Data Visualization Specialist will support the Project Monitoring and Accountability (PMA) project to prepare, and build others’ capacity to prepare, a wide range of data visualizations related to family planning, and potentially other health issues (maternal and newborn health, water and sanitation, etc.). Candidates must possess creative and adaptive thinking skills, be resourceful, and have a passion for conveying a wide range of information, including complex analytic findings, through polished and engaging reports and visuals.
The successful candidate will work collaboratively with the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, which will be leading the technical portion of PMA 2.0, and the local implementing partners who will be conducting the surveys. He/she will need to be able to clearly communicate research findings through project briefs, adapted data visualizations, interactive charts, infographics and other tools for multiple audiences (advocates, implementers, policy makers, donors, etc.). He/she will identify the best opportunities to use data analysis, graphic design and/or programming expertise to visually depict monitoring and implementation research data accurately and in ways that are accessible, engaging, actionable, innovative, and relevant to target audiences.