Title of Position: Program Officer – Third Party Monitoring (TPM)

Reporting to: Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Advisor

Responsibilities

  • The Program Officer will assist the Third Party Monitoring (TPM) team (Program Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor and National Family Planning Expert) to co-ordinate day-to-day activities of the project.
  • Participate in the recruitment and supervision of data collectors and enumerators in each county of data collection
  • Prepare for the training of data collectors and support the TPM team in training – prepare training materials, organize logistics related to training venue, trainers, transport reimbursement
  • Supervise collection of quantitative data at health facilities in various
  • Conduct structured key informant interviews at the health facility level and at the county
  • Routine data assessment for quality, completeness and accuracy, and provide feedback to data collectors in order to improve the quality of data
  • Support the MEAL advisor to conduct quarterly analyses of data and to prepare reports from data collection.
  • Support in ensuring organizational data protection guidelines are adhered to during all monitoring, evaluation and research implementation and dissemination
  • Prepare quarterly reports on the status of project activities summarizing accomplished activities, problems encountered and solutions identified;
  • Assist in the development of monitoring and evaluation systems of project activities;
  • Report on the different relationships of field activities: resources used v. results realized; results v. expected outcome; overall impact (v. objectives).
  • Facilitate learning through a variety of delivery methods including classroom instruction, virtual training, and on-the-job
  • Support in developing a risk management plan for the project identifying potential risks and mitigation strategies.
  • Maintain project staff training records.
  • Facilitate field activities during training and during data collection.

Qualifications

  • Formal Education: Bachelor’s degree in health information management, health sciences, social sciences, or statistics.
  • Experience in monitoring and
  • Experience in data analyses using STATA and/or R is a big added advantage
  • 3 Years working experience in community related
  • Experience in working at county and sub-county
  • Experience with monitoring data collection using mobile phone technology(ODK)
  • Good interpersonal and communication
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and over long

How to apply

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