The Alliance of Mayors Initiative for Community Action on HIV /AIDS (AMICAALL) through funding from CANGO will be implementing an HIV Prevention Program targeting priority Key Population groups - (MSM, FSW, PWIDs and Transport Workers) in ESwatini, AMICAALL therefore has open vacancies for suitable candidates for the following positions:
2. MONITORING ti EVALUATION (MOE) ASSISTANT
(1) Under the supervision of the Project Coordinator and the M&E Officer, the M&E Assistant will be responsible for the monitoring of HIV preventionactivities and ensuring high quality and timely inputs to project reports.
• Develop program evaluation framework to assess the strengths of the program and to identify areas for improvement; • Maintain data flow and report flow maps including ensuring that the team understands and comply to the data and reporting flow maps; • Training and mentoring of data collectors at community level on data quality management standards; • Conduct data verification and spot-checks for data quality assurance and address data quality issues as they emerge; • Conduct internal periodic data quality audits • Collect, aggregate and analyses program data for monthly, quarterly, semi-annually and annual progress reports on all project activities;
• Bachelor's Degree in Social sciences, preferably statistics, demographics, Economics, or Computer sciences • 3 years' minimum work experience developing and implementing M & E systems and activities • Experience in data management • Experience implementing quantitative evaluations • Competency in data analysis Software such as Excel, SPPS, STATA, GIS, and/or Power BI • Experience with donor funded projects an added advantage • Proficient in both written and spoken English and SiSwati
Interested applicants should submit their covering letter and Resume with certified copies of their academic certificates. Application can be either hand delivered at the NCO LaMvelase building Mancini or email to The National Director AMICAALL amicaallncoPgmail.com Further correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates.
CANGO is a membership-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) operating in the Kingdom of Swaziland with a membership base of over 70 NGOs. CANGO is a registered NGO established in 1983 originally as a network of Primary Healthcare NGOs. Members of CANGO consists of NGOs/FBOs/CBOs registered in Swaziland, whose orientation is not to make profit, subscribe annually to CANGO and construct the General Membership.
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