Role Title: Data Migration and New Software Setup Intern 1
Organisation: Zonta House
Internship Period: Summer (November - December)
As a Data Intern, your primary responsibility will be to support us in the extraction, cleaning, and preparation of data from our current database and its transformation into three distinct databases:
- Tenancy and Property Database - Donor Management Database - Client Management Database The core of this role will involve meticulous data extraction and cleaning processes. Additionally, for our CMS database, the intern will play a pivotal role in examining the program logics of our services. This will aid in configuring and designing the database, with a strong emphasis on understanding the reasons and methods behind data collection, guided by the WA Outcomes Measurement Framework. This role offers a unique opportunity to engage with data management within the context of the non-for-profit sector, contributing to data quality while gaining practical insights into real-world data handling. While our work involves data management and analysis, it differs significantly from traditional financial metrics like profit and loss or sales data. The intern should possess a genuine interest in and understanding of data's impact on social outcomes and be prepared to navigate the complexities of this field.
Zonta House Refuge Association is a specialist provider of family and domestic violence services with over 39 years of experience. They provide high-quality, innovative services that span from prevention, crisis response, to recovery and rebuilding. Their services are based on a deep understanding of the complex dynamics of family and domestic violence and the need to address the individual, relational, communal, and societal dynamics at play.
As a result, Zonta House has in place 10 service models that are achieving high engagement and successful measurable outcomes. Their well-established reputation and experience within the sector has led to growth and enabled holistic service delivery, recognising the importance of prevention, early intervention, safety for victims and perpetrator accountability.