Nurse Sexual Reproductive Health Job Medecins Sans Frontieres

Nurse Sexual Reproductive Health Job Medecins Sans Frontieres

Nurse Sexual Reproductive Health Job, Current Nursing Jobs In Kenya,

The objective of the Position:

  • Provide Medical Treatment & Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) services to patients and Sexual Violence/Intimate Partner Violence (SV/IPV) survivors within the scope of his/her medical competencies. Referring patients with conditions falling beyond his/her competencies, to guarantee quality and efficiency of the service provided. This will be done by the context, MSF Medical protocols, procedures, and universal hygiene standards/precautions, to ensure the quality and continuity of patient-centeredness care for the targeted population.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Offering the full spectrum of comprehensive clinical SRH services and procedures in the SRH unit according to medical and MSF protocols and guidelines.
  • Provision of reproductive health education and counseling in line with patient needs and situational context.
  • Carry out care, treatment, and medical procedures in the SRH & SGBV unit according to medical protocols and guidelines (including STI prophylaxis and treatment).
  • Identify Sexual Gender Based Violence victims and attend to their medical needs by adhering to survivor-centered principles.
  • Knows and is aware of the importance and appropriate use of the Pre- PreExposure prophylaxis (PrEP) & Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Kit.
  • Participate in the response to Mass Casualty incidents and other Medical Emergencies. (Ensure triage of patients in waiting areas and during emergencies, detecting the priority acute/emergency cases, carrying out pre-hospital care & stabilization)
  • Know, promote, implement, and follow at all times the universal hygiene standards/ precautions, bio-hazard prevention, infection control, security rules, and other protocols and procedures in the medical premises and ensure high standards of hygiene in his/her working environment.
  • Participate in department-related pharmacy and medical equipment control and maintenance (Weekly orders of drugs and supplies, carrying out inventories, carrying out stock takes of medicines and material at every team changeover, ensuring no material is taken out of consultation rooms without prior authorization, checking its quality and its functioning, storage conditions, doing follow-up of expired drugs, etc.).
  • Carry out administrative procedures and documents (fill in patient’s files, forms, consumptions, statistics, etc.), ensure an appropriate written/oral handover, and report any problematic situations and cases that may arise. fill in all necessary registers and health files, participate in data collection, and keep doctors/supervisors informed. Also responsible for complete patient documentation and communication.
  • Respect and ensure medical confidentiality and professionalism.
  • Fills out all the required data tools and clinic registers
  • Assists in the training of other staff, and takes part in CMEs and other learning initiatives.
  • To participate in any other project activities as will be required and provide input to the department.

Qualifications & Requirements:


  • Bachelor’s degree/Diploma in Nursing with training in Sexual Reproductive Health and/or Counselling.


  • Minimum 2 years of demonstrable working experience in providing a comprehensive SRH service package. Previous experience in offering comprehensive SGBV care is an added advantage.


  • Essential local languages Kiswahili and English


  • Adherence to MSF principles; Results and detail-oriented, service, team player, committed, passionate about SRH.
  • Applicants MUST be Kenyan nationals and have the necessary statutory documents (ID, NSSF, NHIF, and a PIN certificate)

How To Apply

Candidates meeting the above qualifications are requested to submit a motivation letter attached to an updated Curriculum Vitae as a single PDF document mentioning the subject line “Nurse Sexual Reproductive Health” and email to: on or before 18th January 2024.