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Data Analyst Job in Kenya

IntraHealth International Inc

Human Resources for Health Kenya Mechanism
 
Scope of Work for Data Analyst
 
1.0 About HRH Kenya Mechanism
 
The Human Resources for Health (HRH) Kenya is a five-year (Sept. 27, 2016 – Sept. 26, 2021) mechanism funded by the Presidents Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). 

Implemented by IntraHealth International Inc. and its partners, Amref Health Africa and Strathmore University Business School (SBS), the mandate of HRH/Kenya is to strengthen health workforce management to achieve improved health outcomes in 27 high disease-burden focus counties. 

To achieve this result, the mechanism focuses on three sub-purpose areas: 

1) Improve quality of training and increase the number of graduating health workforce; 

2) Improve management and leadership of health workforce at the county level and, 

3) Optimize data use for effective HRH decision making at national and county level.
 
2.0 About the rapid HRH Assessment:
 
The mechanism is planning to conduct a rapid HRH assessment in 3 counties of Kisumu, Nakuru and Kilifi using an OGAC pre-designed tool. 

The assessment’s objectives are to:
·                     Find out types, number and availability of cadres at high volume select facilities in delivering the HIV care services in endeavor to reach site-level targets and 90-90-90 goals.
·                     Issues affecting attraction, motivation, retention and productivity in optimizing efficient utilization of health workers across the HIV continuum.
·                     Identifying Health worker capacities and needs in preparation for providing quality HIV services and
·                     Identify HRH barriers, challenges and recommendations pertaining to HIV service delivery.
3.0 Objectives of the Consultancy: The purpose of this assignment is to conduct data analysis and a write up, from the collected data to respond to the 4 objectives above.
 
4.0 Responsibilities of the consultant
 
Under the direction of the HRHK Mechanism M&E Director, the consultant will be responsible for conducting data analysis, preparing the draft report and finalizing the report after incorporating all the inputs from the mechanism.

5.0 Consultant Key Tasks
 
The Consultant will be expected to do the following;
1.           Review the study concept and tool
2.           Review data for quality, clean using the hard copy questionnaires
3.           Revise the submitted analysis plan based on the interpretation of the study concept, tool and available data
4.           Conduct data analysis
5.           Present study findings internally
6.           Report writing
6.0 Deliverables
1.           Clean dataset
2.           Data Analysis Plan
3.           A draft and final report
4.           Powerpoint Presentation
7.0 Consultant Qualifications
1.           Minimum of a Masters degree in Human Resources, Statistics or Social Studies.
2.           Familiarity with the Kenyan health workforce issues
3.           Demonstrated knowledge of government national and regional structures is essential
4.           Minimum 5 years’ experience and evidence of similar past assignments is crucial.
5.           Excellent interpersonal skills
6.           Excellent quantitative data analysis and report writing skills
7.           Excellent oral and written communication, consultancy and advisory skills.
8.0 Institutional Framework and Team Contacts
·                     Responsible person: Michael Ochieng
·                     Function: Director, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
·                     Email: mochiengi@intrahealth.org
The Consultant will report to the Director, M&E during the assignment, but on a day to day basis will work with Senior M&E Manager
 
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9.0 Submission
 
Qualified Consultants should submit a data analysis plan in response to the attached tool and aligned to the study objectives (max 5 pages), CV and daily rate for the number of days proposed, to Jackline Moraa on jmoraa@intrahealth.org and copy Michael Ochieng on mochieng@intrahealth.org on or before 12 noon, 17th November 2017
 
10.0 Project Tracking Code (s): 3427400-4.1
 
11.0 Number of Days: Maximum 10 days

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