Survey Coordinator


Position Summary

Under the direction of the Country Director, the Survey Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing a mixed-methods assessment to understand the effect of COVID-19 on routine childhood immunization uptake in Uganda. They will conduct all steps of survey screening, enrollment, and data collection in accordance with survey procedures. Responsibilities include: Supervising staff (qualitative and quantitative survey field teams); ensuring all IRB approvals are in place; coordinating activities to ensure project deliverables are met on time; and providing routine progress updates to ICAP staff in New York, CDC Uganda and Atlanta, MOH and other key stakeholders.

Responsibilities

· Provide leadership and support to finalize assessment protocol and related survey tools

· Coordinate submission of protocol to local IRB for ethical review

· Lead development of assessment Standard Operating Procedures for field teams and survey staff

· Support training and capacity building of qualitative and quantitative survey field teams

· Manage and provide oversight to qualitative and quantitative survey field teams

· Coordinate routine communication with ICAP staff in New York, CDC and MOH to provide progress updates, identify challenges and address barriers to survey implementation as they arise

· Develop routine progress reports summarizing activities implemented to date

· Ensure compliance with survey protocols and SOPs and identify issues arising during data collection

· Investigate data discrepancies and data quality issues with survey staff, as needed

Required Qualifications

· Bachelors’ degree in health sciences such as Medicine, Nursing or Lab science

· Master’s in public health, epidemiology, pediatrics, statistics or related field

· Minimum four (4) years’ experience in qualitative and quantitative survey data collection involving human subjects

· Demonstrated experience organizing, leading and participating in field-level data collection as part of a survey, assessment or program monitoring

· Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills

· High proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

· Demonstrated experience leading and working with a team

· Experience working with diverse, medically underserved populations

· Strong understanding of the Ugandan health context and National immunization program strongly preferred

· Written and oral fluency in English

Partagez et envoyez cette annonce à vos amis !
Global health Corps Management & Business Development Kampala | Full Time Healthcare | USD 300 – 500 APPLY NOW Job Summary Contribute to the process of digitizing and producing additional…