Deadline: 22 April 2012
Open to: University students, both recent undergraduates and graduates from Macedonia
Remuneration: Basic local transport and food costs
Analytica is opening a call for interns in its Security Policy Program.
The Foreign and Security Policy program encompasses the activities of Analytica which deal with contemporary security issues from a traditional and non-traditional standpoint and looks into the issue of governance as an emerging phenomenon in the relationship between governing institutions and citizens.
Building on the extensive work of the Analytica community on this issue, the Foreign and Security policy program attempts to bridge differences between the concepts of security and governance and to examine the contemporary security and political challenges from the aspects of both concepts. The aim is to develop more effective, empirical, field-based strategies for major security and governance programs.
The internship duration is from 30 April 2012 – 15 August 2012, in Skopje, Macedonia.
The selected intern will be given the opportunity to work in Analytica’s vibrant Security Policy program. It is expected that the intern respects Analytica’s working hours 09 – 1700hrs Monday – Friday. Some limited flexibility over the working hours is also available.
Some of the duties of the intern include: data collection, writing policy papers, support project implementation, press clipping, attending events locally and abroad, organizing events etc.
Analytica welcomes university students, both recent undergraduates and graduates from Macedonia, to apply for the residential internship. Good research, analytical and writing skills together with an excellent knowledge of English are a prerequisite. Candidates should have strong interest in security affairs or more specifically:
- Security Sector Reform
- Human Rights
- Regional Security Cooperation
- International Organizations (NATO, EU etc.)
- Human Security
They expect that the candidates for this internship opportunity are familiar with security related topics. Candidates with background in security studies, legal studies, political science, international relations and journalism will be given priority.
Analytica is able to provide limited funds for the intern that would cover food and transportation costs.
Interested applicants should send their CVs together with the application form to: [email protected]. Incomplete applications will not be considered as valid. An interview with the shortlisted candidates will be required.
How to fill in the application:
The application form is not editable. You have to download it first. To do that, go to the up left corner of the web page, click file then download as and you can choose Word. Once you have filled in, you should send it to the email address provided above together with your CV.
Please note that they do not accept applications for non residential internship. Successful applicants will be contacted only.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact [email protected]
The deadline for submitting an application for the Extraordinary Residential Internship Program is 22 April 2012.