Date Added: 22 January 2019
: 15 February 2019
Job Title: Intelligence Intern
Working For: PGI Intelligence Ltd
Salary: £5.90 - £7.83 per hour (dependent on age, National Minimum Wage)
PGI Intelligence has an exciting opportunity for two Geopolitical Risk Interns to join our Intelligence team for a period of six months. This will be a paid internship.
This is a fast-paced role and will involve working on multiple projects where you will be exposed to a diverse range of interesting and often high-profile clients.
You will be working within the Geopolitical Team, responsible for geopolitical monitoring and analysis. The team power our ‘Risk Portal’ online platform and produce a range of retained monitoring and bespoke intelligence products for clients operating in the energy, media, logistics and financial services sectors.
Our team is friendly and collaborative, with regular social activities between some fast-paced work days. We focus on what needs to be delivered and support this with a flexible working environment and a holiday policy based on business requirements; not limited by set holiday allowances.
Applicants should have demonstrable professional or academic experience in geopolitics or security. Suitable candidates will need strong research, analytical and writing skills and a working knowledge of African or Asian languages is preferred.
The successful candidate will be highly organised, able to prioritise and handle multiple tasks simultaneously and interpret large volumes of qualitative and quantitative data. You will be responsible for monitoring, reviewing and updating content on the Risk Portal, developing a regional and/sectoral level of expertise which will be applied to retained and bespoke geopolitical reporting.
• Language skills: Especially those widely used in Africa; MENA; South or Southeast Asia
• Understanding of the politics and business environment of key markets in key regions (Asia, MENA, Africa).
• An ability to work to tight deadlines. Respond quickly to requests and produce high quality work with a quick turnaround.
• Excellent written English with high standards of grammar. Ability to convey complex ideas and environments in clearly summarised analysis and advice.
• Excellent academic credentials. Masters-level preferred but not essential, ideally in either regional studies, or a social science such as international relations, politics, history or law.
Closing Date: 15 February 2019
Please provide a supporting statement alongside your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your supporting statement is of equal importance to us as your CV and is a key part of our shortlisting process. It is an opportunity for you to outline your experience and credentials.
Applicants should only apply if they have the right to work in the UK.
No agencies – thank you