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School of Public Health
College of Health Sciences, Makerere University

M&E Technical Advisor (2)

Date of Validity

Vacancy Details

Key Responsibilities:

  • §  Providing technical advice for strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation Systems and Continuous Quality Improvement initiatives for CDC supported Districts through training, mentorship, coaching and support supervision.
  • §  Participate in the development of training materials required to meet the training needs of the program.
  • §  Participate in the development of Performance Monitoring Plan and work plans for the program and support IPs in developing Evaluation and Performance Measurement Plans.
  • §  Conduct service quality assessments, data quality assessments and any other assessments, and train and mentor district and health facility staff to be able to conduct their own assessments.
  • §  Participate in the development of evaluation protocols and train and mentor MoH, district and health facility staff in the implementation of program evaluations.
  • §  Provide mentorship and coaching for the identified gaps and /or needs in the supported districts and health facilities
  • §  Actively participate in partner reporting activities for both national and PEPFAR reporting
  • §  Preparation of periodic reports on the Program activities.
  • §  Keep abreast of the updates relating to M&E and CQI of HIV/AIDS programs in Uganda and inform the program accordingly.

 Qualifications: Masters in any of the following disciplines:  Public Health, Health Services Management, Health Systems Strengthening, Global Health and Social Sciences

 Experience: At least more than 5 years of progressive experience in public health at the local and national level, experience in a Monitoring and Evaluation role for a health program as well as experience in providing technical assistance in capacity building initiatives of health programs. 

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