Basic Salary Scale: As provided for by the Salaries and Remunerations Commission
For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have: –
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.CH.B) from a recognized institution, recognized by Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board;
Masters in medicine (MMED) – Orthopedic surgery from a recognized institution;
Served for a Minimum of three (3) years’ at Job Group ‘P’ or an equivalent similar position;
Registered with Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board;
Valid practicing license from Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board; and,
Certificate in Strategic Leadership Development Programme lasting not less than 6 weeks from a recognized institution
Teaching and supervision of interns and other health workers;
Provide in-patient and out-patient services to new born children and adolescents;
Analyzing medical reports;
Undertaking health research;
Carrying out forensic and medico-legal services;
Performing medical and surgical procedures;
Undertaking general diagnosis, care, treatment and rehabilitation of patients;
Coordinating disease surveillance; prevention and control;
Carrying out forensic;
Carrying out specialized clinical care;
Providing psycho-social interventions;
Providing clinical services to patients;
Maintaining up to date health information systems;
Preparing and responding to emergencies and disasters; and,
Assist in the policy
How to Apply
All applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope and addressed to:
The Secretary/CEO County Public Service Board
Private Bag VOI
OR Hand delivered at the County Public Service Board Office’s.
The applications with copies of academic, professional and Chapter six clearance certificates and other testimonials should reach the County Public Service Board on or before Thursday, 21st October 2021.
Warning: Beware of fraudsters! The Taita Taveta County Public Service Board does not charge any fees for purposes of processing applications or facilitating interviews. In case of people soliciting for bribes, the same should be reported to the nearest police station.
The Board’s official telephone number remains 0710988455.