Date Added: 24 July 2019
: 19 August 2019
Job Title: Intern – Public Services and Communities
Working For: Royal Society of Arts
Charity Number: 212424
Salary: £19,201 per annum (London Living Wage)
Are you looking for a new challenge in the field of inclusive growth, public services, heritage or housing?
Are you interested in working for a progressive and constantly evolving organisation?
Are you ready to develop your skills to make headlines which drive social change?
We’re looking for an Intern to help us drive forward a new programme of work about people, power, place and public services to push our concerns up the policy agenda and our ideas into local action.
As an RSA intern, you can expect to make a real and valued contribution to one or more RSA projects, as well as the opportunity to develop your skills through our in-house training and one to one training from RSA colleagues. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants who would benefit strongly from this opportunity.
You’ll show a commitment to the RSA’s mission and ideally be able to demonstrate an interest in key issues such as economic insecurity, inclusive growth, health and well-being and public service transformation. You will have strong organisational skills, the ability to work flexibility within a busy team environment and be willing to support colleagues with strong interpersonal skills, and the confidence and ability to communicate effectively. You’ll be an excellent time manager and multi-tasker with strong experience working in a digital communications team, preferably in a charity or think tank environment.
What the role involves:
- Analysing data and reporting on findings (with support), writing blogs and contributing to PSC’s social media presence
- Conducting desk-based research and literature reviews, and supporting fieldwork for projects
- Supporting the PSC team of researchers and directors with project coordination, communications and events organisation
- Assisting with ideas development and the preparation of project proposals
To find out more about this role, please download our job pack on our website.
Closing Date: 19 August 2019
First interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 3 September 2019.
In order to apply, please visait on our recruitment page https://www.thersa.org/about-us/Jobs/current-vacancies and submit a comprehensive CV. You don’t need to submit a cover letter.
Please submit your application through the RSA website. We cannot accept applications via email. All applications will receive an automated response.
The deadline for receipt of applications is at 9am on the closing date.Please note that we cannot accept late, incomplete applications, and we can only consider candidates who apply through the online application process.