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This internship is wide-ranging in the area of responsibility it covers. The intern will take an essential role in ensuring the successful deliver of various aspects of an emerging NGO. It will require the individual to work closely with everyone in the team, particularly the Board of Trustees, in order to follow up tasks and ensure good communication and organisation is taking place.
You will be working online from home, this position would fit well with your studies and any other commitments.
A highly-organised and enthusiastic student, looking for an exciting internship with a dynamic organisation. While no specific academic background is required, the individual does need to be excited about the social sciences. We are keen on supporting Social Science students in the development of their skills to improve their chances on the job market. Some understanding of project management principles is preferred, since interns would be encouraged to develop and launch a personal project.
As the role involves communication with many people on different levels, excellent manners and people skills are a must. The individual must also be determined, not afraid to chase up people, and able to work unsupervised using their own initiative and organisational skills. We use a range of software and mobile apps that are great for task management, rapid messaging and file sharing — being able to learn how to work with those is a must in the world we live in today.
What will the intern gain from the internship?
You would benefit from the exiting opportunities for professional experience and networking. This role will give the successful intern a high level of autonomy over their work, providing an opportunity to prove their ability at being disciplined and independent. Their input into the organisation will have direct results; the intern will be able to see the impact they make and take their achievements with them.
A senior member of staff would be working with you on your strengths, weaknesses and the skills you want to develop. We have an elaborate performance evaluation procedure that would make it easier for you to use that learning experience when applying for jobs.
The successful intern would have enough experience to achieve at least an Associate Membership with our organisation. Furthermore, we hope to launch our Moodle learning platform later in 2017, so you will be the first to use many of it’s learning options.
Further details and how to apply
We are already working with Cohort 1 for our internship programme, and have identified interns for Cohort 2 and 3.
This internship for Cohort 4 will commence in September 2017. It will take place on a flexible, part time basis of between 5-10 hours/week (or more, depending on your availability and preferences) for at least 12 weeks. The majority of the work for this internship will be undertaken remotely, you would be able to complete work on site (e.g. sociological research etc.) only if you wish to be involved with such projects. We usually compensate interns for their expenses when working on site.
- If you wish to apply, currently we accept applications only via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please include “Cohort 4” as the subject of your email.