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Kenya YES Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Summer Internship
- Bachelor's degree
- Project, program management
- Intern or trainee
- Full Time
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RTI International seeks a candidate for the Kenya YES Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Internship. This internship will be unpaid and will take place during summer 2018, from May to August.
RTI International delivers the K-YES project, designed to improve access to improved Technical and Vocational Training and improve employment outcomes for underserved Kenyan youth. The project includes provision of scholarships, training, improved curricula, capacity development of Vocational Training Centres (VTCs), registration for national ID cards, gender inclusion, soft/workforce skills, and promotion of improved career services.
1. Synthesis and Analysis of Year-to-Date Performance Indicator Data on Creation of New or Improved Employment:
K-YES tracks student beneficiary/participant employment outcomes following graduation from VTCs and/or participation in other non-technical training or services. It is important for the project to track its results in terms of employment creation/improvement, and routinely report on this high-level result. However, there is a wealth of performance data around this key indicator which the team has not had the opportunity to analyze deeply. This proposed task would include a synthesis of all new/improved employment to date, and creation of a specialized report on all relevant trends and distributions in the data, using the numerous disaggregations which are attached to each data point. Graphical representation of key findings would be excellent to have. Interesting distributions and results to examine would include findings based on: gender; new versus improved employment; new/improved employment by sector; new/improved employment by county (geographic); new/improved employment by training/assistance type, length, intensity; and new/improved employment by VTC partner (receiving capacity development assistance versus non). Other ideas for useful analysis can be provided by the K-YES Senior M&E Manager Mr. Lewis Aritho.
2. Assist the Team with Analysis of Organizational Capacity Development Index Data (PLOCA, QAF):
The K-YES team currently implements two different but related capacity development indices to track progress of VTC partners in improving operations and service delivery to the target population. These data are relatively simple to analyze and disaggregate across key dimensions/components of each index. Other comparisons which would be interesting to examine are geographic, sector-based, time-based, and based on the type/intensity of capacity development assistance delivered by K-YES.
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: TemporaryJob type
: Full TimeLocation
: NairobiArea of work
: Project, program managementSeniority
: Intern or trainee
Job RequirementsRequired education
: Bachelor's degreeRequired relevant work experience
: 12 monthsRequired skills
: Performance monitoring and evaluation; Presentation skills; Reporting; Employee relations and consultations; Data analysisRequired languages:
English (Spoken: fluent | Written: fluent)