New Jobs At MATCH Ghana 2017

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13 Sep, 2017

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Administrative Jobs in Ghana

Maternal Adolescent & Child Health (MatCH) is a division of the Wits Health Consortium under the School of Public Health of the University of the Witwatersrand. MatCH is a consortium partner implementing the EQUIP project. EQUIP is an international grant to implement projects in five key solution areas – innovative models of ART service delivery; innovative approaches to support viral load scale-up; strategies and technologies to more effectively identify and link patients to treatment,
foster ongoing adherence and retention; identify approaches that respond to the needs of key populations and promising “Test and Start” strategies in countries in Africa, South East Asia, and the Caribbean.

Job Description

Job Title: M&E Coordinator (x3) – REF: 1002

The purpose of the position is to support the collection of monitoring and evaluation data and to assist in auditing data elements compiled at the site level by verifying source data, standardizing data collection tools and implementing quality improvement initiatives.

Required Skills or Experience


Relevant Diploma or Degree,
3 years of experience within the M&E environment,
A driving license
Own transport and willingness to travel.
Proficiency in local languages and English is preferred

How to Apply

Should you be interested in applying for this vacancy, clearly state the name and reference number you are applying for and forward a detailed CV together with copies of ID and all relevant qualifications to: [email protected]

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
MatCH will only respond to shortlisted candidates.
Candidates who have not been contacted within two weeks of closing date can consider their applications unsuccessful.
For more information on MatCH; Please visit our website at

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