Internship – Communications / Online Content Development /Fundraising / Campaign Activities

Museum for the United Nations - UN Live

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CREATE IMPACT AT GLOBAL CULTURAL INSTITUTION

Museum for the United Nations – UN Live is looking for talented, sharp and energetic interns to join our team and help develop a new global museum offering people the opportunity to learn, share, and act based on the values of the UN.

You will be part of a strong and growing team of young, driven professionals, working on creating a new, independent, and global cultural institution for learning, dialogue, and action in an interconnected world. Our core mission is to connect people everywhere to the values and work of the United Nations, and dramatically increase the number of people who are engaged in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. We will do this by inviting people to participate on three mutually enforcing platforms: UN Live Online, the UN Live Network and the UN Live Building.

At UN Live, we help you develop and refine the skillset needed in general project management and to work in communications, while giving you the opportunity to impact the development and activities of a global organization. The current team consists of colleagues with experience from e.g. McKinsey, Dalberg, Copenhagen Economics, Novo Nordisk and the UN. Previous interns have secured positions at top-tier consultancy firms such as McKinsey and Dalberg.

Position Description

You will play an important role in the project team; we set the bar high for our work and expect you to do the same. We expect you to enter with energy and drive, and actively engage in team problem solving and deliver on individual work streams. In return, you will gradually have ever more challenging tasks. The position is 37 hours per week and commences in August 2018.

Dependent on your background and skill-set, workstreams that you will be supporting include: communication, online content development, fundraising, and campaign activities (People on the Move and Climate Change).

Responsibilities common to all workstreams include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting in problem solving and analysis tasks
  • Maintaining stakeholder relationships, both through meetings and written communications
  • Planning and participating in internal and external project meetings and workshops
  • Producing takeaways from meetings and communications, presenting/sharing these with the team

Your Profile

The main prerequisites for a candidate are:

  • A drive to create positive impact in your work
  • Student (final year of a bachelor’s degree or master’s student) or recent graduate within e.g. digital media, communication, anthropology, political science, international relations or a similar field
  • An outstanding academic record
  • A dedicated high-achiever both in terms of academic and extracurricular activities
  • Ability to independently manage your own time and deliver high quality products
  • Solid experience working with Excel, PowerPoint and Word
  • Fluency in both oral and written English

Application Process

Send your application, including CV and grade transcripts, to Rebecca Neale,
rebecca.neale@unlivemuseum.org as soon as possible and no later than July 27th 2018. Interviews will be held in the first week of August, and you will only be contacted in the case that you are invited for an interview.

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