ABOUT THE POSITION
The CARE Security Unit (CSU) is looking to create a research support function through the CARE internship program. This position would be on a semester by semester basis, but ideally for a 1 year period. The intern would be responsible for assisting in entering monthly report information and editing and updating travel advisories into the new CARE International Safety & Security website, accessible by all staff. Additionally, the intern would be tasked with assisting in constructing basic profiles for CARE countries of operation on specific topics (usually elections) as directed by the Security Analysis and Communications Manager. These country profiles will be used in writing briefing notes and other internal CARE publications as per the request of the CSU Director or the country’s Country Director. The intern will also support on developing internal communications media, including around alternative presentations (such as podcasts).
- Manage monthly updates to the CARE International Safety & Security website
- Support on researching a series of basic country profiles to support the writing of more detailed country analysis. Pending regional specialization and language skills this intern will focus on one of our regions of operations: West Africa, East & Central Africa, MENA, Asia, or Latin America and the Caribbean.
- English written and communication skills
- MA/MS student with a focus on international relations, public policy, or other social sciences based degree program that focuses on qualitative and quantitative research methodologies and requires rigorous writing skills desired
- Exceptionally qualified BA students, at the senior level, will be considered, in particularly if they have a regional studies focus desired
- Microsoft Office proficient: Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, SharePoint
HOW TO APPLY
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