Contract Consultant II – Development of grant Interactive Billboard Recruitment at the Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
The Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a global health nonprofit organization, uses proven approaches developed over 40 years to help leaders, health managers, and communities in developing nations build stronger health systems for greater health impact. We work to save lives by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
The Job : Consultant II – Development of grant Interactive Billboard
Job Status: Full Time Job,Graduate/Exp
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Job ID: 13-10823
- The overarching aim of the GF Resilient & Sustainable Systems for Health [RSSH] project is to improve the health and well-being of the Nigerian people by identifying and addressing systemic issues affecting the optimal delivery of health services in Nigeria. The resulting high-level interventions have been designed to follow the Global Fund’s framework for [RSSH] that is built on the essential building blocks of WHO for a well-functioning health system, including community systems strengthening (CSS) as another critical component to be addressed in support of RSSH.
- The RSSH grant is designed to strengthen the Nigerian health system across the HIV, TB, and malaria program areas. In doing so it will have interventions targeted at the HMIS, PSM & Lab system strengthening areas. There is also the additional dimension of the innovative “State approach” to be piloted in the three states of Oyo, Kaduna & Imo. The state approach covers elements like public financial management, support for health insurance and health sector coordination among others.
- In line with project activities tracking and interactive dashboard Information system, the project team is proposing short term technical assistance to work with the HMIS unit of MSH GF RSSH project to develop an interactive dashboard portal for data dissemination and use. The dashboard portal will provide better public visibility to the activity of the project as well as ensure that vital information are available to the team and stakeholders.
- The key objective for the short-term technical assistance is to work with RSSH-HMIS team to develop Grand Data Use and Interactive Dashboard portal for RSSH project activities tracking and data dissemination for improved visibility of project performance indices.
- Develop a grand data use interactive dashboard portal respect to data availability and program activities.
- Liaise with project unit and SR (DHPRS, NACA and NCDC) and other stakeholders/department within the project to identify and document basic information that should be on the website from various activities (either through meetings, interviews, observation, etc) which can stimulate action
- Identify the various sources of information and determine the availability of data from such sources
- Review and finalize (with MSH-RSSH and other stakeholders) the information that should be on the dashboard portal taking into consideration availability of such required data
- Work with the HMIS team to design an improved info-graphics based on the information required to be on the dashboard after sourcing for the information
- Provide on the job mentorship to designated RSSH portal support staff on subsequent upgrade and design of info-graphics
Estimated level of effort: 23 days.
- Report of the Grand Data Use/Interactive Dashboard.
- Documentation of required information that should be on the FMOH website including their sources
- Design for enhancing RSSH dashboard portal with improved info-graphic for data dissemination developed with GF RSSH project.
- Comprehensive activity report.
Qualifications and Experience
- The Consultant will be a graduate with at least 8 years of Website Development with interactive info-graphics and have evidence of work done in Nigeria
- S/he must be competent in web design with special attention to information dissemination
- S/he must show proven understanding of National communication Strategy and area(s) of improvement.
Application Closing Date
4th October, 2019.
How To Apply