Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: CeSHHAR Zimbabwe
Deadline: 20 March 2020 (4:30pm)
CeSHHAR Zimbabwe is an organization that specializes in sexual health, HIV and AIDS research in Zimbabwe. The organization is implementing a National Sex Work Programme behalf of and in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Child Care and the National AIDS Council with the aim of reducing HIV acquisition and transmission among female, male and transgender sex workers thereby reducing HIV transmission and acquisition to and from their clients. Low consistent condom use, risk of drug use and increasing transactional sex are some of the common reasons that put these key populations at risk of acquiring STI and HIV infection. Therefore, reaching these populations and increasing awareness and access to STI & HIV prevention, testing and treatment services are fundamental to reducing transmission of STI and HIV infections.
Scope of Work
KPIF Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer oversees the development, standardization and implementation of M&E systems for the National KP Programme to help capture programme performance across sex work clinics in Zimbabwe.
Specific duties include
Facilitates and provides technical assistance to CeSHHAR on the development of a comprehensive KP M&E Framework including the Results Framework aligned to the National HIV M&E Framework: Supports the development and implementation of the sex work DHIS2 referral tracking system with partners across the border ; Supports CeSHHAR in the development, pretesting and finalization of M&E tools for the sex work Programme, in liaison with KP programme teams and data departments; Coordinates the documentation of DHIS2 systems-related challenges and engages MIS team for trouble shooting; Supports CeSHHAR M&E personnel to develop M&E plan, standard operating procedures and data quality control protocols for KPIF; Supports the roll out of the KP M&E Framework, M&E Plan, data collection tools, Data Quality SOPs, DHIS2 database to provincial, district and site levels. Provides field support to ensure a good understanding and implementation of any newly designed or revised instructions or standard operating procedures on data collection, verification, and quality control; Strengthens integration of KP indicators into national M&E systems.
Qualifications and experience
Degree in Biostatistics, Social Sciences, Public Health or other relevant field; M&E qualification from a recognized institution is an added advantage. Computer skills and experience with STATA, Access and spreadsheets. Ability to use health-related management information systems, including DHIS2. At least 3 years’ experience with field monitoring of health projects in different districts within Zimbabwe. Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds. Demonstrated experience, knowledge and sensitivity working with KP individuals and communities. At least 2 years of clean class 4 driver’s license and ability to travel long distances.
If you are interested in the above position please email your CV and application cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org Indicate the position and duty station you are applying for in the subject line. Only short listed applicants will be contacted.