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  • Posted: Nov 18, 2021
    Deadline: Nov 25, 2021
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  • Partners for Health and Development in Africa (PHDA) is a non-profit organization registered in Kenya, working in the health and development fields in Kenya and elsewhere in Africa.
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    Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

    Job Purpose

    The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be responsible for supporting the monitoring and evaluation function of the project. The position will ensure that the national HIV prevention monitoring system is implemented in the priority counties, strengthen capacity of the county data collectors to understand the definitions of indicators, assess quality of the data collected and develop and implement plans to address the gaps, compile and analyze routine monitoring data and develop presentations for program use. The position will be based at the project’s main office in Nairobi with significant travel to counties, sub counties, health facilities and implementing partners.

    Qualification and Experience

    • Masters or Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, Demography, Population Studies;
    • A minimum of 7 years of experience of monitoring and evaluating HIV prevention programmes in Kenya;
    • At least 5 years of experience in conducting surveys and research and analysis of survey/ research data;
    • At least 5 years of experience of developing presentations, data dashboards using monitoring and evaluation data;
    • Demonstrated experience of statistical packages and/ or data analysis software (e.g. SPSS, Excel, Epi Info, SMART, STAT 01) and advanced computer skills (word-processing, spread sheets, and databases) are a must; and
    • Experience in working collaboratively with stakeholder – government and non-government.

    Key Responsibility

    • Support the implementation and integration of M&E system by all partners in the counties, and that quality is maintained;
    • Facilitate joint regular data quality assessment meetings to ensure that quality of data is good and QI/QM is implemented at the prevention programmes;
    • Support in the identification of prevention programme gaps using routine programme data, work with respective stakeholders to resolve the challenges and ensure a robust electronic information system;
    • Support NACSOP and NACC to ensure that HIV prevention programme data is collected and submitted timely by counties through the KHIS platform;
    • Support in conducting routine data quality checks on program data to address and resolve data errors;
    • Participate in the design, implementation, review and roll out of the national data tools;
    • Support in strengthening capacity of the data officers at different levels to understand the indicator definitions in all reporting tools pertaining to HIV prevention programmes;
    • Providing regular data analysis summaries with a view of giving the county strategic advantage and making informed decisions;
    • Participate in Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Working Groups (TWGs) at national and county level;
    • Support in implementation of surveys and surveillance activities related to HIV prevention;
    • Provide timely analyzed data, graphs, presentations to support reporting to the national programme; and,
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

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    Communication Manager

    Job Purpose

    The Communication manager will support the communication lead in the national programme to develop key messages for HIV prevention, develop communication materials, and improve the presence of HIV prevention programmes through official social media platforms and other spaces like the newsletters, evidence briefs, films, press briefings etc. The Communication Manager will support NASCOP and NACC to optimize the coverage and visibility of HIV prevention programmes and activities at the national and county level. The position will provide communication strategies on scaling up population-based programming at a national level. The Communication Manager will work in close collaboration with NASCOP and NACC team to identify program needs for communications. The position will be based at the project’s main office with significant travel to supported counties, sub counties and health facilities

    Qualification and Experience

    1. A Masters degree in communication and journalism/international public relation/health promotion;
    2. 7 years of experience in continuous communication role in HIV prevention in Kenya;
    3. Experience in designing and implementing communication campaigns;
    4. Experience in documenting best practices, skills in using various media platforms for communication and dissemination; and
    5. Excellent communication skills, including social media and multimedia skills, plus strong interpersonal skills;

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    Epidemiologist

    Job Purpose

    The Epidemiologist will support NASCOP and NACC in conducting regular epidemic analysis and surveillance activities to design HIV prevention programmes, assess progress in HIV prevention work and reset priorities. The position will have the responsibility for providing technical consultation and support to NASCOP and NACC, and its collaborating agencies to use epidemic and programme data for planning concerning various complex epidemiology and surveillance projects. The Epidemiologist will also support capacity strengthening of national and county teams in conducting epidemic appraisals and using data for priority setting. The person will also provide technical support and mentoring for implementation of the monitoring and evaluation system, including develop comprehensive monitoring system for HIV prevention, development of data collection systems/ tools (where necessary), design and conduct surveys and surveillance to measure HIV prevention, analysis of data and use for decision making. The position will ensure related deliverables of the project are met on a timely basis and find effective solutions to address emerging gaps. The position will be based at the project’s main office in Nairobi with significant travel to counties and sub counties.

