Under the direct supervision of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Team Lead, the intern will dedicate his/her/their effort to support the M&E team in strengthening the M&E capacity of The Okoa Project and its program in Ghana. The Ambulance Project - Phase 1 aims to increase health access for communities in Sissala East District through reliable and safe emergency ambulance transport, working with the National Ambulance Service referral system.
The M&E Intern will provide support to program M&E activities within Ghana, while actively communicating with the team in the USA. He/she/they will support all aspects of monitoring, evaluation and learning, including but not limited to data collection, entry, management and analysis.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
* Assist with data collection and analysis.
* Enter data into project databases accurately, and according to a data calendar within deadlines
* Perform rigorous data cleaning and field-level error reconciliations (Data Quality checks), jointly with the program team to ensure that the data sitting in the program data base is accurate
* Perform data quality checks on regular schedule and under the guidance of M&E Officer
* Participate in data collection and reviews at multiple levels of the programs and project.
* Organizing surveys and data collection for new communities the program will expand to
* Edit and draft written reports on data collection activities, challenges, and opportunities
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS STANDARDS:
* University degree in Statistics, Computer Science, M&E, Public Health, Political Science, Sociology or any other related course
* Experience in data collection and management for social science and public health research
* Working knowledge of the statistical analysis software (Epi info, SPSS, STATA etc.) is desirable
* Proven experience in the application of MS suite (Word, Excel, Access, & PowerPoint)
* Clear and effective communicator in English, verbally and with written materials
* Ability to work with diverse, cross-cultural teams in a complex, multi-site work environment
* Possess excellent attention to detail, highly organized, self-motivated, rigorous, strong sense of responsibility, ability to work independently and readiness to learn
* Field experience is essential as this position will be based in the focus counties
* Ability to speak local language is desired
Please provide a cover letter and resume and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Okoa Project is an equal opportunity employer (EOE). As such, Okoa makes employment decisions and provides equal employment opportunity without regard to an applicant’s or employee’s race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state and local laws. If you need a reasonable accommodation in the application or hiring process, please notify Okoa’s human resource department.
To increase access to healthcare in vulnerable, rural areas.
Rural villages in Tanzania and other developing countries are often miles from medical care facilities. Due to cost and road conditions, locals often do not own vehicles equipped to transport a person with a medical emergency for long distances. We are filling this gap. Our solution is a motorcycle ambulance with a dynamic attachment mechanism to fit onto any motorcycle in the area. This turns any motorcycle vehicle into a life-saving patient transport device. Our ambulance is made of locally sourced, affordable materials to transport one driver, one patient, and one additional person to the nearest hospital. With the addition of our product to the villages in Tanzania, we hope to be able to reduce fatalities and improve quality of life, using a realistic, affordable, and versatile patient transport device.
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