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As a global cooperative agreement, Human Resources for Health (HRH2030) supports USAID/Washington and field missions in strengthening human resources for health (HRH) to increase the accessibility, availability, acceptability, and quality of the health workforce needed to improve health outcomes and advance universal health coverage. Globally, HRH2030 is designed to 1) increase performance and productivity of the health workforce, 2) increase the number, skill mix, and competency of the health workforce, 3) strengthen HRH/HSS leadership and governance capacity and, 4) increase sustainability of investment in the health workforce. In Indonesia, HRH2030 is implemented by Chemonics International. At the global level, in addition to Chemonics, consortium partners include: Palladium, URC, ThinkWell, AIHA, Amref Health Africa, and Open Development.
In Indonesia, HRH2030 will support the Ministry of Health and partners to optimize their health workforce in order to address health challenges, including maternal and newborn health (MNH) and HIV.  Supporting a diverse population of more than 260 million people living across 17,000 archipelagos and an estimated 4.2 million births annually, the Government of Indonesia (GOI) is committed to ending preventable maternal and child deaths (EPMCD). However, challenges to achieve optimal maternal and newborn health (MNH) outcomes in Indonesia remain. This project will bring attention to the human resources for health (HRH) who drive the health systems for MNH outcomes, including midwives, nurses, and doctors, such as obstetrician- gynecologists (OBGYNs) and pediatricians. Action is needed to build quality clinical skills, address inefficient planning, deployment, tracking and management approaches, and ensure the availability, accessibility and accountability of a well-qualified and well-trained workforce that has the skills mix necessary to respond to the MNH needs of the population. HRH2030 will identify and demonstrate strategies to optimize the MNH-focused health workforce in terms of HR management, skills development, and licensure, as well as to address youth health graduate underemployment.

As one activity included in the portfolio of HRH2030/Indonesia interventions, HRH2030 will support the BPPSDMK under Ministry of Health to explore the availability of human resource data, and support data sharing and visualization of data that can support the management and decision makers in health sector to better use of their data for management reform. HRH2030 also support the data sharing with related sectors using Business Intelligence.

Business Intelligence Assistance and Data Analytic Assistance – Short Term – 2 Persons

Job Summary:

The BI Assistance in coordination under the ICT Manager will responsible for BI activities, such as meta data development, technical documentation and deliver training for end users.. She/he will responsible in the area of Health and Human Resource Data.

Responsibility & Tasks:

Technical Supporting for ICT Manager for maintaining of Metadata for Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse
Develop of technical documentations including technical of business intelligence and data warehouse and related of metadata
Do testing application and write of technical documentation
Cross data analytic
Job Requirement:

Bachelor’s Degree in public health, or Information System, or related subject
Experience with visualization tools such as Tableau, DHIS2, Excel, SPSS, etc
Experience with DHIS2 Platform especially for data visualization and customization
Good knowledge of Excel, CSV and json file
Experience with data or related to health data

Deadline: 14 August 2019
How to apply

Send your application to zsjahrizal@hrh2030program.org

No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted..

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