FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in Health, Education, Nutrition, Environment, Economic Development, Civil Society, Gender, Youth, Research and Technology– creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 60 countries, all 50 U.S. states and all U.S. territories. To meet the needs of our rapidly expanding portfolio in Ghana, we seek a qualified candidate for the following position on our USAID: Accelerating Social and Behavior Change (ASBC) project in Ghana.
Job Title: M & E, Data Integration & Visualization Officer II
Accelerating Social and Behavior Change Project (ASBC) seeks to promote measurable and sustainable social, and behavior change in 17 priority districts in the areas of malaria, family planning, nutrition, maternal and child health and emerging infectious diseases in target populations (women of reproductive age, newborns, children <5, adolescents/youth <25 and others). The ASBC project activities are designed to: 1) promote sustainability of a capacitated Ghana Health Service- Health Promotion Division (Result 1); 2) improve health-seeking behavior change and impact at individual and community levels (Result 2); and 3) promote private enterprise and CSO support for the public health agenda (Result 3).
The Monitoring, Evaluation Data Integration and Visualization Officer will be a mid-level member of the project team and work with regional and local NGO partners, Ghana Health Service, community organizations, USAID and others, etc. to achieve the implementation of an integrated health program encompassing malaria, nutrition, water and sanitation (WASH), maternal and child health (MNCH) and family planning and reproductive health.
- Lead the development of a project database with analytical dashboards using open-source web-based platforms e.g. DHIS2
- Create designs to support the presentation of reports and statistical data using infographics and other interactive media.
- Develop analytic dashboards, activity trackers and visualizers to aid performance evaluation of ASBC programs and activities.
- Assist in the implementation of the monitoring, evaluation, and Learning plan for the project.
- Summarize, analyze and interpret data for monitoring project activities, including the use of digital visualization and infographics.
- Assist in training project team members and partners on data visualization (and use) and related topics.
- Monitor the implementation of project specific M&E activities ensuring compliance with set standards, checking and correcting the quality of systems and data.
- Assist in the preparation of quarterly and annual reports to donor and stake holders in accordance with specified timelines.
- A minimum of a university degree in social science, social science research, research methodologies, program evaluation or related field.
- 3-6-years’ experience in data visualization and web-based data dashboard creation and maintenance, as well as designing graphics translating data into easily digestible reports and images.
- 3-5 experience in the development and navigating a DHIS2 database will be an advantage.
- Demonstrated experience in qualitative and quantitative formative and baseline/endline research including the creation and management of data dashboards and visualization of data of broadly comparable size and scope social and behavior change project.
- Knowledge and relevant coursework on standard statistical analysis, including measures of central tendency, trend analysis, correlations, probabilities, etc.
How To Apply
Interested candidates may submit CV/resume and cover letter, including salary requirements by following the below application instructions.
- Go to https://www.fhi360.org/careers , 2. Click on Search Jobs , and search for the position numbers assigned to each position, 3. Create an account and follow the application instructions.
Note: Availability of all positions are contingent upon funding and approval of key personnel.