Youth Clinic Manager Job Vacancy in Kenya

Médecins Sans Frontières 

Position Title: Youth Clinic Manager

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an independent international medical humanitarian organization providing assistance to people affected by armed conflicts, epidemics, natural or non-natural disasters, or persons excluded from access to health care. The organization has health projects in more than 68 countries.

MSF France Mathare project is looking to fill the position of a Youth Clinic Manager . The successful candidate reports to the Medical Team Leader.

MSF France has had a significant presence in Kenya since 1996. In Mathare Lavender House Clinic, MSF runs a 24-hour SGBV Clinic for victims of sexual and gender-based violence and an Emergency program that provides pre-hospital care and trauma/medical stabilization. We also have a clinic in Dandora offering youth-friendly services to those between the ages of 10 to 24 years. All our services are free including a toll-free hotline.

Objective of the Position:

The Youth Clinic Manger is responsible for defining, coordinating and monitoring all the activities of the Dandora Youth Friendly Centre (YFC) ac-cording to MSF principles, protocols and standards and in line with the national guidelines for Adolescents and Youth Friendly Services (AYFS) in order to provide safe, friendly space in the YFC, where adolescent can freely interact and seek the different services.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Actively identifying the needs of the adolescents and youth in the catchment area and participating in defining appropriate strategies, objectives, specific actions and budget for both medical and social activities of the Youth Friendly Centre including outreach activities.
  • Supervising all the Youth Friendly Centre activities, in and outside the centre.
  • In close collaboration with the Data supervisor, PC, MTL/MAM and the IECHP manager, identifying indicators in order to monitor the activities’ results and achievements (medical & social) and using the concrete tools to measure and follow up those indicators.
  • Ensure adherence to the principles of youth friendly services according to the Kenya national guidelines for Adolescents and Youth Friendly Services (AYFS).
  • Promoting the youth/community participatory approach as a main pillar of the Youth friendly services.
  • Ensuring adherence to the agreed medical guidelines (MSF/MOH) and to the medical objectives of the project.
  • Refining of the tools used to monitor the standards of the Youth Friendly Center (Qualitative indicators) e.g. satisfactory surveys and other youth/community feedback mechanisms.
  • Supporting in designing and development of additional youth tailored IEC materials (posters, leaflets, multimedia content, etc.).
  • Mapping of partners involved in Youth targeted activities who can collaborate with MSF towards more holistic services, building cooperative relationships and identifying opportunities for synergies and joint advocacy
  • Planning and supervising the HR/Fin procedures (recruitment, training, evaluation, Learning & development, internal communication and cash box management) in accordance with MSF vision, values and procedures.
  • Ensuring regular collaboration and coordination with the other MSF managers and supervisors and attending the project’s fortnightly manager’s meeting.
  • Participating in the monthly reports according to guidelines (Sit Reps, statistical reports, etc.), and timely reporting complex situations to the Med Ref and/or Project Coordinator in order to help with decision making.
  • Participating in updating the security risk analysis as needed and play the role of the focal person for security follow up in the YFC, he or she is responsible to timely report security incidents to the Project Coordinator


Essential: University degree in social sciences, social communication, health promotion or related studies. or related fields.


Essential : 4 years of previous work experience in related jobs (health promotion, project coordination, social research) with MSF or other NGOs.

Desirable : 2 years of experience in working in youth/ community participatory programs is an added value.


Fluent in English and Swahili


People management, Commitment, Flexibility, Results oriented and Teamwork.

How to apply

Candidates meeting the above qualifications are requested to submit a motivation letter and an updated Curriculum Vitae as a single file mentioning on the subject line “Youth Clinic Manager” to Email: on or before 01st December 2023