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Americares Tanzania Hiring Data Clerk

Americares Tanzania Hiring Data Clerk

Employment is a dream for many, but often, the Failure to be called for an Interview can be a significant barrier. Americares Tanzania is stepping up to hiring Data Clerk who wish to pursue their dreams job at Americares. Here, With substantial opportunity available for all qualified applicants, the Americares is inviting applications to fill mentioned vacant below;

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Americares Tanzania

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Americares Community Partnerships for Respectful Care (CPRC) is a five-year project (2020–2025) funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) with the goal of reducing mother and child mortality and morbidity through improved community-based health care.

The data clerk will be in charge of carrying out the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tasks. The CPRC MEL Specialist, community-based implementing partners, and government counterparts at the regional and district council levels will collaborate with her/him to guarantee seamless data collection and entry into project-based databases (Commcare) and national reporting systems (DHIS2).


  • Assist the MEL specialist with the USAID Uzazi Staha project’s implementation, coordination, and planning of activities. You can also help to fortify the MEL system.
  • Keep track of and evaluate your progress toward the objectives and outcomes of your activities.
  • Lead and plan a monthly data review meeting at the level of health facilities. Present the project team with the MEL results and suggestions for enhancing the project’s execution.
  • Create digital data collection tools as needed, and teach project personnel, the health facility staff, subgrantee staff, and community health professionals how to use them.
  • Undertake important project indicator data collection, validation, and quality assessment in conjunction with R/CHMTs.
  • Analyze data and provide the project lead with recommendations for changes that should be made, particularly to the project’s goals and KPIs.
  • Create, produce, and update data dashboards, reports, and visualizations every month to share complex data insights with stakeholders at the district/region and health facility levels.
  • Gather and aggregate monthly data on FP referrals from various service delivery locations, including but not limited to labor and delivery, CTC, prenatal, and postnatal.
  • Maintain the project database and use the online reporting platforms for standard indicators, such as USAID Development Information Solutions (DIS), for reporting.
  • Offer technical assistance to the project personnel and R/CHMTs staff about MEL-related tasks.


  • It is necessary to have a bachelor’s degree in public health, epidemiology, social science, health monitoring and evaluation, statistics, or a related field.
  • It is extremely ideal to have experience working in community development, family planning, nutrition, and RMNCAH programs, particularly those in Tanzania.
  • A minimum of five years of professional experience overseeing and assessing international health sector development initiatives; candidates with a history of developing and enhancing data collection and reporting systems for the public health sector are strongly preferred.
  • Proven track record of managing large-scale USAID operations, including familiarity with the agency’s reporting guidelines.
  • It will be helpful to be familiar with the national health management information system.
  • Familiarity with digital data gathering methods such as Commcare, data management, and DHIS2, as well as advanced data analysis techniques like STATA or R.
  • Proficiency in collaborating with and answering to various stakeholders in multi-layered contexts is highly advantageous.
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication abilities; capacity to form alliances across industries and cultural boundaries.
  • Capacity to train, guide, and advance technical staff members’ abilities.
  • Outstanding command of the English language in both writing and speech, as well as a track record of fulfilling reporting obligations to donors such as USAID.
  • Proficiency with Word, Excel, Teams, PowerPoint, and SharePoint in Office 365.

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Application Process

The deadline for submitting job applications is 24th May, 2024;

The candidate must provide Americares the following materials as an expression of interest in order to be considered for this position:

  • Resume or curriculum vitae that concisely list education and work history.
  • Three referee contacts on a list
  • Cover letter emphasizing qualifications relevant to the role and your interest in it.
  • Qualifications in academia.

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