MIS Assistant

Posted By: Tb-Alert India


Junior Management


Public Health/WASH

Job Description

Job Title: MIS Assistant/DEOs

Organization: TB Alert India

Total positions: 01

Positions Location: Patiala, Punjab

TB Alert India (TBAI) is a not-for-profit organization working with a vision to make India free from TB. It has a strong presence in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Panjab, West Bengal, Haryana and Delhi. All projects of TBAI aim at supplementing the National Tuberculosis Elimination Program (NTEP), mobilizing, and linking local communities in fighting against TB.

TBAI is looking for a highly motivated individual with outstanding credentials and with experience of working in TB control.

About the program: The Joint Effort for Elimination of TB (JEET) 2.0 with support from The Global Fund aims to accelerate progress of National Tuberculosis Elimination Program (NTEP) towards TB elimination by improving quality of care and increasing patients’ access to drugs and diagnostics through technology driven interventions and partnerships with the private sector. Specifically, the project will address gaps in Latent TB Infection (LTBI) care cascade, measure and improve quality of care across the cascade and build NTEP capacity with the objective to address the LTBI burden by establishing mechanisms for household contact tracing of adults and children in contact with Pulmonary TB patients and ensuring access to comprehensive TB prevention, care and support services.

Roles and Responsibilities

The following are the major responsibilities included but not limited to;

• Timely completion of required MIS reporting as per Global Fund & PR requirements.

• Collect, compile and manage data related to LTBI contacts demographic details, diagnostic tests and treatment details using program’s MIS

• Conduct data quality checks, data audits

• Submit reports and participate in district/state level reviews periodically as per project requirement

• Undertake periodic training of project staff on the MIS system and M&E processes

• Support Supervisor and District Lead in conducting project reviews

• Undertake field visits to ensure compliance to data reporting processes and ensure quality

• Maintain patient and project data confidentiality

• Collect and maintain the documentation of drugs disbursed in program MIS

Desired Skills and Experience:

• Any graduate with at least 1 year of experience in data management, MIS and documentation in health program

• Computer skills

• English writing skills

• Data Entry and project management skills

• Computer skills – MS Excel, SPSS or Epi Info

• Strong communication (local Knowledge and English)

• Data Collection Methodology

• Convincing and mobilizing skills

• Ability to work in a diverse culture

• Training skills

• Basic Monitoring skills

• Must have a mobile phone with following specifications due to reporting requirements:

Device Details:

Android version 4.1 or greater

Support for mobile data and Wi-Fi

At least 1 GHz processor (higher is better)

At least 1 GB of RAM

(Recommended) Large screen size to use mobile application

(Recommended) Long lasting battery, at least 2500 mAh


Please submit a comprehensive CV at - jobs@tbalertindia.org.in

Copy to : nirajs@tbalertindia.org.in

Salary: Monthly CTC (Cost To Company) for this position is up to a maximum of INR 21,000 only per month and this would be decided and agreed up on based on the last drawn/current salary, experience in the relevant sector, credentials and performance in the interview.

TBAI is an equal opportunity employer, encourage women candidates meeting the above criteria to apply. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Location: Patiala, Punjab

Eligibility Criteria

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Desired Candidate Profile


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Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Tb-Alert India
  • About Organization:TB Alert India (TBAI), the Indian arm of TB Alert works to the vision of a ‘TB Free India’. It aims to prevent morbidity and mortality associated with TB by providing holistic TB care i.e. addressing psycho-social and economic aspects which affect uptake of TB testing and treatment.