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Internship at the Institute of International and European Affairs Location: Dublin - Ireland DL: 26 August 2011


The Institute of International and European Affairs, a leading independent think tank based in Dublin, Ireland, is seeking an intern to assist in its work.

The main duties will include:

• Assisting research into specific policy areas, tracking political and policy developments, preparing briefing notes, responding to requests for information;
• Providing administrative support to project working groups, taking minutes at meetings, handling correspondence, managing databases, updating website content;
• Helping with event management, including ushering;
• Assisting with the fact-checking, editing and proofreading of articles, blogs and other written materials.

Requirements:
• 1st class or high 2.1 masters/degree in a relevant field such as International Relations, European Affairs, Law or Economics;
• Work experience in a related field;
• Superior research, writing and editing skills;
• Attention to detail, accuracy and efficiency.
• Quantitative research skills and/or advanced IT skills a bonus.

Application details:
The placement will be for a three to six month period. The position is unpaid. Please state your availability in your cover letter.
Applications will be processed on a rolling basis. The advertisement will remain posted until the position is filled. If short-listed, applicants should expect to be invited to an interview at the IIEA.

Due to the volume of applications, we will only be able to respond to successful applicants.
The deadline for application is Friday 26th August, however applications and interviews will be processed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
To apply please send a CV and covering letter to Fionnuala Keane at jobs@iiea.com. EuroPass CVs are discouraged.
http://www.iiea.com/internship