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Intern at IRC in the USA

Call for Learning Intern at IRC in the USA

Country: USA
City: New York
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There is an application call for Intern at IRC in the USA. The internship is based on Violence Prevention and Response Monitoring Evaluation.

Job Description

The Violence, Prevention and Response Unit (VPRU) supports programming that prevents and responds to violence against women, children, and other vulnerable groups. Over the past 16 years, IRC has pioneered VPR programs in refugee settings and in other conflict-affected contexts, making it a global leader in this field.

Job Overview:

The primary role of the VPR MEL Intern is to work closely with the MEL team to support the training, submission, management and analysis of the annual statistics for the global Violence Prevention and Response team. This will include interacting with an online data management platform and building dashboards. Additionally, the VPR MEL Intern may work with technical staff to improve the knowledge management of resources for field and HQ teams .

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the designated period, the intern will: · Learn about VPR programming within the IRC and the work of the technical unit

  • Develop an understanding of the challenges and opportunities present in designing and adapting effective M&E systems for programs around the world
  • Also, hone hard skills in data management, cleaning, analysis, & visualization
  • Likewise, execute on at least one deliverable worthy of inclusion in a professional portfolio


The intern must meet the given criteria

  • Undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree focusing on psychology, social work, public health, statistics, international affairs, humanitarian assistance, etc.
  • Also, experience and/or coursework in monitoring & evaluation, research methods, and quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Likewise, demonstrated skills using data analysis tools such as Excel, Power BI or Tableau
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication abilities across a diverse team of staff
  • Also, the ability to work independently on projects with minimal supervision
  • Highly organized with thorough attention to detail
  • Furthermore, flexible and able to prioritize and juggle competing priorities
  • Also, experience with electronic survey data collection platforms such as CommCare or Kobo preferred but not required
  • Likewise, French and/or Arabic language skills are a plus

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Type of Opportunity Internships
Deadline10 November,2020
CityNew York
Open toAll ANtionalities
OrganizerInternational Rescue Committee



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