Communication and Policy Internship
ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP
The intern will work in both the communication and policy departments, working on specific projects within each branch and providing an important link between them.
The communications component of the role will focus on supporting work to increase engagement with various stakeholders. The assistant will, amongst other things, assist in the preparation of publications such as newsletters, brochures, and the EuroHealthNet magazine. They will help to maintain various websites, and monitor national developments.
The policy component of the work will focus on supporting the Policy and Advocacy team in their activities, including preparation of policy publications and blogs, identify scientific evidence in relation to specific topics, organise events, and monitor national policy developments.
- A university education in a relevant field;
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English (native speaker level), knowledge of other European languages is an asset. Your level of English will be tested in the interview;
- The ability to listen to, understand and communicate detailed and complex subjects;
- Strong IT skills, including experience in website management and the Office suite. Further experience in this field an asset;
- Self-starting, proactive attitude;
- Flexibility, with the ability to prioritise and manage changing demands and deadlines;
- An analytical approach;
- An interest in and have some knowledge of health, public health or health inequalities.