Enumerators at Jhpiego

40 Enumerators at Jhpiego

Jhpiego | Type: Job
Published: 2024-07-02 | Deadline: 2024-07-08


USAID Tubeho project background

USAID Tubeho is a five-year cooperative agreement building on past and current USAID investments to accelerate progress towards the reduction of maternal, newborn and child morbidity and mortality in Rwanda. To achieve this, the project, which contributes to USAID’s Country Development Cooperation Strategy and its Development Objectives, partners with the GOR and strengthens the capacity of the nation’s institutions and local organizations to improve equitable access and utilization of quality, evidence based, respectful MNCAH/FP/RH/malaria services.

USAID Tubeho Activity is implemented in 20 districts, the project supports 31 public hospitals, 334 health centers 783 health post and 9565 villages. The data collection will be conducted in selected district with 20 districts supported by USAID Project.

Rationale of data collection activity

USAID Tubeho is a critical initial step in its implementation and has developed a learning agenda to guide evidence-based implementation. The purpose of this evaluation is to establish a comprehensive understanding of the statas of RMNCAH and Malaria-related health outcomes, service delivery, and existing challenges within target communities. This information will serve as a reference point against which USAID Tubeho can measure the impact of our interventions over time. The expected use of this evaluation is to inform the design and implementation of effective strategies that address identified gaps and enhance RMNCAH, Malaria and GHS outcomes. The collected data will be analyzed and the findings will ultimately be contributing to the acceleration of progress towards healthier outcomes for mothers, newborns, children and adolescents in Rwanda. The assessment will be conducted to gauge the current landscape of Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH), malaria, and global health security services.

Scope of Work/Job specification:

To achieve the above objectives, Jhpiego is looking for qualified and highly motivated candidates of high moral character and professional integrity to fulfill the position of Enumerators and contribute to the successful execution of data collection.

Number: 40 enumerators (20 with clinical background e.g Nurses, Midwife, Medical doctor and 20 with non-clinical background)

Duty station: 20 districts supported by USAID Tubeho District

Duties and Responsibilities for Enumerators

The enumerator will undertake the following specific tasks:

  • Participate in the training of data collectors.
  • Collect quality data using both quantitative and qualitative tools/methods;
  • Enter and send timely collected data via allocated tablets;
  • Ensure that the data is collected from the right people;
  • Ensure that collected data reflects responses providers by respondents and that it is well captured in required format/software.
  • Document and communicate to the learning and research advisor issues encountered during data collection exercise;
  • Contribute to the interpretation of data and analysis where necessary.
  • Assess data to ensure that its confidentiality state and integrity are maintained throughout the time that it is in use.
  • Providing daily report about collected data and the site.

Minimum Qualifications and competencies:

  • Rwanda Citizen;
  • Holding a university degree, at least A1 in any field for no clinician enumerators
  • Holding a university degree, at least A1 in Nursing, Midwife and Medicine for clinician enumerators
  • Prior experience with quantitative and qualitative data collection on health-related topics
  • Prior experience in using tablets and recorders for data collection
  • Good communication skills in English and Kinyarwanda is required
  • Ability to maintain the anonymity/confidentiality and trust with people
  • Experience in using KoboCollect

ApplicationLink:https://jobs-jhpiego.icims.com/jobs/6237/enumerators/job  No Later than 08th july 2024 

Done at Kigali, June 8th 2024