Title Intern
Organization Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (MEC)
Duty Station Kabul
Duration Four Months
No. of Jobs 1
Nationality Afghan
Sex Female
Salary Range 22,440 Afs
Announcing Date August 25, 2020
Closing Date September 10, 2020
Shift 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Saturday through Wednesday (weekend work may be required)




MEC ( was created after the need for independent monitoring and evaluation of anti-corruption efforts was identified at a series of international conferences. MEC is wholly independent of the Government of Afghanistan and receives financial support from the international community. This independence ensures that MEC is capable of carrying out its mandate in a transparent manner without undue influence. The governing Committee, which is made up of 3 Afghan and 3 international anti-corruption experts, meets in Afghanistan quarterly, normally resulting in the setting of recommendations and benchmarks.  MEC issues regular reports every three months, with interim reports being issued regularly.  The Committee is supported by a technical secretariat of national and international staff led by an Executive Director who is supported by a Technical Director. The intern will work in VCA department.



Job Summary

The Research Intern will support the data collection and analysis of MEC Research projects. She may have to conduct interviews or assist in conducting of focus group discussions. In addition, the research intern is expected to file all the collected information.

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Correspondence with Gov. Institutions

·         Receiving on the job training and assist in Data collection

·         Receiving on the job training regarding data analysis and contributing in data analysis to some extent

·         Collecting required documents for primary and secondary desk research.

·         Fulfilling any other task delegated by VCA team lead and officers


Education and Experience:

At least in the last year of a bachelor decree in a relevant social science field

Ability to write in Dari and English minutes of meetings or transcripts of interviews.

Ability to write email and meeting minutes

Good observation skills and academic curiosity

Well organized and good planner

Good communication and interpersonal skills

Knowledge of Afghan political, administrative and legal environment will be desired.

Professional Skills:

Proficient use of Excel, Microsoft Office, multi-tasking skills, and the ability to consistently meet deadlines.

How to Apply:

Candidates can apply for the position by sending their cover letter and CV in one PDF or Microsoft Word document, named in the following way:


“LAST_NAME_first_name.pdf” or “LAST_NAME_first_name.doc.” Supplementary documents – degrees, certificates, etc. – should not be sent at this stage.

The single PDF or Word file should be emailed to with the subject line “Monitoring & Evaluation Intern” by September 01, 2020.


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