Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer NGO Jobs – Baylor-Uganda


Job Title:    Monitoring and Evaluation
(M&E) Officer


Duty Station:


About US:

Baylor-Uganda is a
private not for profit child health and development organization providing
family-centered pediatric HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services,
health professional training, and clinical research in Uganda. Baylor College
of Medicine Children’s Foundation -Uganda (Baylor-Uganda) is an indigenous
not-for-profit child health and development organisation affiliated to the
Baylor College of Medicine International Paediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI), a
Network of paediatric HIV/AIDS care and treatment Children’s Clinical Centres
of Excellence and international program offices in 11 countries across Africa
and Eastern Europe.


Job Summary:  The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
officer will focus on monitoring and evaluating the project’s progress in
strengthening capacity to operate laboratory diagnostic networks and
surveillance systems to detect infectious diseases of global health security
importance. He/she will work will work with the M&E specialist and other
staff  to develop and implement monitoring
systems for the project, along with working closely with the Health Information
System (HIS) team to ensure the system integration of linking surveillance and
laboratory data.  In addition, in case of
the outbreaks, s/he will support data is captured, and relayed to the PHEOC and
locally analyzed and used.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

contribute to the development and implementation of performance monitoring,
evaluation tools and analysis plans in line with CDC’s Indicators, Global
Health Security Agenda (GHSA), WHO/ Uganda 
Joint External Evaluation (JEE) and WHO benchmarks;

implementation of IHR monitoring framework.

conjunction with the surveillance team support development and roll out of
electronic integrated disease surveillance response systems (eIDSR)

Provide on-the-job
capacity building, supportive mentoring and coaching for regional and district
staff to ensure quality data and information is available for reporting and
process improvement;

upcoming project monitoring, documentation and learning approaches are
consistently integrated, aligned, and mainstreamed into project activities and
coordinated with stakeholders;

in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis and help
facilitate use of data by GHS team and project beneficiaries;

development of data visualizations and presentations that effectively
communicate results and enhance evidence-based decision making for project
management and stakeholders;

to the reporting on progress of 
activities through the production of monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and
annual performance reports;


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

applicant must hold a Bachelors in Statistics, Biostatistics, M&E or a
related field;

At least
three years of experience working in health related projects as an M&E
officer, preferably in GHS.

with disease surveillance, laboratory system strengthening, antimicrobial
resistance, One Health, and other public health issues;

understanding of CDC, GHSA, WHO, and IHR capacity building best practices;

in one of the excel and at least one statistic packages (STATA, SAS, SPSS,
EpiInfo or R);

and working knowledge with any advance data analysis, analytics and
visualization applications



should include a cover letter, CV, daytime telephone contact, three traceable
professional references and certified UNEB certificates as well as certified
University Transcripts

You must
have at least a credit 6 in MATHEMATICS and ENGLISH at Ordinary Level (UCE).
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Please note only
shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


How to Apply:

All candidates
should send their applications online at the link below


Click Here


Deadline: 30th October 2020


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