Internships at Permanent Representation of Ireland to the OECD and UNESCO

Deadline: 8 September 2016
Open to: candidates must be able to demonstrate good knowledge of Ireland, as well as a familiarity with the work of both the OECD and UNESCO with an ability to work comfortably in English and French
Remuneration: remuneration is approximately EUR 530 per month plus contributions

Description

The Permanent Representation of Ireland to the OECD and UNESCO, based in Paris, is recruiting two stagiaires for a six-month internship, starting in late September 2016. The internship is a Stage Conventionné and prospective interns must provide evidence of compliance with this.

The main tasks are assisting with report-writing, event management and some administrative duties as well as attending meetings at the OECD and UNESCO. The interns work closely with diplomatic staff in the relevant policy areas. Candidates must be able to demonstrate good knowledge of Ireland, as well as a familiarity with the work of both the OECD and UNESCO. An ability to work comfortably – orally and written – in English and French is a requirement. Language skills will be tested.

Eligibility

  • Good knowledge of Ireland;
  • A familiarity with the work of both the OECD and UNESCO;
  • An ability to work comfortably – orally and written – in English and French is a requirement.

Language skills will be tested.

Remuneration

The internship is a Stage Conventionné and prospective interns must provide evidence of compliance with this. Remuneration is approximately EUR 530 per month, including a contribution towards meals and a Paris transport card.

How to apply?

If interested, please email a CV and motivation letter (in English) to [email protected] latest by  8 September 2016

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Permanent Representation to the OECD and UNESCO
12 Avenue Foch
75116 Paris
France

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