Job Title: Environment, Conservation and Human Rights Leadership Internship
Organisation: Environmental Justice Foundation
Location: London, United Kingdom
Closing Date: 21 May 2021
Contract Type: Internship
Working Pattern: Full Time
Sponsors international candidates? This internship is specifically and exclusively designed for BAME individuals in the UK.
EJF is therefore initiating a pilot project to recruit and mentor a member of the BAME community, early in their career (within three years of graduating with a first or second degree) within this paid internship "Environment, Conservation and Human Rights Leadership".
The internship will deliberately focus on leadership development to support the intern on the path to sit at the top of organisations - this will build and accelerate positive change.
A live programme of work has been developed for the intern to deliver specific outputs, geared toward outcomes where they can learn "real-world" marketable skills and experience that will help them work their way into senior positions in the sector, being able to demonstrate that they have worked with highly experienced, senior figures in a leading international environmental and human rights organisation.
Section 1 (months 1 - 3)
Section 2 (months 3-6)
Finance and budgeting
Investigations and film
Strategic and tactical decision taking
Role and Responsibilities
S/he will be guided through two, three-month sessions, running concurrently in two blocks over the six months, in the order listed above. S/he will report to the senior management lead on each subject and report to the CEO monthly on activities, progress, learning and obstacles.
Please send your CV and cover letter explaining why you are the right person for this job via email.
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