Monitoring and Evaluation Intern at Peruvian Social Enterprise
- Volunteer Opportunity posted by Awamaki
Part time (10-30 hrs/wk)
Short-Term (few weeks/months)
Calle del Horno 618
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Awamaki creates lasting impact in the Andean mountains of Peru by helping rural women’s associations launch successful small businesses that create authentic, high-quality textiles and knits. Awamaki invests in women’s skills, connects them to global markets and supports their leadership so they can increase their income and transform their communities.
Comprised of a Peruvian Asociación Civil and a U.S. 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization, Awamaki consists of three main projects: Fair Trade artisan cooperatives, sustainable tourism operations, and rural community education. Though a non-profit, Awamaki uses market strategies to accomplish its philanthropic goals of increasing women’s opportunities for income and leadership.
MONITORING & EVALUATION POSITION DESCRIPTION
Interested in preserving Peruvian culture and making a difference in the lives of Andean women while exploring the Sacred Valley Region of Peru? Awamaki is seeking an individual to assist with program monitoring and evaluation so we can better understand the social role Awamaki provides for the local community, the economic opportunities it provides to the members of the business cooperatives, and the extent of its marketing tactics.
Volunteers play an essential role at Awamaki, as their work makes an enormous difference in our programs and in the lives of our women. Volunteers have the opportunity to gain essential experience in business administration, fair trade, social enterprise, ethical sourcing and design, marketing & communications, and non-profit management.
As a Monitoring and Evaluation volunteer, you can expect to:
- Assist with surveys, focus groups, interviews and data recording with the members of the woman’s business cooperatives.
- Help improve program quality by assisting with planning and executing capacity-building workshops.
- Document workshops and what the participants learned
- Help with monitoring for grants.
- Produce reports for grants and funders about Awamaki’s impact.
- Provide program support with administrative tasks and logistical support.
- Work a minimum of 6 – 9 hours per week at Awamaki's fair trade store in Ollantaytambo.
Please note: the Monitoring and Evaluation candidate should expect a busy but flexible schedule throughout the week, including a variety of tasks and environments. This individual will primarily collaborate with the Community Education Coordinator; yet also have the opportunity to develop his/her own self-led projects to fulfill personal interests as well as any needs identified by Awamaki’s various program coordinators.
- Field research experience
- Data analysis skills (strong Excel skills preferred)
- Background in professional/personal development programming
- Openness to working in diverse cultural environments
- Willingness to work on team-based projects
- Strong communication skills
- Spanish proficiency strongly preferred
- Housing Available
- Language/Cultural Support Available
- International Volunteers
How To Apply
HOW TO APPLY
- For more information about Awamaki and our programs, visit www.awamaki.org or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/awamaki. For any questions about volunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Apply directly here and send resume. For design, send portfolio. For marketing, send applicable examples of work.
- Upon receiving your application and resume, we will contact you to arrange an interview via Skype with the relevant Program Coordinator(s).
For more information about Awamaki programs and volunteer fees, visit www.awamaki.org/volunteer or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/awamaki. For any questions about volunteering, please email email@example.com.
We look forward to your application and thank you for your interest in economically and socially empowering Andean women in Peru!