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We are currently looking for a Learning & Development Intern to join IMPACT’s global Research Team in Geneva, Switzerland.

The overall objective of the Research Department is to ensure all IMPACT research cycles are meeting/ exceeding internal standards, wider academic research standards and overall research ethics in the research methods, data processing/ analysis, data interpretation/ visualisation and research reporting practices being used. In order to achieve this objective, the L&D team, under the supervision of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Unit Manager, is in charge of the design and implementation of IMPACT’s research-specific capacity building activities, such as IMPACT’s Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Humanitarian field research and analysis, which is scheduled to be rolled-out globally at the beginning of 2025. The MOOC aims to capitalize on IMPACT’s extensive experience of doing research in complex contexts and make this knowledge accessible to other humanitarian actors looking to engage in field research activities. The planned online course will be available for free and globally with the aim of offering any interested party in the humanitarian space a learning opportunity. The L&D intern will support during the development phase of the MOOC. This will centre around building of e-learning modules for the MOOC, including vetting secondary sources, storyboarding content, authoring e-learning content, and liaising with subject matter experts to review, integrate feedback, and validate content among others. S/he will also support the Senior Research Officer – L&D and the Research Officer – L&D with any other tasks as required.


  • For this position, the internship stipend is 1’450 CHF monthly (before income tax). NB – IMPACT salaries are strictly determined by our salary grid depending on the grade of the position and the level of education and experience of staff. A contribution to medical insurance of 450 CHF per month is already included in the salary figure.
  • Applicants must hold a valid work permit for Switzerland or be EU/EFTA citizens
  • Up to 40% of remote work on a weekly basis



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