The intern's primary responsibilities include the following but could grow to encompass far more.
- Work with partners and support the Project Manager in identifying new opportunities for project development
- Support project development across thematic areas and in collaboration with UN and external partners. Activities include researching new initiatives that align with IOM's mission, conferring with Regional Technical Specialists, coordinating with partners, drafting and translating project proposal and concept note materials for IOM approval and as requested by donors.
- Assist IOM in building, coordinating, and maintaining relationship with project partners and other relevant stakeholders.
- Compile documentation and assist in drafting reports for monitoring and evaluation.
- Organize and draft project reports to support communication and outreach activities as delegated by the Project Manager.
- Facilitate IOM's role as Coordinator and Secretariat of the United Nation's Network for Migration in Costa Rica. Activities include communicating with member agencies, lending logistical and administrative support during meetings and follow up, and preparing proposals to the Migration Multi-Partner Trust Fund in collaboration with member agencies.
- Participate in relevant meetings, workshops, conferences, and public events, and draft presentations, relevant notes for files, meeting minutes, action points, etc
- Provide routine administrative and logistical backstopping support to different project components as required.
- Experience working in migrant populations and has an awareness of the challenges and needs of migrant communities;
- Experience with stakeholder mapping and collaborating with key local partners
- Experience in project reporting, implementation, and development
- Experience with project development and donor liaison
- Experience conducting independent academic research involving participant interviews and practically applying research findings
- Knowledge of the region is an advantage.
- For this position, fluency in English is required (oral and written), as is working knowledge with Spanish.
Duration: 8-10 weeks. 30-40 hours a week during Summer term.
May 12th, 2021
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