Community SIE Assistant
- Post Date:March 23, 2021
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- Career Level AssistantQualification DegreeExperience 1-3 Years
- Industry Health Care
Type of Contract: Fixed Term Contract
The Organization for Public Health Interventions and Development (OPHID) PVO 31/16 develops and implements innovative approaches and strategies to strengthen HIV Care and Treatment services in Zimbabwe, by providing enhanced access for communities to comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment. OPHID, works with the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) in implementing these interventions. OPHID is looking for suitably qualified and motivated individuals to fill the following post:
The Community SIE Assistant will provide overall support to the rollout of the community component of the TASQC program, particularly its Community Management Information System (C-SIS) while maintaining a close liaison with the District SIE Officer and DPO. The position is responsible for setting up and managing the C-SIS for the generation and utilization of quality program data at community level Service Delivery Points (SDPs) as well as ensuring that data are accurately entered and reported timely onto the program database and DATIM.
- Support the implementation of district community and facility level Strategic Information & Evaluation (SIE/M&E) activities for HIV programs;
- Assist the facilities in adopting national HIV SIE/M&E systems, guidelines, and standard best practices on data quality;
- Provide timely and accurate data dashboards to the facilities on community data to support a data driven approach to resolving community level challenges in the HIV program;
- Support the rollout and implementation of a minimum package of SIE activities at facility level and community levels (standard SIE package)
- Support facilities and community level (SDPs) to implement a standard records management (paper based and electronic – including flow), retention and archiving system for all facility and SDP records (registers, MRFs, tally sheets, patient care booklets, reports etc);
- Support facilities to implement routine EPMS/EHR/electronic record audits and ensure electronic records are always up to date;
- Support the reporting, data analysis and utilization of data at community level;
- Support the installations and configurations of the electronic tools, hardware and software for use by the CHSNs, COACs and COAs;
- Maintain a database of the status and functionality of these gadgets and routine checking;
- Liaise with the DSIEO and DHIS2 programmer in troubleshooting any challenges experienced by the users of the community reporting system;
- Lead the facility level data deep dives through on side training of DECs/Data Collectors;
- Doing Data validation and entry on the Deep Dives;
- Managing the electronic booking and reporting system for community level activities.
- A Degree/HND in Information Systems, Computer science, is a requisite qualification;
- A certificate, or diploma in M&E is an added advantage;
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience and demonstrated practical skills in monitoring health care and support programs;
- Demonstrated working knowledge of information systems and hardware, quantitative data collection systems, including familiarity with processes of strengthening district level M&E capacity, and data analysis using Advanced Excel, or any other data analysis software;
- Experience working with multiple stakeholders and familiarity with PEPFAR indicators and reporting requirements will be an added advantage.
For a detailed advert with the application process, visit our website on www.ophid.org/opportunities
- Step 1: Complete the Application Form here:
- Step 2: Submit your cv and application letter via email to: [email protected] clearly indicating the position you are applying for on the subject of the email.
OPHID and its Consortium partners are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate against any employee or job applicant on the basis of race, political affiliation, religion, tribe, national origin, gender, physical or mental disability, health status (including HIV status) or age.
Deadline: 28 March 2021