Jhpiego, an international non-profit health organization affiliate of the Johns Hopkins University, builds global and local partnerships to enhance the quality of health care services for women and families around the world. Jhpiego is a global leader in the creation of innovative approaches to develop human resources for better health service. We are currently seeking qualified and experienced candidates for the positions mentioned:
Knowledge & Data Utilization Director (Job Code: 103)
The Knowledge and Data Utilization Director will champion internal and external knowledge sharing and data utilization for a USAID-funded maternal and newborn health (MNH) project in Indonesia. The Director will be responsible for strategically planning and operationalizing the project’s knowledge management strategy. She/he will envision, articulate, and implement knowledge management and dissemination in partnership with the project consortium, external partners, donors, and other stakeholders representing Indonesia’s total market.
This position is contingent upon funding
- Direct and monitor deployment of the project’s knowledge management system
- Create and effectively implement the project’s knowledge management strategy
- Coordinate the development of tools and processes to analyze and report performance data that meets the decision-making requirements of internal and external project stakeholders
- Innovate approaches in knowledge management across communities of practice, business units, and networks
- Support the development and implementation of a process that continually updates and refines knowledge of MNH priorities
- Facilitate the use of best information and evidence in program and policy decisions at all levels
- Act as a change agent and leader for knowledge management in Indonesia
- Ensure that all knowledge management work supports effective decision-making and mission-driven activities
- Ensure that knowledge management is effectively integrated into project’s annual workplans
- Lead data governance effort to improve functionality and reliability of project knowledge
- Provide technical assistance to partners and provincial offices in knowledge-sharing and data-utilization strategies and best practices; plan and coordinate training for project partners and stakeholders on data analysis tools, data utilization, and data interpretation
- Monitor and mentor knowledge management team staff to build capacity, both on-the-job and through specific training initiatives
Qualifications and Requirements:
- A Master’s degree in business, computer science, public health, or related field
- 5+ years’ experience in directing knowledge management for health or development programs in Indonesia; previous experience managing a knowledge management unit within an international organization strongly preferred
- Demonstrated understanding of principles of knowledge management, including an understanding of the linkages and points of intersection across M&E and KM.
- Familiarity with the Indonesian health system
- Creative, strategic thinker with the ability to balance rigor with pragmatism
- Ability to balance priorities and deadlines to ensure that project goals are met
- Excellent decision making and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work with diverse international teams
- Exemplary oral and written Bahasa Indonesia communication skills required. English communication skills strongly preferred.
- Ability to travel internationally
Data Analyst Manager (Job Code: 104)
The Data Analyst will provide analytical and data interpretive support to a USAID-funded maternal and newborn health (MNH) project. The Data Analyst will conduct intermediate to advanced statistical analysis using analytics packages such as SAS, Stata, or R, and will be able to recommend relevant statistical tests. She/he will also help to develop the program’s data collection and analysis plans, and will provide data visualization support to program reporting as needed. The Data Analyst will support the Monitoring & Evaluation team to ensure the effective use of data.
This position is contingent upon funding
- Contribute to the development of the program’s data collection system to ensure that data elements required for analysis are all included in the flow of data collection and reporting
- Support the M&E team with ensuring the quality of collected data
- Develop a data analysis plan for routine monitoring data
- Design and implement quantitative data analyses. Provide assistance with sample size calculations for evaluations and research studies
- Conduct analysis and prepare related tables, charts, and figures to communicate findings as part of routine reporting activities
- Support effective visualization of program results in collaboration with program and communication team members
Qualifications, Skills, and Attribute:
- Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (statistics, epidemiology, public health, economics, data science, informatics, engineering, etc.)
- At least 5 years of experience conducting data analysis activities
- Proficiency with a statistical analysis software (e.g. Stata, SAS, R, etc.). Preference is Stata.
- Prior experience analyzing large datasets with maternal or newborn health data in Indonesia strongly preferred
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with a strong eye for detail and accuracy
- Ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information
- Ability to work under pressure and to prioritize activitie
- Experience calculating sample sizes
- Excellent communication skills in written and spoken Indonesian; English language proficiency preferred
- Good interpersonal skills and a team player
Jakarta & 9 Provincial Offices around Indonesia (West Java, Central Java, East Java, North Sumatera, South Sulawesi, Papua, West Papua, Maluku, North Papua)
Closing date for receiving applications is October 31st, 2016. Interested candidates may send their CV with cover letter and indicate the position title and job code in the email subject line to: IndonesiaHumanResources@jhpiego.org.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.