Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Intern
As Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Intern you will support the CSC’s Monitoring & Evaluation strategy and the Shared Learning activities. You will support the development and implementation of M&E frameworks and tools, support coordination of shared learning activities and administration of our online shared learning platforms ensuring that key learning is shared across our network and wider civil society.
- Reporting: Advocacy and Research Manager
- Working hours: part-time, 3 days per week, flexible days
- Salary: this is an unpaid volunteering opportunity. Expenses reimbursed to a flat rate of £20 per day
- Location: CSC’s offices, London
- Duration: 3-6 months
About Consortium for Street Children
The Consortium for Street Children (CSC) is the global Network of organisations working to change the world for street children. We do this by working together on advocacy, research and innovative projects to support street children and improve their lives. We have 100+ members working in 130 countries around the world.
Monitoring and Evaluation
- Support the identification of adequate tools to gather, store and analyse data
- Support the identification of reporting mechanisms and data management systems
- Design templates for department managers to use when monitoring and evaluating their activities
- Provide support for project communications and help to organise learning events.
- Support the identification of potential CSC work that can be disseminated across CSC’s network members.
- Identify key resources and make them accessible to CSC members on online learning platfom
- Support the identification of best practices to strengthen our shared learning strategy
- Support implementation partners to meet the shared learning activities schedule
- Assist the implementation of learning projects in partnership with our network members
- Carry out any other duties within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job
- Abide by all CSC Policies, Regulations and Procedures
- Experience conducting monitoring and evaluation (E)
- Experience capturing and sharing learning (D)
- Experience working in an NGO (D)
- Use of CMS such as WordPress and use of social media (D)
Skills and abilities
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (E)
- Excellent oral, written and presentation skills (E)
- Excellent attention to detail (E)
- Organised and pro-active, able to work on projects independently when required (E)
- Team player with adaptable and pragmatic approach to work (E)
- Excellent IT skills and ability to learn new programmes quickly. (D)
- Monitoring and Evaluation methods (E)
- International development and children’s rights (D)
- Communications tools / techniques for different audiences (D)
- Degree level or equivalent (international development/scientific degree preferred) (E)
- Other requirements
- Commitment to realising street children’s rights (E)
- A self-starter who is keen to be part of a small team making a big difference (E)
E = Essential
D = Desirable
To apply for this role, please email the following to us by 16th July 2018:
- Your CV
- A cover letter (no more than one side of A4)
- Details for two references including their name, role, relationship to you, email address and telephone number.
Please note that you must have the legal right to work in the UK to apply for this role.