|Location||Cape Town, South Africa|
|Date Posted||September 10, 2019|
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PATA seeks to appoint a M&E data capturer to be based in Cape Town.
The purpose of the position is to maintain the organization’s database by entering new and updated programme and organisational data.
Reports to: Monitoring and Evaluation Manager.
Ensure M&E unit receives all M&E and other reporting forms when due and follow up where there are missing data reporting forms.
Ensure accurate, timeous data entry into databases.
Identify missing data, inconsistencies and errors and follow-up or report on missing data or errors.
Identify and communicate any issues that are delaying progress in a timely manner.
Assist in the analysis of data in programmes for use in donor deliverables (e.g. performance monitoring and quarterly and annual reports), grant proposals, and research outputs.
Assist in meeting donor reporting deadlines.
Maintain filing system to ensure secure and organised storage of completed data collection tools and other related M&E documents.
Assist with the development of new M&E data systems and participate in the design, revision and standardisation of data collection templates, processes, formats, reports and administration.
Please email a concise CV with contactable references and a detailed motivation letter on how your skills and experience will add value to our team in this role
Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application
Salary is commensurate on experience and is market related.
Please advise salary expectation in motivation letter.
PATA, a South African NGO, coordinates an action network across sub-Saharan Africa, working with health providers and health facilities to improve the quality of paediatric and adolescent HIV prevention, treatment, care and support. PATA offers a powerful platform for regional collaboration through capacity building, peer-to-peer exchange and learning forums, supporting quality improvement to effect positive change in HIV paediatric and adolescent policy and practice.