    Qualification and Experience

    A minimum qualification of MBChB/MBBS/MD with a master’s degree in epidemiology;

    Additional training in K-FELTP is necessary;

    • Minimum 10 years of experience working as an epidemiologist in HIV;
    • At least 5 years of experience in developing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems for HIV prevention;
    • At least 5 years of experience in designing and implementing surveys and surveillance issues related to HIV;
    • At least 3 years of experience of direct supervision of professional teams;
    • Experience in training and facilitation; and
    • Proficiency in either SAS, STATA or R statistical software packages

    Key Responsibility

    • Develop tools and practical implementation guidance to conduct epidemic appraisals at the national and county level;
    • Develop framework and tools for analysis of the findings of the epidemic analysis and use for planning;
    • Support capacity building efforts for national and county level staff to conduct epidemic appraisals and use programme data for programme improvements;
    • Support key county officials to understand the state of the epidemic in each county and develop annual implementation plans based on the epidemic analysis; revision of county implementation plans based on new analysis and data, where applicable;
    • Provide technical support to develop a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation framework to monitor HIV prevention as a continuum;
    • Conduct cascade analysis and programme effectiveness analysis to assess gaps and jointly find solutions;
    • Develop monitoring and reporting tools where needed to standardize programme monitoring processes;
    • Support in design and implementation of HIV prevention related surveillance and surveys;
    • Work with team members to put together protocols, data analysis plans, and other data dissemination outputs;
    • Support in measuring national and county level key indicators for HIV prevention and provide guidance for use of the data for decision making;
    • Support in compilation of national reports for Global fund, NACC and NASCOP, and other reporting;
    • Work closely with Project Director to establish and maintain collaborative and effective working relationships with NASCOP and NACC, and other agencies and institutions, and key partners;
    • Develop and review analysis plans, provide interpretation for analysis and write up results as needed;
    • Facilitate and/or coordinate dissemination of surveillance data through preparation of presentations, reports and scientific manuscripts;
    • Develop annual report for the project and provide data for donor reporting and other national reports; and,
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.

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    Regional Field Officer

    Job Purpose

    The Regional Field Officer will plan and coordinate the implementation of the national HIV prevention agenda at the county level. The position will work closely with the NASCOP and NACC to support counties to develop and implement evidence-based county plans, strengthen capacity of the HIV prevention programmes at county level. The Regional Field Officer will be responsible for a cluster of counties and will support in planning and implementation of the HIV prevention programmes in the cluster. They will be responsible for analysis of data and use for identification of gaps and developing strategies with the counties to address the gaps on a timely manner. They would be responsible to support counties to achieve their HIV prevention targets efficiently. The position will be based at the county with significant travel to counties within a cluster.

    Qualification and Experience

    Minimum qualification is RCO/RCN;

    1. Training certificate (s) related to HIV/ STI Prevention and Treatment service delivery is necessary;
    2. 7 years of experience in working in HIV prevention/programming in Kenya;
    3. 5 years of experience in providing direct HIV prevention services at county or implementation level;
    4. Experience in working with collaboration with county government and non-government partners;
    5. Experience of using data to monitor and measure HIV prevention programmes; and
    6. Proven experience in capacity building, planning and facilitating technical training.

    Responsibilities

    Key Responsibility

    1. Ensure increased coverage and uptake of HIV prevention services and achievement of the prevention goals, objectives and target of the county level;
    2. Support the counties to develop evidence based county implementation plans and budgets based county epidemic analysis with focus on HIV prevention;
    3. Support the counties to advocate for resources for HIV prevention and efficient utilization of the resources earmarked for HIV prevention;
    4. Strengthen capacities of county level team and implementers on implementation of high impact HIV prevention programmes;
    5. Support the county government to develop effective HIV prevention strategic aligned to global and national guidelines;
    6. Network and collaborate with governmental and non-governmental organisations (NGOs, CBOs, FBOs) involved in HIV prevention programming;
    7. Facilitate collection of routine data for HIV prevention by implementing agencies and facilities. Support counties to improve quality of the data and use the data for decision making. Create a culture of data use for programming at county and implementation level;
    8. Share learnings between counties in the cluster to disseminate best practices and replicate successful strategies;
    9. Regularly document good practices in HIV prevention highlighting challenges and lessons learned;
    10. Facilitate an enabling environment for improving access to services in the county for priority populations;
    11. Support development and revision of programme guidance and standards for HIV prevention programmes;
    12. Work closely with the Prevention Lead and assist in the design and implementation of work plans to achieve the project objectives and goal;
    13. Facilitate communication and the sharing of HIV prevention resources and best practices among field staff, partners and potential collaborators; and
    14. Perform other duties as assigned.

