Position Title: HHA Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator
Function: Business Analytics
Reporting To: Associate Director, MEL
Based in: Addis Ababa
Duration of contract: Indefinite based on performance and availability of funds
Remuneration: As per organization pay scale plus other PSI/Ethiopia staff benefits.
Who we are?
We’re Population Services International (PSI), the world’s leading non‐profit social marketing organization. We work to make it easier for people in the developing world to lead healthier lives and plan the families they desire by marketing affordable products and services that range from mosquito nets to contraceptives to HIV testing. We are a $560m enterprise based in Washington, DC, operating in the private and public sectors in more than 65 countries.
There are over 9,000 “PSI’ers” around the world. It’s a diverse group of entrepreneurs and professionals with an unusually wide range of backgrounds – from the medical industry to the music business – all with unique skills we bring to the job.
PSI/Ethiopia wants reimagine healthcare, put the consumer at the center, and whenever possible, bring quality care to the front door. We achieve health impact in Ethiopia by working with both government and private partners and harvesting technology innovation to bring quality care closer to communities, schools, and homes. We empower consumers by including them in the design of healthcare solutions, offering them more healthcare choices, and helping them to have a voice in influencing national priorities. We work with all market actors in the health system to understand their needs, designing and delivering solutions so that market systems can sustainably serve consumers for the long term, helping to support the Government of Ethiopia in achieving Universal Health Coverage.
We are looking for a motivated Monitoring and Evaluation coordinator to ensure quality data collection, analysis and use at regional level, under Non communicable disease department HHA (health Hear Africa) project. The ideal candidates have matured experience on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and are familiar with any evidence use for decision making approach; proactive and energetic, the M & E Coordinators will work very closely with health facilities, ministry of health and government office to build their capacity on M&E and ensure that data are used to continuously improve performances.
Key Result Areas:
- Data and insight quality (e.g., compliance with data quality audits, DQA score)
- Adoption and utilization of MEL (e.g., health facilities performance and data use)
- MEL support and capacity building (e.g., Number of support and supervision visits)
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
- Carryout all regular programmatic data collection, data cleaning, data compilation, and data submission to the Sr. NCD Project Manager and Sr. M&E Manager at Head Office;
- Ensure timely submission of data by PSI/E HHA regional staffs in accordance with national guidelines;
- Support the deployment and correct utilization of innovative electronic data capture systems and protocols such as DHIS2;
- Collect, compile and analyze event activity reports conducted in the project’s supported towns and facilities.
- Lead all programmatic data archiving and filing for PSI/E at the Head Office level;
- Provide trainings, capacity building and technical support to PSI/E HHA Project Coordinators, health facility NCD focal persons & HCPs, town health office NCD focal persons / regional NCD focal persons and other partners;
- Support PSI/E regional staffs, regional health bureau/town health office structures with joint supportive supervision of data collection and data compilation activities;
- Support the planning and execution of joint supportive supervision and data quality audits;
- Support the regional/corridor work plan development and monitoring activities;
- Provide PSI/E’s regional staff with routine data analysis and feedback;
- Ensure timely submission of data by PSI/E HHA Project Coordinators and health facility NCD focal persons;
- Regularly conduct data quality assurance in HHA supported facilities, and document the findings of DQA and follow up the progress based on the feedback.
- Regularly update data on PSI DHISD2 system, share analysis and dashboard with program staffs in consultation with MIS unit.
- Lead the program performance quarter and annual review meetings, liaise with government office for annual program evaluation.
- Perform any other related activities as assigned by immediate supervisor.
- Coordinate with program teams to review indicator updates on a monthly basis. Generate reports using different data visualizations (tables/graphs/reports) from the databases at regular intervals, ensuring reports/information are available for program implementation staff as required.
- BSc/BA in Public Health, health informatics, Statistics, Population Studies, Economics or related field
- 4 years of experience in relevant work
What would get us excited?
- Computer application skills
- Experience in conducting trainings on M&E systems and procedures
- Willingness to travel up to 25% time away from central office
- Ability to follow deadlines, accuracy and attention to detail
How to Apply
Are you intrigued? Apply!
By following our 3 steps application process:
- Fill out the application form using the following link: Online Application Form . It will only take 5 to 10 minutes.
- Send your CV and application letter to email@example.com clearly mark “ Application for HHA Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator Position ” in the subject line.
- Check your email and make sure you receive an automatic response acknowledging receipt of your application that means your application was successful. If you don’t receive the automatic response, check again your subject line and if needed, re-submit your CV and application letter with the correct subject.
Application deadline August 15, 2019 . We’ll call or e-mail you back if there is a good fit on both sides.
PSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.