Research Coordinator Internship (volunteer)

The Research Coordinator creates an arena where community voices can be heard by health authorities.


• Opening channels of communication between ARCHIVE and the community, private and governmental health agencies
• Developing research proposals as well as formulating reports
• Providing administrative and research support, including: literature reviews; assisting with data collection; designing charts, graphs, and tables
• Setting and managing the health agenda for stakeholder meetings
• Developing and maintaining stakeholder relationships, ensuring that our project goals meet the needs and expectations of all stakeholders, especially those representatives of the community

Recommended skills or prior experience for participating in the project:

• Degree in Public Health, Environmental Health, Global Health or related fields
• Proven track record of development and organization. Desirable
• Masters degree in relevant area

Key Skills:

• Impeccable oral and written communication skills
• Ability to work well independently and on small teams while managing multiple priorities
• Must be able to manage multiple deadlines
• Good time-management skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Strong organizational skills; good interpersonal skills; interest in public policy, public health, or experience with statistics, economics, or social sciences through coursework.
• Familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel required.

Work Experience

• Candidates will need to demonstrate interest or experience in the charity/development sector.

Commitment per week:
The role requires a commitment of 4 days/week for 6 months.
Volunteer – unpaid

Contact information to indicate interest or apply for the position:
[email protected]