OVC Management Information System (MIS) Specialist USAID Project Jobs – Chemonics International Inc.

Job Title:             OVC Management Information System
(MIS) Specialist
Organization:  Chemonics
International Inc.
Funding Source: United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Duty Station:   Kampala, Uganda
About US:
Chemonics International Inc., a US-based international
development organization, seeks an Orphans and Vulnerable Children Management
Information System (OVC MIS) Specialist for the anticipated USAID five-year
Integrated Child and Youth Development (ICYD) Activity in Uganda. This activity
will aim to improve youth learning outcomes (P1-P4 reading in local language
and English), while ensuring that children and youth are safe and healthy in
their community and learning environments. Specifically, this activity will
improve learning outcomes, address primary school retention, provide technical
assistance to orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) service providers, and
employ high-impact local partnerships to accomplish the activity’s objectives.
This position will be based in Kampala, Uganda with intermittent travel
throughout the country.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
Work with ICYD’s local OVC partners to use case
management systems and tools aligned with the national OVC MIS;
Ensure that ICYD’s internal monitoring,
evaluation, and learning (MEL) systems align with the national OVC MIS;
Support OVC MIS data collection and quality
assurance efforts, resulting in comprehensive data entry on national OVC
service delivery;
Support the Ministry of Gender, Labor, and
Social Development (MGLSD)’s efforts to enhance the national OVS MIS, in collaboration
with an IT service provider.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree
required; Master’s or other advanced degree in information management or
related field preferred;
Minimum seven years of experience in data
management and MEL roles required, with significant experience using data to
drive organizational decision-making;
In-depth knowledge of MGLSD’s OVC MIS and the
Ugandan social protection sector, including experience working with local OVC
service providers strongly preferred;
Knowledge of USAID and/or PEPFAR funding and its
contractual and reporting requirements required – experience working on
USAID-funded health or education programs strongly preferred;
Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should
apply online at the link below.
Deadline: 15th
January 2020
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