8 No Experience Data Clerk – DREAMS Job Opportunities – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation


Job Title:    Data Clerk – DREAMS (8
Fresher No Experience Jobs)

Organisation: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Duty Station:  Mbarara, Uganda

Reports to: Senior Strategic Information and Evaluation


About US:

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is a proven leader in the
global fight to end HIV and AIDS, and an advocate for every child to live a
full and healthy life into adulthood. Founded through a mother’s determination,
we are driven to see a world where no other mother, child or family is
devastated by this disease. For more than 30 years, EGPAF has been a leader in
meeting urgent needs in pediatric HIV and AIDS in the world’s most affected


About USAID Project:

EGPAF is implementing a 7-year Cooperative agreement with United States
Agency for International Development (USAID)/Uganda to lead the implementation
of district-based project USAID Regional Health Integration to Enhance Services
in South Western Uganda (USAID RHITES SW). USAID RHITES SW activity’s goal is
to increase utilization of health services through the following key result
areas: increased availability of and accessibility to health services; improved
quality of health services; increased availability of resources for public
sector health services; improved organization and management of service
delivery and increased adoption of healthy behaviors and positive child
development practices by communities in focus areas and target population


One of the key primary HIV prevention programs implemented RHITES SW is
Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS
Mentored, and Safe (DREAMS) program. The DREAMS initiative is one of the HIV
Prevention programs implemented by Ministry of Health (MOH) aimed at reducing
new HIV Infections, particularly among Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW),
15–24 years by 25% in year one and 40% by end of year two. DREAMS is
implemented through a multisector approach involving the line Ministries that
lead on gender, health, education, and justice issues, working with other
Implementing Partners and Civil Society Organizations at community level.


Job Summary:  The
Data Clerk will assist the DREAMS Monitoring and Evaluation function in the
respective districts and ensure that all that, the SOPs and updated data
collection tools are available, high quality data is collected/recorded,
entered into the respective registers and online tracking systems. The data
clerk will also generate custom and standard reports as necessary to respond to
program and donor needs. The Data Clerk will report to the Senior Strategic
Information & Evaluation Officer 


Key Duties and

  • Ensure all DREAMS spaces at both the
    facility and community level have all the standard and current tools for
    data capture and reporting;
  • Avail standard operating procedures
    (SOPs) for enrollment and provision of unique identifiers for AGYW;
  • Support peer group leaders to ensure
    tracking of layering services at both facility and community levels;
  • File the service recipient charts at end
    of each working day in line with laid out standard operating procedure
  • Ensure entry of all data on DREAMS
    services into the Uganda DREAMS Tracker (UDTS) in a timely manner
  • Ensure no accumulation of backlogs of
    data un-entered in the UDTS
  • Verify accuracy of data on the service
    recipient charts before it is entered into the UDTS database
  • Work to reconcile inconsistencies in
    monthly data reports in collaboration with the peers group leaders
  • Ensure the combined DREAMS group
    registers are updated in a timely manner
  • Plan and attend weekly meetings with
    peer group leaders at the facility and community level for each sub county
    assigned to ensure data in the UDTS is synchronized and updated
  • Retrieve information as requested or
    otherwise necessary, summarize data in preparation for standardized
    reports to facilitate donor reporting, program management monitoring and
    activity planning;


Qualifications, Skills and

  • The ideal candidate must hold a degree
    in Medical/Bio-statistics/Data Science/Mathematical Statistics, Population
    Studies/Demography, Economic and Statistics from a reputable institution.
  • A minimum of two years of progressive
    professional experience working in data management
  • Knowledge of medical records management
  • Good working knowledge of computer with
    ability to operate various Microsoft word-processing software,
  • Team player with good interpersonal
    relationships and tolerance to socio-cultural differences.
  • Efficient and effective verbal and
    non-verbal communication skills; ability to follow instructions provided
    in verbal or written format.
  • Ability to multi-task effectively and
    adhere to timelines.
  • Good numeracy skills. Attention to
    detail and enjoy alphanumeric data entry.
  • Experience in handling, collecting,
    collating and managing numerical data
  • Must have passed mathematics at O’ level
    with at least a credit


How to Apply:

All candidates should submit a cover letter and updated Curriculum Vitae
as one file in pdf format through the link below addressed to at the link


The Senior Human Resources Officer

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)

Plot 15, Kitante Close

P.O. Box 21127

Kampala, Uganda


Here to Apply


Deadline: 5th
March, 2021.


NB: Please indicate in the cover letter the sub county of preference.
(Rubindi Sub County, Kagongi Sub County, Kakiika Division, Kashare Sub County,
Kamukuzi Division, Rwanyamahembe Sub County, Kakoba Division, Bukiiro Sub
County, Nyamitanga Division, Bubaare Sub County, Rubaya Sub County, Nyakayojo
Division, Biharwe Division. Qualified and suitable candidates residing within
Mbarara and its surrounding are encouraged to apply.


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