To support coordination of research projects as part of the National Hypertension and Diabetes Survey (NAHENDA) study; working closely with study investigators to deliver high quality research. The general aim of this study is to determine the magnitude, associated risk factors and epidemiology of diabetes and hypertension in Kenya and includes a cost-effectiveness analysis of diagnostic strategies for these two diseases. This specific role is for a separate body work nested within this study that is aimed at qualitatively assessing the health system’s performance in the response to diabetes mellitus and hypertension using three counties as case studies. An Assistant Research Officer is needed primarily to play key role in data collection, analysis and writing up, with support from a wider group of health economists and health systems researchers. The data collection will include acquiring quantitative data required to determine effective coverage, enrich and validate the qualitative data and for the cost-effectiveness analysis. The position requires competency in qualitative research, some experience in quantitative research, and a good knowledge of heath systems would be useful.