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MEL Intern Justice Center

Join the CARE Climate Justice Center (CJC) and members of the team to contribute to CJC's goal to lead and coordinate the integration of climate justice and resilience across CARE's development and humanitarian work.

CARE's vision for climate justice

CARE International is a global confederation that works in over 100 countries towards overcoming poverty and achieving social justice. Climate justice is one of the 6 impact areas of CARE's 2030 vision. For CARE, climate justice means a future where the poorest and most marginalised have improved their wellbeing significantly. Where women and men can enjoy their human rights due to increased resilience to climate change, increased equality and a global temperature rise that is limited to 1.5°C. CARE's global goal for climate justice is to strengthen the resilience and adaptive capacities of 25 million poor and marginalised people, particularly women and girls, to the effects of climate change by 2030. To reach this goal, CARE is building on 20 years of experience.

About the Climate Justice Center

The CARE Climate Justice Center (CJC), hosted by CARE Nederland, is CARE International's Global Team working on climate justice. The CJC's main goal is to coordinate and enable the integration of climate justice and resilience across CARE's development and humanitarian work. We achieve this by sharing tools and fostering knowledge exchange between our 100+ global offices and local partners, validating and analysing internal impact data on climate justice, facilitating learning through the CARE Climate & Resilience Academy, and undertaking and supporting advocacy efforts at global, regional and national level.

What will you be doing?

The main objective of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) internship is to provide you with quality learning experience around data preparation, validation, analysis, interpretation and communication, impact measurement, and knowledge management. In turn, you will lend your expertise to contribute to CARE's Climate Justice Vision 2030 goal. As a MEL intern at the CARE Climate Justice Centre, you will:

  • Validate, analyse and interpret data from CARE entities globally and develop your understanding of carbon footprint measurement, climate smart practices and climate and environment policy in development organisations;
  • Learn how to develop training resources and support staff in reporting quality carbon footprint and climate-smart data;
  • Support in the organisation and facilitation of sensemaking sessions for staff to gain insights on carbon footprint and climate smart data collected;
  • Expand your skills in producing and sharing high quality and engaging reports that demonstrate CARE's results with recommendations to the CARE confederation;
  • Learn how to produce and share engaging and inspirational knowledge products from key evaluations.

The internship will take place under the guidance and leadership of the CARE Climate Justice Center Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Specialist, based at CARE Uganda, with whom the intern will collaborate closely on all the above tasks.

What do you bring to the table?

Education & Qualifications: Masters students in the fields of Climate Change Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction, Geography, Environment, International Development Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, Data Analytics, Statistics

Essential for all intern positions:

  • Excellent proficiency in English;
  • Exceptional organisational, analytical and writing skills;
  • Good eye for detail, collaborative, proactive, and creative;
  • Passionate about climate change adaptation, climate justice and gender justice;
  • High interest in adult learning, (online) training design and knowledge management;
  • Comfortable with, and able to quickly learn new technologies;
  • Ability to work with a diverse range of technical colleagues (remotely) and to work independently with limited supervision;
  • Open-minded and flexible attitude towards responsibilities and ad-hoc requests for support;
  • Currently enrolled at a Dutch University.

MEL-intern specific:

  • Quantitative data analysis skills (Excel skills specifically);
  • Power-BI skills (preferred).

Desired for all interns:

  • Good understanding of main climate change issues;
  • Experience in facilitation of online trainings and/or participatory meetings;
  • Experience with online learning systems such as Moodle, Curatr, Rise;
  • Proficiency in other languages (pref. Spanish, French, Arabic).

CARE maintains a zero tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse and child abuse and takes all concerns and complaints about sexual exploitation and abuse and child abuse involving CARE staff and related personnel seriously.

What does CARE offer?

  • The Climate Justice Center team is a global and dynamic team that gives you insight into CARE's development and humanitarian work worldwide, and provides you with a great opportunity to build a network within the climate space.
  • Internship opportunity starting 1 September.
  • The duration will be 6 months with possibility to extend - 4 to 5 days a week (to be discussed).
  • The possibility to both work from our CARE Nederland office in the heart of The Hague and work from home (50% of time).
  • The internship reimbursement will be EUR 330 when interning full time.
  • CARE will provide you with a laptop (on loan) for the duration of your internship.

Ready to apply?

Are you interested in this internship and do you meet the profiles sought? Please send your application using the button below. The deadline to respond to this vacancy is Sunday 23 June 2024.

The selected candidate will engage in an internship contract with CARE Nederland in which the guidance by both CARE as well as the University will be detailed.

  • For this position, it's important that you have a residency in The Netherlands and that you're enrolled in a Masters degree at a Dutch University.
  • As long as the vacancy is still visible, responding remains possible.

Acquisition in response to this advertisement is not appreciated .

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Uren per week:16 – 20

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