Trujillo, Peru

Community Impact Assesment Officer

Support Sustainable Cities and Communities

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Skills Needed

  • Data Analysis
  • Conservation

Language Proficiencies

You must be able to speak English, Spanish.

When Can You Start?

You can start as soon as possible and stay for 3 months to 4 months




Project Details

Description and Impact

We are an educational institute. Our projects provide electricity to developing communities where traditional electricity is not available by using wind energy. Students and professionals come from all over the world to work together designing, building, and installing these wind generators.

We are looking for a highly motivated Experteer to help us understand the impact small scale wind power have on the community receiving it. You will collect data to demonstrate our impact, if any, and to improve how we work with the communities. This includes spending time in the communities before, during, and after the installations, talking to the community members about their experiences, and documenting feedback using best practices. 

Your role will expand based on the anecdotal evidence and results from these full impact assessments. 


  • • An understanding best practices for data gathering and data analysis
  • Experience preparing reports
  • Volunteer experience
  • Self-driven, enthusiasm and curiosity
  • Intermediate level of Spanish

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Principle goals will be to produce high quality, impartial impact assessments, including recommendations for improvements to future work, that are accepted by the Board of Directors.

We Provide These Local Benefits

Benefits Overview

  • Accommodations
  • Learning Opportunity
  • Meal Stipend


Shared volunteer accommodation provided; other arrangements could be discussed.

Learning Opportunity

Basics of small scale wind energy, and how they can help communities to live sustainably.

Experience in an NGO.

Opportunities to try out data analysis methodologies.

Immersion in a Spanish-speaking culture.

Food Stipend

Self-serve breakfast Monday-Sunday, lunch and dinner Monday-Friday.

Vegetarians and other dietary requirements can be catered to.

Additional Benefits

Access to Spanish lessons.

Opportunity to participate in building and installing wind turbines and visiting communities to help at installations and maintenance trips.

Flexibility to take time off to travel in Peru.

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