Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist Job Careers – SSS (DLH Company)


Job Title:    Monitoring & Evaluation

Organization:  SSS (DLH Company)

Duty Station:  Kampala,


About US:

Corporation company, serves federal government clients throughout the United
States and abroad delivering technology enabled solutions in key health and
human services programs. The Company’s core competencies include secure data
analytics and statistics, clinical trials and laboratory services, a full suite
of public health research offerings, performance evaluation, system
modernization, operational logistics and readiness, and strategic digital
communications. DLH has over 2,000 employees serving numerous government
agencies. DLH’s portfolio consists of Defense & Veteran Health Solutions,
Human Services Solutions and Public Health & Life Sciences


Job Summary:  USAID/SITES is seeking a qualified Monitoring
& Evaluation Specialist with background in health analytics to join its
team of analysts. The position is full time and located at the project site in
Kansanga, Kampala. The Monitoring & Evaluation specialist reports to the
Strategic Information Team Lead


In consultation and
collaboration with USG strategic information team and implementing partners,
the monitoring and Evaluation specialist responds to all strategic information
related activities such as developing strategies for improved data management
information systems, data collection, cleaning, aggregation, analysis and
dissemination especially for purposes of reporting on PEPFAR indicators to USG,
USG agencies and other national stakeholders.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

with USAID, DOD, Peace Corps and STATE implementing partners to provide
technical and program support to the collection, cleaning, aggregation,
analysis and submission of the quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports.

in planning, designing and implementing data quality processes aimed at
reviewing and improving data quality.

in data collection and analysis, training of staff and USAID, DOD, STATE and
Peace Corps implementing partners in PEPFAR and Family Health M&E
indicators, protocols, tools

in the dissemination of information for timely utilisation of data by OGAC,
PEPFAR related USG agencies, USAID, Government of Uganda, implementing partners
and key stakeholders.

with various SITES teams to ensure activity work plans and monitoring plans are
properly implemented, and results documented.

efforts through dialogue to streamline and standardise reporting of USAID, DOD,
STATE and Peace Corps implementing partners to ensure quality, accuracy and
consistency of reporting.

the USG Strategic Information Team (and SITWG) to build capacity and utilise
key information systems including SIMS, DATIM, HIBRID and the National DHIS2.

assistance to the PEPFAR team in interpreting data on indicators, targets and

appropriate data management systems to monitor indicators on Family Health and
HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care.

quarterly programmatic data submitted by implementing partners into the
PEPFAR’s Data for Accountability, Transparency and Impact (DATIM) online system
to identify trends and improve quality.

to data requests from USG strategic information teams, implementing partners
and national stakeholders.

the development of various standard operating procedures

scheduling, organization, implementation and evaluation of quarterly data
review meetings;

and build the capacity of districts and service delivery sites to conduct data
quality assessments and improvements as identified by the USAID SI team;

identification of training needs and facilitate competency-based M&E
training of staff at service delivery sites and districts;

other duties as assigned by SITES Strategic Information Technical Lead.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

applicant must hold a Master’s degree in statistics/biostatistics or equivalent

level of competence on multiple statistical analysis packages

of at least 7 years direct statistical data analysis using qualitative and
quantitative methods

At least
5 years using DHIS2 and other data systems to carry out Health and HIV/AIDS
data analysis

A clear
understanding of M&E functions on a project

working on US Government funded interventions is added advantage

verbal and writing skills

time management skills

working in a multidisciplinary environment with rapid turnaround of work

to travel upcountry and to spend long working hours


How to Apply:

All candidates
should apply online at the link below.




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