Monitoring and Evaluation Internship – Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)

Location: London, UK

Full-time, fixed term (6 months), 37.5 hours per week

Salary: UK National Minimum Wage (£15,120 per annum pro rata)

Closing date: 26th January 2017, 17.00

WSUP is a not-for-profit company that helps transform cities to benefit the millions who lack access to water and sanitation. We were created in 2005 as a response to the unprecedented urban explosion that has left cities unable to provide basic services, such as access to a toilet or drinking water, to low-income communities. We are based in the UK with offices in seven countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Since inception we have helped over 10 million people access better water and sanitation services.

This role is a paid internship based in the Evaluation, Research & Learning (ERL) team. The core function of this role will be to support two activities that are key to WSUP’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) strategy 2017-2020: 1) planning, design, roll-out and analysis of six major citywide surveys of water and sanitation service levels in WSUP’s six focus countries; and 2) development and roll-out of an assessment of urban WASH sector functionality in WSUP’s six focus countries. This internship is thus suitable for people building a career in M&E, in survey-based research or in development research more generally. Work in these areas is anticipated to take up 50-75% of the intern’s time; the remaining time will be spent on other tasks across the ERL team, likely with a focus on M&E and M&E-related areas.

You must have the right to work in the UK at the time of application. The closing date for applications is 26th January 2017 at 17.00. 

For a full job description and details of how to apply, please see the WSUP website.

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