UNHCR Statistics Project Coordination Internship Opportunity In Copenhagen, Denmark

UNHCR Statistics project coordination internship, Copenhagen, Denmark Project Title: Support to the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics and to the implementation of the ECHO funded project on Alternatives to Camps.
Organisation: UNHCR
Job Title: Statistics Project Coordination Intern
Duty Station: Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: 6months
Contract Type: Internship
Closing Date: 10th April 2017

Duties and Responsibilities

This internship offers a unique opportunity to support the coordination and project management of
the EGRIS and ECHO projects. The intern will also work closely with experts in the area of refugee
statistics and support the development of the recommendation document, technical reports and data
collection tools to facilitate data collection in UNHCR operations. Therefore we seek a dynamic and
driven individual with a strong interest in refugee issues as well as strong skills in coordination,
management, knowledge-sharing and documentation, understanding of statistical concepts is an asset.
Essential Minimum Qualifications and Professional Experience Required

The ideal candidate will possess:

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 A university degree (BA) in Business Administration, Human Resource Management,
Office/Travel Management, or any other related field
 Proven experience in coordination and project management
 Experience with information material development/editing and management of knowledge
sharing platforms
 Advanced knowledge of MS Office suite, especially Excel
 Experience with data visualization tools and data management
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with fluency in English
 Availability to work full time (40 hours) for at least three months, with preference for a
longer period

The Intern will be expected to engage with the following:

 Develop and update materials to support the management of the projects: background
material and presentations, meeting and workshop agendas, Terms of Reference and work-plans
 Support the organization of global meetings and logistic arrangements, including
maintaining invitation lists and letters
 Develop contracting documents and support contracting processes
 Document meetings, develop read-outs and report on progress against deliverables
 Develop and update communication materials for the attention of project stakeholders
 Support the management of project information flows and platforms and facilitate best-practice in knowledge sharing and creation
 Support coordination between internal and external stakeholders in both projects
 Ensure logistical support for regular meetings of the working groups and for project
workshops (setting up facilities)
 Any other tasks, as needed

Location:

The selected intern will be based with the team in UN City, Copenhagen and work under the
supervision of the Statistics Project Expert.
Conditions:
The intern is expected to begin in April 2017 and be available for six months. The role is full time (40
hours per week) with working hours between 8.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday. Please note that
the terms of internship as defined by UNHCR practice, preclude payment of any kind.

How to Apply:

Interested applicants should submit their letter of motivation, Personal History Form (P11), and CV,
including testimonials/degrees/certificates to [email protected] indicating “Statistics
Project Coordination Internship” in the subject of the email. P11 forms are available on www.unhcr.org/recruit/p11new.doc The deadline for applications is 10th April 2017

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