Job Vacancies Project Concern International
Position: Monitoring and Evaluation
Location: Washington, United States of America
Closing Date: Tuesday, 16 October 2012
Founded in 1961, PCI is an international development and humanitarian assistance organization dedicated to promoting community health and integrated development worldwide. PCI is headquartered in San Diego, CA, and currently operates in 16 countries in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Sectoral focus areas include humanitarian assistance and disaster risk management; health and nutrition; water and sanitation; food and livelihood security; and disease prevention and mitigation. With a FY11 operating budget of $34 million, PCI serves nearly 5 million people annually.
PCI’s Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Unit seeks an intern to work on a variety of monitoring and evaluation tasks, including:
Researching appropriate Monitoring and Evaluation methodologies for a variety of programs
Assisting with M&E plans design and documentation
Editing and reviewing M&E reports and manuals
Reviewing program files and entering data related to beneficiaries into an organizational database
Supporting M&E new business development efforts, e.g. developing performance monitoring and evaluation plans (PMEPs), indicator performance tracking tables, etc.
Providing administrative assistance to the M&E unit as needed
Other tasks as needed
Applicant must be a current student and either able to receive academic credit or able to provide an official letter from the school stating that the internship contributes to intern’s education.
Training and/or experience in monitoring and evaluation
Experience in a professional setting, minimum 1-2 years
Graduate student in international studies of any kind, public health, or related academic study.
Excellent written and verbal skills
Interest in NGOs and international health and development
Computer skills including word processing (Microsoft Word), spreadsheets (Excel); familiarity with database design and management
Statistical skills using SPSS, STATA, SAS or EpiInfo preferred
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
Fluency in English and Spanish required
We are looking for dedicated individuals willing to commit to a 4 month minimum internship of 15 hours per week during business hours. This internship is an unpaid position and located in Washington, DC.
HOW TO APPLY:
If you feel you would be a good fit for this opportunity, please include the following:
Cover letter specifying which volunteer/intern opportunity you are interested in, why you are a good fit for the position, and start/end dates of estimated availability
Resume or CV
Please apply ASAP, as we will accept applicants on a rolling basis. Ideally, internships will begin by mid-September, but we are flexible for students on the quarter system.
PCI is an equal opportunity employer.
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