JSI is a US-based public health nonprofit organization dedicated to providing high-quality technical and managerial assistance programs throughout the world. In Ethiopia, JSI has been working to improve health outcomes for more than 25 years, implementing more than 60 projects and working in every region. JSI has historically managed a large portfolio of projects focusing on the quality, and equity in access of, RMNCAH services, primary health care (PHC) including community health program, digital health, health information systems (HIS), supply chain management, public health emergency responses, and social and behavior change.
USAID Quality Healthcare Activity (QHA) aims at improving health outcomes through improved readiness of health facilities to deliver quality reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH) services, increased management and accountability for quality service delivery, and restoration of services in health facilities in conflict-affected areas. QHA’s strategies and implementation approaches will help Ethiopia’s government build responsive, resilient, and sustainable public and private healthcare systems. QHA will cover urban and peri-urban primary health care units (PHCU) and referral health facilities in select regions and woredas. The Activity, through funding support from USAID, will be implemented by JSI in collaboration with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), MSI Reproductive Choices (MSI), Project HOPE, and Network of Ethiopian Women’s Associations (NEWA) for five years (May 01, 2023 – April 30, 2028)
The Learning, Monitoring, and Evaluation (LME) Intern typically involves supporting the QHA in analyzing and interpreting data related to monitoring and evaluation processes. This may include collecting, cleaning, and organizing data, conducting statistical analysis, and assisting in the creation of reports and visualizations. The LME Intern will work closely with the LME team to ensure data accuracy and integrity, particularly the data management system. The LME Intern will also contribute to the development and implementation of data collection tools and methodologies.
Throughout the internship, the LME Intern will have the opportunity to gain practical experience in data analysis techniques, learn about monitoring and evaluation methodologies, and contribute to the overall improvement of QHA effectiveness. Excellent analytical skills, proficiency in data analysis software, and a strong attention to detail are key qualities for success in this role.
- Support data cleaning for the QHA baseline assessment, follow-up surveys, and operational research.
- Importing and exporting data from different sources.
- Organize raw data for analysis including formatting, labeling, filtering, sorting, etc.
- Cleaning and formatting data using statistical software such as SPSS or Stata.
- Creating and maintaining data dictionaries.
- Formatting data in a consistent and user-friendly way.
- Conducting exploratory data analysis to identify trends and patterns.
- Creating visualizations and reports to communicate the findings to stakeholders.
- Providing technical support to program staff on data collection and analysis.
- Conducting statistical and geospatial data analysis using appropriate data analysis techniques.
- Support Area Implementation team to identify and address data quality issues.
- Support the team in conducting RDQAs.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Interested applicants who meet the minimum requirements should send and apply at THIS LINK. please submit your application letter with your CV in English detailing your experience and skills that are relevant to the post.
Please do not attach copies of your transcripts, academic degrees, or recommendation letters with the application. You will provide them upon request.
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