Program Quality and Measurement Intern
World Concern, United States
2 years of relevant work experience
Closing Date for Applications:
Monitoring and Evaluation
- Develop new/revised data monitoring systems for gathering and analyzing project data on key program indicators and help World Concern document successes.
- Develop and facilitate learning activities for improved M&E processes
- Coordinate the collection, analysis, and communication of project data (e.g., conduct data quality audits or quality assurance assessments; capture, synthesize and analyze qualitative and quantitative data; present results effectively to internal managers and external stakeholders)
- Support the ongoing monitoring of Monitoring & Evaluation Plan within World Concern’s ongoing projects.
- Design surveys and M&E tools, strengthening World Concern’s use of different M&E software.
- Prepare relevant monitoring data for Monthly Program Reviews.
- Support data collection, entry, and qualitative and quantitative analysis
- Assist in the development of new grants and project proposals and participate in design workshops.
- Support the development of project work plans and M&E tools for proposals.
- Support in the development of tools and resources for field teams to use to improve quality and measurement.
Innovation and Strategy
- Stay up to date with all institutional donor guidelines and reporting templates.
- Review global trends, humanitarian response plans, and donor priorities, and identify areas of possible innovation or strategic alignment for World Concern’s programs.
- Provide training or information sessions for World Concern on areas of expertise or learning.
- Opportunity to conduct field research with approval and funding from the candidate’s university.
Communication, Logistics, and Administration
- Develop and improve World Concern’s communications materials, better documenting existing programs, past experiences and future plans.
- Support development of program visuals – including maps of program areas, graphics, and visual presentations for a variety of audiences, including government, donors, partners.
- A profession that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior.
- A lifestyle that is consistent with biblical principles.
- Agreement and support of CRISTA’s Doctrinal Statement.
- Demonstrates the values of a CRISTA leader.
- Currently enrolled or recently graduated from a program in international development, evaluation, research, program management or another related field;
- Strong written and oral communication skills;
- Experience using M&E tools like KoBo Toolbox, ODK, SurveyCTO, and similar tools is preferred but not required;
- Familiarity with proposal writing process and/or managing program data.
- Proficiency in spoken and written English, proficiency in another language an asset;
- Cross-cultural experience and cross-cultural communication skills;
- A mature Christian faith;
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to relate well and with authenticity to a diverse range of people;
- Collaborative, empathetic, Humble and resilient;
- Quick and willing learner;
- Adaptable and demonstrates initiative;
- Courageous in pursuing opportunities and challenges.
Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree program (internship), preferred enrollment in a relevant Master’s degree program (fellowship).
- Minimum 2 years of undergraduate degree completed, enrollment in a Master’s degree program strongly preferred.
- Strong understanding of the local church and its role in global missions.
SOFTWARE / EQUIPMENT KNOWLEDGE
- Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
- Email and internet-based communications (Skype, WhatsApp)
- Web-based file sharing (SharePoint, OneDrive)