Jhpiego, an Affiliate of Johns Hopkins University is a global leader in improving healthcare services for women and their families.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: M & E Intern
About the Program
- The TMEC/RISE program is a newly-awarded 5-year, USAID-funded global HIV program that supports countries to achieve and maintain HIV epidemic control through provision of strategic technical assistance and direct service delivery to improve prevention, HIV case finding and treatment programming.
- In Nigeria, TMEC/RISE will support the Government of Nigeria to address barriers in HIV services among at-risk adult men, women and priority populations and to build capacity of local implementing partners, continuously leveraging data to successfully course correct and achieve and maintain epidemic control.
- This project aims to achieve and maintain the primary prevention and 95-95-95 goals that are critical to HIV epidemic control in Nigeria.
- The program will also support PEPFAR’s transition of HIV service delivery to local partners, advancing progress along the journey to self-reliance.
Term of Reference (TOR)
- To ensure that all facility-level assigned targets are reviewed and correctly entered into DATIM database within the timeline
- To ensure that program achievements from each health facility are reviewed and correctly entered into DATIM within the timeline
- To ensure that the entries on the MSFs in each health facility are correctly entered into the project’s DHIS.
- To ensure that the data on the project’s DHIS corresponds with entries in DATIM
- To support the SI advisors to review data entries into the DHIS
- To review patient level data generated on RADET database and ensure that they are correct, consistent, complete and timely
- Address any other M&E issues as they present.
Terms of Reference for Intern
- Interns are expected to achieve all the objectives stated above
- Interns must ensure timely delivery of all the objectives
- Submit comprehensive end of contract report
- Submit duly signed original copies of all documents required for retirement of activities.
- Degree in Medical or Social Sciences and other related fields
- At least 1-2 years’ hand-on-experience in monitoring and evaluation with very good analytical, presentation, communication and reporting skills.
- Strong computer skills particularly in spreadsheets, database and statistical applications.
- Significant experience working in HIV/AIDS programs in Nigeria.
Application Closing Date
20th January, 2020.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should submit an Application Letter and CV as One Single Word document to: [email protected] clearly indicating the "Job Title" as subject of your mail.
- Any successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.
- JHU is an Equal Opportunity Employer