Working in a highly qualified environment with friendly people enriched both my professional and personal abilities.
Michela Gallo, recent intern at INTRAC
Work with us
We are currently recruiting a communications and marketing officer, to be based out of our Oxford, UK, headquarters. This is an exciting role tasked with maintaining and further developing the effective and proactive external communication of INTRAC’s identity, work programme, debate contributions and publications, and marketing initiatives, as well as supporting organisational knowledge management and wider communications strategy development.
We are looking for a dynamic communications and marketing professional with excellent oral and written English (additional world languages are an asset), and around two years of practical work experience in the field of communications and marketing, preferably in the not for profit sector. This will be supported by a relevant degree, such as in communications, marketing or media studies.
For more information and to apply, please refer to all three of the following documents:
- Job description, Communications and Marketing Officer
- INTRAC job application form
- Equal opportunities recruitment monitoring form
Application deadline: Friday, 26 September, 9 a.m. (UK time). Applicants must be legally eligible to live and work in the UK.
Interns and volunteers
We are currently recruiting two interns, one to work with the Research team and one to work with the Director's office. Both positions are based in Oxford, UK, and require a minimum three-month commitment. Both positions are unpaid but offer practical insight into the work of a busy organisation that supports civil society worldwide. We will reimburse local travel costs and lunch expenses. We regret we are unable to help with other travel costs, accommodation, or visas.
Main tasks will include assisting the Head of Research with expanding a work stream on use of evidence and research by civil society practitioners, including assisting with finalising training materials, monitoring debates and trends in use of evidence, and marketing our work in this field. A second key activity will be to provide support for a workshop in November on civil society sustainability, including logistical tasks and assistance with reporting.
This position will be for three to four months, on a part time (minimum three days a week) or full-time basis, starting by mid-October.
For more information about the role, qualifications, and how to apply, please download the Research intern role description.
Deadline for applications: Friday, 26 September, 12 PM (noon), UK time
Main tasks will include assisting the Director with managing work schedules, contacts and communications including with members of the wider INTRAC community, as well as supporting research, data gathering and literature organisation in the field of civil society governance. In addition the internship will provide insight into the general workings of the organisation through involvement in some day to day administrative tasks.
This position will be for three to six months, on a part time (minimum three days a week) or full-time basis.
For more information about the role, qualifications, and how to apply, please download the Director's Office intern role description.
Deadline for applications: Thursday, 2 October, 12 AM (midnight), UK time