Analyst, HIV Prevention
South Africa (South Africa)
Analyst, HIV Prevention
- South Africa
- Full Time
- Program (Division)
- Country Programs - South Africa
The Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (CHAI) is a global health organization committed to saving lives and reducing the burden of disease in low-and middle-income countries, while strengthening the capabilities of governments and the private sector in those countries to create and sustain high-quality health systems that can succeed without our assistance. For more information, please visit: http://www.clintonhealthaccess.org
CHAI South Africa’s HIV Prevention program:
The CHAI-SA HIV Prevention program supports the National Department of Health (NDoH) to ensure that performance of the HIV prevention efforts are conducted and monitored efficiently and effectively. This is done through the provision of technical assistance in the implementation of the national combination HIV prevention policy, guidelines, and operational plan, development of strategic documents and tools, including training and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) to support critical management systems and to galvanize key stakeholders coordination.
CHAI is seeking a dynamic, results-oriented individual with strong quantitative and analytical skills to support with the implementation of NDoH HIV prevention program scale up. Candidates must have excellent communication and writing skills, be able to function independently, be extremely self-motivated and have a strong commitment to excellence. The Analyst will provide support to NDoH both strategically and analytically in the delivery of the program.
The Analyst will be based in Pretoria and will report to the HIV Prevention Program Manager.
- Support the monitoring of combination prevention program performance and outcomes, starting with PrEP, including monthly data collection, analysis, and reporting/presentation internally, to government and other partners, and donors.
- Analysis and quantification of implementation trends by districts and provinces.
- Conducting routine field supervision visits, and support the review and facilitation of M&E trainings and engagements.
- Support NDoH with implementation and monitoring of the National rollout of the HIV Prevention program workstreams.
- Support the documentation and dissemination of lessons learnt from the scale up of HIV Prevention workstreams.
- Support NDoH and key stakeholders in the development and review of strategic documents including implementation plans, strategy documents and policy and guidelines.
- Support the development of quarterly and monthly donor reports and ensure the routine reports are delivered on time.
- Developing and maintaining program databases and dashboards for performance monitoring and evaluation.
- Support quarterly program evaluation to improve program implementation and inform scale-up efforts. Represent the program in meetings and workshops.
- Willingness to travel frequently across the country and abroad when the need arises.
- Perform other tasks as necessary.
- Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Public Health, Financial management, or related subjects.
- Minmum of 1-2 years professional experience.
- Strong analytical and quantitative skills, including attention to detail and advanced technical proficiency with MS Excel, PowerPoint and data visualization software;
- Demonstrated ability to multi-task, be effective in high-pressure situations and adapt to fast-paced and changing environments with a strong commitment to excellence, both internally and externally, and with limited structural support;
- Demonstrated ability to work independently on complex projects and solve challenging problems with limited structural or operational support;
- Strategically minded, able to think creatively around long-term program objectives and the detailed steps necessary to achieve these goals;
- Excellent organizational and problem solving skills;
- Excellent verbal, visual and written communication skills.
- Previous work experience in public health and/or similar private sector enterprises;
- Advanced problem solving, analytical, and quantitative skills, including significant experience working in Excel (modelling);
- Ability to learn on the job quickly and absorb and synthesize a broad range of information;
- Experience working within demanding work plans and tight budgets;
- Ability to function well in a multi-disciplinary team (CHAI South Africa’s programs share common targets and indicators);
- Experience with and/or interest in shaping national health policy decisions.