Project Manager (Strategic Information) Wrhi - Gophelega


Project Manager (Strategic Information) WRHI - GophelegaAJ Personnel Mid4 to 6 yearsBasicFull TimeSkillsCommunication Computer Skills Computing Healthcare Management Medical DescriptionMain purpose of the job:To lead the formulation of the monitoring and reporting strategy in line with the donor, DoH, and organizational objectives and lead and co-ordinate organizational responses to donor requestsLocation:Pretoria TshwaneKey performance areas:Assess the need for and develop Data Quality Improvement interventions in the allocated health districtProvide guidance to SIOs towards appropriate collection and reporting of USAID Programmes routine output data and data managementProvide M&E technical assistance, as required, to RHIs projectsIdentify and implement efficiencies in data collection, compilation, review, reporting, feedback, and action plansParticipate in the implementation of M&E needs assessments for the allocated districtReview DHIS, TIER.net, and TB data to identify gaps in the sub-district and district M&E systemsWork with the DMs, SIOs, and technical teams to develop M&E activities in response to the specific needs and priorities of the districtIn conjunction with the DM and M&E team, develop annual work plans for the position, and timelines for implementing the proposed activitiesParticipate in data verification and reporting activitiesOversee, and co-ordinate the timely and accurate submission of data for program and donor reportingImplement, monitor, and review the allocated M&E activities (including TIER.net and NIDS rollouts)Provide technical support to the M & E staff - Appropriate reporting of data to the DATIM (facility, district, AND RHI levels) - Extraction of information from the DHIS, TIER.net, and TB data for monitoring purposesProvide data quality support to districts on priority PEPFAR indicatorsWork with M & E on preparation for quarterly reporting on DATIMRevise activities based on the DATIM data, implementation experiences, and program feedbackGenerate timely reports from DATIMParticipate in regular feedback and planning sessions with districts, managers, and M & EConduct presentations on PEPFAR indicator progress monitoringCapacitate M & E and clinical teams on PEPFAR reporting requirements, indicator definitions and conduct verification of decanting data for PEPFAR submissionProvide management with data requestsSupport preparation of JPPM by providing data required for presentationSupport districts with target setting initiativesSupport programs with COP target setting and reportingAct as the first point of contact in assisting DoH managers at the sub-district & district levels with data-related issues or mentoringMaintain accurate records to document processes and outputCommunicate clearly and effectively with all levels of the institute staff around programmatic inputs and outputsCommunication with local, regional, and international collaborators and stakeholders including donors and sponsors when and if requiredParticipate in and contribute to the development and achievement of the institutes corporate goals and objectivesRespond to data quality queriesAttend to all staffing requirements and administrationParticipate in the recruitment processes of district-based M&E staff (including the development and marking of competency assessments)Supervise and manage the duties of subordinates to ensure optimal staff utilization and maintenance of sound labor relationsPerform and facilitate performance development and assessmentsIdentify substandard performance by team members and take necessary corrective actionCoach and train subordinates and team members to ensure the acquisition of knowledge and skills required by the organizationPromote harmony, teamwork, and sharing of informationTake ownership and accountability for tasks and demonstrates effective self-managementFollow through to ensure that quality and productivity standards of own work are consistently and accurately maintainedMaintain a positive attitude and respond openly to feedbackTake ownership of driving your own career development by participating in ongoing training and development activities such as conferences, workshops, etc.Required minimum education and training:Degree in an appropriate disciplineProficiency in Microsoft officeExcellent data analysis and presentation skillsRequired minimum work experience:4 years experience within Data Management in a public health-related environment of which 1 should be at a management levelExperience working with monitoring and evaluation programs1-year of experience working with donor-driven programsExperience with qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysisAbility to develop data cleaning and storage systems and create databasesExperience working at various levels of data collection and conducting routine data quality auditsExperience with the DHIS, Tier.Net, TB data, and other DoH data systemsExperience writing reports for internal use and for external stakeholders such as the Department of HealthDemonstrated ability to build the capacity of staff members on monitoring & evaluation systemsExperience in implementing and supervising quality improvement workExperience in clinical systems and data managementExperience in change managementDesirable additional education, work experience, and personal abilities:Experience working with target setting, writing grant proposals and protocols, and providing training/capacity buildingDemonstrated leadership, management, and change management ability, including the ability to manage a diverse teamBe a proactive agent influencing positive change with external stakeholders with the ability to develop and maintain relationships at all levels of RHI and partner organizationsPositive, energetic team leader with an ability to adapt to complex situations, manage stress, deliver goals pro-activelyOrganized with a thorough and accurate approach to work, attention to detailDemands of the job:May be required to work at sites that are under-resourcedWorking overtime and on weekends may be required Must be able to work in time-constrained, highly pressurized deadline-driven environmentsValid Drivers license and own vehicle required. Local travel will be requiredCommunications and relationships:Excellent communication skills (both written and oral) in English Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal stakeholders at all levels within the organization, as well as all external stakeholders Work with Institute management, subordinates, and support staff as well as DOH and donorsTO APPLY:Only if you do meet the minimum job requirements and experience as mentioned above, you may submit a detailed updated CV.Please Apply Online and complete your registration on Ditto Hire (our application tracking system) to enable and protect you as a candidate to accept the new POPIA terms and conditions. This will then create your permanent profile with which you can apply for all jobs as advertised by AJ PERSONNEL. However, you may remove your profile from AJ PERSONNEL when you are no longer in the job market.AJ Personnel is fully POPIA Compliant.Please take note that the applicants who do not adhere to the above criteria will not be considered for the respective position.The closing date for all applications:07 April .Wits Health Consortium will only respond to shortlisted candidates.Candidates who have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date can consider their applications to be unsuccessful.Note WHC, in accordance with their Employment Equity goals and plan, will give preference to suitable applicants from designated groups as defined in the Employment Equity Act 55 of and subsequent amendments thereto.PLEASE NOTE: Our Client, WHC - RHI, maintains mandatory Covid-19 requirements, and as such only Covid-19 vaccinated incumbents will be considered for positions.Please note:AJ Personnel is only responsible for advertising of the advertisement on behalf of their client Wits Health Consortium.AJ Personnel does not have any salary or other information regarding the position.Company DescriptionBackgroundThe Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute (Wits RHI) is a renowned African-led research institute that seeks solutions to Africas health challenges.It is located within the University of the Witwatersrand and addresses some of the greatest public health concerns affecting our region, including HIV and its related problems, sexual and reproductive health, and vaccinology.
Posted
05/05/2022
Location
Pretoria, GT, ZA