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Feb 28 / BARD CEP

Project, Research, Communications Internships- NYC

Organization: ARCHIVE Global

Position Title: Project, Research, Communications Internships

Location: 894 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY, 10001, US

Hours and Compensation: 28 hours/week, Stipend offered to cover meal/travel expenses

Application Deadline: 

 

Project Officer (intern)

Are you seeking to use your skills to help improve health/living standards among the world’s poor? We have exciting new projects being developed on 5 continents and we need your help!

The organization seeks a Project Officer (intern) based in New York to assist in designing the framework for new international projects.

If you love development projects, programs and new initiatives as much as you love helping those most in need – then get in touch now!

For this role, a modest stipend to cover out-of pocket expenses is offered.

Qualifications

Essential

  • Degree in Public Health, Environmental Health, Global Health, Health Economics, Public Policy, Economics, Political Science, Statistics, International Development, Urban Planning or related fields
  • Proven track record or interest in development

Desirable

  • Masters degree in relevant area; experience/interest in urban planning, public health, international development or related fields

Key Skills

  • Impeccable oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work well independently and on small teams while managing multiple priorities
  • Must be able to manage multiple deadlines
  • Good time-management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong organizational skills; good interpersonal skills; interest in international development, urban planning, public health or related fields

In the meantime, please join us on www.twitter.com/archiveglobal and www.facebook.com to learn more about paid/unpaid roles.

Vacancy will remain open until filled!

 

Communications Officer (intern)

Do you have an ability to: speak in front of audiences, be interviewed by journalists, plan an amazing party for 100 people in NY or write articles for international publications? While we can’t promise you’ll be doing all of the above on the same day, a few months with ARCHIVE though may just have you involved with them all.  If you’re up for a role that’ll put you in challenging situations while having fun in the process, then get in touch!!

ARCHIVE Global is an international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working at the intersection of health and housing. We use one basic need – housing – to deliver one basic right – health – among the world’s poorest. ARCHIVE works to implement real change in the world through outreach activities and housing construction in impoverished communities to prevent the spread of deadly diseases. For more info: www.archiveglobal.org

Requirements/Skills:

We are seeking an outstanding Communications Officer (intern) to be based in New York City. The intern will be a graduate of a four-year accredited college or university with a Bachelors Degree in any discipline. The individual must demonstrate the ability to help lead our vibrant social media campaigns and an enthusiasm for researching/writing on topics relating to design, health or international development. The internship requires a commitment of 28hr/week for 3-6 months.

For this role, a modest stipend to cover out-of pocket expenses is offered.

Other required skills:

• Strong written and oral skills • Strong organizational and reporting skills • Teamwork attitude • Comfortable with cold calling and making new relations • Out of the box thinker • Good knowledge of MS Word, Power Point, Excel as well as internet and e-communication tools.

During the internship, you will benefit from:

● Mentoring from a core US and UK team with experience in NGOs and communications ● An insight into the international development and non-profit sector ● An insight into the world of PR and communications ● Exercising your creativity and putting your skills to use in a practical environment

Vacancy will remain open until filled!

In the meantime, please join us onwww.twitter.com/archiveglobalandwww.facebook.comto learn more about paid/unpaid roles.

Research Fellow

The organization seeks a part time Research Fellow (intern) to support its work in the area of population health and economic analysis. ARCHIVE Global projects aim to have a large level of community involvement so it is imperative that the Research Fellow creates an arena where community voices can be heard by health authorities.

For this role, a modest stipend to cover out-of pocket expenses is offered.

Responsibilities

  • Managing relationships between ARCHIVE Global and community, private and government and international agencies
  • Authoring articles for inclusion in academic and/or trade publications
  • Developing research proposals as well as formulating reports
  • Providing administrative and research support, including: literature reviews; assisting with data collection; designing charts, graphs, and tables
  • Setting and managing research agenda for stakeholder meetings
  • Attending ARCHIVE Global events

Qualifications

Essential

  • Degree in Public Health, Environmental Health, Global Health, Health Economics, Public Policy, Economics, Political Science, Statistics, International Development, urban planning or related fields
  • Proven track record or interest in development

Desirable

  • For this role, candidates with a Masters degree in relevant area; experience/interest in research, economics and/or global health are strongly preferred

Key Skills

  • Impeccable oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work well independently and on small teams while managing multiple priorities
  • Must be able to manage multiple deadlines
  • Good time-management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong organizational skills; good interpersonal skills; interest in public policy, public health, or experience with statistics, economics, or social sciences through coursework.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel required.
  • Candidates will need to demonstrate interest or experience in the non-profit/development sector.

The role requires a commitment of 28 hours/wk for a minimum of 3-6 months and is unpaid.

VACANCY WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED.

How to Apply

For the respective roles, please send a cover letter and your resume to: intern@archiveglobal.org with respective subject titles “Project Officer, Communications Officer or Research Fellow”. In the meantime, please join us on www.twitter.com/archiveglobal and www.facebook.com to learn more about paid/unpaid roles.

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