A deep commitment to child rights and the aspirations of the organisation is an essential quality for all roles in Challenging Heights. We place more emphasis on practical knowledge, skills and passion than paper qualifications. We look for demonstrable skills and seek “can do” and “will do” employees. Challenging Heights strives to be an equal opportunities employer.
Project Monitoring and Evaluation Manager
Challenging Heights takes a holistic approach towards ending trafficking, addressing the immediate need of children currently in modern slavery and tackling the root causes that lead them there. We’re looking for a Project Monitoring and Evaluation Manager to implement systems to effectively monitor and evaluate the outputs and outcomes of our programmes and projects so that we can effectively measure our success and where we need to increase our attention and efforts.
Please read the job description for more information and how to apply. Deadline is December 10, 5 pm (UTC).
Internships are available for one to six months. We usually expect interns to begin their stay with us by participating in the Advocates Programme, and we reimburse the programme fee for interns who stay for 2 months or more. Internships are unpaid, and interns are responsible for their own costs whilst at Challenging Heights, though we do provide airport pick-up and drop-off.
Applications are rolling and based on organisational need. As our needs change over time, the descriptions below are examples only, and we encourage you to think creatively about what role you might play with us.
- Research: designing and conducting an intensive research project either with our staff or in the field. While we have specific research needs, we welcome proposals from all interested individuals and teams from the baccalaureate through doctorate levels.
- Partnerships & Fundraising: cultivating partnerships in Ghana and abroad, contributing to fundraising proposals, and working with international ‘friends’ who advocate and fundraise on our behalf.
- Reading Tutor / After-school Coach: helping small groups of children practise their reading at the school library and leading extra classes after school for slow learners. Organising indoor & outdoor play activities and facilitating child rights clubs after school. Experienced interns may conduct training sessions for less experienced teachers and produce teaching & learning materials for the teachers.
- Administrative Assistant: providing human resource or secretarial support and helping with the smooth running of the office.
- Advocacy: assisting our communications and advocacy programme by researching, writing policy papers, and meeting with stakeholders.
- Play Leader / Teaching Assistant: organising indoor and outdoor play activities on afternoons, evenings and weekends with the children at the CH shelter. This is a longer-term internship because of the sensitive nature of working with children during rehabilitation. Preference will be given to applicants who speak a Ghanaian language spoken by the children at our shelter (Fante, Twi, Ewe, Effutu). Basic shared accommodation and full-board meals are available at the shelter for a weekly fee; otherwise daily travel will be required.
- Social Work / Child Monitoring: Assisting our Reintegration team in determining guardians’ suitability to care for children, educating families on the importance of human rights and formal education, and monitoring reintegrated children for their success and safety. These interns must speak at least one of the following languages, in addition to English: Fante, Twi, Ewe, or Effutu.