Apply: Paid Internship at UNICEF, New York (Data & Analytics Section)

Apply: Paid Internship at UNICEF, New York (Data & Analytics Section)

UNICEF now accepts internship applications on Data & Analytics section at UNICEF House New York; the interns will help with data analysis and compilation, research and data visualization. Concerning UNICEF mission to reach disadvantaged children in every part of the world, to save their lives, defend their rights, developed and helped them reach their full potential to create a better world for everyone.

Selected Interns at UNICEF will majorly support in the aspects of adolescents well-being and damaging traditional practices with the capacity to work in some areas of child protection. As efficient programming must be built on robust data and evidence to shows results, issues on female genital mutilation, child marriage and all other subjects that relates to adolescent well-beings generated as a results of research and analysis through this internship will gives us more facts to create program and policy interventions so as to support UNICEF objectives of the 2018-2021 action plan.

Selected interns will work under supervision with the Data & Analytics Section at the UNICEF House, New York and be part of section’s meetings and UNICEF meetings with students. Interns are expected to be traveling around during the time of assignment at his/her duty post as flexible workspace will be provided, and guidance will be provided on a regular basis.

Location:
United States

Benefits
• Selected interns will be paid a stipend of US $1,500 per month for full-time work; part-time internship will be paid accordingly.
• Employment is not guaranteed at the end of the internship
• Interns will be responsible for obtaining important visas on his/her accounts, but a sum of $1000 lump sum will be given to assists in travel cost for intern relocating to New York.

Eligibility  Criteria
To be eligible for the UNICEF internship, applicants must:
• Have enrolled for an undergraduate, Master’s, or Ph.D. degree programme or have graduated within the past two years in courses such as demography, statistics, social sciences, or international health and development;
• Proven Excellent academic performance, as shown by academic records;
• Strong skills in data analysis, interpretation of findings, presentation of results, project management, time management and communication skills;
• Must have previous work experience with data from household surveys;
• Familiarity with UNICEF mandate and the Sustainable Development Goals preferred;
• Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish) or a local language is an asset.

Eligible Regions:
Open for All

Deadline Date: April 20, 2018

Application Process

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