Overview

Timeframe: Flexible schedule

Position summary 

The data analyst intern will support WeForest’s programmes team to facilitate HQ access to data to further develop  knowledge, understanding and use of it by the teams.

Areas of responsibility 

  • Data mining: map out what data is currently accessible to HQ (dropbox, google drive,…) – Data mapping: map out what data should additionally be available (derived from reports, log frames,  M&E plans, etc.)
  • Data priority: map what data are most frequently needed, what data has easy access, what data has  been hard to obtain, etc.
  • Reporting: synthesize the obtained knowledge to design & propose
    • a data management structure
    • protocol/templates for metadata construction

Reporting 

M&E Manager, based in Brussels.

Skills/experience 

  • ­Currently pursuing a Master in biology, bioengineering, sustainable development or related fields ­ Ability to work in team as well as independently
  • ­ Agile, flexible, enthusiast, proactive, self-motivated, “can do” attitude
  • ­ Willing to work remotely and independently
  • ­ Great verbal and written communications skills
  • ­ Keen attention to details and adherence to deadlines
  • ­ Knowledge of Microsoft office applications such as excel
  • ­ Proficient in English but does not have to be an English native speaker
  • ­ Inspired by our goal to make Earth a better, cooler place

Period and duration 

Minimum 3 months, ideally 4-6 months.  Exact starting period in 2022/23 is flexible

Full time or part time.

How to apply 

Please send your complete application to recruitment@weforest.org (mentioning the internship title in the  subject of the email) which must include your resumé and motivation.

About WeForest

Established in 2010, WeForest develops holistic and multi-stakeholder reforestation projects through a Forest and Landscape Restoration approach. Our vision is of a world where communities and nature sustainably thrive together to stop global warming ‘in our lifetime’. Our mission is focused on conserving and restoring the ecological integrity of forest landscapes with local communities to deliver lasting solutions for climate, nature, and people. Today we have over 40 000ha (400million m2) and 47 million trees under restoration across 3 continents; and aim by 2025 to reach a total of 100,000 ha (100 million trees).