Knowledge Management/Learning Officer USAID Project Jobs – Panagora Group

Organisation: Panagora
Duty Station:  Uganda
About US:
Panagora Group is a woman-owned
small business providing novel and integrated solutions in global health and
international development. 
Job Summary: The Knowledge
Management/Learning Officer will support an anticipated USAID-funded health
system and HIV/AIDS project in Uganda. Applicants are required to have
experience working with USAID and must demonstrate an understanding of the
health sector in Uganda.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Lead
    knowledge management, learning and adaptation activities
  • Generate,
    review and disseminate knowledge management and learning products such as
    case studies, success stories, blogs, etc.
  • Develop
    mechanisms for sharing knowledge among project staff and with local
  • Build
    capacity of project staff on learning and adaptation
  • Support
    relevant monitoring and evaluation activities related to the work plan
    developed by the subcontractor
  • Conduct
    a formative assessment and stakeholder network analysis (identify current
    stakeholder structure, identify collaboration points, bridges, community
    leaders) to inform development of KM/CLA Plan
  • Work
    with short-term technical assistance to develop and implement a KM/CLA
    Plan, including ongoing CLA practiced identified in the plan
  • Conduct
    semi-annual reflections on performance against the work plan
  • Work
    with short-term technical assistance to develop mechanisms to share best
    practices within public sector and between public and private sector
  • Support
    short-term technical assistance by facilitating organizational development
    in 8 districts in Acholi region that will lead to achieving relevant donor
    mandated targets and objectives
  • Support
    targeted capacity building for DHTs and RHITES N Acholi staff
  • Support
    short-term technical assistance in activities related to youth engagement,
    private sector participation, and capacity building

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The
    applicant for the USAID Project job opportunity must hold a master’s
    degree in strategic information-related areas including applied research,
    monitoring and evaluation, knowledge management, public health, or related
  • At
    least five years of demonstrated experience in CLA, knowledge management,
    and monitoring and evaluation
  • Prior
    experience with USAID projects, preferably in the public health sector
  • Prior
    experience or familiarity with health or health systems programming
  • Strong
    management and communication skills, including excellent writing ability
    in English
  • Strong
    attention to detail
  • Fluency
    in English
How to Apply:
All candidates are encouraged
to send an updated CV and a cover letter to with the
position title in the subject line. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists
will be contacted.
Deadline: 24th May 2018
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