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Senior Associate, New Vaccines Introduction and Service Delivery BSc - MSc Job

2024-06-10 09:55   NGO/Non-Profit Jobs   Abuja   21 views
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Project Background

WJCF’s immunization program supports the MoHFW’s UIP at the national level and in the focus states of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh. The programme also supports national and state governments on broader operational aspects such as planning, capacity building and systems improvements for immunization service delivery.
In Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh, the programme provides catalytic support for achieving and sustaining 90% FIC. The programme focuses on setting up effective program management & review mechanisms, identifying pressing challenges as well as best practices in RI, enhancing impact of well performing interventions, developing & deploying effective solutions to pressing challenges and undertaking multi-year planning for long term immunization systems strengthening.

Position Summary

WJCF is seeking a highly motivated individual with exceptional credentials and demonstrated analytical and problem solving abilities for the Analyst, Routine Immunization role. Reporting to the Manager, Routine Immunization in Bihar, the Analyst will be an integral team member providing continuous analytical and programmatic support to our Immunization team in Bihar. The Analyst will deliver critical and on-demand program insights by leveraging multiple immunization and public health databases and field insights. This role requires independence, coordination with cross-functional teams, stakeholder management ,flexibility, and a strong commitment to excellence.


Support WJCF’s Immunization team and the Government of Bihar in implementing the routine immunization program by strengthening management, governance, service delivery, and supply chain aspects.
Provide the state leadership with insights to aid key policy, strategy, and program implementation decisions. The role also involves supporting the government in developing high-impact reports and presentations. The analyst will be instrumental in communicating key findings and recommendations to stakeholders, fostering informed decision-making at all levels.
Develop the capacity of the state and sub-state program managers in data analytics by developing easy to use dashboards and performance reports for program review meetings, planning, and decision-making.
Analyst will also support the state in training of program managers and data handlers in data analytics.
Conceptualize, design, and coordinate program monitoring and evaluation close collaboration with the state and program leadership.
Document program progress through reports, presentations, concept notes, proposals, and templates for internal use and dissemination at state and national levels.
Build and maintain strong working relationships with stakeholders across the immunization ecosystem in the state.
Create customized tools and templates for evidence driven decision-making and review at the sub-state level.
Travel on short notice to various parts of the state.
Undertake any other duties as requested by the Manager, Routine Immunization.


Master’s/Bachelor’s degree in public health, management, economics, engineering, computer science, statistics, operations research, or allied areas.
2+ years of relevant work experience in a result-driven environment, in public sector, consulting, investment banking, pharma, or insurance analytics.
Prior project management experience for medium/large scale analytics projects preferred.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint and Word), PowerBI, QGIS, STATA, etc.
Excellent analytical (qualitative and quantitative) and communication skills, including an ability to create persuasive presentations and written reports.
Entrepreneurial mindset with the ability to work independently, self-motivate, and propose new initiatives.
Strategic thinking, ability to handle ambiguity, and problem-solving in a fast-paced, limited-structure environment.
Fluency in English and Hindi.


Proficiency in healthcare databases like HMIS, NFHS, or similar platforms.
Experience in developing tools and aids in a public-sector context.
Strong understanding of public health/immunization context.

Company Description
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