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Internship 2020

LOCATION:

Home-based / Central London

ROLE:

Part-time, flexible

(applications from full-time students welcome)

UNPAID:

Travel costs reimbursed 

DEADLINE:

16 February 2020

5pm

INTERVIEWS:

tbc

START DATE:

As soon as possible

(with some flexibility if required)

DURATION:

1 year 

(can be extended or lead to full-time employment)

We are looking for an Intern to join our team in 2020. We welcome applications from full-time students as this role is part-time and can be flexible around your timetable. Internships will last until December 2020 and can be extended or lead to full-time employment.

 

We are an industry-supported think-tank, focused on the international development of nuclear energy as a means for governments to safeguard their long term sustainable energy needs. We strongly believe that nuclear is vital to achieving binding Paris Climate Agreement objectives and tackling the challenge of climate change. Our events provide an excellent forum for promoting dialogue and an opportunity to explore the latest policy developments, share best practice, listen to and debate with first-class speakers and other industry professional networks.

 

We are looking for a bright, enthusiastic and hard-working intern to join our team. The chosen candidate will be primarily responsible for providing administrative and logistical support for events, including supporting external communications, maintaining website content and social media.

 

 

About you:

  • Knowledge of or strong interest in the energy sector, in particular nuclear energy

  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, with the ability to communicate and tailor content effectively for different formats

  • Have strong organisational skills and be able to multi-task

  • Have an excellent academic record

  • Have high levels of accuracy and attention to detail in all areas of work

  • Proven ability to meet tight individual and group deadlines and to manage one’s own workload

  • Be able to use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel to a high degree of proficiency

  • Ability and willingness to work outside agreed hours, including attendance at early morning events and evening events

  • Have permission to work in the UK

 

About the role:

  • Take minutes of meetings and speeches at the events

  • Draft, proofread and format summaries, reports, blogs, and other publications, as well as write accompanying content such as news, articles and web content

  • Update and co-maintain NNWI website and social media accounts

  • Prepare newsletter, support planning, collating content and proofreading

  • Support planning and coordination of events, including breakfast panel sessions, workshops, receptions, and annual conference

  • Manage invitations and registration, event logistics, event marketing, liaise with speakers, delegates and suppliers

  • Act as an ambassador for NNWI, continuously championing its objectives, brand, vision, and values both internally and externally

  • Carry out any other duties as are within scope and purpose of the role as requested

 

 

Please send the following two items with your name and the role in the subject to contact@newnuclearwatchinstitute.org

  • Cover letter (1 page max)

  • CV (2 pages max)