PSI seeks a Malaria Program Monitoring & Evaluation Manager to provide support to PSI’s global mission. This individual will be responsible for the design, implementation and oversight of monitoring strategies, tools, procedures and surveys to assess success of the Global Fund Round 7 Malaria Program. The $75 million program was established for increased utilization of Long Lasting Insecticide-treated Nets and widespread adoption of Artemesinin-Combination Therapy (ACT) among target populations. The Manager will also supervise two to three locally recruited staff. This full-time position is based in Juba, Southern Sudan and reports to the Malaria Program Director.

- In concert with the PSI Country team, the Ministry of Health and other key stakeholders, contribute to the design of the malaria control implementation strategy for Southern Sudan, especially the establishment of key success indicators and milestones throughout the intervention area;
- Working with the grant manager and project sub-recipients to develop monitoring strategy, frameworks and tools for activity monitoring and evaluation of program impact;
- Lead implementation of necessary formative research to inform project implementation;
- Supervise the collection, quality control, consolidation and analysis of distribution and other activity-related data in cooperation with all sub-recipients;
- Design and implement surveys to assess success of the program in meeting key project outputs where appropriate and in collaboration with key stakeholders;
- Share findings and evidence with relevant stakeholders and contribute to discussions on how to re-direct interventions as appropriate; and
- Establish networks of information collection and sharing, and strengthen overall M&E capacity of all SRs.
- Masters in Public Health with substantial monitoring and evaluation experience or PhD in epidemiology, demography or related research discipline;
- 3-5 years of experience in a challenging developing country context such as Sudan;
- Demonstrated experience with quantitative and qualitative research processes;
- Strong English written and oral communication skills; ability to present information effectively to various audiences, large and small; and
- Ability to work productively in a fast-paced team environment and capacity to exercise influence with sub-recipients diplomatically and effectively.

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Location: Sudan (the)
Closing date: 28 Oct 2008