HMIS Coordinator -Mogadishu, SS- Somali Nationals Only

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Under the general guidance of Health Programme Manager, the HMIS coordinator will take the overall responsibility of the day-to-day implementation of the HMIS components in health Programme in Southern States Particularly Health Projects supported by Save the children in CSS regions. Among his/her tasks will be leading coordination of information management activities with the SC/ MOH staffs at the health facilities and work closely with the district health management team. Organise M&E activities and assist in the management of monitoring information, in order to support the delivery of high quality and effective health Programming. The HMIS coordinator will be responsible for the quality and accuracy of the Health Programme activities in Southern States.


Reports to: Health Program Manager

Country Dimensions:  Save the Children has been working in Somalia for more than 60 years. The Country Office has over 500 staff across 14 field offices (Boroma, Burao and Hargeisa in Somaliland; Bosasso, Garowe, Galkayo and Gardo in Puntland; Beletweyne, Adaado, Abudwak, Baidoa, Kismayo, Dhobley and Mogadishu in Central South Somalia). Our Country Office coordination and administration base is in Nairobi, Kenya. In 2017, as a result of significant scale up for the countrywide drought response, our annual spend FY2017 was US$117 million and we reached more than 2 million people through our humanitarian and longer term development work in Health, Nutrition, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), Education, Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL), Child Protection and Child Rights Governance. The Country Office manages 61 active awards totalling US$165 million from a range of governmental/institutional donors, including DFID, ECHO, EU, FFP, OFDA, and DANIDA being some of our largest.

Number of direct reports: HMIS Officers, HMIS data Clerk



  • BSC Nursing, BSC Public Health, BSC health Information system management and degree in social sciences/Statistics/Computer Science/another relevant field, or equivalent experience.
  • Minimal 2 years’ relevant experience (HMIS experience)
  • Commitment to and understanding Save the Children’s aims, values and principles.
  • Experience in Ministry of Health information system management at all health care levels (district hospital, health centre and primary health unit)
  • Training in Data Monitoring and basic descriptive analysis
  • Strong organisational and analytical skills and ability to work well under pressure and with minimal supervision.
  • Strong interpersonal and community mobilisation skills.
  • Highly motivated, and flexible.
  • Excellent computer skills particularly in Access, SPSS, EPI Info and Excel
  • Willing and able to be based and travel regularly within remote areas, where services are limited.



  • Demonstrated understanding of primary health care, HMIS and M&E in humanitarian programmes

  • Experience working in Mogadishu and Southern States context.


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Application will be closed on 20th January 2020.


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