Monitoring Officer

Johns Hopkins University

Duties

I. Theory, Frameworks & Models
Demonstrates knowledge of public health, communication and/or social psychological theories.
Contributes to application of SBCC theory and models to RMEL studies and monitoring plans w/Support.

II. Research & Evaluation

Research Design
Support the development of R&E designs to fit the local context and programs based on monitoring data w/Support
Coordinates technical input from in-country MEL staff w/Support

Tools Development
Develops drafts of MEL quantitative and qualitative data collection tools w/Support
Coordinates the development of program partners' monitoring data collection tools w/Support
Develops mobile and electronic data collection tools w/Support

Field Work
Develops drafts of RFP for MEL data collection and reviews competitive proposals w/Support
Develops and implements field training w/Support
Coordinates MEL data collection and quality assurance in the field per approved IRB protocol w/Support

Dissemination
Contributes to the development of MEL reports and manuscripts (includes scientific writing) presentations, posters, blogs and other products, using writing that is accurate, clear with logical flow, and appropriate for different audiences, w/Support
Develops data visualization resources including from virtual dashboards for reports and other products w/Support
Presents MEL findings at external and internal meetings and conferences w/Support

III. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL)

Qualifications

Master's Degree (MPH, MSPH, MS) in communication, public health, or related behavioural science.
At least 3 years of program monitoring experience.
At least one year is relevant international-experience.

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