The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria
The Global Fund in Geneva, Switzerland
Data Analyst, Community Rights & Gender – GL C – 3 years Defined Duration
The elevation of gender, human rights, key populations and community systems and responses to the level of strategic priorities within the Global Fund Strategy 2017-2022 has seen significantly increased demands on the Community, Rights and Gender department to produce analyses of the portfolio using complex datasets. These analyses are necessary for the purposes of MEC, Committee and Board reporting and critical in informing immediate and future investment decisions as most responsive to the organizations mission. CRG is business owner of 3 corporate level KPIs, one of which is a composite indicator using 3 inter-related measures, and one I-KPI. These KPIs span SO1 and SO3. The department is also responsible for coordination of work under SO2a and related data analysis. As roll-out of new data management approaches and systems (AIM, GoS) continues the Department requires specific expertise in the relevant software, for analysis of large data-sets, and to systematize key reporting/analytical processes within the context of gender, human rights, community systems and responses, equity and key populations. Furthermore, as the organization prepares for the 2020-2022 allocation period and for replenishment time sensitive demands are likely to occupy an increasing amount of the Department’s time from Q4 2018 to end 2019. Under the direction of the Senior Technical Coordinator, Community Responses, Policy and Strategy, Community, Rights and Gender (CRG) department and in close collaboration with the Program and Data Coordinator and CRG technical advisers, the CRG Data Analyst conducts data extraction and analysis critical for monitoring progress towards Global Fund Strategic Objectives and for reporting against corporate key performance indicators, thus enabling the CRG Department to effectively utilize grant specific data to refine and tailor strategies in the pursuit of these priorities across the portfolio. Responsibilities will also include training on the systems for key staff in the department as well as developing presentations and other communication materials relating to various data-sets and analyses.
Under the guidance of Senior Technical Coordinator, Community Responses, Policy and Strategy. the CRG Data Analyst performs the following duties: Data extraction and analysis:
- Production of high quality data analysis for the purposes of reporting against corporate and implementation KPI for which CRG is business owner
- Respond to cross secretariat requests for specialist data analysis on key CRG work streams including for the purposes of replenishment
- In coordination with CRG technical advisors, identification of key areas for data analysis to inform evolution of the grant portfolio as evidence based and as strategically focused
Training of CRG staff on systems:
- Development and delivery of an ongoing training program for relevant CRG staff in the use of data analysis software and systems.
- Develops PowerPoint and other presentations to communicate data analysed.
Training and Capacity Development:
- Trains and supports the capacity development of CRG colleagues to use relevant data analysis tools and programs.
Performs other duties consistent with the role and grade as required
Subject to change by the Executive Director at any time at his/her sole discretion
- University degree in a relevant discipline eg: statistics, public health, global health
- A qualification in the area of social sciences, development,, gender, human rights, or other relevant field
- Minimum three years’ experience in a similar / related role
- Working experience within an international development/public health organization
- Demonstrated high level expertise in the use of excel and tableaux software systems in the production and analysis of complex data sets
- Demonstrated expertise in the area of data collation and analysis in health and development
- Demonstrated expertise in health equity analytical methods and a strong understanding of the intersection between health, human rights, key populations, community responses and gender.
- Demonstrated capacity to effectively manage relationships with multiple and diverse stakeholders
- Knowledge of gender and human rights in relation to HIV, TB and Malaria
- Sound knowledge of Global Fund and its policies, processes and its governance structure
- Experience working in culturally diverse teams
Languages: An excellent knowledge of written and spoken English. A strong working knowledge of French, Spanish or Russian desirable.
Technical Competencies: Data Analysis:
- Strong analytical capabilities with a proven ability to communicate complex results
- Strong numerical capability
- Excellent attention to detail
- Understanding of equity analysis approaches
- Ability to support the development and management of an effective/efficient work plan for the department
- Ability to collaborate effectively with the team and with key stakeholders
- Strong ability to manage conflicting priorities and high volume work streams, minimizing delays and navigating
- around/through obstacles
- Strong written communication skills
- Strong personal communication skills
- Advanced expertise in utilisation of excel and tableaux in the collation and analysis of complex data sets
- proficiency in Word and PowerPoint
- Comfortable and capable public speaker
- Strong ability to consult, communicate and where appropriate represent the Global Fund with partners on specific projects/tasks
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Job Posting End Date
03 January 2023