IntraHealth International is a global health nonprofit that has worked in over 100 countries since 1979. We improve the performance of health workers and strengthen the systems in which they work so that everyone everywhere has the health care they need to thrive.
Because next-generation challenges in global health call for new and extraordinary partnerships, IntraHealth joins forces with governments, businesses, technologists, artists, activists, and more to cultivate local solutions with lasting results. IntraHealth’s programs generate long-term social and economic impact to keep communities around the world healthy, strong, and prosperous.
We focus on health workers. Without them, health care doesn’t happen.
For two decades, we’ve partnered with Tanzania’s Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and the private sector to strengthen the country’s health workforce, increase access to and quality of health services, and improve the health and well-being of Tanzania’s 45 million citizens.
We’ve worked with our partners and Tanzania’s frontline health workers to prevent HIV, provide family planning and reproductive health services, leverage technology and data for stronger decision-making, and help health officials plan for, recruit, and deploy an effective health workforce.
We value strong partnerships, sustainability, and creative solutions that work—and it shows in our results in Tanzania.
Our mission is to improve the performance of health workers and strengthen the systems in which they work.
Our vision is that everyone everywhere has the health care they need to thrive.
- Accountability: We set ambitious goals and take ownership to deliver on commitments we undertake individually and collectively.
- Equity, diversity, & inclusion: We aim to create and foster a workforce that reflects and contributes to the diverse global community in which we work.
- Innovation: We pioneer catalytic solutions, tools, and technologies to address persistent and emerging health challenges.
- Learning: We learn from our experiences and adapt accordingly to elevate our organization’s performance, value, and impact.
- Partnership: We listen to and partner with diverse constituencies to codesign and implement locally relevant and sustainable results.
IntraHealth was born in 1979 as Intrah, the Program for International Training in Health, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine. From the beginning, our focus was on health workers and their role in improving the health of women and their families. IntraHealth incorporated as an independent nonprofit organization in 2003 and now has a staff of over 800 employees working in 37 countries in Africa, the Americas, and Asia.
To ensure the highest level of honesty and integrity in our work, IntraHealth embraces and adheres to the ten ethical standards outlined in this Code.
The Senior Capacity Advisor for Strategic Information will lead Capacity Development for Strategic Information (SI) and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) activities for a global project. They will conduct and finalize organizational assessments on SI and M&E using the NUPAS+ and PSCIA tools and coordinate the with ASAP II consortium member on digital solutions for local implementing partners (LIPs). They will oversee consultants assigned to local implementing partners and review workplans, status of deliverables, ensure high quality and timeliness of documents, and oversee the adaptation, implementation, and monitoring of training courses (in-person and on-line) for M&E staff. They will also develop a tool kit for local partners for SI and M&E for LIPs. This position will report to the Team Lead for Capacity Development. Open for candidates throughout Africa. Expected 30% time travelling in Africa.
Education and Experience
- Master’s Degree or higher in Public Health, Demography or relevant similar field from an accredited university/college is required.
- At least seven years’ experience with a PhD, or 10 years with a Masters, in successfully developing and implementing effective M&E systems required.
- Experience with M&E for PEPFAR-funded programs with a focus on building capacity of local entities and government counterparts in MEL
- Experience providing capacity development support to LIPs
- Familiarity with mapping software (Arc-GIS, QGIS, etc.) and data analysis software such as SPSS, Stata, Excel and data visualization applications required
- Strong quantitative/qualitative and analytical skills and ability to articulate technical information clearly and effectively to both technical and non-technical audiences
- Demonstrated experience working in partnership with host governments, international donors, and implementing partners.