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Consultancy- Continuity of Essential services Data Analyst ,Health Section

Mwenda Phineas

Nairobi Kenya

1 year ago

Job Description

Desired competencies, technical background and experience Requirements and Qualifications • Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, or other related discipline. • Professional experience (minimum 1 year) in developing dashboards for monitoring and evaluation and management of RMNCAH/PHC data sets • Experience managing, analyzing, and visualizing data using web-based data visualization dashboards/platforms (e.g. Tableau, PowerBi, Shiny, Superset) and programming languages/analytical tools (e.g. SQL, Java, Python, R, Matlab) is a requirement • Prior work experience with a multi-lateral or international health and development agency • Track record of producing quality deliverables on time. • Fluency in English is required • Strong ability to multi-task and a drive for on-time delivery required. Application must include: • Detailed curriculum vitae • Submission of at least two products (e.g. web-based data visualization dashboards, data profiles) and/or data visualization or analytical samples; • A detailed financial proposal quoted in United States Dollars (USD) which must include a quoted daily rate and total for the proposed 145 days

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Responsibilities Activities and Tasks: The consultant will work closely with the Regional Health team in undertaking the following tasks: Set up and trouble shoot system for data gathering from 21 ESAR countries on the status of essential health service delivery (administered from Q3 2020 to Q2 2021); Develop data analytics (trend line charts, generation of maps and other visualization templates) of monthly continuity of essential services utilization data for 21 ESAR countries; Support design and planning of a web-based dashboard for data aggregation and analytics of the information gathered for 21 ESAR countries Support development of country profiles across the 21 ESAR countries drawing from finance, human resources, child mortality and RMNCACH data (e
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