Deadline: 30 November, 2020
Location: Eastern Cape, South Africa
AQUITY Innovations is seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Monitoring and Evaluations Officer.
AQUITY Innovations is a South Africa-based not-for-profit organisation established in 2010. The organisation’s mission is to promote access to quality health and social services through innovations and technology.
- Establish strong working relationships with key managers dealing with monitoring and evaluation/information management and programme supported to facilitate effective collaboration and communication
- Contribute to the improvement of health information systems (HIS), monitoring and evaluation activities, data quality with the provincial DoH
- Assist in preparing monthly, quarterly and annual programmatic performance reports
- Participate in/or coordinate the timely collection and analysis of all supported programme performance data, document best practices, trends and success stories
- Strengthen facility’s capacity to analyse and use data for decision making
- Contribute and provide support to research studies planned by the project
- Participate in meetings and workshops related to health information/monitoring and evaluation in the facilities and report on progress of activities
- Provide inputs for the monthly and annual project performance reports
- Degree in Public Health, Social Statistics, Information or a related field
- Three years, minimum, of experience in monitoring and evaluation with substantial experience in public health and monitoring and evaluation capacity building
- Good understanding of public health programmes, specifically tuberculosis
- Familiarity with national tuberculosis electronic reporting systems
- Working knowledge of the new national indicator data set (NIDS)
- Experience in performing data analysis and interpreting results correctly
- Strong computer skills, particularly in spreadsheets
- Valid driver’s licence and own vehicle will be a plus
To apply and for more information, click here.
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