Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning & data advisor
Haut Katanga ou Kasaï Oriental
Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning & data advisor
Title : Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning & data advisor
Location : Haut Katanga or Kasaï Oriental
PATH is a global nonprofit dedicated to achieving health equity. With more than 40 years of experience forging multisector partnerships, and with expertise in science, economics, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales up innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing health challenges.
Through USAID’s MOMENTUM Routine Immunization Transformation and Equity Consortium, the PATH DRC office was awarded funds in 2020 to conduct an assessment of the major challenges and bottlenecks to routine immunization at the subnational levels. These findings informed the development of a workplan to implement strategies that focus on putting people at the center while introducing and testing targeted interventions to foster resilient systems and communities, engage local partners, and improve quality and use of data. The overall goal of M-RITE is to support DRC’s Ministry of Health to improve the equitable coverage of childhood vaccines and reach zero-dose children and missed communities.
For this work, the PATH DRC office is seeking two Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, and Data Advisors to provide technical assistance to provincial and health zone-level stakeholders in Haut Katanga and Kasai Oriental and lead project M&E in the provinces. The Monitoring and Data advisor will be responsible for implementing reliable monitoring / evaluation mechanisms to measure performance against anticipated results, document learning, and support programmatic adaptation for improved performance. The M&E and data advisor will collaborate with all MRITE staff (to varying degrees) and externally, with Ministry of Health services and implementing partners in the field, to meet MRITE's expectations.
Main responsibilities will include:
- Participate in the establishment of standards, tools, and processes for the management of the project’s MEL approach
- Set up data collection systems and mechanisms to support implementation of USAID’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Plan for routine immunization activities.
- Manage data reporting system and technically assist the Project Manager in the presentation of reports to Partners and Donor.
- Regularly look at and discuss project data to support its use in planning and implementation
- Implement M-RITE learning agenda by supporting documentation and synthesis of emerging evidence and occasional rapid evaluation approaches
- Lead internal approach to adaptive learning by facilitating pause and reflect sessions, after-action reviews, and other approaches to help the project adapt based on implementation experience
- Support the implementation of adaptive learning approaches as part of M-RITE’s support to the immunization program
- Support the training of PEV antennes data manager in the analysis and use of immunization data (with a focus on the contents of DHIS2)
- Support the organization of monthly immunization performance review meetings in the PEV antennes
- Bachelor’s degree in public health, Statistics, Demography, Social Sciences or Equivalent
- Professional experience of at least (03) three years in a similar position, in monitoring and evaluation as well as health information management.
- Mastery of the national health information monitoring system as well as experience in immunization.
- Skills in data quality assurance methods and data analysis and use
- Experience in research methods and translating data and evidence to program and policy change
- Excellent writing and communication skills.
- Skills in planning and monitoring activities, (can be able to organize work).
- Autonomy, sense of initiative and anticipation, good ability to solve problems.
- Computer skills (World software, Excel, PowerPoint, and other specific software, including internet browsing and various Office applications).
- Be able to work in a team within a "multidisciplinary team and to work in a multicultural context.
- Ability to work under pressure.
- Have a global knowledge of donor rules and particularly the knowledge and operation of USAID.
- Having a perfect knowledge of French, English is an asset.
- Be able to travel within MRITE’s provinces of intervention up to 50%
- The incumbent will be based in Haut Katanga or Kasai Oriental.
Must have legal authorization to work in DRC
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