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Enumerators (12 Positions) at IQVA Malawi

  • Full Time
  • Malawi
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IQVA Malawi


Vacancy – Enumerators 12 positions


To assess the impact of Global Fund’s investments on the readiness of the health facilities to provide care and deliver quality of care, The GF is supporting the Targeted Health Facility Assessment (t-HFA) in 16 countries to provide information about health facility readiness to provide care and the quality of care delivered.

The t-HFA is a cross-sectional survey of health facilities. Indicators that the t-HFA will measure include GF Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and other non-KPI indicators. These indicators are designed to help countries monitor and evaluate their health programs, and they are part of GF’s performance framework.

Malawi is one of the 16 countries implementing interventions from the Global Fund, led by IQVIA and this survey is therefore aimed at assessing the GF targeted health facilities within the country.


Excellent individuals are required to take up the part time enumerator position at IQVA and participate in the following roles in the project:

Under the supervision of co-investigators

  • Conduct surveys using face to face tablet assisted interviewing software- SurveyCTO.

  • Interview Health Facility Staff

  • Interview community health workers

  • Conduct patient exit interviews.

  • Update data into tablets using CAPI.

  • Observation of health facility attributes (e.g., clinical guideline documents)

  • Record Reviews

  • Review the survey instruments

  • Ensure that tablets are safely kept and maintained during and after data collection

  • Ensure compliance with relevant ethical requirements e.g. consenting, confidentiality, data protection etc.

Qualifications and Experience

  • The candidate must have degree in health related courses or social sciences or Diploma with at least 3 years of experience in the field.

  • Proven experience of conducting data collection using digital data gathering devices and tools.

  • Ability to work independently and in high-pressure situations under tight deadlines

  • Strong commitment to collect quality data

  • Willingness to travel and spend long hours in the field

  • Good understanding of safeguarding issues, data protection and ethical guidelines

Method Of Application

Interested candidates, who meet the above qualifications, should send their CV (3 pages maximum including contacts of three referees) and Cover Letter to

The deadline for applications is 7th April 2024. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

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