We are currently recruiting for the position of Translation and Editorial Intern.
Application Deadline: 9 July 2018.
At EMERGENCY UK, we greatly value our interns and the crucial support they provide with their time, insight, skills, and dedication. Because of this, we structure our internships carefully, in order to guarantee a fulfilling learning experience. As an intern at EMERGENCY UK you will gain work experience in a multicultural environment and in the NGO sector. In general, you should expect to develop or improve your skills with regard to:
- Prioritising and time-management
- Interpersonal and communications skills
You will also gain working experience and specific skills according to the role you will be taking.
Our interns are usually asked to work 3 days per week – two offsite and one from the office – for a minimum of three months (preferably six months). Participation to EMERGENCY UK London Volunteers Affiliate’s monthly meetings, which take place every first Wednesday of the month at 7pm, and other events is highly desirable.
All our internships are unpaid but reasonable lunch and travel expenses for the days spent at the office will be reimbursed.
Please note that for its humanitarian projects abroad EMERGENCY UK does not employ interns but only trained professionals in specific fields (healthcare, engineering, etc.).
If you would like to work with us in the field, click here.
Tom is a recent graduate of the University of Exeter, having completed an MA in Political Theory and BA in History and Politics. Prior to returning to the UK, he grew up Brunei, Syria, Argentina, and Australia. He is especially interested in the connection between democracy, human rights, and environmental ethics; and is excited to explore these issues from within the humanitarian sector, alongside EMERGENCY UK.
Grace has a BA in Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese from King’s College London. She is currently writing her dissertation for a Masters in Development and International Relations at Aalborg University, Denmark. She is interested in different ways of communicating humanitarian issues to the younger generation. Grace is from London, but is half Italian and has been a fan of EMERGENCY’s work from a young age.
Domiziana is currently attending her MSc in International Politics at SOAS. She first obtained her BA in International and Diplomatic Sciences in Italy and then moved to London for her first MSc in Terrorism and Political Violence at Kingston University. She is particularly passionate about international affairs as well as the protection and promotion of human rights. She admires the work of EMERGENCY and its founder Gino Strada, one of her life role models, and feels enthusiastic about the opportunity of working in the London team.