The Georgetown University Center for Global Health Practice and Impact (CGHPI) serves countries to improve their population health and well-being and to safeguard against health-related threats by advancing the use of evidence and human-centered enterprise architecture on the path towards achieving equity and social justice. To achieve this mission, we catalyze the uptake, spread, and implementation of innovations; triangulate data from different sources, and tailor visualization of the information for each audience; design and implement integrated service delivery models; support communities of practice to inform policy and practice through efficient data use and horizontal and vertical collaboration; disseminate best practices and evidence globally through open source learning networks; build global, collaborative, multi-disciplinary, and interprofessional networks; undertake research that is informed by local needs; and invest in local leadership to own, provide oversight, and sustain implemented interventions.

The CGHPI has recently received an award from the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through funding from the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). The program will support the Kingdom of Eswatini to provide community-based, comprehensive, quality assured care, treatment and prevention HIV/TB services in Manzini and Lubombo regions to maintain HIV Epidemic control, achieve TB epidemic control and mitigate the impact of public health. The program will contribute to establishing or extending resilient, differentiated and sustainable community-based services for prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care of HIV and TB, especially for the most vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations across the cascade, in ways that serve their needs; building an interface between health facilities and the community to ensure seamless service access and delivery;  building the capacity of community- and faith-based organizations to implement and monitor programs that can be used to address emerging public health threats, and support the community systems strengthening initiatives of the Ministry of Health. As a result, CGHPI is recruiting for the following position, and seeks an exceptional individual to join the team and further enrich our unique offerings.



Job Location:  Mbabane, Eswatini

Reports to: Strategic Information Director


Job Overview:

The Monitoring & Evaluation Manager reports directly to the Strategic Information Director. The M&E Manager will be responsible for leading the design and implementation of the project M&E framework

and information system to track implementation against targets, outcomes and impacts. He/she will lead analysis of data collected for assessment of progress and areas of improvement. S/he will guide reporting processes amongst technical staff and consolidates project reports, promote learning and sharing of best practices and lessons learnt. S/he will support all the technical staff in M&E functions and will manage all M&E staff in the project.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Lead in the development and implementation of performance monitoring plans, including identification of project inputs, outputs, outcomes, performance indicators, and targets according to the EPMP.
  • Develops/adapts and implements data-collection and performance reporting systems.
  • Provides field-based technical assistance and monitoring of community M&E systems and reporting.
  • Consults with CDC and other stakeholders to establish a cost-effective results-orientated transparent, reliable, and valid M&E system that can easily be tracked and verified.
  • Implement routine M&E of HTS services, DREAMS services, PrEP services and other HIV related services, including use of electronic systems to track progress
  • Designs/adapts project performance monitoring database to report national and global indicators and ensure that the findings of service-oriented, and strategic analysis and evaluations are used to inform project strategies and to refine performance monitoring plans and planning frameworks.
  • Leads the implementation of the project’s baseline, mid and end of project evaluation.
  • Disseminates information on project evaluations through written reports, conference presentations, and publications.
  • Documents project achievements against targets using monitoring data and works with project staff to document the factors behind gaps and/or over achievements.
  • Institutes regular use of performance monitoring data within the project and identifies and documents best practices.
  • Conducts field-based monitoring, technical assistance and training to project teams and community-based teams.
  • Manages production of data to meet all reporting requirements including quarterly and annual reports, research, technical reports, presentations, etc.
  • Assists project technical staff with preparation of reports as appropriate.
  • Strengthen community TB/HIV recording and reporting, surveillance, quality improvement, M&E best practices sharing activities at all levels
  • Reviews all reports prior to submission.
  • Perform any other duties that may be assigned

Required Qualifications and Competencies

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any of the sciences or social sciences
  • Five years of relevant experience in monitoring and reporting of Community based PEPFAR funded programs (Experience with M&E for DREAMS Programs is REQUIRED)
  • Demonstrated experience in data analysis and use of data
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft office (word, excel, access, power point)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Instructions for Submitting Application:

  1. All applications should be submitted electronically to cghpieswatini@georgetown.edu
  2. Include position applying for in subject.
  3. Applications should include 3 references that are familiar with applicant’s work experience preferably in the last 5 years.
  4. All applications should include a cover letter that details one’s suitability for the job highlighting key functional areas, expected qualifications and experiences.
  5. Candidates should attach a 5-page CV/Resume that highlights one’s key achievements in areas relevant to the job.
  6. Deadline for application is September 20, 2022, 5 PM Eswatini Time. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
  7. Georgetown University Center for Global Health Practice and Impact through its local entity Georgetown Global Health is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all qualified persons to apply regardless of gender, ethnicity, or any other status variable.