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Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, And Learning Specialist (MEALS)

Global Health Corps

This is a Full-time position in Livingstone posted 07/01/2022.

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, And Learning Specialist (MEALS) Jobs in Global Health Corps Livingstone vacancies in Livingstone at Global Health Co

# Job Description

Global Health Corps is building the next generation of diverse health leaders.

We offer a range of 13 month long paid fellowship roles with health
organizations in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia and the opportunity to
develop as a transformative leader.

Everyone has a role to play in the health equity movement!

Global Health Corps GHC together with its partner On Call Africa is
inviting self-driven, passionate, young professionals with diverse skill sets
and experiences to apply for this global health position for our 2022-2023
fellowship class.

Role Overview
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Specialist MEALS
will collaborate with the programme teams to achieve On Call Africa’s OCA
mission and objectives. The MEALS will provide technical support to our WASH
in Health Care Facilities work with WaterAid; Model Health Service package in
partnership with the Ministry of Health MoH; and our work with D-tree, MoH
and AMP Health to develop national standardized Community Health Worker
programmes. The Specialist will also provide other programmatic support like
documentation of successes, knowledge translation, and the creation of multi-
media presentations for MoH, partners, and for promotional purposes.

Responsibilities
Assist with development of MEAL tools, including data collection methods and
program narratives
Participate in programme planning team meetings
Visit health facilities to monitor work and problem-solve issues with
programme staff
Oversee programmatic data collection
Assist with the implementation of performance monitoring plans
Assist with the completion of funding reporting requirements
Assist with the implementation of study protocols recruitment, data
collection, data quality audits
Assist with data and analysis
Assist with program activities including training and quality improvement QI
Document and create multi-media write-ups and presentations for MoH, partners,
and for promotional purposes
Other duties as assigned

Skills and Experience
Items indicated with an asterisk > are required
Demonstrated experience improving processes or outcomes, ideally through
quality improvement methodology>
Demonstrated quantitative and qualitative data analysis skills, especially
used for research or program evaluation>
Experience planning or executing impact evaluations and/or research projects>
Experience with data visualization using tools such as Excel or Tableau>
Strong writing skills with experience producing reports, abstracts, best
practices, impact stories, or other documents for technical and non-technical
audiences>
Previous experience in resource-limited settings>
Academic training in or professional experience with community-based
initiatives, especially in a rural setting
Experience with partnership/relationship management, acting as the main point
of contact for donors, clients/beneficiaries, or other key stakeholders
Experience with mobile data tracking platforms, especially platforms such as
Medic Mobile, Kobo, or DHIS2
Knowledge of indicators and reporting requirements for large funders
Self-starter with the ability to work with minimal supervision
Innovative
Team player with the ability to impart skills/mentor others
Ability to be flexible, think creatively, and manage competing priorities
Demonstrated maturity and good judgment
Strong organizational skills and detail orientation
Ability to interact professionally with culturally diverse staff
Comfortable traveling to and staying in a rural area
Advanced skills in Excel, Microsoft Word, and PowerPoint

About the Organization
On Call Africa is a small Scottish Charity that aims to strengthen rural
health systems in Zambia. Established in 2010 by volunteer doctors and
international development experts from the UK, the organization aims to
improve access to in remote rural communities through mobile
medical clinics run by UK doctors. Over the last 10 years we have developed a
more robust and sustainable approach to strengthening rural health systems.

We do this by improving access to quality health care as close to the home as
possible through improvement of WASH in rural healthcare facilities; building
capacity within the health system through the provision of training and
resources such as power, infrastructure, transport and quality improvement at
rural health facilities; and the development of national standardized
Community Health Worker CHW programmes. Our approach is tailored to the
needs of each community that we work with. We aim to document and share
learning from our community-led approach to health system strengthening

Fellowship Benefits

Fellowship benefits include a living stipend, housing, health insurance,
trainings, access to advisors and much more.

No prior health or international experience is necessary!

Applications opened on December 3rd 2021, will be reviewed on a rolling
basis and will close in January 12th 2022. Early application is highly
encouraged.

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[ **Submit your CV and Application on Company Website : Click Here**
]https://ghcorps.org/monitoring-evaluation-accountability-and-learning-
specialist-meals-z06-nat/

Closing Date : 12th January , 2022.

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