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    Focal Person

    Job Purpose

    The Prevention Focal Person will support NASCOP and NACC in scaling up population-based programming with all priority populations including Key and vulnerable populations (KVP) and adolescent and young people (AYP). The person will work closely with the Lead – HIV prevention in the project to coordinate with national, county government and other stakeholders, provide technical support and leadership in developing guidelines and SOPs for population based programmes, support development of strategies and strengthening engagement of the community in HIV prevention. The position will support national team to accomplish the national HIV prevention activities supported by GF and PEPFAR and ensure deliverables of the project in the cluster are met on time The position will also support scaling up populations based programming in countries where such programmes are not in existence. The position will be based at the project’s main office with significant travel to supported counties and sub counties

    Qualification and Experience

    • Master’s in Public Health or social sciences or behavioural sciences;
    • 10 years of relevant experience in HIV prevention programming in Kenya;
    • At least 7 years of progressive experience working with priority populations especially key populations or adolescent and young people;
    • A minimum of 3-5 years of experience in designing, implementing, managing, and monitoring direct programmes with priority populations;
    • Experience of working collaboratively with national, county government and other stakeholders;
    • Experience of using data to monitor and measure population-based programmes; and
    • Previous experience in building capacity of program staff and other implementing partners;

    Key Responsibility

    • Ensure increased coverage and uptake of HIV prevention services and achievement of the prevention goals, objectives and target of the country specially population based programmes;
    • Support the NASCOP and NACC in implementation of the HIV prevention roadmap for 2021-2025 with special focus on key and vulnerable populations and adolescent and young people;
    • Support the national programme and county programme to design and implement effective interventions with priority populations aligned to global and national guidelines
    • Strengthen capacity of the county and the implementing partners to implement programmes with priority populations;
    • Monitor implementation of high-impact interventions with priority populations at scale. Identify programmatic gaps and recommend innovations and strategies to address the gaps;
    • Work with the Lead – HIV Prevention to design interventions to strengthen linkage of priority populations to appropriate HIV prevention services including condoms, HTS, MAT, NSP, PrEP and PEP;
    • Support NASCOP and NACC to ensure the needs of priority populations are included in all prevention and treatment programme guidelines and standards;
    • Support NASCOP and NACC SIRI team to develop data capturing and reporting tools for priority population programmes. Support monthly monitoring data use for identifying gaps and successes;
    • Support capacity strengthening at the implementation level by ensuring microplanning tools are used for effective services at community and facility level;
    • Work with the advocacy team at national level to ensure that structural barriers to accessing services for priority populations are addressed efficiently. Ensure that prevalence of violence, stigma and discrimination against priority population is reduced;
    • Ensure that learning, best practices, evidence-based and relevant approaches are incorporated into HIV prevention services and scaled-up by implementing partners
    • Provide mentoring and technical support through joint visits in implementation of technical guidance and strategies in priority counties;
    • Support coordination of HIV prevention response by activating and facilitating regular meetings of national level coordination committees, including organizing county TWGs, COE and ensuring technical strategies and programme performance is discussed;
    • Develop and support implementation of community mobilization and demand generation strategies to promote HIV prevention services;
    • Support in design, implementation and replication of evidence-based innovations in close collaboration with the regional field officer in each of the counties;
    • Support in design and implementation of priority population based survey and surveillance activities to measure programme outcomes and impact;
    • Provide mentorship, capacity and supportive supervision to the field officers to understand programming with priority populations and achieve the project objectives and stay on track, ensure deliverables of the project in the clusters are met on time;
    • Work closely with the Prevention Lead and assist in the design and implementation of work plans to achieve the project objectives and goal;
    • Facilitate communication and the sharing of HIV prevention resources and best practices among field staff, partners and potential collaborators;
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

