Programme Intern (M&E)
Program – M&E /
About us The India Climate Collaborative (ICC), registered as ‘Council of Philanthropies for Climate Action’ (CPCA), is a collective working to identify critical sectors that need investment, drive funding towards climate solutions, and enable private and corporate philanthropy to engage more effectively with climate action. We work closely with the climate ecosystem, including research organisations, implementers, government stakeholders, businesses, and more, as well as engage with our domestic and international donor base to ensure that funding flows towards high-impact climate solutions. We were founded by some of India's pre-eminent corporate and philanthropic leaders, including Rohini Nilekani, Ratan Tata, Anand Mahindra, Nadir Godrej, and others.
Our team is a small, tight‐knit group driven by a shared passion for achieving the ICC’s mission and vision. An ideal addition to our team is a self-starter, always willing to roll up their sleeves and get stuff done. We prefer candidates with a good eye for detail, commitment to a high quality of output, and a team-centric mindset.
Assignment: Analysis and reporting of retroactive impact assessment method for the organization.
Reporting Manager Senior Program Manager
• Mapping of the achievements as per the Theory of Change on KPIs identified.
• Collation of KPI value through secondary review and interviews
• Analysis of the impact basis the data collection and mapping exercise to develop the narrative.
• Drafting of impact report and presentation for key stakeholders
• An understanding of the M&E approach and methods for impact measurement, monitoring, and evaluation, Theory of Change, KPIs.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, with an ability to communicate effectively in a style appropriate to a range of stakeholders.
• Excellent MS-office skills and ability to work with Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. Experience with online survey forms, and dashboard development is good to have but not required.
• Very organized and methodical in working, to be able to manage large sets of qualitative and qualitative information and generate insights.
• A self-starter, flexible, and ready to support where required.
• Ability to process information from multiple sources, and compile and articulate it in a presentable manner.
Location Remote, India
Duration: 2 months (can be extended, depending on organizational needs/performance)
Compensation: Includes a stipend
Nature of the role: Internship (full-time)
Timeline Prospective candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible and will be interviewed on a rolling basis. Due to the small capacity of our team, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
The India Climate Collaborative, registered as the Council of Philanthropies for Climate Action, is an equal opportunity employer