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Reference: 69739

Date Added: 6 February 2019
Closing Date: 17 February 2019

Job Title: Communications and Public Affairs Intern (Health)

Working For: MHP Communications

Location: London

Salary: £17,582 per annum

Job Details

MHP Health is MHP Communications’ multi-award winning specialist health policy and communications consultancy. Our clients – from multinational corporations to world class hospitals, professional bodies and healthcare charities – are all looking to shape the health and social care environment. We help them to develop policy and to communicate, delivering business-critical results and health outcomes which transform lives. Find out more about our work here: http://www.mhpc.com/expertise/practices/health/ 

We believe that an internship is more than work experience. It should be the start of your career.
Our interns, who are based in MHP’s London office, are an integral part of the team, giving support to our clients teams and gaining valuable experience themselves.

As well as your salary, you will receive a host of additional benefits, including regular team social activities, free breakfast every morning at our in-house café, and your own laptop to work on for the duration of your eight-week internship.

Closing Date: 17 February 2019

Interview/Start Dates

If your application is successful, we will be in contact on Monday 18 February to invite you to interview at MHP's offices on either Wednesday 20 or Thursday 21 February.

This eight-week internship will begin on Monday 4 March.

Application Details

To apply for the internship, we ask applicants to submit 300-400 words on a health campaign that impressed you (not necessarily an MHP campaign). You should consider why this campaign was so compelling and why it was a success, evaluating the communications tools used.

Applications should be accompanied with a CV and cover letter, and should be sent to interns@mhpc.com. Please put "MHP Health - Application for internship" in the subject line.

Website: http://www.mhpc.com

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