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    Advocacy Manager

    Job Purpose

    The Advocacy Manager will support NASCOP and NACC in strengthening advocacy issues around HIV prevention including developing strategies to improve the legal and policy environment for HIV prevention. The position will support in designing and implementing strategies to safeguard the human rights of priority populations, PLHIV and health care workers. The position will advocate with counties and will champion the agenda to address structural barriers related to service access including stigma, discrimination and violence, engage in dialogue and sensitization of law enforcement and health care workers. The position will be responsible to oversee the implementation of the national HIV prevention advocacy strategy. The position will be based at the project’s main office with significant travel to supported counties, sub counties and health facilities

    Qualification and Experience

    1. Minimum master’s degree in social sciences, public health or law;
    2. Ten years of experience of working in HIV prevention in Kenya;
    3. Five years’ experience in working with government to support them develop and implement advocacy strategies for HIV;
    4. Experience of working with counties to advocate for HIV agenda;
    5. Experience in developing advocacy strategies for priority populations;
    6. Experience of working with police and judiciary on HIV prevention issues; and
    7. Experience of working with a variety of stakeholders including non-health stakeholders

    Key Responsibility

    1. Develop an advocacy strategy and plan needed to implement the HIV prevention implementation plan 2021-2025. Ensure that the plan is firmly grounded in evidence from programmes, contextual reality, and a good analysis of advocacy targets at the national and county levels;
    2. Support NASCOP and NACC to implement the advocacy plan and efforts to ensure that barriers to access to HIV prevention services are addressed successfully;
    3. Support NASCOP and NACC with data, evidence, case studies to help them advocate for HIV prevention programmes with policymakers, national committees, academic partners, the media and the public;
    4. Support NASCOP and NACC to ensure that HIV prevention programmes follow high ethical standards and protect the human rights of all including service users and providers;
    5. Support the strategic information team at NASCOP and NACC to ensure that evidence to understand structural barriers are included in all monitoring and evaluation activities;
    6. Support NASCOP and NACC to analyse evidence collected by the institutions or other stakeholders to assess the gaps and devise strategies to address the structural barriers;
    7. Produce evidence based reports, briefing notes and other materials to advocate for positive policy environment for HIV prevention in Kenya;
    8. Work closely with all stakeholders to ensure that implementation of the national advocacy strategy is coordinated across counties and stakeholders;
    9. Carefully monitor the progress of advocacy activities related to HIV prevention and provide monthly, quarterly updates to the project Director, NASCOP, NACC officials;
    10. In conjunction with Project Director, and other senior staff, represent NASCOP and NACC in various networks, fora, conferences and events;
    11. Draft updates and analysis of Kenya’s policy developments which might affect HIV prevention programming with priority populations;
    12. Organize and participate in the national and county advocacy subcommittees as well as the Technical Working Groups;
    13. Undertake training of trainers on various concepts of advocacy as well as provide ongoing sensitization, technical support and guidance to all stakeholders; and
    14. Perform any other related duties as required.

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    Project Director

    Job Purpose

    The Project Director will provide overall technical and management oversight of the project, including providing leadership in the design, planning and execution of sound technical strategies and best practices in the program areas targeted by the project. The position will coordinate with the NASCOP and NACC team regularly and provide technical support on design, implementation and monitoring of all programme areas related to HIV prevention (including HIV testing services, Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission programme, key population programme, Adolescent and young people programme, PrEP programme, Voluntary Medical Male circumcision programme and condom programme) in the country. The Program Director will directly supervise the project’s senior technical and program staff, offer mentorship and lead development of the project’s annual work plans, oversee the achievement of set work plans and report on progress toward achievement on a required basis to relevant stakeholders. The position will ensure deliverables of the project are met on a timely basis and find effective solutions to address emerging gaps. The position will be based at the project’s main office in Nairobi with significant travel to counties and sub counties.

