CARE International (CI) is a global confederation of fourteen Members and 4 Affiliate Members working together to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice. CARE works in more than 90 countries around the world, implementing long-term program to fight poverty, responding to humanitarian emergencies and advocating for policy change to improve the lives of the poorest people, with a particular focus on women and girls.

The CARE Climate Change and Resilience Platform (CCRP) is CARE’s global team for Climate Justice. The CCRP leads and coordinates the integration of climate change and resilience across CARE’s development and humanitarian work. It aims to support and strengthen the ability of CARE to increase resilience and to tackle the causes and consequences of climate change. The CCRP does this by building capacities and growing CARE’s impact, influence and income to better serve the needs of the vulnerable – particularly women and girls – as shocks and stresses from climate change are increasingly overwhelming and impeding progress towards CARE’s key objectives by harming poor and marginalized people. The CCRP is an endeavor of CARE International, endorsed and supported by key national directors, and is coordinated by CARE Netherlands.

CARE has developed and implemented a confederation-wide intranet and knowledge management system within SharePoint Online to support our work. This will transform the sharing of content across the organization, reducing duplication both in effort and costs, and providing a platform for improved knowledge management. CARE’s Climate Justice team requires a space in CARE Shares that houses all our important information regarding our climate justice work, approaches, policies so that we can successfully fulfil our mandate to support the CARE Confederation to deliver on CARE’s Climate Justice Strategy 2030.

Create an appealing and useful climate justice site on CARE Shares

The Climate Justice KML Intern will play a crucial role supporting the CARE Climate Justice team to develop and maintain an effective presence on CARE’s global KML platform CARE Shares. The position will work with the team to develop new structure for site and curate relevant content that will be useful to CARE staff working on climate justice all over the world.  This role will play an important function in ensuring that information is clearly communicated and effectively shared across CARE via CARE Shares.  Effective delivery in this role will involve working with a range of colleagues, including technical specialists, knowledge management, communications and IT colleagues.

Support a variety of CARE Climate Justice knowledge management and learning activities

The Climate Justice KML Intern will support in capturing CARE’s learning around programming impact relating to climate and resilience, reviewing and organising Climate Justice capacities within and outside CARE and promoting CARE’s external climate justice profile.

Coordinate a vibrant Climate Justice community of practice and engaging ‘Bend not Break’ webinar learning series

The Climate Justice KML Intern will be responsible for organising agendas, meetings and communicating outcomes of bi-monthly climate expert meetings and learning webinars. This function is essential to ensuring a collaborative effort to ensure the CARE Climate Justice Strategy is delivered and what we are learning through our policy and programming work is being captured and shared amongst our teams to ensure continuous improvement and impact when delivering on our climate change and resilience work.

Internship Responsibilities & Activities

First function of this role will be to support the development and promotion of the Climate Justice site on CARE Shares. Key responsibilities will include:

Background Learning & Training

  • Introduction to Climate Justice Team and Topic Area at CARE
  • Training on how to use the CARE Shares platform (SharePoint Online)
  • Familiarisation with CARE Shares project orientation package, instructions, and guidelines.

Stakeholder management and coordination

  • Work closely with the Climate Justice team and technical colleagues to support planning/updating/maintaining site structures and priority content
  • Liaise with key internal stakeholders to ensure their work is accurately captured and shared in CARE Shares, including Climate Justice Team, Country Offices, other related outcome area teams, etc.
  • Liaise with CARE Shares Management Team for support and adherence to global standards.

Site development & design

  • Support the creation of the Climate Justice Site according to agreed site architecture (including tagging)
  • Ensure that the sites are user-friendly and engaging (including images and clear web copy)
  • Work with CARE Shares Management Team to identify and troubleshoot any user experience issues.

Content curation and creation

  • Support populating site and uploading and tagging priority documents to the library
  • Support identifying engaging content from other CARE platforms for migration (CARE member websites, CARE Insights, CARE Climate Change Website, CARE wikis etc.)
  • Support development of knowledge products for sharing on CARE Shares.

Communications & Engagement

  • Support leveraging internal communication channels to promote the new sites
  • Support providing guidance on how to use CARE Shares and recommendations for ongoing site maintenance, including a short training webinar to the Climate Justice core team.

Knowledge Management and Learning (20 % of time)

Knowledge identification and organisation

  • Conduct a review of climate justice capacities in the Climate Champions Network and share it on CARE shares
  • Organise consultant database on CARE Teams sites
  • Identification of available CARE Climate Change Resilience programming evaluations and collection of those missing (have current list of projects, search for them on CARE Evaluation library.
  • Identify key platforms to upload CARE’s climate justice content
  • Map possible global network partners on climate justice

Coordinating Climate Justice Communities of Practice (10 % of time)

Stakeholder management and coordination

  • Work closely with the Climate Justice team and technical colleagues to establish agenda, organise and promote bi-monthly session for the Climate Champions network of experts.
  • Communicate agenda prior to meeting and take minutes to circulate after the CCN meetings
  • Liaise with key internal stakeholders to ensure a learning series schedule is established for the ‘Bend not break’ webinar series
  • Ensure presenters know how to deliver their session, support them in doing so and ensure smooth running of webinar.


Education & Qualifications: Bachelor or Master student


  • Fluent or native level English
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Exceptional organisational skills
  • Passionate about climate change and climate justice
  • Comfortable with, and able to quickly learn, new technologies
  • Proficiency with Office 365 – prior knowledge of SharePoint is desirable but training will be provided
  • Ability to work with a diverse range of technical colleagues and to work independently with limited supervision.
  • Able to gather user requirements and translate into achievable solutions
  • Currently enrolled at a University


  • Good understanding of main climate change issues
  • Experience with knowledge management or content management system

Duration and Location: Approximately December 1st 2021 start for 6 months, three or five days a week. The intern can be based in the CARE NL office in The Hague and/or may be based overseas and work from home.

Payment: Payment will be 300 Euro per month full-time

Deadline for Application

Please express your interest by sending an email to Hayley Capp ( subject: Intern KML, accompanied by CV and motivation letter by Sunday 24th October, 2021. Interviews will be held in the week of Nov 1st till Nov 12th. The selected candidate will engage in an internship contract with CARE Nederland in which the guidance by both CARE as well as the University will be detailed.


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