The Summer Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Intern will provide technical support and input to the MERL work of the Department of Global Health (DGH) and provide organizational and coordination support to DGH’s MERL Technical Team.
What You’ll Be Doing (Essential Duties)
The Summer Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Intern will provide technical support and input to the MERL work of the Department of Global Health (DGH) and provide organizational and coordination support to DGH’s MERL Technical Team. This work will include providing support with various MERL-related tasks across several global health projects. Examples of tasks include providing support for routine reporting, data analysis, documentation, and data visualization work; supporting the development and implementation of country offices’ MERL tools and plans; conducting desk and literature reviews; and supporting the design, implementation, and analysis for research and evaluation activities. Support to the DGH MERL Technical Team will include the development of a MERL resource database, development of an indicator bank, coordination of regular MERL team meetings, and other tasks as needed.
Essential Duties, Responsibilities and Impact
Department of Global Health MERL Program Support:
MERL Technical Team Support:
What’s In It for You
Classification: Paid Intern
Part-time: 16-24 hours per week
Dates: June 2, 2020 to August 7, 2020
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