- Job posted on: 22nd Jun 2022
- Applications close:
Here at Beyond Essential Systems (BES) we make awesome technology and put it to good use in the world. Our aim is to improve decision making in low resource settings by providing meaningful data that results in well informed decisions, and better outcomes for individuals. Our services and products have impact across health, education, supply chain and disaster management, and we are proud to be able to provide innovative and collaborative solutions, while working closely with local partners in the Asia / Pacific region.
Our team is growing! As a Project Manager in the BES team, you’ll be working on projects that directly impact our overall mission. Our software suite includes Tupaia and Tamanu and we also implement and support mSupply and DHIS2 systems.
Currently, we are supporting several countries with digital health transformations across multiple platforms. This role will work with a partner Ministry of Health, helping define required reports and map information flows to support evidence-based data for decision making. The role is multi-faceted, ranging from designing data models and outputs, to developing data collection tools and training staff in their use. We have a strong focus on real-time data visibility and the role will focus on ensuring high quality, useful data is available to decision makers when needed.
It is not necessary to have used any of the BES tech stack (Tupaia, Tamanu, mSupply, DHIS2) but experience with eHealth or digital systems is highly desired.
This includes a substantial amount of in-country travel, particularly within the Pacific region.
The job is likely to involve approximately 75% travel outside Australia with first travel to commence after approximately 4 weeks of on-boarding.
You’ll have a real connection with our purpose and will be looking for a role where your work has a meaningful influence and impact on the lives of others. You’ll be a natural collaborator with initiative and drive.
Ideally, you’ll have experience in:
Having familiarity with Geographic Information System (GIS) or work experience in the Pacific would also be an advantage (but not required).
Where do we start! As well as being part of key projects and having meaningful work, we also offer:
Right now, we are using a mix of remote and office work, with teams having a nominated office day once a week and the rest is up to you!
The office is on Nicholson St in Brunswick East - close to Lygon Street with its Cafés, restaurants and bars - and there is a big park just behind our building. We would especially encourage you to apply if you are from a community that’s underrepresented in the technology or aid industry.