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School of Public Health
College of Health Sciences, Makerere University

Management Information Systems Advisor (1)

Date of Validity

Vacancy Details

Key Responsibilities

·Works with CDC supported implementing partners to provide technical and program support to the collection, cleaning, aggregation, analysis and submission of the quarterly, Semi-annual (SAPR) and Annual reports (APR)

·Works with the various program teams to ensure activity work plans and monitoring plans are properly implemented and results documented.

·Participates in data collection and analysis, training of staff and CDC implementing partners in PEPFAR M&E protocols and tools and assists in the dissemination of information for timely utilization by OGAC, PEPFAR related USG agencies, implementing partners, and key stakeholders.  

·Guides efforts to streamline and standardize CDC Implementing partner reporting efforts through dialogue on reporting processes and routine monitoring of the quality, accuracy, and consistency of reporting. 

·Supports the CDC Strategic Information teams to build capacity and utilization of key Information Systems including SIMS, DATIM and the National DHIS2

·Utilizes appropriate data management systems to monitor indicators for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care activities. 

·Analyzes quarterly programmatic data entered by implementing partners into PEPFAR’s

·Data for Accountability Transparency and Impact (DATIM) online platform.

·Provides assistance to the PEPFAR team in interpreting data on indicators, targets and results.

· Responds to requests from CDC Strategic Information teams, Implementing partners and national stakeholders for information and technical assistance on strategies for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care activities.  

·Responds to other program related duties as assigned by the Program Manager and/or the Deputy Program Manager.



A Master’s degree in one of the following disciplines: Health Sciences; Social Sciences; Applied Mathematics, Information Science or a strongly related discipline is required.

Experience: At least five years of progressive and responsible experience in public health at the local, national, experience working with U.S. Government agencies on PEPFAR-funded projects and work experience in an M&E capacity building position. Expertise in supporting health projects related to HIV or health systems strengthening would be an asset.

How to apply: 

Interested persons should send their applications with current CV and academic papers, stating two referees and their contacts.

The application should be addressed to the Principal Investigator; Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Support Program, not later than Thursday 18th April 2019, 5.00 pm, Ugandan time.

Submit a hard copy of the application at the Reception desk, METS Offices, Plot 20A Kawalya Kaggwa Close Kololo. Ensure that you register after submitting the application.

NB: Only candidates shortlisted will be contacted for the interview