Job Vacancy at MUHAS - Monitoring and Evaluation Officer 2022

Job Vacancy at MUHAS - Monitoring and Evaluation Officer 2022

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Job Vacancy at MUHAS - Monitoring and Evaluation Officer 2022

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer  


Full Time


Dar es Salaam


MUHAS


The Global HOPE-MUHAS Pediatric Haematology and Oncology Program (Global HOPE- MUHAS PHO) is a program that aims at building capacity in Paediatric Haematology and Oncology in Tanzania through training, provision of evidence-based medical care and research. As part of the implementation of its activities, the Global HOPE-MUHAS PHO is seeking to hire staff to work with the program. The program is therefore looking for enthusiastic and energetic individuals to apply for the following vacant position.


Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – 1 post


Reporting to: Program Director Global HOPE-MUHAS PHO Program Work Station: Muhimbili University of Health and Allied 


Sciences Qualification:


Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Computer Science/ Information Technology or (a community- based course or public health- Nurse/Doctor) plus specialized training in data management, analysis and interpretation or other relevant academic backgrounds.


– At least of 1-2 years of working experience in health/medical data management.


The following is preferred: Master’s degree in MPH or Diploma in epidemiology


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Collaborates with Program Leadership and internal / external stakeholders in the development of a data collection framework for the program.
  • Develop key performance indicators to track program’s outputs and outcomes.
  • Design and implement a data collection system and methodology to properly document and capture program progress.
  • Develop standardized data collection tools to collect data as needed by the program.
  • Updates data collection framework as needed.
  • Updates records with data clerks and backs up database
  • Implements and participates in program evaluations and surveys, analyzes and interprets the data collected using M&E tools, evaluates information and recommends strategies to increase program performance and results.
  • Analyzes program data, output and outcomes.
  • In Collaboration with M&E Program Leadership, develops quality control processes, prepares data system implementation measurement and evaluation.
  • Participates in the PHO Services’ quality improvement projects
  • Conducts ongoing review of administrative, educational, medical and research records, metrics and verifies the accuracy of reported data into databases /M&E systems.
  • Reviews metrics to assure project progress is accomplished toward specifically-intended objectives and carries out investigations of indicators failing to meet targets and suggests appropriate corrective and preventative actions to management
  • Formulates testing and piloting of new processes and systems.
  • Reviews records, metrics and assessments to assure project progress is accomplished toward specifically-intended objectives
  • Formulates testing and piloting of new processes and systems
  • Regularly shares M&E outputs and outcomes with program staff and primary stakeholders
  • Develops strategic communications (e.g. presentations, dashboards, reports,) for administrative Leadership and physician leadership pertaining to analysis of the Programs investment and operations.
  • Coordinates with Program Leadership in submission of monthly/quarterly reports in a timely manner to key stakeholders/donors
  • Submits compiled reports periodically or on-request to the Program Director.
  • Documents lessons learned and best practices.


How to Apply:


If you are interested and you have the qualifications, please submit your Academic Certificates, application letter describing why you are the right candidate for this position, curriculum vitae detailing your experience and current place of employment to the following address; –


Director, Global HOPE-MUHAS Paediatric Haematology and Oncology Program


Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences


CHPE Building, 3rd Floor, 9 Upanga West, United Nations Road, Upanga


OR submit documents via email to Lulu.Chirande@bcm.edu, CC: Alice.Mutagonda@bcm.edu


Deadline for submission of the Applications: Two weeks from the date it Appeared/Posted on the website


GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR ALL POSTS


(i) Applicants shall make sure they take into consideration all information given in this advertisement and attach an up to date Curriculum Vitae (CV) including a reliable contact Postal address, email address and telephone numbers.


(ii) The title of the position applied for shall be written in the subject of the application letter and marked on the envelope.


(iii) Applicants must attach their relevant certified copies of Academic certificates and transcripts as follows: –


 (a) Medical Degree

 (b) Successful completion of medical internship 

(c) Registration as medical practitioner with the country’s local licensing authority

 (d) Form IV and Form VI certificates 

(e) Computer Certificates where applicable. 

(f) Professional Certificates from respective councils where applicable.

 (g) One recent passport size picture and copy of birth certificate. 

(h) Form IV and Form VI result slips are strictly not accepted. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will lead to legal action.


(iv)Applicants shall indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.


(v) National Accreditation Council for Technical Education (NACTE) – {Diploma Level} or National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) – {Secondary Education}, should verify certificates from foreign Countries.


(vi) Applicants must consider that their Colleges/Universities are recognized and registered by Government Authorities.


(vii) Only shortlisted candidates will be informed about the date of the interview.

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