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Reference: 71253

Date Added: 30 May 2019
Closing Date: 12 June 2019

Job Title: Public Affairs - Internship

Working For: FTI Consulting - Strategic Communications

Location: London

Salary: Real Living Wage (£10.55ph)

Job Details

Summary

FTI Consulting's Public Affairs team, based in London, are advertising for a summer internship. The role will provide support for the team for a 3-4 week period (to be decided by mutual agreement) between July and September. The role is paid the London Living Wage.

About You

We are looking for a diverse range of candidates to select from. The only requirements for the role are:

  • A strong interest in politics and current affairs
  • A dynamic and hard-working manner
  • Availability in July, August or September to work in London

Experience of previous consultancies or in business is not a requirement; we welcome applicants from all backgrounds and the process for applying (outlined below) will initially remove all personal details (except email address) and background information.

Conditions

  • The role will be at our London office (200 Aldersgate, Aldersgate Street, London EC1A 4HD)
  • It will last for between 3-4 weeks
  • You will be paid the London Living Wage and any reasonable expenses should you be asked to attend external meetings or events

Further Information

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1292887732/

Closing Date: 12 June 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Once shortlisting is complete, short telephone or face-to-face interviews will take place between 17-21 June.

Start dates will be agreed by mutual consent. The internship period will be around 3-4 weeks during either July, August or September. 

Application Details

  • Choose one of the two essay questions below and draft a 600-word answer.
  • Submit your response in PDF or word format. 
  • Email your essay to UKPA@fticonsulting.com 

The deadline for applications is midnight on the closing date.

Essay questions

Please provide a maximum 600-word response to one of the following questions:

  • Why did 17.4 million people in the UK vote for Brexit in June 2016?

OR

  • Will the UK's two-party system still exist in ten years' time?

PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION OR DETAILS OF YOUR BACKGROUND/EXPERIENCES IN THE ESSAY ANSWER

Website: https://www.fticonsulting.com/about/locations/regions/united-kingdom

Additional Notes