Nutrition and Health Intern: International Medical Corps (IMC)


Deadline: 25 November 2016

Location of position: Bulawayo, Gwanda, Tsholotsho and Plumtree Districts

Summary of position
The incumbent will be responsible for data capturing, analysis and reporting of SO3 activity data. S/he will work closely with the Nutrition M&E, Nutrition Coordinator and WASH Coordinator to ensure that routine care group and community health club monitoring data is properly managed. The position will be supervised by the Nutrition M&E Coordinator.

Responsibilities
Routinely support SO3 Team Leader in aspects of SO3 programming involving data entry, data capturing, data analysis and presentation; Data entry will be of Quality Improvement Verification Checklists, Community Health Club inventory baseline, midterm and final evaluation data; Data entry for routine care group registers information from Care Group Volunteers registers; and Lead Mother registers and routinely enter the data into an electronic system; Conduct routine data cleaning and analysis on the SO3 routine data; Conduct simple data analyses of the routinely collected data from the CHC and CGV registers under the supervision of the Nutrition M&E Coordinator; Conduct regular quality checks on the registers as they are submitted from the district to the head office before any entry is conducted and ensure that all missing information is communicated back to the SO3 Team leader; Support SBCC materials development through compilation of reviewed documents under the guidance of the SBCC Nutrition Advisor.

Qualifications
Students studying towards a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition, health promotion or any public health related degree from a recognised College/ University with support letters from their learning institutions looking for attachment positions.

Skills
Good command of computer programming, specifically Microsoft office, particularly Word & Excel; Possess good oral and written communication skills and be able to establish and maintain good relationships within consortia as well as community volunteers; Ability to work to strict deadlines and coordinate and compile information from various sources at different levels; Proficiency in isiNdebele an added advantage

To apply
Applications should include: Curriculum Vitae, Cover letter, Confirmation Letter from the University and be submitted, with the title of the position being applied for in the subject line of the email to: recruitmentzimbabwe@internationalmedicalcorps.org