Data Visualisation Lead: TB Technical Support Unit (TB TSU)

at  Genesis

South Africa, , South Africa -

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Immediate13 Feb, 2023Not Specified14 Oct, 20223 year(s) or aboveVisuals,Typography,Data Visualization,Social Sciences,Tableau,Completion,Data Analysis,Multimedia,Public Health,DesignNoNo
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Genesis Analytics is the largest African-based economic consultancy with its headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa. As testament to the firm’s purpose of unlocking value in Africa, we have worked in 43 countries on the continent and 91 countries globally with offices in Nairobi and London.
We use our analytical capabilities to improve decision-making and, through better decisions, unlock substantial value for our clients and society. We built our reputation in the areas of competition and regulatory economics, and financial services strategy consulting, but have since expanded our offering to incorporate applied behavioural economics, evaluation for development, and health.
Our Health team provides experts with decades of experience in the design, implementation and evaluation of health programmes and in the provision of analytical and advisory services that inform health policy and practice.
The Health Practice has six areas of service expertise, namely research, evaluation and design, behavioural sciences, health economics and financing, digital health, technical support services and sustainable health systems.


The Tuberculosis Technical Support Unit (TB TSU) is a three-year Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-funded opportunity, aimed at augmenting the capacity within National Department of Health (NDoH) by embedding technical human resources to help fast-track the effective implementation of the TB Recovery Plan (2022/23) and to ensure the effective transition to the new National TB Programme Strategic Plan 2023-2028.


  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in public health, social sciences, international development or another related field, completion of an M&E course desired
  • Minimum of 3 years’ professional experience in data visualization
  • Excellent visual skills, including demonstrable design knowledge, such as layout, typography, colour, interaction and design.
  • Fluency with data visualisation tools such as PowerBI or Tableau
  • Demonstrable capability to draw on data from multiple sources before analysing, synthesising and presenting the results/findings in a way to that supports data use
  • Capacity to work in a multi-disciplinary team, including coordinating technical input into a framework.
  • Ability to work rapidly, both in person and remotely, with team members in various locations.
  • A good understanding of the South African health system



The Data Visualisation Lead is responsible for developing and managing a TB dashboard for provinces and districts to monitor the national TB programme’s performance against set objectives. The Data Visualisation Lead will report directly to the TB TSU Director, and liaise with the Director for Research, Information, Monitoring and Evaluation Systems within the TB Directorate for day-to-day duties.


The expected responsibilities of the TB TSU Data Visualisation Lead will include:

  • Streamlining routine data capture and flow processes
  • Making large and/or complex data more accessible, understandable and usable
  • Transforming, improving and integrating data, depending on the programme requirements
  • Combining the data result sets across multiple sources such as DHIS and
  • Developing compelling graphics, charts and multimedia visuals and managing TB dashboards to enhance data use
  • Providing strategic, data-driven insights using both conceptual problem-solving and quantitative approaches
  • Identifying and overcoming problems that emerge during data analysis
  • Monitoring the project’s performance against set objectives


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