The APIN Public Health Initiative seeks to recruit qualified individuals to fill key positions required for program implementation. APIN offers professionals opportunities for career advancement, a good working environment, and competitive remuneration. The APIN Public Health Initiative is seeking a qualified and suitable candidate to fill the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Officer job.
Duration of Contract: 4 months fixed term
Project: Global Fund_HIV- KP
Job reference code: GFMEKANO2
Reporting to the M&E Manager at the Head Office, the desired candidates will work with the CBO’s M&E Officers to support the implementation of robust monitoring and evaluation systems at all program sites.
S/He will support the development and tracking of the M&E work plan for the Global Fund grant and implement capacity building plan for the CBOs in collaboration with the state governments.
S/He will provide technical assistance to CBOs in setting up and maintaining M&E systems (collection, analysis, reporting, and use of output data for program improvement).
S/He will conduct timely review and analysis of CBO level data and provide a monthly report to the M&E Officer at HQ
Qualifications and Experience:
Must possess a first degree in Behavioural/Social Sciences, Public Health, Demography, Biostatistics, Statistics, or relevant field.
A Master’s degree in public health or a related field will be of added advantage.
Must have a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in the field of HIV prevention for KPs (FSW, MSM, TG and PWID)
Knowledge of Global Fund projects, regulations, compliance, and reporting requirements is an added advantage.
Must possess the ability to analyse and interpret both quantitative and qualitative data to inform programming.
Must have intermediate knowledge of SPSS or STATA or knowledge of DHIS, MS-Access or other compatible database software will be of added advantage.
Must have experience conducting monitoring visits, utilising checklists, and other tools, including the ability to develop M&E tools as needed.
How to apply
Interested and eligible persons send their applications to this dedicated email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants will be required to attach a CV with a suitability statement that states that their skills, knowledge, and experience suit them, and indicate a job reference code.
Applicability details should not exceed one page and appear on the first page of the CV, which includes a document.
The job reference code is an important requirement and no application that conforms to this directive will be considered.
This job closes on August 14, 2020. Late applications will not be considered and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.