Gestionnaire du systèmes d'information de santé (SIS)

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Benin
Apply by 31 July 2018
Mid-level , Full-time staff position
Posted on 29 June 2018

Job Description

Overview

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) est à la recherche d’un Gestionnaire des systèmes d’information de santé pour un programme quinquennal financé par l’USAID qui fournira des services de santé intégrés pour relever les défis systématiques qui entravent la prestation et l’adoption des services de santé au Bénin. Le programme se concentrera sur le renforcement durable des capacités locales afin de réduire la morbidité et la mortalité des mères, des nourrissons, des enfants et des adolescents. Le programme renforcera les capacités du gouvernement local, des responsables du secteur de la santé et des membres de la communauté pour assurer la disponibilité, l’adoption, la qualité, la durabilité et le financement des services de santé. Le programme soutiendra et renforcera également les systèmes de gestion et de gouvernance avec des approches adaptées aux besoins locaux et aux réalités contextuelles. Le poste sera basé dans l’Atakora.

Sous la direction du Spécialiste du suivi, de l’évaluation et de l’apprentissage, le Gestionnaire du SIS travaillera pour assurer la collecte de données, leur qualité et les rapports par les départements, et aidera les agents de gestion des données du ministère de la Santé à niveaux de la zone de santé afin d’utiliser les données sur la santé pour améliorer la qualité des services dans les communautés. Le Gestionnaire du SIS renforcera les systèmes d’information sur la gestion de la santé (SNIS) dans les départements soutenus, dans le but d’assurer un rapport complet, rapide et de qualité sur les progrès du programme.

Remarques:
Ce poste dépend du financement du projet. Possibilité de rejoindre l’équipe du projet au plus tard le 1er août 2018. Veuillez postuler avant le 31 juillet.

Responsabilités et Caractéristiques du Poste

  1. S’assurer que les données sur la santé et les services de santé du département sont disponibles pour l’entrée, l’analyse et les rapports; adapter les rapports pour améliorer l’utilisation des données.
  2. Faciliter l’évaluation et la planification stratégique du SNIS de HMIS.
  3. Soutenir les partenaires dans la politique SNIS HMIS et suivre le SNIS surveiller HMIS actuel.

Compétences Requisees

  1. Diplôme en santé publique, en statistique / économie, en informatique ou dans un domaine connexe.
  2. Masters dans un domaine similaire hautement préféré.
  3. Minimum de six (6) années d’expérience en gestion de bases de données, DHIS 2 (hautement préféré), ou d’autres applications Web pour la gestion de l’information.
  4. Expérience dans l’évaluation, la gestion, et l’amélioration des données de base et des systèmes d’information sur la gestion de la santé.

About the Organization

Management Sciences for Health, an international nonprofit organization, is dedicated to closing the gap between what is known and what is done about public health problems. MSH saves lives and improves health by helping public and private organizations throughout the world to effectively manage people, medicines, money, and information. Working from more than 30 country offices and our US headquarters, our staff from 65 nations is highly regarded for its technical expertise, integrity, and commitment to making a lasting difference in health.

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is a nonprofit international health organization composed of more than 2,000 people from 73 nations. Their mission is to save lives and improve the health of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health. Together with their partners, they are helping managers and leaders in developing countries to create stronger management systems that improve health services for the greatest health impact.


EXPERTISE


MSH takes an integrated approach to building high-impact sustainable programs that address critical challenges in leadership, health systems management, human resources, and medicines. Simply put, they support stronger health systems for greater health impact.


Their expertise in these areas falls into the broad categories of management functions—for example, leadership and governance or pharmaceutical management—and health areas like tuberculosis or maternal, newborn, and child health. They apply their expertise by

  • Partnering with governments, local organizations, and communities in developing nations to build their own capacity for long-term health impact;
  • Providing global leadership in critical areas of health management and health care delivery;
  • Bringing the best of MSH from around the globe to the people we serve, working as One MSH with a focus on lasting health system improvements.

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Leadership, Governance, & Management

They work with in-country partners to build stronger health systems to improve:

    • the management and leadership of priority health programs, health organizations, and multisectoral partnerships such as The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, developing a critical mass of managers at all levels of the health system who can lead and inspire teams to achieve results;
    • the management systems of health organizations in the public and private sector, transferring practical approaches and skills to ensure that management structures contribute to sustainable organizational success;
    • the governance and management of health organizations and multisectoral partnerships, facilitating change and transferring knowledge to enable organizations to administer their resources efficiently and scale up their services.

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Health Service Delivery


MSH combines extensive public health expertise, proven service delivery approaches, and evidence-based interventions in five critical areas:

    • HIV & AIDS
    • Tuberculosis
    • Maternal, newborn, and child health
    • Family planning and reproductive health
    • Other communicable diseases, including malaria and pandemic and avian influenza

Human Resources for Health

MSH helps governments develop multisectoral strategies and policies to plan and manage their health workforces. We use a comprehensive approach that addresses all the facets of human resources for health needed to achieve an adequate supply of well-trained and motivated health workers. MSH offers capabilities in leadership, human resource management, education, partnerships, policy, and finance to achieve these goals.


Pharmaceutical Management


Vital to our success is a participatory approach to project design and implementation, which cultivates broad-based support from all stakeholders. We also build and improve infrastructure and local capacity to effectively purchase, store, deliver, and use quality essential medicines.

Health Care Financing


MSH helps governments and NGOs assess their current financial situation and systems, understand service costs, and develop initiatives to use existing funds more effectively and generate additional revenue—all with the goal of supporting a nation’s health priorities.

Health Information


MSH has developed proven methods for rapidly strengthening the analysis and use of existing health data—normally at the province, district, and facility levels—without revising existing recording and reporting requirements. With an emphasis on learning through action, district teams undertake assessments of health services, identify gaps in performance, and design solutions to support better decision-making and, therefore, better management of improved services.


MSH has worked closely with the Health Metrics Network of the WHO to develop a comprehensive approach for enhancing the performance of health information systems and data by employing a practical, strategic planning process that can be carried out by national working groups.

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