KEMRI Community Interviewer Recruitment 2022

Kenya Medical Research Institute wants to recruit 6 Community Interviewers. If you are the right candidate for this post, you should download the advertisement on KEMRI Recruitment Portal.


For the recruitment of Kemri Community Interviewer posts, you should send your application to by 25th August.


Kemri Job Details


Position: Community Interviewer

No. of position: 06

Reports to: Research Administrator

Location: Alego Usonga and Rarieda Sub Counties


The eligibility and criteria of this post are given below so that you can check your eligibility.


Requirements for Kemri Community Interviewer Jobs


  • Secondary Education with a minimum grade of D +(Plus)
  • Good English, Swahili, and Dholuo, both spoken and written.
  • GCP certificate
  • Ability to ride a motorcycle.
  • Knowledge of office computer packages (word, excel, and PowerPoint) or ability to work with smartphones.
  • Experience in data collection using electronic devices e.g smartphones or tablets.
  • Must be able to write brief reports and keep records.
  • Be a resident or willing to live and work in the study area.
  • Experience in working in a cohort study and household survey will be an advantage.
  • Experience in the collection of blood samples is also an added advantage.


Terms of Employment:

Contract as per KEMRI scheme of service. The probation period for the first 3 months.



Compensation is negotiable within a relevant grade, based on educational levels, relevant experience, and demonstrated competency. The salary scheme is based on the KEMRI scales plus supplemental amounts.


Applications should include the following:

  • Letter of Application (indicate vacancy number)
  • 2 letters of reference
  • Current Resume or CV, with names and contact information.
  • Copies of Certificates or transcripts


How to apply

All the applications are to be done their applications through KEMRI Recruitment Portal on or before August 25, 2022, latest 5.00 p.m.


Please visit the KEMRI website for more details on the advertisement.


Program Description:

The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) will be conducting a large community-based study on Attractive Targeted Sugar Bait (ATSB) aimed at reducing the malaria burden in western Kenya.


The 3-year project is part of a larger international ATSB consortium involving three countries in Africa, and international partners in the UK and USA. As part of this effort, KEMRI is searching for community interviewers for the cohort study, a component of the ATSB trial.

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