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SEI has adopted a new global media strategy in order to take our media work to the next level. The ambition is to be more proactive and strategic, as well as ensuring a more balanced geographical outreach and make use of our global presence. We are now looking for an intern to support the implementation of the strategy. We offer an interesting internship that will give insights into SEI’s global media work and provide hands-on experience.
Duties involve delivering communications outputs such as writing news stories linking SEI’s work to current affairs, producing press materials, creating Twitter content, making analyses of SEI media outreach to make it accessible for SEI colleagues, posting media coverage on the global SEI website, updating relevant media lists, and making media analyses of current debates linked to our prioritized topics. The intern will get an understanding of SEI’s research and global communication and will take on various tasks including assisting with media plans, media training and media briefings as well as supporting the global media team and corporate communications team.
We are looking for a person who is studying communications or journalism at a university level with a broad knowledge of communication and media work. Experience writing for the web including social media, photo and video editing is appreciated.
You are a near-native English speaker with a good command of the Swedish language (written and spoken). Please note that we will not consider applications that does not fulfil these language requirements.
You have a good ability to coordinate and drive tasks forward and transform scientific information into messages for a broader public audience.
How to apply
We are reviewing applications on an ongoing basis so please submit your application as soon as possible, however no later than 21 May, 23:59 Stockholm local time. We only accept applications that are submitted through our recruitment system. Please apply online using the button below.
Applications should be written in English and consist of a short CV (including 1 reference) and cover letter (maximum 1 page). In the cover letter, please address:
- what you would like to do during your internship and your strengths within the field of communications
- how the internship relates to your studies and future plans
- your ability to work home-based during large parts of the internship (due to circumstances regarding COVID-19)
- duration of internship (preferable Sep-Jan) and if you wish to work full time or part time (please give a percentage).
Use the button below to submit your application. Applications sent via email will not be accepted.
Questions regarding the internship can be directed to Annika Flensburg (email@example.com).