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Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation Intern

Project: EqualHealth is looking for an individual to work as part of the Monitoring and Evaluating (M&E) Committee. We are seeking a motivated individual who would like to help evaluate the experiences of Haitian health professionals who participate in a variety of programs throughout the year, including:

-EqualHealth’s annual medical education conference in Haiti

-The annual Social Medicine Course

-Various visiting professorships

-Our new Medical Education Fellowship

More information about the programs to be evaluated is available at www.equalhealth.org/programs

The intern selected for this position would be involved in the creation, implementation and analysis of evaluation tools, which will be customized for each program or project. This is an incredible opportunity to learn the inner workings of a non-governmental organization doing global health education work.

Applicant: The ideal applicant will be comfortable in multicultural and multilingual settings, organized, detail oriented, deadline focused and able to work independently. French or Haitian Creole proficiency is preferred but not required. A classroom or experiential background in monitoring and evaluation or quality improvement is a plus.

The applicant will have excellent electronic communication habits, with daily access to email and comfort with texting, skype and other video/chat communication formats. Location is not a barrier, and remote internships are an option.

Supervisor: Erica Felker-Kantor, Monitoring and Evaluation Committee Chair

Internship Logistics: The internship will begin upon selection, and last for a minimum of one year, though those interested in longer term commitments to our organization are preferred. Time commitment will be approximately 5-10 hours a week, and most work would be done independently and on your own time. Supervision is remote.  This is not a paid internship.

EqualHealth is committed to helping individuals attain their academic goals, and to that end we are willing to work with those currently enrolled in college or graduate programs to meet requirements for practicum or other commitments in terms of supervision, documentation and time requirements.

 

How to apply: Please send (1) a copy of your CV and (2) a cover letter to cfox@equalhealth.org. In your CV please address all language skills and level of fluency (oral, reading and writing). In your cover letter, please address your interest in our organization, as well as your ability to meet our time commitment.