|Company||The Aurum Institute (Lesotho)|
|Location||Maseru, Maseru, Lesotho|
The Aurum Institute is offering great opportunities to suitably qualified and experienced staff in Lesotho to contribute towards our mission to improve the health of people and communities through innovation in Global Health Research and Systems.
We are focused on research, support and implementing integrated approaches to managing TB and HIV. The following positions are available and we encourage you to apply, should you have the necessary experience, skills and qualifications relevant to each role.
Confirmation of employment is contingent upon Aurum being the successful bidder on the project
|Job Functions||Analysis,Analytics,Data Analysis,Data Management,Management|
|Industries||Healthcare,Ngo / Non-Profit|
Technical Work Responsibilities
Develop surveillance approach for key PEPFAR indicators, including HIV recency testing.
Analyse programme data and report on trends to internal and external stakeholders; Analyse and trend data assets.
Support the scoping, conceptualisation and development of the Aurum data warehouse.
Programme governance and risk tracking.
Internal and external reporting.
Internal and external stakeholder relationship management.
Ensure an in-depth understanding of the sector, Funder and Aurum monitoring and reporting requirements.
Develop and refine various data collection instruments (both quantitative and qualitative), and maintain a results database to aggregate data.
Gather project and programme data to monitor and track Work Plan progress and performance across divisional programmes.
Collate information into the relevant Programme Portfolios of Evidence.
Collaborate with Monitoring and Reporting Manager & Strategic Information Director to develop overall Aurum Data management strategy as well as the divisional specific DM strategies.
Business intelligence/analytics application scoping, planning and evaluation of existing data management systems (e.g. DHIS2 dashboards, PowerBI, Tableau) to support development, update and addition of new features.
Analyse and evaluate project status and progress data and information and proactively identify potential risks to quality and timeframe of delivery.
Serve as one of the primary contact people for all monitoring and reporting related work including information-gathering processes for results and performance reports, briefings, summaries, papers, presentations, etc. for various audiences as needed.
Bachelor’s degree in Business management, computer science, statistics, social sciences, public health, or equivalent.
Monitoring and evaluation training
At least 5 years programme management experience, of which 2 years in a monitoring and reporting capacity in a related sector.
Contracts and service and management experience an advantage.
Excellent knowledge of principles and current approaches to monitoring and evaluation.
Previous experience on development work with a focus on marginalized groups like key population, those affected and infected by HIV/AIDS, the disabled, orphaned and vulnerable children, women and the old.
Sound understanding of development issues, current issues, debates and dynamics in HIV/AIDS, gender, child welfare and community development.
Strong background in research methods, and experience in the design, conduct and analysis of research studies and programme evaluation (quantitative and/or qualitative).
Experience in capacity-building efforts and work with colleagues in diverse cultures.
Computer literacy with demonstrated use of statistical analysis, MS Office, particularly PowerPoint and Excel as well as familiarity/fluency in one or more of PowerBI, Tableau, R, Epi Info, DHIS2, Microsoft SQL server and SPSS.
Previous managerial experience to work collaboratively with colleagues as a team to achieve organisational goals.
|Job Closing Date||28/02/2020|