Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We believe in the power and potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. And it is girls who are most affected.
This role will entail on job learning from key monitoring and evaluation activities, processes and engagements not limited to documentation, reporting, baseline and evaluation surveys, knowledge management, regular monitoring and evaluation processes, capacity building and mentorship of staff on monitoring and evaluation, scheduled M&E trainings as well as periodic workshops and learning forums that may come up from time to time.
Monitoring & Evaluation Graduate Internship Responsibilities
- Periodic project reporting
- Documentation and dissemination of information
- Data collection, entry, analysis and development of reports
- Selection and recruitment of consultants to undertake surveys and evaluations and formative researches
- Stages of baseline and evaluation execution and management of consultants
- Working with communities on monitoring and evaluation
- Build capacity on research with children and ethical principles on conducting studies
- Capacity building on public speaking and delivery on reports in workshops and forums
- Development of abstracts, best practices and case studies
- Working with various donors and templates for reporting
- Networking and coordination of roles by working with hub M&E coordinators and senior M&E coordinator
- Work ethics and key competencies of team work, honesty, integrity and leadership 1Working with peers and other departments and how that relates to monitoring and evaluation
- Use of software like SPSS, STATA, ODK, Kobocollect, Epidata etc. 1How to put into use acquired skills including future engagements with employers and placement in the job market
Qualifications for the Monitoring & Evaluation Graduate Internship
- Graduates from Kenyan universities/reputable colleges
- Must have completed studies in a relevant field of study within the last 24 months.
- Graduates who are below 25 years old and willing to commit their time on the program for the entire year
- Demonstrated good character, creativity, honesty, positive attitude and ability to learn
- Graduates who are currently not in employment
- Degree in Social Sciences, Statistics, Economics, Anthropology, Public Health, Social Work, Biostatistics preferred.
- Demonstrate potential skills in documentation, analysis, research, passion for writing and working with communities.
- Documentation skills
- Public speaking skills
- Data analysis and report writing skills
- Leadership skills
- People skills (team building, group skills)
- Practical skills in databases developments and working with analysis software
- Capacity building for M&E skills
- Management of baseline and studies
- Knowledge management skills
- Research with children
- Ethical issues and research including IRB processes
- Abstract writing and proposal developments
- Presentation skills
- Personality building skills
- Coordination and networking skills
How to Apply