Project Assistant - Data Analysis

Posted By: The Union

New Delhi

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Public Health/WASH

Job Description

The Position: The Union is seeking qualified local candidates for the position ofProject Assistant- Data Analysis based atNew Delhi The post holder will report to Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator in the TB and Communicable Diseases Unit, Union South - East Asia Office. Purpose: The position will be responsible for ongoing analysis of all the data assigned to him/her, obtained from a variety of sources, including programme data, patient care, financial, and demographic data. It requires the ability to analyze data from conceptualization through presentation. Key Deliverables: 1. Work with projects to develop and understand data analysis requirements. 2. Ensure systems are in place to record, file and access data required by any project member through the use of available resources like share point/ shred drive etc. 3. Coordinate with stakeholders for ensuring timely availability of review data for appropriate events e.g. Quarterly Performance reports (QPRs) for Sub-recipient (SR)

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Qualification, Experienceand Skills required: • Graduate in any stream with 2-3 years of experience in MIS, Data management and analysis and Administrative duties • Degree/diploma in IT will be preferred • Strong attention to detail and accuracy • Fluent written and spoken English • Strong oral and written communication, analytical, consultation and interpersonal skills • Excellent organisational skills and ability to successfully manage competing priorities and meet deadlines • Proficiency with analytical tools (MS Excel and MS Access), knowledge of data analysis methodology, use of presentation software.

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:The Union
  • About Organization:About The Union: The mission of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) is to bring innovation, expertise, solutions and support to address health challenges in low- and middle-income populations. Founded in 1920, The Union today is both a non-profit institute with five scientific departments and several offices worldwide and a federation of close to 3,000 organisations and individuals who are committed to the same goals. Its scientific departments focus on tuberculosis, HIV, lung health and non-communicable diseases, tobacco control and research; and each engages in research, provides technical assistance and offers training and other capacity-building activities leading to health solutions for the poor.