    Qualification and Experience

    1. A minimum qualification of MBChB/MBBS/MD and Masters in public health (MPh)
    2. An additional degree in infectious disease, or related discipline will be added advantage;
    3. At least 15 years of proven and demonstrated experience in technical and strategic planning, implementation, monitoring, and supervision of comprehensive HIV prevention program;
    4. A minimum of 10 years of reputable technical leadership and program management experience in large complex public health programs;
    5. At least 5 years of demonstrated senior-level experience in the design, planning, implementation and overall technical management of donor funded HIV prevention programs;
    6. Experience in working in partnership with government or providing technical support
    7. Experience in supervision of senior technical staff within an NGO setting;
    8. Experience operating in a management culture built on consensus and results;
    9. Experience in report writing based on donor guidelines is an essential requirement for the position; and
    10. Experience in training and capacity building

    Key Responsibility

    1. Provide overall leadership in the design, planning, implementation and monitoring of project activities and ensure seamless integration, coordination of all components of the project with the national HIV prevention programme;
    2. Identify technically sound, cost-effective, and practical approaches to strengthen the national HIV prevention programme to achieve the prevention goals set out in KASF II;
    3. In consultation with NASCOP and NACC team, ensure timely co-development, co-implementation and co-monitoring of the national HIV prevention objectives and annual work plans;
    4. Strengthen the capacity of the national and county health teams to design, deliver and monitor high quality HIV prevention interventions;
    5. Provide supportive supervision to the project team to achieve their part of the project deliverables and facilitate smooth working relationship with NASCOP, NACC and the county government;
    6. Provide leadership and technical support in development of practical implementation guidance and tools for HIV prevention at the national and county level;
    7. Provide technical support in development of a comprehensive performance framework and cascades to monitor HIV prevention programme at national and county level;
    8. Provide technical guidance to ensure that all HIV programme pillars meet their objectives and targets;
    9. Facilitate a culture of use of evidence and data for gaps assessment and use of data for decision making within the project and the national programme;
    10. Collaborate and advocate for integration of HIV prevention within the UHC agenda of Kenya;
    11. Design and implement pilot projects to integrate HIV prevention within routine services and influence policy for scale up;
    12. Support the national government in coordination of the HIV prevention response at the national level in collaboration with stakeholders and donors;
    13. Develop and implement a transition plan to transition technical capacity to the HIV prevention team at national and county level;
    14. Support design and development of knowledge products and dissemination of project learnings in national and international forum;
    15. Work closely with Senior Technical Advisor and UoM technical teams to ensure that all program activities and deliverables are programmatically sound and of the highest technical quality;
    16. Ensure that regular quarterly, semi-annual and annual program reports, requested by the national programme and donor are accurate, highest quality, and timely;
    17. Serve as a member of the senior management team and PHDA, providing input for decision making and action planning and communicate these organizational decisions to project staff accordingly;
    18. Work closely with the organisational team members to ensure that quality management is well integrated into both project interventions and internal processes and procedures;
    19. Provide day-to-day supervision to technical staff and ensure that the quality of the work of the project team is of high standards;
    20. Contribute to the tracking of progress, analysis of data, and preparation of project reports for the donor; and participate in key meetings and presentations with external stakeholders;
    21. Participate in Global fund country proposal writing and PEPFAR COP processes to advocate for inclusion of HIV prevention agenda.

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    Team Lead

    Job Purpose

    The Team Lead – HIV Prevention will support to optimize the coverage and quality of HIV prevention programmes at national and sub national levels. The position will provide overall technical leadership and support in the design, planning and implementation of all HIV prevention programmes (including HIV testing services, Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission programme, key population programme, Adolescent and young people programme, PrEP programme, Voluntary Medical Male circumcision programme and condom programme) as well as integration of HIV prevention with sexual and reproductive health and other health and non-health sector. The position will collaborate closely with HIV prevention program leads at NASCOP and NACC, and other relevant stakeholders to achieve HIV prevention targets, utilize evidence and data to inform program strategy to address gaps. The position will be based at the project’s main office in Nairobi with significant travel to supported counties and sub counties.

    Qualification and Experience

    1. A minimum qualification of RCO/MSN/MBChB/MBBS/MD and Masters in public Health (MPh);
    2. 10 years of relevant experience in HIV prevention programming in Kenya;
    3. At least 5 years of progressive experience working in the health or development field in Kenya;
    4. A minimum of 5 years of experience in designing, implementing, managing, and leading HIV prevention programs for a large project involving multiple partners, stakeholders, and geographic target areas in Kenya;
    5. Previous experience in strengthening health systems and building capacity of program staff; and
    6. Proven experience in project development, planning and facilitating technical training;

