The appointee must have completed a structured postgraduate training program in Medical Oncology from a reputable institution and possess exit board certification such FCPS, American Boards, CCST (UK) or equivalent in the specialty of Medical Oncology. The qualification should also meet the registration criteria with Kenya Medical Practitioners’ & Dentists Board as a specialist. Candidates should have independent clinical experience as medical oncologist of at least 2 years post exit qualification. Candidate should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated ability to lead a multi-disciplinary team. Applicants with scholarly contributions to research, teaching and publications shall be preferred.
Successful applicants will join a growing and dynamic department committed to advancing best practice in their discipline, expanding services that meet quality and patient service needs within an internationally accredited university hospital with outstanding diagnostic services. Successful applicants will develop their academic career in teaching and research. In education there is a focus on resident training and the development of fellowship programmes and planned introduction of undergraduate training.