Knowledge Management Intern

Location : Bangkok, Thailand, THAILAND
Application Deadline :02-Mar-17 (Midnight New York, USA)
Type of Contract :Internship
Post Level :Intern
Languages Required :
Starting Date :
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
Expected Duration of Assignment :3 months (part-time internship for 2-3 days per week)


Partners for Prevention (P4P) is a UN regional joint programme for the prevention of violence against women and girls (VAWG) in Asia and the Pacific. P4P Phase 1 was implemented from September 2008 to December 2013. Achievements of the first phase include the UN Multi-country Study on Men and Violence in Asia and the Pacific, which provides seminal data on men’s perpetration of different forms of violence against women, and identifies key entry points and changes needed to prevent this violence. The communications advocacy and strategy of Phase I ensured the learning generated was strategically communicated to selected target groups, for example through social media-based campaigns engaging young people in prevention.  P4P Phase 1 also consolidated learning on harnessing volunteerism for prevention.

P4P Phase 2 (2013-2017) carries forward the successes and learning of Phase 1 by implementing, rigorously monitoring and evaluating, and documenting learning from selected sites where P4P research has been undertaken and strong partnerships established. The interventions have been carefully designed based on the site specific recommendations of the UN Multi-country Study on Men and Violence combined with local knowledge and global evidence of what is working to prevent violence against women and girls.

The implementation of the selected interventions have been integrated with strategies for institutional capacity development, policy advocacy and knowledge dissemination at the national and regional levels.  The programme aims to enhance the capacity of regional and local partners to implement well-designed, multi-component and evidence-based prevention interventions in the future.  P4P Phase 2 supports rigorous monitoring, evaluation and lessons learned documentation of the interventions to ensure that new knowledge – on what is working and what challenges remain – is consolidated and used for policy and priority enhancements. The new knowledge and evidence from the programme will be used for advocacy at the national, regional and global levels through a knowledge uptake and advocacy strategy that will be refined and implemented with the partners from the selected sites including government, civil society and UN counterparts. The advocacy goal is to influence local, national and regional decision-makers to prioritize evidence-based prevention along with response as part of enhanced policy frameworks for addressing VAWG.  For more information, please see:

P4P Phase 2, led by the Programme Manager, is comprised of a team of programme specialists and UN advisors based in Bangkok, and individuals situated at the national level in specific countries where P4P works, including UN Volunteers.  P4P also aims to work with a diverse set of government, academic and civil society organizations in the region and globally.

Duties and Responsibilities

The P4P programme is currently in its final year of implementation and will be closing in early 2018. As such, the intern will support key knowledge management processes as part of the programme’s closure. This is a part-time internship for 2-3 days per week.

Under the overall supervision of the P4P Manager, and in close collaboration with the P4P Team, the intern will be responsible for:

  • Supporting the implementation of a knowledge management project for the P4P final programme outputs and programme documents;
  • Providing records management support to catalogue and archive programme documents electronically;
  • Supporting the P4P team with other ad hoc administrative tasks as requested.


Core Competencies

  • Demonstrate commitment to the UN’s core values;
  • Respects individual, gender and cultural differences in dealing with others;
  • Treat all people fairly without favoritism.

Functional Competencies:

  • Ability to work effectively in teams;
  • Ability to perform a variety of administrative tasks

Required Skills and Experience


  • Enrolled in a graduate school program (second university degree or equivalent, or higher), or;
  • Enrolled in a final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent), or;
  • Graduated with a Master’s degree and if selected, must start the internship within one year after graduation;
  • Interest in development, ICT, business administration or related field.


  • Demonstrable skills in knowledge management or records management;
  • Experience with the Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Interest in the UN system and general knowledge of development issues is a plus.

Language Requirements

  • Strong writing and speaking abilities in English.


  • UNDP internship programme does not provide a salary or remuneration for the internship;
  • All the expenses connected with the internship will be borne by the intern, sponsoring Government or institution;
  • UNDP accepts no responsibility for costs arising from accidents and/or illness or death incurred during the internship;
  • The intern is responsible for obtaining necessary visas and arranging travel to and from the duty station where the internship will be performed;
  • Interns are not eligible to apply for any post in UNDP during the period of the internship;
  • Interns must provide proof of enrollment in health insurance plan;
  • Interns are not staff members and may not represent UNDP in any official capacity.

Subsequent Employment:

  • There is no expectation of employment with UNDP following an internship.

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

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