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9/10/2019
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Research, Analysis and Learning (RAL) Admin Intern
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Job Description

Requisition ID: req4188

Job Title: Research, Analysis and Learning (RAL) Admin Intern

Sector: Research & Development

Employment Category: Intern

Employment Type: Part-Time

Location: USA-New York, NY - HQ

Job Description

SCOPE OF INTERN WORK: The RAL admin intern will play an important role in the administration of RAL's M&E and learning related tools and initiatives.

COMMITMENT: Full time summer 2019 / Part time fall 2020

RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Provide administrative assistance (logging of assignments, preparation of materials) for USP's virtual classroom (the Learning Collaborative)
* Update RAL's informational pages on internal intranet
* Provide quality assurance and alignment of language across the tools included in the IRC's Outcomes and Evidence Framework (OEF)
* Support development of micro-learning resources such as a multi-media newsletter to raise awareness of and support use of the OEF
* Testing of Switchboard e-learning modules
* Other tasks as assigned
*

REQUIREMENTS:

* Bachelors required
* Experience with Indesign preferred
* Experience with micro-learning and creating editing multi-media videos preferred
* Excellent communication skills and attention to detail
* Excellent skills in Microsoft Office programs

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. The intern will gain indepth understanding of adult learning theory as applied in a virtual course

2. The intern will develop skills in tool development

This position reports to the Senior Director of Research, Analysis and Learning

About International Rescue Committee

Founded in 1933, the International Rescue Committee is a world leader in relief, rehabilitation, protection, post-conflict development, resettlement services and advocacy for those uprooted or affected by violent conflict and oppression. At work in 25 countries, the IRC delivers lifesaving aid in emergencies, rebuilds shattered communities, cares for war-traumatized children, rehabilitates health care, water and sanitation systems, reunites separated families, restores lost livelihoods, establishes schools, trains teachers, strengthens the capacity of local organizations and supports civil society and good-governance initiatives. For refugees afforded sanctuary in the United States, IRC offices across the country provide a range of assistance aimed at helping new arrivals get settled, adjust and acquire the skills to become self-sufficient. Committed to restoring dignity and self-reliance, the IRC is a global symbol of hope and renewal for those who have taken flight in search of freedom.