The Johns Hopkins University (Jhpiego) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Director in Zambia.
The Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Director will lead, coordinate and guide monitoring, evaluation and research activities across all of Jhpiego Zambia’s programs.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Director will perform the following functions-
- Provide leadership to Jhpiego/Zambia’s MER Unit, coordinating activities and guiding staff members in the Unit to produce high quality program monitoring and evaluation and research.
- Identify opportunities for publication, reporting or presentation for Jhpiego Zambia programs, and link program staff with opportunities.
- Mentor writing of abstracts among program staff; assist in the production of manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications with a variety of authors from Jhpiego Zambia office; assist in writing and reviewing technical reports.
- Support all Jhpiego program staff in abstract writing and monitor abstract submission and acceptance for the country office.
- Through supervision and direct support, provide technical input into all stages of research and program evaluation conducted by Jhpiego Zambia.
- Together with MER Unit, ensure successful implementation of program MER strategies and frameworks and prompt and high quality reporting of program results.
- In collaboration with the Country Director, program staff and the MER Unit, support development of proposals or other business development opportunities.
- Lead, coordinate and support program staff and MER officers to design and implement viable operations research and program evaluations.
- Lead, coordinate and mentor people within the MER Unit to ensure effective teamwork and professional development / career pathway.
Applicants must have-
- Master’s degree in public health or a social science with specialization in international health or equivalent experience, PhD preferred.
- 10 years’ experience in public health programs.
- Strong technical skills across a range of research and monitoring approaches, including ability to process and analyze data using one or more statistical software packages, including at least one of the following: SPSS, SAS, Stata, MS Access.
- In-depth understanding of evolving international health priorities and donor expectations for program results, outcomes, impact and reporting.
- Understanding of performance improvement and training techniques.
- Knowledge of and experience in the international health program development field, especially with international and U.S. donor agencies and private sector foundations.
- Ability to develop productive working relationships with counterparts in other agencies and organizations worldwide.
- Strong communication, presentation and writing skills.
- Strong management and supervisory skills.
- Ability to work in a complex environment with multiple tasks, short deadlines and intense pressure to perform.
- Ability to travel up to 30% and interact professionally in challenging environments.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, please visit Jhpiego.