Develop short and medium term strategic plan for ICU. Ensure quality clinical services within the ICU. Create and sustain a high quality inter-disciplinary education environment within the ICU. Advance research opportunities in critical care that has impact locally and regionally. Develop and implement an inter-disciplinary fellowship programme in Critical Care Medicine. Provide leadership in review and development of appropriate policies and procedures for the patients’ health care in keeping with best practice. Provide direct clinical services and academic activities, maintaining clinical competence through practice and professional development.
The ideal candidate should have Master of Medicine or equivalent with fellowship training in critical care medicine and a minimum of five years’ work experience in an academic setting. Academic appointment must be at a Senior Lecturer level or higher. The candidate must be registered or eligible for registration by the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board.