Monitoring and evaluation fellow- rwanda

Global Health Corps

Job Summary

Oversee the implementation of an efficient and effective process for quantitative and qualitative data collection

  • Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
  • Experience Level: Entry level
  • Experience Length: 2 years

Job Description

Closing date: 16 Jan 2019

Are you interested in using your skill set to make a global impact? Do you want to continue developing as a leader? Apply to be a 2019-2020 Global Health Corps Fellow! Global Health Corps is a leadership development organization that offers a yearlong paid multidisciplinary fellowship for emerging leaders, ages 21-30, through partnership with nonprofits and government agencies on the front lines of health, in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, and the US.

Solid’Africa is scaling significantly in the coming year and will go from supporting 400 vulnerable patients to 1000 in the capital city of Kigali. A key aspect of this growth will involve putting a structured and efficient monitoring and evaluation system in place that will allow the organization to track and assess results as well as provide data based evidence for activities within the Solid’Africa team. The Monitoring and Evaluation Fellow will be responsible for setting up guidelines, systems, and frameworks for an effective monitoring and evaluation system. They will also lead the implementation of this system including roll out and required training for staff members.

The ideal candidate should be excited about creating a new data driven system and have an eye for detail for data analysis and reports. S/he will collaborate closely with the Solid’Africa President and receive all required support, information and access to available resources as needed.

Responsibilities:

Data Flow Management

  • Oversee the implementation of an efficient and effective process for quantitative and qualitative data collection

  • Collaborate with the Solid’Africa team on an efficient and effective process for collecting information on patient employment outcomes and areas for program improvement

  • Analyze data as it pertains to the feedback gathered from the patients and other stakeholders e.g. medical professionals

  • Use information to set up process for preparing quarterly reports, grant proposals, and ad hoc requests from staff and other stakeholders

System Development

  • Propose key indicators and targets in line with the organization's goals

  • Suggest survey tools as necessary, ensuring alignment with the organization’s goals and objectives

  • Develop strategic frameworks (e.g. logic models) for proposals, work plans, and other projects

  • Develop grant and project-specific tools and processes to track outputs and outcomes, including tools such as pre/post surveys and other assessments, as needed

Reporting and Compliance

  • Develop and implement long term tracking systems and processes for the organization

  • Ensure compliance with grant and donor monitoring and evaluation requirements

  • Develop systems and processes for knowledge management; disseminate key data points, success stories, and lessons learned in order to inform decision making and organizational learning

Skills and Experience:

Items indicated with an asterisk (*) are required

  • Bachelor's degree*

  • Preferred: Master’s degree

  • At least two years of experience in quantitative or qualitative data analysis, ideally for monitoring and evaluation*

  • Significant professional experience in programming Microsoft Excel databases*

  • Experience analyzing data and producing reports using STATA, SAS, SPSS, R, or other statistical software*

  • The ideal candidate will have succeeded in a high-performing organization and be eager to apply best practices*

  • Experience leading trainings or workshops, which will translate to teaching staff to use the Solid’Africa database management software and processes

  • Excellent self-management and organizational skills, demonstrated by the ability to research, plan, and execute projects with effectiveness and a high level of ownership and accountability

  • Self-motivated, information driven individual who is flexible and hard working

  • Creative self-starter who is able to apply their skills and experience to create efficient systems and processes for a growing organization

  • Strong teamwork and collaboration

  • Demonstrated maturity and professionalism to be able to handle and respect sensitive and confidential information both during and after the fellowship period

Fellows receive the following benefits:

  • Monthly living and utilities stipend

  • Housing

  • Health insurance

  • A professional development grant of $600 and completion award of $1500

  • Travel coverage to and from placement site, all trainings, and retreats

HOW TO APPLY:

How to Apply: Click to "Apply to the Role" here: https://ghcorps.org/monitoring-and-evaluation-fellow-r10-int/

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