NOTE: This position is contingent upon donor funding. Botswana citizens are encouraged to apply.
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PATH seeks a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Technical Lead for an anticipated U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)–funded HIV project in Botswana. The HIV project will support the closing of HIV and TB clinical cascade coverage gaps for all populations and help Botswana reach the 95-95-95 targets for HIV prevention, care, and treatment.
- Oversee all strategic information, research, monitoring, evaluation, learning, and quality assurance/continuous quality improvement components of the project.
- Design and implement the project’s Evaluation and Performance Management Plan (EPMP) and corresponding monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system, integrating both PEPFAR MER indicators and other indicators, to capture timely, accurate data for project stakeholders at all levels.
- Contribute to work plans, quarterly and annual project performance reports, financial reports, and other deliverables summarizing project results and evidence, in coordination with the Principal Investigator and other project staff.
- Ensure project data reporting requirements are met, including ensuring timely, high-quality submissions to U.S. Government reporting systems (such as the Integrated Patient Monitoring System; Data for Accountability, Transparency, and Impact; and other PEPFAR reporting systems).
- Contribute substantively to the project knowledge management system for identifying, capturing, disseminating, and applying/validating lessons learned and best practices.
- Guide quality assurance/continuous quality improvement activities for the project with use of data and research findings to improve project implementation, in coordination with the Principal Investigator and other project staff.
- Supervise and build capacity of the project M&E staff to ensure adherence to standards and best practices for M&E across the project, including data quality and use.
- Provide M&E training and ongoing technical assistance to local implementing partners to ensure high-quality data collection, transmission, analysis, and use for timely decision-making and report-writing.
- Collaborate with key government health leaders at district and national level and project staff to plan M&E activities, budgets, timelines, and level-of-effort requests.