Department: Center for Communication Programs Work Schedule/Hours: Up to 27 hours per week Location: 111 Market Street Personnel area: School of Medicine
Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities were designed and implemented to assess the extent to which the 2018 Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Summit achieved its goals and how the Summit can be improved in the future years. A short online survey was sent to Summit participants in which both close-ended and open-ended questions were asked. The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant will perform qualitative data analysis of open-ended survey responses and assist in producing both quantitative and qualitative tables, graphs, infographics, briefs or other information products. This person will report to the Breakthrough ACTION Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor.
Specific duties and responsibilities:
Code short answer free text responses (qualitative analysis) to four questions from online survey data (n=288) across respondent groups (e.g. employment sector)
Explore themes and patterns in qualitative data
Other duties as assigned
Presentation of Findings
Present findings in narrative form, tables, graphs, infographics, Powerpoint slide decks, briefs or other survey products as requested
Assist the Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor in triangulating findings from multiple data sources and producing narrative, tables, graphs, infographics Powerpoint slide decks, briefs or other survey products as requested
Other duties as assigned
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Ability to perform data analysis in Atlas.ti
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
Open to supervision and constructive criticism
Attention to detail
Ability to meet deadlines
Strong writing and critical thinking skills
Qualitative data analysis experience
Bachelor's degree in related discipline and some related experience.Additional education may substitute for required experience and additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Masters Degree and three years of related experience. Previous experience analyzing qualitative data in Atlas.ti, Excel or other software,
coursework in monitoring and evaluation and experience in data visualization desired.
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