Programmes Research Intern – Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms 

Expenses only - Location and hours flexible
Are you a new graduate, passionate about international development and global health?  Do you have an interest in beneficiary feedback mechanisms?  Are you interested in gaining experience of working in an INGO? 

This is an exciting volunteer opportunity for a graduate with a passion for development to join the Programmes team. You will have a degree in international development, global health or another relevant discipline, be self-motivated with the capacity to work on your own initiative and have experience of undertaking a literature review.  

You will benchmark the types and effectiveness of beneficiary feedback mechanisms currently used within our supported programmes, research how other INGOs have developed effective beneficiary feedback mechanisms and identify key learning that could be incorporated into our programmes. As well as your research providing important learning to influence our programmes, this role will also give you an insight into how an INGO works and enable you to learn from an experienced team.  The role can be undertaken flexibly, either two months full time, or longer on a part time basis. It can either be based at our Peterborough Office or be based from home with regular visits to the office. Expenses will be paid.

The Leprosy Mission England and Wales (TLMEW) is a leading international Christian development organisation with over 140 years’ experience and is part of the TLM worldwide family. TLMEW is active in 10 countries and we have over 50 projects addressing the causes and consequences of leprosy, ranging from health and livelihoods to advocacy. TLMEW has a zero tolerance approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, our beneficiaries, staff and communities we come into contact with. Recruitment to volunteer roles within TLMEW includes, in particular, collection of relevant references and adherence to our safeguarding policies and procedures. Safeguarding is our top priority in everything we do. Empathy with the Christian ethos of the organisation is essential, as is an ability to work with all faiths.

To apply, please send a completed volunteer application form, your CV, the equal opportunities form and a covering letter outlining how your previous experience, knowledge and skills equip you to meet the requirements of the role to

Role profile

Closing date: Friday 28 February 2020
Interviews: At our offices in Peterborough

The Leprosy Mission, England and Wales is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community.  Qualified people living with a disability are particularly encouraged to apply.