The Caribbean Training and Education Center for Health (C-TECH) seeks to recruit a Monitoring & Evaluation Officer to support the implementation of monitoring and evaluation activities outlined in the M&E work plan and contribute to the regular analysis and reporting of datasets in support of policy implementation, service planning and performance management. The Officer will be required to strengthen the capacity of the sites in the supported region in data collection and data management by provision of greater on-site technical assistance to improve the monitoring and evaluation capacity of the region and foster a culture of monitoring and evaluation.


  • Reporting mechanisms requirements relevant to the programme are met.
  • Monthly Programme reports relating to M&E activities
  • Monthly status update of progress on indicator targets
  • Timely and accurate updating of the HIV Treatment Services Information System
  • Support the planning and execution of quarterly performance reviews



  1. Collaborate with professional staff and field officers in collecting, collating, and analysing data from treatment sites, testing sites and HIV databases.
  2. Manage data from sites, parishes and the region.
  3. Coordinate timely data entry in the HIV database and support the site TCSOs to conduct quarterly data quality assessments for each site in the region.
  4. Assist site staff in using data to identify gaps and implement interventions
  5. Provide monthly status updates on progress towards meeting indicator targets
  6. Oversee implementation of various data collection tools and ensure that data is of the highest quality
  7. Assist with the revision of data collection tools and make recommendations based on observations at the field level.
  8. Lead the development and maintenance of tracking systems for reports received and processed.
  9. Participate in training workshops to build capacity in Monitoring and Evaluation.
  10. Any other duties related to the implementation of M&E.



  • Highly developed analytical skills
  • Ability to use SPSS, SAS, STATA or equivalent programme, advance MS Excel skillset
  • Strong communication skills, including report writing and confidence in delivering complex presentations
  • Good project management, time management and problem-solving skills
  • Able to respond to deadlines and prioritize accordingly
  • Ability to interact well and develop positive relationships with Regional and National stakeholders
  • Sound knowledge of monitoring and evaluation methods



  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences or Natural Sciences or Nursing PLUS at least 4 years of research/surveillance experience /health science
  • knowledge of HIV/AIDS and Public Health Research/Surveillance
  • Knowledge of TSIS2 is a PLUS


Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to the Human Resource Department at  no later than Friday, October 14, 2022.


Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

A stressful work environment can contribute to several health issues both mentally and physically, these may include headache, insomnia, stomach-aches, anxiety, difficulty concentrating high blood pressure, and a weakened immune system. 

It is important then that we take meaningful steps to ensure that we are manging our own personal space to avoid some of these issues. Our assumption, perception and expectation affect how we react to others and life situations and ultimately how we view how jobs. When assumption, expectations and perceptions are not met, we respond through our thought’s feelings and behaviours. It is important to practice positive thinking as our thoughts affects how we feel, and our feelings affects how we behave.

Here are some tips to help you with your work environment:

  • Seek for clarity instead of trying to convince yourself of what others are thinking
  • Refrain from personalisation, not everything mentioned is a direct attack on you
  • Invest in self care
  • Set limits
  • Proper nutrition
  • Connect with people

We often here people expressing how stressed they are feeling or how over worked they are, not having enough time to do the things they like such as spending time with friend and families or even a few self-care activities. We have watch families suffer due to long working hours as well as our jobs due to loss of interest and enthusiasm resulting from burnout. 

When workers are balanced and happy, they are more productive, take fewer sick days, and are more likely to stay in their jobs.

Here is how you can accomplish work life balance

At work    

  • Set manageable goals each day. 
  • Be efficient with your time at work. 
  • Take five. 
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Give yourself a break. 

         At Home

  • Don’t over commit. 
  • Get support. 
  • Stay active. 
  • Treat your body right. 
  • Get help if you need it. 

Tameca Dempster-Mattocks is an accomplished Associate Counseling Psychologist and Financial Counsellor, holding an M.Sc. Degree in Counselling and Social Work from Mico University College, along with multiple certifications in mental health from the University of Washington.


Currently, she holds the positions of Regional Psychologist – NERHA and Mental Health Program Coordinator at the Caribbean Training & Education Center for Health (C-TECH). Tameca has successfully managed regional mental health projects, overseeing and leading impactful initiatives that positively influence the mental well-being of individuals in the region. 


With a passion for community service, Tameca actively contributes to various private and charitable organizations, dedicating her time as a volunteer to support community members and at-risk youth.

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