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Strategic Information Officer (DREAMS): CHS/HR/STP/SIOD/01/2022
Centre for Health Solutions – Kenya (CHS) is an indigenous, not-for-profit organisation that utilises local expertise and strategic partnerships to ensure the implementation of evidence informed solutions and interventions to existing and emerging public health concerns.
CHS is currently sourcing for high calibre, self-motivated and dynamic individual to fill the position of Strategic Information Officer (DREAMS) in Siaya County, under CHS Shinda Tena project
Overall Job Function
Reporting to the SI Lead, the SI officer (DREAMS) will be responsible for Project-wide DREAMS program initiatives including the collation of Project level data and for leading the ward managers and program officers on flow and collection, data management, reporting, and dissemination. S/he will ensure rigorous data standards and quality, as well as compliance with donor and national HMIS reporting requirements. S/he will be responsible for DREAMS reporting to track and improve program performance on the behavioral, biomedical, and structural interventions. This includes CDC and PEPFAR reporting. S/he will collaborate with MOH and strengthen MOH systems capacity and ownership through mentors-hip. S/he will also assist with other data and M&E needs and requests as needed to support the SI department.
- The SI officer will Coordinate the process of data collection, processing, and storage in line with established policies and procedures
- Oversee the capture registered girls’ data in the DREAMS database by providing technical guidance to AGYW data entrants.
- Work closely with Regional teams to ensure availability of all necessary DREAMS tools at all times
- Monitor DREAMS progress to target by program area and segment for the Wards by routinely analyzing the data and providing feedback to the project staff and stakeholders
- Promote data use at all level of project and stakeholders
- Run DQAs and data checks for entries in the DREAMS Database to ensure the data is complete and free of error
- Mentor and train AGYW data entrants in entering data in the National Database
- Contribute in the review and/or development of monitoring and evaluation tools and systems that are responsive to data needs
- Organize and/or participate in SI related capacity building activities targeting CHS staff; health facility staff; and other stakeholders
- Work closely with other CHS staff and stakeholders to strengthen systems for monitoring beneficiary outcomes; monitoring quality of services; behavioral; biomedical; structural interventions; data quality assurance; and data collection, collation, analysis and dissemination Provide expertise in developing and/or review of indicators for monitoring and evaluation of program performance
- Ensure timely and proper implementation of the Ministry of Health’s (MoH) monitoring and evaluation guidelines including roll out of new tools in all CHS-supported Wards and Safe spaces
- Participate in research studies that may be undertaken by CHS or any of her collaborating partners
- Participate in joint quarterly support supervision of health facilities by CHMTs and CHS, Provide advice to MoH through participation in relevant technical working groups
- Document best M&E practices and disseminate the same to relevant stakeholders
- Provide lead in timely collection, cleaning and reporting of quarterly and other routine data to donors and other stakeholders
- Respond to ad hoc requests for collection and analysis of data when need arises
- Participate in regional and national stakeholders’ forums or conferences on health and give presentations during these meetings
- Bachelor’s degree in public health, biostatistics, statistics, monitoring and evaluation or an equivalent academic qualification from a recognized institution.
- At least three years’ experience in monitoring and evaluation of DREAMS programs in Kenya
Interested and qualified applicants are invited to email their applications and detailed CV with contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly quoting the position you are applying, and reference number as indicated in the subject line. Applications close on June 14, 2022. CVs will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Centre for Health Solutions – Kenya is an equal opportunity employer.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.