PCEA Chogoria Hospital was established in 1922 and serves as a referral and teaching hospital. It has a 295 bed capacity that focuses on the provision of Curative, Preventive and Promotive Health Care services in the greater Meru, Embu and as far as Isiolo and Marsabit Counties.

We are seeking to fill the following position:


Position Summary: Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Internal Auditor’s main responsibility is to add value and improve the Hospital’s operation by bringing a systematic and disciplined approach to the effectiveness of risk management and control processes.

Duties & Responsibilities.

  • Preparation of annual Audit plans for hospital activities
  • Preparation of periodic Internal Audit reports
  • Reviewing of Internal controls and making recommendations to the Director for Board approval
  • Follow up of external Auditors recommendations
  • Providing support and guidelines to management on how to handle new opportunities
  • Perform independent audits within the Hospital concentrating on high risk areas.
  • Assess the systems laid down to ensure that they are compliant with statutory regulations
  • Identify problems and recommend remedial actions and best practices
  • Issuing reports on findings of audits which highlight issues and potential impacts on business
  • Ensure timely implementation of audit recommendations and corrective actions
  • Carry out account and record reconciliations and other related records in operations and  finance
  • Carry out impromptu physical cash verifications
  • Conducting regular physical stock verifications
  • Conducting any other audit assignments as directed by Management

Minimum Qualifications and Skills.

  • Minimum Business related degree preferably B.Com , Business Administration or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution
  • CPA (K) and a member of professional body
  • Sound commercial knowledge of Hospital operations and processes
  • Experience in preparing audit reports an added advantage
  • Good computer and communication skills

Required Skills and competencies.

  • Strong leadership, analytical and organizational skills
  • Demonstrates ability to work both independently and within a team
  • Excellent problem solving capacity with demonstrated ability for considerable analysis and sound judgment to find solutions in a complex environment with shifting and competing priorities
  • Personal attributes: integrity, honesty, ethics and integrity, self –motivated and strong interpersonal skills.
  • Executive disposition, and demonstrate high levels of integrity
  • Ability to develop long term integrated and cross-functional operational plans
  • Ability to operationalize strategy into action for the function
  • Business/Financial acumen, business savvy, innovative
  • Excellent Organizing and planning skills



Position Summary: Reporting to Head of Medicine Section, the RCO – Oncology will be responsible for promoting and offering high standards of professional clinical services to patients diagnosed with cancer.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Monitor cancer diagnosed patients and prescribe the required medication.
  • Establish a compassionate environment by providing clinical care services, emotional psychological and spiritual support to patients, friends and families.
  • Promotes patients independence by establishing patient care goals, teaching patients, friends and family  to understand medications and self care skills
  • Develop patient care plans
  • Develop system management protocols 

Required Academic and Professional Qualifications

  • Must have a Diploma in Clinical medicine and surgery from a recognized institution
  • Must have a Higher Diploma in Clinical Oncology from a recognized institution
  • Must be registered by the Clinical Officers Council and the license should be valid.
  • Training in ACLS AND ATLS will be an added advantage.
  • Over 1 year work experience an added advantage
  • Have a certificate in any computer application from a recognized institution



Position Summary: Reporting to the Principal, the Nurse Tutor is responsible for delivery of high quality instruction to students, in line with various regulatory bodies and Clive Irvine College of Health Science standards.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provide theoretical and clinical instruction to students to ensure acquisition of all domain of competency
  • Evaluate academic progress of students, record findings and devise action plans where necessary.
  • Develop and review curriculum in line with Nursing Council requirements
  • Conduct student evaluation (theory and practical) to monitor academic progress.
  • Maintain clinical competency by regular clinical practice and take responsibility for own professional development.
  • Participate in continuous quality improvement, clinical audit and research.
  • Ensure proper management of consumables to maximize efficiency and cost control.
  • Manage the relationship with all key stakeholders both internally and externally and maintain appropriate communication with them.
  • Perform any other duty that may be assigned by the supervisor or the Hospital Management in the best interest of the institution

Academic and professional Qualifications for the Position

  • Minimum of BSC. Nursing/ DAN
  • Must be registered by the Nursing Council Kenya
  • Current & up to date practicing license from the Nursing Council of Kenya
  • A high degree of computer literacy and demonstrated ability to integrate technology into the learning environment and teaching methodology
  • Research and development skills an advantage
  • Have current knowledge of industry practices, trends and issues (specific knowledge with regards to healthcare services and related education)
  • Being registered with CDAC/TVETA will be an added advantage 

Soft Skills required for the positions

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a demonstrated competency to interact with people at all levels of the organization.
  • Superior interpersonal skills and team work 
  • High degree of professionalism and ethics
  • High levels of integrity & respect for cultural diversity



  • Due to the volumes of applications, only soft copy applications will be accepted. Hard copy applications will not be accepted
  • Only candidates short-listed for interview will be contacted.
  • We do not charge any fee for receiving CV’s or for interviewing.
  • All communications will be through the official line and email
  • PCEA Chogoria Hospital is an equal opportunity employer
  • Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification

Candidates who meet above minimum requirements are requested to submit their applications and enclosing their detailed CV (with 3 referees), certificates, testimonials (including a letter from local Church Minister) so as to reach the Chief Executive Officer by 4 p.m on Friday 10th June 2022.

P.O. Box 35 – 60401

254 20 5146700
254 734 192 208
254 713 656 186