Job Opportunity: Internship

The BFPG is looking for an intern to join our small team based in London starting June 11th 2018. The intern will have a high level of responsibility and involvement.

The intern’s role would involve a range of different tasks including:

  • Administrative support
  • Assisting in the planning and running of BFPG events
  • Research for BFPG publications and articles
  • Assisting with BFPG Communications (website, social media)

 

The ideal candidate will meet the following requirements:

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant subject
  • Excellent oral and written English
  • IT proficiency (including social media)
  • Capable of working both as part of a small team and independently
  • Highly motivated and committed to the aims of the BFPG

 

This internship is a paid internship (London Living Wage – £10.20 per hour) for a period of 3 months with the possibility of a full-time offer upon completion.

Closing Date/Interview Dates/Start Date

The final day for submitting an application is 31 May 2018. Interviews will take place in the week commencing 4th June 2018; the starting date for the internship is the 11th of June 2018.

Application Details

To apply, please email your CV and a cover letter (maximum of one page) explaining why you are interested in the role and why you are the right person for it with the subject line: “Internship Application 2018” to edward.elliott@bfpg.org.uk.

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the views of the BFPG. The BFPG is an independent not for profit organisation that encourages constructive, informed and considered opinions without taking an institutional position on any issue.
Edward Elliott
edward.elliott@bfpg.org.uk

Edward Elliott is Research & Operations Manager at the British Foreign Policy Group. He is a graduate in politics, international relations, French, and law, having studied at Durham University and Sciences Po. Fluent in Spanish as well as French, he has worked in France, Spain, England, and Slovakia before joining the BFPG as a researcher and helping establish the organisation.