Database Coordinator Vacancy

  • Full Time
  • Nairobi

Summit Recruitment

Specific duties and responsibilities include the following:

Participates in the collection, cleaning, analysis, and reporting of M&E data according to the project’s M&E plan.
Tests and maintains functionality of the M&E database, including performing periodic updates and improvements.
Trains data entry clerks and M&E assistants on the database needs of the program.
Supports the preparation and set up of data centers before and during each spray campaign.
Assists in the regular monitoring of project implementation against established targets and objectives, including supervising data collection in the field and data entry clerks at the data centers.
Support proper record keeping, filing system and archiving plan for each data center.
Supports periodic internal data quality assessments and prepares the project for possible external (DQAs) to ensure validity, integrity, precision, reliability and timeliness of all performance data, identifying gaps and suggesting corrective actions on time.
Contributes to the project’s work in HMIS, and in linking country-level HMIS to project monitoring and evaluation, as appropriate.

Qualification requirements include:

Secondary School completion (minimum), or a Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, information technology, Community Health, Sociology, or other relevant field (desirable).
At least one (1) year of relevant experience in database management, monitoring & evaluation, or other relevant social science activities.
Familiarity with quantitative and qualitative research methods.
Computer literacy, including knowledge of analytical software (Microsoft Access and Excel, SPSS, Stata, Arc GIS, etc.)
Knowledge of health project implementation in general, with a focus on malaria prevention programs very desirable.
Fluency in English.


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