NLGN is an independent think tank and collaborative network of around 50 organisations from the public and private sector united by a belief in innovation and creativity. We connect members of the network to each other through our events programme and research work.
EVENTS AND EXTERNAL AFFAIRSThe external affairs team looks for candidates eager to ensure NLGN is leading the most forward-thinking conversations in the sector through its events and communications programme. This varied and dynamic internship will give candidates valuable and practical insight into events management, communications, marketing and exposure to public policy and stakeholder engagement. This post will suit a highly-organised individual with a passion for events and communications, and a desire to improve public services more broadly.
We are currently recruiting for a part time, 12 month internship position with a difference. More details are available here: http://www.w4mpjobs.org/JobDetails.aspx?jobid=66863
RESEARCH INTERSHIPNLGN is an independent think tank and collaborative network of around 50 organisations from the public and private sector united by a belief in innovation and creativity. We connect members of the network to each other through our events programme and research work.
We are offering a 12-week internship of 21 hrs/week at London Living Wage. There is some flexibility with regards to working hours, but ideally interns would work 3 consecutive days a week, from 10am – 5pm.
We are currently recruiting for a part time, 12 month internship position with a difference. More details are available here: http://www.w4mpjobs.org/JobDetails.aspx?jobid=67342
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 28th August 2018
Interview Dates: Thursday 6th to Monday 10th September 2018
Start date: Monday 24th September 2018
NLGN’s research sets the terms of debate for the big conversations across local government and the public sector. This internship is designed for candidates to gain experience of the think tank environment and contribute to applied research and policy-making. Through our extensive events programme, interns will also have the opportunity to network with policy makers.
Ideally, we are looking for graduates with a background in, or demonstrable aptitude for, policy research and an interest in contributing to innovative policy solutions.
Skills and experience required:
- A strong academic background and preferably a master’s degree
- Knowledge of both qualitative and quantitative research methods
- Ability to work on different tasks and in a fast-paced environment
- Good attention to detail
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Keen to help develop innovative public policy ideas
- Interest in local government
Closing Date: Tuesday 28th August 2018
To apply for the research internship, please submit a CV and cover letter (explaining how your skills and experience suit the role) to Trinley Walker at email@example.com.
“Interning at NLGN with the Events & External Affairs team is an engaging opportunity to learn all functions of a growing non-profit organization: creating content for conferences, supporting the uniquely impactful Innovation Exchanges, coordinating press for research and report launches, and membership recruitment. The team supports your professional development, and you’re empowered to have ownership & creative control over your work, which is unique for a part-time internship.” – Ellie, Events and External Affairs Intern, 2017
“Interning within the research team at NLGN was a brilliant experience! From the off, I was given responsibilities such as organising and facilitating interviews, conducting quantitative and qualitative data analysis and joining research trips across the country. I was supported throughout these tasks with regular reviews, and always felt able to ask for help! Aside from gaining new skills, this also meant feeling immediately integrated into the team. Research staff work closely alongside the Events & External Affairs team, which also meant learning about the business side of Think Tanks – and I was able to meet some brilliant local government officers in the process.” – Clare, Research Intern, 2017