Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEAL) Assistants
Reports to: Gender Officer
Program: Fahari Ya Jamii Project – Nairobi County
The Partnership for a HIV Free Generation (HFG) is a local NGO working closely with local communities, implementing partners, Government of Kenya and public-private partners at county, and national level. The main mission of the organization is to inspire and empower Kenyan youth to live healthy and productive lives through evidence informed interventions and partnerships.
HFG has been sub-granted by USAID Fahari Ya Jamii Project to implement GBV interventions within 11 health facilities in Nairobi County. HFG seeks to recruit Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEAL) Assistants for the Fahari Ya Jamii Project.
MEAL Assistants will work under supervision of Gender Officer to ensure routine complete, timely and accurate data is collected from the Fahari ya Jamii supported health facilities.
– Collection, cleaning, and entry of HFG Fahari ya Jamii data from health facilities and entry into the project database;
– Assisting the Gender Project Assistant to conduct DQA’s, routine support supervision visits and mentorship on documentation;
– Ensuring that appropriate, data collection tools are available in all supported sites/safe spaces/household and health facilities and maintain clear, updated tracking record of tools;
– Ensuring that data is available for entry into the project database on time and according to the data calendar within deadlines;
– Perform data recording/documentation, entry, and quality checks on regular schedule and under the guidance of the project team;
– Support the project by conducting monthly site level data analysis and synthesis and data review meetings in respective sites to inform provision of services;
– Ensuring proper filing for referral forms as well as the participants registers and check for complete documentation in the files on weekly basis;
– Review data in relevant registers for completeness, accuracy, and consistency;
– Assisting in preparation of weekly and monthly data summaries;
– Assisting in generation and update site dashboards and track performance on monthly basis;
– Must be able to maintain confidence of the clients and patients’ information within the sites and health facilities;
– Review collated data, raise queries with technical team as appropriate, follow up to ensure queries are properly addressed and resolved;
– Perform other related duties as required by the supervisor from time to time;
Required minimum qualifications and experience:
– Diploma in any of the following disciplines: Health Records, Computer studies, Statistics, M&E, and any other data science related fields;
– Must have excellent computer skills. Experience in data entry and management including high proficiency in Excel, including intermediate knowledge of VLOOKUP/MATCH/INDEX and other matching functions;
– Experience in data visualization applications;
– Two years experience in M&E;
– Knowledge of and interpretation of key indicators in GBV and HIV/AIDS programming;
– Experience managing large and complex data sets. Experience in data extraction, cleaning, and analysis;
– Excellent training and capacity building/ facilitation skills;
– Ability to work independently and to proactively identify and address data issues and to meet strict deadlines;
– Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to multitask.
How to apply
All interested candidates should send their resume and a cover letter stating salary expectation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The resumes should not exceed three pages in length and should be in chronological order starting with the most recent experience. The resume should include a minimum of three current referees with their contact information. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.
HFG is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers all applicants on the basis of merit.
Disclaimer: Please take note that the Partnership for a HIV Free Generation (HFG) does not ask for any fees in connection with its recruitment processes. In the event that you receive any request for payment of any sort, please get in touch with us on Cell: 0732776764 or report to the nearest police.