University Research Co Jobs : Data Demand Information Use Manager


The URC Quality & Performance Institute (QPI) is a division of URC which serves as an organizing force to bring together best practices, staff experience, partnerships, and documentation on improving health care at URC. URC is currently seeking for a Monitoring & Evaluation/Data Demand Information Use (DDIU) Manager, for an upcoming USAID/ Kenya- HIV Service Delivery Support Activity (HSDSA) Program.

The overall goal of this activity is to increase access and coverage for HIV prevention, care and treatment services towards achieving the ’90-90-90′ targets.

Qualified applicants can also send a cover letter and detailed curriculum vitae indicating present employer, and position, daytime telephone number, current salary, names and addresses of three work related referees to [email protected]

The closing date for submitting applications is 6th January, 2017.

Job Responsibilities

  • The DDIU Manager will drive the DDIU agenda of the grant
  • Develop DDIU templates as needed by the M&E, Technical and County teams
  • Work with project team, county-level partner management teams and facility level teams to institutionalize DDIU tools, training curricula and approaches.
  • Work across results areas to incorporate data use activities at project, management, facility/services, and community/advocacy levels.
  • Ensure DDIU Trend analysis are routinely / quarterly disseminated and encourage use of them at both country and LPTF levels
  • Train LPTF staff and LPs in DDIU basic trend analysis /updating trends
  • Synthesize reports of progress against the Log Frame indicators and targets.
  • Routine analysis of program data in preparation for data summaries for research abstracts and manuscripts.

Job Requirements

  • Advanced Statistics Degree (minimum Masters) in Biostatistics, Statistics, Mathematics, Monitoring and Evaluation or relevant discipline
  • At least 5 years’ experience in medical statistical analysis, monitoring and evaluation systems in HIV programs (3 in managerial/supervisory)
  • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of USAID reporting requirements.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

How to Apply

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