Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

Makerere University Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) is a private-not-for profit Company under Makerere University. MJAP works to build partnerships and strengthen health systems to optimally respond to HIV/AIDS, TB, Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and other diseases of public health importance in Africa.

MJAP in partnership with the National Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory (NTRL) is implementing the Strengthening of use of Connectivity Solutions for TB Diagnostic Instrument Networks in Uganda. In that regard, we are looking for competent, passionate and dynamic individuals to fill the following positions:

Role title: Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

Duty Station: National TB Reference Laboratory, Kampala

Role Definition: Support the National Tuberculosis Referral Laboratories (NTRL) Team to develop and implement an M&E system and framework, tools and strategies that routinely monitors and evaluates the use of Connectivity solutions for TB Diagnostic Instruments activities in compliance with the Ministry of Health guidelines.

Reports to: The Operations Manager, NTRL, Kampala


Application procedure

Interested and qualified candidates should apply via the email below and submit their cover letters, a detailed curriculum vita and copies of relevant academic documents to: addressed to; The Human Resource Manager, Makerere University Joint AIDS Program (MJAP), not later than 14th April 2022 at 5:00pm.

The Application letter, CV and certificates be attached as one document; and should not exceed 5 MB.

MJAP does not charge a recruitment fee or any other fees at any stage of the recruitment process.

MJAP is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We value and seek diversity in our workforce.

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