ForumCiv – Quality Support Unit

About the organization

ForumCiv is a politically and religiously unaffiliated Swedish member-based civil society organisation working on a global scale. We have around 180 member organisations. We have offices in Sweden, Colombia, Liberia, Kenya, Cambodia and Lithuania. Our offices in Colombia, Kenya and Lithuania have regional coverage.

Together with our members and partners we work with human and civil rights and facilitate democratic participation around the globe. Our work centres on enabling people to organise to claim their rights and take control of their lives. Because only then can democracy grow, resources be distributed more fairly, and poverty be reduced.

Our vision is a just and sustainable world where all people have the power to effect change. Our mission is to strengthen marginalised people around the world who organise to claim their rights and advocate for changes that contribute to a just and sustainable world.

ForumCiv applies a rights-based approach and strengthens civil society as an actor for change, we integrate Gender Equality, Environmental and Climate Justice and Conflict Sensitivity and Do No Harm into our work. We depart from the partners and their capacity to provide adequate support through: Capacity Development, Community Mobilization and Multistakeholder Engagement, Grant Administration and Advocacy.

Internship assignments

The “Quality Support Unit” supports ForumCiv, its programmes, members and partners to achieve the change they want to see. The unit focuses on the quality, impact, relevance and added value of ForumCiv’s operations and inspires and encourages innovation. The unit enables and facilitates internal learning, knowledge, and information management; provides internal and external capacity development and support to programmes and develops common standards, methods and tools (including digital tools) in regard to:

  • Planning Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (PMEL)
  • Programme Development and Fundraising
  • Grant Administration and Partner Assessment
  • IT Systems for our Programmes
  • Community Mobilization and Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue
  • Internal and External Capacity Development
  • Integration of the Rights Based Approach and the Development Perspectives
  • Innovation Areas

The intern at Quality Support Unit will provide  a range of  programmatic and administrative support to the unit in above mentioned areas. Specific duties of the intern will be assigned by the Manager as established  by the units  key tasks autumn 2022.

Qualifications

  • Appreciation of democracy, human rights, gender equality and innovative ways of working that contribute to societal changes.
  • Good analytical, writing, listening and communication
  • Ability to develop quick, productive working relationships with the unit team.
  • Fluent in english

Merit experience/competencies

  • Self-starter, good time management with the ability to communicate professionally at all levels
  • Experienced in working in a multicultural setting
  • High level of integrity and good judgment.
  • Ability to multitask and handle a fast-paced work environment
  • Genuine enthusiasm for creating compelling communications materials
  • Good problem-solving and analytical skills

Other information

ForumCiv is working for equal opportunities for all. We encourage qualified applicants regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, functional ability or ethnic and religious affiliation to apply for the position. Candidates should submit an application in English, consisting of CV and Cover Letter (max 1 page) including summary of your key qualifications and relevant work experience for the position

As an intern at ForumCiv - Quality Support Unit, you will work directly with the following Sustainable Development Goals:

Global goal #17
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