Data Collection Supervisor
Title Data collection supervisor Duration 17 days including weekends Data collection site 4 Kebeles in Chole and 7 Sude woredas of Arsi zone, Oromia Region Level of assignment Temporary Number of Data collection supervisors Needed 2 Salary As per the organization scale Contract period May 5-21st ,2022
The Fred Hollows Foundation (FHF) in collaboration with Oromia Regional Health Bureau have been implementing Trachomatous Trichiasis (TT) Surgery projects in the region and documented remarkable results in pitching toward Trachoma Elimination. As part of sustainable TT management, FHF in collaboration with MOH and Oromia Regional Health Bureau is planning to initiate TT-Surgery transitioning using the national Transitioning guideline and generate evidence through Implementation research in Chole and Sude Woredas of Arsi zone Oromia region.
The objective of this study to Assess Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of the community on Trachoma especially on Trachomatous Trichiasis. It is community-based cross-sectional study that will be conducted in selected kebeles of Chole and Sude Woredas of Arsi zone. Data will be collected using a pretested interviewer-administered questionnaire.
The overall objective of this assignment is to collect household level data on Knowledge Attitude and Practice on Trachoma with focus on TT.
Therefore, FHF is seeking a short-term contractual service for data collection supervisor.
Duties and responsibilities
Ø Take training on the data collection
Ø Follow SOP and data collection guideline in all steps throughout the data collection process
Ø In consultation with FHF staff develop a results-based management strategy for the survey which include survey implementation plan, monitoring and reporting on progress and design data quality control systems.
Ø Ensure the filled questionaries are correct and complete before receiving the questionnaires from the data collectors
Ø Prepare micro plans to conduct the data collection including logistics for the data collection
Ø Plan and implement the study in a manner that conforms to ethical guidelines and confidentiality principles and adheres with timelines and priorities.
Ø Ensure data quality assurance tools (Check list) are properly utilized and carry out a data management plan and quality assurance procedures
Ø Communicate with different levels of government institutions and community-based structures to secure commitment for the data collection before the deployment of data collectors
Ø Work with FHF staff in the facilitation of training of the data collectors
Ø Guide the data collectors for selection of the Households and study respondents based on established criteria and process.
Ø Facilitate, supervise and lead entry into communities during the field work and Manage conflicts
Ø In general, ensure maintenance of study disciplines and operational standards are fulfilled.
- Ø Qualification – MSc, MPH in relevant fields in health, social science.
Ø Experience: At least three years’ experience in data collection with demonstrate hands on experience on household level data collection & supervision.
Ø Excellent analytic, communication, interpersonal, writing, collaboration, problem-solving, planning/organizing, and facilitation skills.
Ø Experience in qualitative and quantitative data collection.
Ø Excellent understanding and use of computer like Microsoft word, Excel and Power Point.
Ø Physically fit as the data collection requires long distance on foot travel in the remote areas.
Ø Fluent speaker and writer of Afaan Oromo language.
How To Apply:
- Applications should be made only via ethiojobs and should include your resume and cover letter addressing all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the role purpose as well as details of your current and expected salary.
To be eligible to apply for this position you must have the appropriate skills and experience and the ability to travel throughout the Oromia Region.
The application will be closed in April 27, 2022.
The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child-safe environment.