Monitoring and Evaluation Manager Employment Opportunity – Global Health Collaborative (GHC)

Job Title:        Monitoring
and Evaluation Manager
Organisation: Global
Health Collaborative (GHC)
Duty Station: 
Mbarara, Uganda
About US:
The Global Health
Collaborative (GHC) is a collaboration between Mbarara University of Science
and Technology (MUST) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). GHC’s mission
is to build bilateral institutional capacity through research, innovation,
education, clinical care and responsive program implementation in Uganda and
the United States.
About First Mile Community Health Program:
The First Mile
Community Health Program is a partnership between Mbarara University of Science
and Technology (MUST), and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). As a program,
First Mile aims to establish MUST as a premier academic medical center focused
on community-based healthcare delivery, research, and
innovation.  This will build on MUST’s strong relationships with 50
community-based lower-level health facilities in Western Uganda. 
Job Summary:
The Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will be responsible for continued
development and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation framework to
encompass all major components of the First Mile Program. The M&E Manager
will function under the direct supervision of the MUST First Mile Assistant
Program Director, and the GHC Program Director
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Provide ongoing oversight and management
    of the First Mile Program performance monitoring plan, data entry and
  • Work with the respective data managers
    to maintain complete and accurate databases which are secure and
    accessible by authorized personnel
  • Supervision of the overall
    project/program documentation of key process, output and outcome
    indicators to ensure quality source documents of clinical, educational and
    community data
  • Supervise project specific data managers
    and IT officers
  • Draw up adequate monitoring and
    evaluation plans for respective components of the First Mile Program in
    using recommended project/program indicators
  • Oversee production of monthly and
    quarterly program technical monitoring reports to guide project/program
  • Work with the PD/Deputy PD to evaluate
    the outputs and outcomes of the First Mile Program annually and report in
    relevant meetings as required
  • Liaise with the office of the Global
    Health Collaborative Program Director for guidance on implementation of
    the program Components M&E plans
  • Be the focal person for all technical
    reports from the First Mile Program

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The applicant must hold a Master’s Degree in Public Health,
    Monitoring and Evaluation and at-least two years of program experience in
    the health, social, and or community service related fields 
  • Excellent verbal, interpersonal and writing
  • Excellent computer skills, including
    proficiency in Microsoft Excel, STATA and/or SAS strongly encouraged
  • A high level of organization is a must
  • Integrity in all relationships and
    transactions is paramount.
  • Ability to work independently, multi-task
    and deliver high quality work on time, accurately, efficiently, and with
    minimal supervision is required.
  • Candidate must have the social and
    cultural intelligence and flexibility to effectively engage and interact
    with diverse groups in Mbarara and within the GHC / MGH networks.
  • Must be willing to travel to outlying
    health centers in Southwest Uganda as required for program work.
How to Apply:
All suitably
qualified and interested candidates should send their application letters
with  detailed CVs and academic transcript(s) attached, naming at
least three professional references, should be addressed to The Human Resource
Manager MUST Grants Office P.O. Box 1410 Mbarara or hand delivered to the
Directorate of Research and Graduate Training, former MJAP building. 
Deadline: 31st May 2018
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