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Programmatic Activities Intern

Generations For Peace
Jordan- Amman

Job Description

Job Description

1.  Purpose of the Position: 
Guided by the Supervisor, the Programmatic Activities Intern; 

  • Learns to Support the coordination of the assigned Programme(s) 
  • Learns to ensure positive communication with Delegates/Pioneers and Programmes Stakeholders in the assigned Programme 
  • Learns to Lead on all Programmes logistics need in the assigned Programme(s) 
  • Learns to Support the Institutional Learning Team’s M&E staff on the monitoring and evaluation of the programmes, and the Communications Team on communications related to the programmes’ implementation, evaluation, and impact. 

The intern also actively liaises with the Institutional Learning Team and the rest of Programmes Department and takes part in the activities promoting and supporting horizontal learning across the Department 

2.  Responsibilities: 

Learning and guided by the Programmes Officer or Senior Programmes Officer: 
Working closely with all members of the Programmes Department on the assigned programme(s), providing support as directed by the Supervisor following the Annual Plan, scheduled Programme Cycles, curriculum, M&E framework, grid and design, and Programming Framework 

  • Learn to support the implementation of the assigned programme(s), including assisting with day-to-day communications and logistical support. 
  • Learn to conduct regular field visits to confirm site selection decisions, to support Delegates/Pioneers and to engage with Local Partner Organisations, as directed by Supervisor. 
  • Learn to support, guiding and mentoring the lead Delegates/Pioneers on programme design, implementation, activity session designs, monitoring and evaluation, keeping Supervisor updated on progress and any issues. 
  • Learn to ensure continuous updating of programmes database/extranet for all assigned programme(s). 
  • Working with the supervisor, provide ongoing and final documentation of implementation, including challenges encountered and lessons learned 
  • Learn to prepare, and providing inputs, for monthly and quarterly reports to Donors and Partners, and for updates to Supervisor and responsible Programmes Manager. 
  • Learn to provide inputs into programme donor proposals and grant applications - especially on programme context, concept, activities, and budget - liaising with Delegates and Pioneers and collaborating with Fundraising Department colleagues to ensure high quality proposals are submitted on time as assigned by supervisor. 
  • Learn to support provision of information content about the assigned Programmes to the Communications Department, ensuring regular flow of high-quality information to feed Communications needs, and Donor/Partner reporting. 
  • Learn to ensure brand visibility of GFP and its Donor/Partner logos at all Programme activities, and in collected photos/videos of Programmes activities and share it with Communications team. 
  • Learn to support the liaison with the responsible M&E Team Staff on all Monitoring & Evaluation, to learn and assess programme inputs, outputs, outcomes, impact, and sustainability; and to identify best practices and good PR communications stories. 
  • Learn to support Institutional Learning, Institute and Communications teams in planning and conducting visits to the locations of assigned programme(s). 
  • learn to ensure regular flow, in a pre-agreed format, of high-quality information and evidence to feed communications needs, donor reporting as well as future donor prospecting 
  • Learn to providing input to the Supervisor to help improve GFP Curriculum and programme processes. 
  • Learn to support the supervisor with establishment and development of strong relationships with Local Partner Organisations. 
  • learn to support the Programmes Department’s role in delivery of direct training events (Camps, Advanced Trainings, Refresher Workshops, etc). 
  • Learn to organize programme trainings/meetings/events 
  • Learn to provide administrative support to rest of Programmes Department. 

3. Key Results Areas: 

  • Monitoring and Evaluation: Compulsory GFP MEAL processes in all Programmes, whether GFP- or donor-funded, applied to strengthen Programmes’ implementation and quality, and technical support and mentoring to Programmes Staff on applying these compulsory GFP processes provided in ways which meet GFP as well as donor needs, requirements, and standards 
  • Data Management and Analysis: Quantitative and qualitative MEAL data analyses prepared as delegated 
  • Reports, Communications and Proposals: Comprehensive MEAL technical input into Programme Evaluations Reports and donor reports provided.  
  • Learning, Quality Assurance and Accountability: quality assurance, accountability and learning frameworks implemented within the Programmes Department through rigorous application of MEAL and feedback processes across all Programmes as assigned. 
  • Administration: Project management, workload prioritisation and meeting deadlines. Individual continuous learning and improvement. Administrative tasks, Teamwork and contribution to the broader work of the organisation.   
  • Personal development: Track-record of continuous personal learning, competency development and growth established. 

4. Generations For Peace Values: 

  • Leadership: demonstrating leadership and fostering leadership in others, within the Institutional Learning Department, Delegates and Pioneers in the field and other stakeholders. 
  • Respect & Tolerance: showing respect and tolerance for all, within the Institutional Learning Department, within the wider GFP office, with implementing partners, & with Delegates & Pioneers in the field. 
  • Empowerment & Teamwork: supporting Institutional Learning Department, Delegates and Pioneers in the field, through proactive delegation skills and coaching and guidance to empower them and encourage creativity, use of initiative, and positive participation in teamwork. 
  • Responsibility: demonstrating and encouraging responsibility, accountability and transparency, professionalism, care and diligence in respect of all people and property, and the brand and reputation of the organisation; seeking quality, effectiveness, sustainability, efficiency and good value for money; to maximise positive impact whilst minimising risk. 

5. Education, Qualifications, Competences, Skills Required: 

  • Jordanian Nationality 
  • University bachelor’s degree essential, in a relevant discipline such as: Social Science, Social Change Theories, Humanitarian Science, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Human Rights or Conflict Resolution. 
  • High professional level of spoken English and Arabic 
  • At least one-year professional experience in community social change programmes 
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural team 
  • Ability to manage multiple concurrent priorities and work under pressure 
  • Ability to reflect, learn, and improve, and experience in using feedback processes for learning 
  • Excellent computer skills (documents/spreadsheets/databases/presentations/calendars/email). 
  • Excellent written English and Arabic, including writing of programme plans and reports. 
  • Interest in global current affairs, conflict and peace building, and international development. 
  • Preferred: 
  • Preferably experience in volunteer programmes and volunteer recruitment, motivation, mentoring and management. 
  • Experience in international development especially community development and behaviour change programming is useful but not essential 
  • Experience in different forms of evaluation, including participatory evaluation, participatory video, most significant change, is useful but not essential 
  • Experience in sport-based approaches to behaviour change is useful but not essential 
  • Experience in arts-based approaches to behaviour change is useful but not essential 
  • Experience in event management is useful but not essential 
  • Travel and experience working in other countries 

About Us

Generations For Peace (GFP) is a Jordan-based global non-profit peacebuilding organization founded by HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein of Jordan in 2007.

Dedicated to sustainable conflict transformation at the grassroots, Generations For Peace empowers volunteer leaders of youth to promote active tolerance and responsible citizenship in communities experiencing different forms of conflict and violence.

Carefully facilitated sport-based games, art, advocacy, dialogue, empowerment, and media activities provide an entry point to engage children, youth, and adults, and a vehicle for integrated education and sustained behavioural change.

Application Process

Application Process


** Candidates are encouraged to apply before the deadline 17 Jun 2023.

** Shortlisting and interviews will be on a rolling basis.