    Key Responsibility

    1. Ensure increased coverage and uptake of HIV prevention services and achievement of the prevention goals, objectives and target of the country;
    2. Support the NASCOP and NACC in implementation of the HIV prevention roadmap for 2021-2025. In consultation with NASCOP and NACC prevention programme leaders, ensure timely implementation of HIV prevention strategies’ and activities to achieve the desired objectives of the individual prevention programmes;
    3. Support development and revision of programme guidance and standards for HIV prevention programmes;
    4. Assess prevention strategies for priority counties using checklist and dashboard indicators and support counties to implement strategies to address the gaps;
    5. Design and innovate project interventions to strengthen utilization of services by priority populations;
    6. Provide mentoring and technical support through joint visits in implementation of technical guidance and strategies in priority counties;
    7. Support coordination of HIV prevention response by activating and facilitating regular meetings of national level coordination committees and ensuring technical strategies and programme performance is discussed;
    8. Coordinate design, implementation and replication of evidence-based innovations in close collaboration with the Prevention focal person in each of the counties;
    9. Provide mentorship, capacity and supportive supervision to the field officers to achieve the project objectives and stay on track, ensure deliverables of the project in the clusters are met on time;
    10. Assist the team in planning, implementation, and evaluation of the ongoing HIV prevention programmes;
    11. Work closely with the management team and assist in the design and implementation of work plans to achieve the project objectives and goal;
    12. Facilitate communication and the sharing of HIV prevention resources and best practices among field staff, partners and potential collaborators;
    13. Coordinate in-house training activities in addition to scheduling the sharing of best practices with partners and stakeholders;
    14. Work closely with Project Director to ensure that regular quarterly, semi-annual and annual program reports, requested by the national programme and donor are accurate, highest quality, and timely;
    15. Provide day-to-day supervision to regional field officers and ensure that the quality of the work of the project team is of high standards;
    16. Participate in Global fund country proposal writing and PEPFAR COP processes to advocate for inclusion of HIV prevention agenda; and
    17. Perform other duties as assigned.

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    Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

    Job Purpose

    The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be responsible for supporting the monitoring and evaluation function of the project. The position will ensure that the national HIV prevention monitoring system is implemented in the priority counties, strengthen capacity of the county data collectors to understand the definitions of indicators, assess quality of the data collected and develop and implement plans to address the gaps, compile and analyze routine monitoring data and develop presentations for program use. The position will be based at the project’s main office in Nairobi with significant travel to counties, sub counties, health facilities and implementing partners.

    Qualification and Experience

    1. Masters or Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, Demography, Population Studies;
    2. A minimum of 7 years of experience of monitoring and evaluating HIV prevention programmes in Kenya;
    3. At least 5 years of experience in conducting surveys and research and analysis of survey/ research data;
    4. At least 5 years of experience of developing presentations, data dashboards using monitoring and evaluation data;
    5. Demonstrated experience of statistical packages and/ or data analysis software (e.g. SPSS, Excel, Epi Info, SMART, STAT 01) and advanced computer skills (word-processing, spread sheets, and databases) are a must; and
    6. Experience in working collaboratively with stakeholder – government and non-government.

    Key Responsibility

    • Support the implementation and integration of M&E system by all partners in the counties, and that quality is maintained;
    • Facilitate joint regular data quality assessment meetings to ensure that quality of data is good and QI/QM is implemented at the prevention programmes;
    • Support in the identification of prevention programme gaps using routine programme data, work with respective stakeholders to resolve the challenges and ensure a robust electronic information system;
    • Support NACSOP and NACC to ensure that HIV prevention programme data is collected and submitted timely by counties through the KHIS platform;
    • Support in conducting routine data quality checks on program data to address and resolve data errors;
    • Participate in the design, implementation, review and roll out of the national data tools;
    • Support in strengthening capacity of the data officers at different levels to understand the indicator definitions in all reporting tools pertaining to HIV prevention programmes;
    • Providing regular data analysis summaries with a view of giving the county strategic advantage and making informed decisions;
    • Participate in Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Working Groups (TWGs) at national and county level;
    • Support in implementation of surveys and surveillance activities related to HIV prevention;
    • Provide timely analyzed data, graphs, presentations to support reporting to the national programme; and,
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Method of Application

    Applications from qualified and interested candidates should be sent via e-mail to [email protected] . Applications should consist of an updated CV including names of three professional referees, with current daytime telephone contact and a cover letter
    indicating the position applied for in the subject header.
    All applications must be received no later than November 25, 2021.
    Partner for Health and Development in Africa (PHDA) is an equal opportunity employer.
    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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