Right to Care
Right to Care is a Johannesburg based nonprofit (section 21 company), with a vision that all HIV-positive patients receive high quality treatment, care and support, improving their quality of life and productivity. Right to Care has the following vacancies and encourages suitably qualified candidates to apply.
Right to Care seeks to appoint a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (M&E), based in Centurion, Pretoria.
The Officer will report to the M&E Manager
- Enhance M&E capacity among staff and sub-recipient partner organisations in the programme, to ensure accountability, facilitate planning and strengthen service delivery.
- Provide M&E technical assistance, strategic guidance, training and practical support to staff and sub-recipients.
- Document and continuously improve Right to Care’s M&E system relating to the programme.
- Collect, verify, collate and analyse data on performance indicators from programme staff and programme partners.
- Perform Data Quality checks on submitted aggregate Monthly Reports from Sub-Recipient Partners, either on the Excel reporting templates and/or the RightMax system.
- Conduct routine and on-going Quality Assurance checks on record-level patient data in RightMax.
- Assist with data entry of record-level patient data into RightMax database.
- Closely monitor data quality by means of routine and periodic data quality assessments.
- Assist M&E Manager with on-site Data Trace and Verifications.
- Assist M&E Manager with assessing partners’ M&E and data management systems and capacity, and implementing capacity-building initiatives.
- Provide M&E Manager with data needed for quarterly reports to Global Fund, PEPFAR, NDoH and RtC leadership.
- Tertiary qualification in health, public health, social sciences, behavioural sciences, or related field;
- Formal training in M&E and background in data management;
- Two years experience in managing HIV/AIDS-related electronic data;
- Two years experience in data verification/quality assurance;
- One year experience in managing staff will be an advantage;
- One year experience in training / facilitation;
- Knowledge of M&E HIV/AIDS/TB integration, MMC, HIV service delivery and/or civil society capacity building;
- Knowledge of international donor-funded M&E requirements, Global Fund and/or PEPFAR experience preferred;
- Experience in working with DoH data/M&E systems, from patient-record level to DHIS level, will be an advantage;
- Technical and Behavioural Competencies Required:
- Above-average computer literacy including MS-Office suite
- Strong knowledge of HIV/AIDS
- Proficiency in English
- Attention to detail
- Aptitude for, and interest in, numbers
- Good interpersonal and time management skills
- Above-average logical and analytical thinking
- Ability to work independently
- Must have valid driver’s license and own car.
- Willing and able to travel extensively, including flying and overnight trips.
- Flexibility in terms of working hours, including after-business hours if required, especially during site visits and during deadline periods.
To apply, submit a CV and motivational letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax to 086 433 2646.
Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.
Should you not receive a response to your application from Right to Care within one month of this advert being placed, kindly consider your application as being unsuccessful. We nonetheless want to thank you for your interest shown in our organisation.
Applicants will be expected to pass a series of tests (numerical, logical and technical skills and knowledge) as a prerequisite for an interview. Tests can be written at our offices in Johannesburg, Centurion, Bethlehem, or Nelspruit, but interviews will be conducted in Johannesburg/Centurion only. Travel arrangements and costs are to be covered by the applicant.
For more about Right to Care, refer to www.righttocare.org.
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