Monitoring and Evaluation Associate

Global Health Corps
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The Associate will work hand-in-hand with the Program and Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) teams to achieve Baylor- Malawi’s mission and objectives. The Associate will provide technical support to both the TSP and Tingathe Programs by assisting in program planning, M&E reporting, data quality assurance measures, research project support, contribution to study reports, USAID reporting, analysis on program data, and other programmatic support like documentation of successes, knowledge translation, and creating multi-media presentations (photo or video) both for patient education and promotional purposes. The Associate will play an integral role in the Baylor-Malawi team by providing support and technical experience to the Tingathe and TSP programs.

Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation Malawi (Baylor-Malawi) is a not-for-profit organization partnering with the Government of Malawi in the health sector. The mission is to improve the health and lives of HIV-infected children and families through high quality, high impact, ethical, state-of-the-art, comprehensive care and treatment, training of health professionals, and clinical research. Baylor-Malawi has an international reputation for innovative, evidence-based HIV service delivery programming.

Tingathe is an Outreach Program implemented by Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation –Malawi (BCM-CFM) that employs Community Health Workers (CHW) to improve HIV care in Malawi. The project provides support for HIV testing, clinical and health systems strengthening, mentorship, community education, training of clinical staff, and patient case management.

USAID has awarded a grant to Baylor-Malawi to support President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Programs in the Southern Africa Region (TSP Program) to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS in ten countries: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Focal countries are supported to reach ambitious UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals: 90% of HIV-infected individuals know their status; 90% of patients who know their status adhere to anti-retroviral therapy (ART); and 90% of patients on ART are virally suppressed by 2020. Through the TSP, Baylor-Malawi and its partners will provide technical assistance to regional HIV/AIDS programs and build the capacity of country teams to eventually take full ownership of the programs.

This position is part of the Global Health Corps fellowship. Global Health Corps (GHC) is a leadership development organization focused on building the next generation of diverse, disruptive global health leaders. Founded in 2009, we competitively recruit talented professionals (ages 21-30) from a range of sectors and backgrounds and place them in high-impact roles within partner organizations — including Clinton Health Access Initiative, Partners in Health, Planned Parenthood Global, and Government Ministries in Zambia, Rwanda, and Uganda — working on the front lines of health equity in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the US, and Zambia.

Monitoring & Evaluation:
Set and monitor success metrics and quality assurance measures
Assist with development of program tools and data collection methods
Oversee and contribute to programmatic data collection
Assist with data management and analysis
Assist with the completion of USAID M&E reporting requirements
Assist with implementation of study protocols (recruitment, data collection, data quality audits)
Support research projects and contribute to study reports
Organizational learning:
Contribute to knowledge translation, including documentation of successes and writing program narratives
Inform opportunities for programmatic improvement, including Quality Improvement (QI) activities, as well as new program planning, based on past lessons learned
Document and create multi-media write ups, presentations for patient educational and promotional purposes

Skills and Experience
Items indicated with an asterisk (*) are required:
Bachelor’s degree*
Preferred: Bachelor’s or master’s degree in epidemiology, statistics, program management, public health, social sciences, or related subjects
Strong quantitative and qualitative data analysis skills*
Experience designing data collection tools, especially in a programmatic context*
Excellent written and oral communication skills*
Experience summarizing findings or lessons learned in an accessible written format for internal or external audiences (e.g., knowledge translation, donor reporting, or stakeholder trainings)
Experience with HIV mitigation and treatment programs and/or PEPFAR indicators and reporting
Data research skills, including data collection, analysis, and quality audits
Experience creating monitoring and evaluation metrics for programmatic assessment or improvement
Experience creating multi-media educational programming highly valued, including experience with photography, Photoshop, videography, and/or video editing tools
Methodical, good attention to detail, and proven ability to complete projects in a timely manner
Ability to manage and complete numerous tasks with a high degree of organization
Ability to proactively identify and address issues and appropriately communicate these to project leadership
Ability to travel within country and internationally up to 50% of time