Survey Manager at The African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET)

The African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) was established in 2005 as a non-profit organization and networking alliance of African Field Epidemiology (and Laboratory) Training Programs (FELTPs), and other applied epidemiology training programs.The African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) seeks the services of candidates to fill the vacant position for the Nigerian Field Epidemiology and Training Program (NFELTP) program below:Job Title: Survey ManagerResponsibilitiesThe responsibilities of the Survey Manager include;Support the LAGAIS state secretariat in planning and coordination of all survey related activitiesActive liaising all stakeholders and implementing partnersSupport the LAGAIS state secretariat in documentation of survey related activitiesProvide oversight and direction for state-level trainingsProvide oversight and direction for report writing for the LAGAISProvide logistics for timely retrieval of any completed hard copy questionnaires, incident forms, requisite forms etc.Work with the data management team to ensure success of the data collection procedures for the LAGAISSupport dissemination of survey results including production of charts, maps, presentations and technical briefs/fact sheets on the outcome of the surveyAttend all technical meetingsWork with the TC to ensure the prompt day to day running of LAGAISconduct, following the timelineBe prepared to work weekends and travel to enumeration areas when need beKey Deliverables:Comprehensive weekly report of survey processes and proceedingsCentral-level training planning, implementation and reportingPresentation slides for dissemination of survey findingsTrip reports (for trips made during the contract period)Log of activities related to contract implementationDocumentation of lessons learnt during the survey periodEnd-of-survey report - Survey reports including fact sheets, technical briefs and full survey report 

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