Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) Vacancy for a Technical Advisor, M&E

The Clinton Health
Access Initiative (CHAI) works in partnership with country governments,
partners, and other major stakeholders to identify key obstacles to
scaling-up and increasing access to essential health services, and to
develop sustainable strategies to overcome them.

oriented approach focuses on improving market dynamics for
medicines and diagnostics; lowering prices for treatment; accelerating
access to life-saving vaccines and technologies; and helping governments
build the capacity required to design and implement high-quality care
and treatment programs.

Applied Analytics Team (AAT) works closely with CHAI’s country teams
and partner governments to improve health care delivery by using applied
analytics to drive policy and programmatic decisions. AAT provides
credible designs, strategies and advice, through fit-for-purpose
analytical approaches including operations research, mathematical
modeling, monitoring, program evaluation and impact evaluation.
access to long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC) provides women
the choice of more effective methods to reduce unintended pregnancies
and associated negative health outcomes. Providing LARC to women during
the postpartum period is a particularly effective intervention in that
it targets women with family planning when they need it most and when
the health benefits can be the greatest. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) are
a particularly cost-effective method and are the longest acting
reversible contraceptive available, protecting against pregnancy for up
to 12 years.
will support the governments of Nigeria and Ethiopia, countries with
low LARC use, to expand services by integrating family planning
services, and particularly postpartum IUDs (PPIUDs), with CHAI’s
comprehensive maternal and newborn health (MNH) programs. The approach
will ensure provision of complete counseling and delivery of the range
of appropriate family planning methods, focused on IUDs, to postpartum
women by integrating these services into the MNH cascade to reach women
during their pregnancy-related interactions with the health system.
is seeking a highly motivated individual with superior problem-solving
skills who is resourceful, collaborative, and proficient in quantitative
analysis to support the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) efforts of
the PPIUD programs in Nigeria and Ethiopia.  The candidate must have a
passion for results and a commitment to excellence, and experience with
M&E and/or data collection and management. The Technical Advisor
will be a member of the Applied Analytics Team, and will collaborate
daily with CHAI’s global Family Planning and MNH Teams, as well as the
Nigerian and Ethiopian country teams. The position will be based in
Abuja, with anticipated travel to Ethiopia and within Nigeria.

Job Title:  Technical Advisor, M&E

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  • Support M&E staff in Nigeria and Ethiopia to:
  • Develop and implement comprehensive, feasible M&E frameworks that will generate credible, actionable and timely information
  • Conduct literature reviews and summarize findings
  • Develop data collection tools and protocols
  • Develop data management and analysis tools such as databases and dashboards
  • Collect baseline data
  • Analyze data and conduct data quality assessments in support of strategic decision-making
  • Design and conduct other evaluation and operational research studies as necessary
  • Disseminate results and facilitate information sharing forums with program management, government partners, and other key stakeholders
  • Support in-country staff to develop M&E capacity and create sustainable M&E systems
  • Travel up to 60%
  • Other responsibilities as requested by supervisor


Specific qualities sought in candidates include:

  • Master’s
    degree strongly preferred, preferably Masters in Public Health (MPH) or
    Master’s in Public Policy (MPP); Bachelor’s minimum with exceptional
  • 4+ years experience working in a results-oriented environment
  • Experience developing and managing M&E systems
  • Experience with field data collection/research
  • Exceptional
    ability to work independently, to develop and execute work-plans, and
    to achieve specified goals with limited guidance and oversight in a
    fast-paced environment
  • Exceptional
    diplomatic and interpersonal skills, and an ability to manage
    challenging multi-cultural, multi-stakeholder situations to achieve
    intended results
  • Experience working in a developing country
  • Meticulous work ethic and strong attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and problem solving skills
  • Strong communication and writing skills
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel skills, and high level of proficiency in PowerPoint and Word
  • Passion for learning and developing new skills


  • Experience designing and managing field data collection activities
  • Knowledge of global health issues, specifically family planning and maternal health
  • Experience working with governments in developing countries
  • Experience living in Africa
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How to Apply
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