28 No Experience Community Data Clerk Jobs – Rakai Health Sciences Program (RHSP)

 Job Title:    Community Data Clerks (28 No
Experience O’ Level Jobs)

Organisation: Rakai Health Sciences Program (RHSP)

Duty Station: Masaka
(5 Jobs), Mpigi (3 Jobs), Kalungu (3 Jobs), Bukomasimbi (4 Jobs), Sembabule (6
Jobs), Lwengo (3 Jobs), Uganda

Reports to:
OVC/DREAMS M & E Officer

 

About US:

The Rakai Health
Sciences Program (RHSP) was established in 1987 as a collaboration between
researchers at Makerere, Columbia and John Hopkins Universities, the Division
of Intramural Research at the National Institutes of Allergy & Infectious
diseases and the International Centre for Excellence Research (ICER). This was
as a result of the first identification of clinical AIDS in Rakai district
Uganda in 1982 by Drs. Sewankambo and Serwadda. The initiation of the Program,
then known as Rakai Project led to a series of clinical studies characterizing
the disease and its epidemiology; and also brought the partnership with other
colleagues including Professor Maria Wawer and Prof Ronald Gray.

 

Job Summary:   The Community Data Clerks will support the
data collection function of the DREAMS & OVC programs in the respective sub
county as guided by PEPFAR. The community data clerk will work with DREAMS/OVC
District M&E officer to ensure that clean & complete DREAMS & OVC
data is collected, properly captured, and reported in timely manner.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·       
Support
the collection of monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual National/PEPFAR
specific data/reports from sub counties of operation and source registers.

·       
Organize
data case files, archive & retrieve data for DREAMS AGYW & OVCs at the
safe spaces/ sub county and CBO respectively

·       
Support
data capture, documentation and Update of the Integrated OVCMIS Registers and
other data case management tools at the safe spaces/CBO

·       
Support
timely and accurate data entry into the OVCMIS, UDOTS or any designated
electronic capture system

·       
Support
data quality assurance activities at the supported sites (both at the safe
spaces & CBOs)

·       
Perform
Data validation and cleaning at the supported sites as may be required

·       
Support
back up processes for all the electronic data entered in OVCMIS and UDOTS

 


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       
The
ideal candidate must hold an O’ Level Certificate or any equivalent

·       
Computer
literate

·       
Ability
to operate a smartphone

·       
Data
Entry Experience in OVCMIS and OVC Tracker reporting processes is essential

·       
Ability
to work in rural setting sites assigned or support any other at discretion of
immediate supervision

·       
Self-motivated
and able to work under minimum supervision.

·       
Pleasant,
social, hardworking, flexible, with a spirit of teamwork/building

 

Other Requirements

·       
Applicant
Must be a resident of the above district or nearby areas.

·       
Attach a
photocopy of an original National ID

·       
An LC I
Recommendation Letter from the area of your residence

 

How to Apply:

All interested candidates
possessing the above attributes can send their applications including a cover
letter, latest Copy of CV (with 3 referees), copies of academic
qualifications/certificates ( in one document (Word/PDF)) addressed to the HR
Manager to jobs@rhsp.org or   HAND
DELIVER your applications at RHSP Kyotera cluster office Kalisizo, Mpigi
cluster office in Mpigi- Kayabwe, Sembabule cluster office in Sembabule next to
Centenary Bank or Kalangala cluster office in Buligo Kalangala Town council .
Please clearly indicate district & health facility of interest in your
cover letter. Kindly indicate the job title in the subject line of the email.
Only online applications will be considered.

 

Deadline: 24th March 2021 at 5:00 pm

 

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