Overview of the role
Interns assist the Director and support other Anthrologica team members. They participate in various activities (as research assistants, reviewing literature, undertaking secondary analysis, preparing briefings and presentations, writing proposals) and will have the opportunity to develop their working knowledge of health in developing contexts.
Under‐graduate qualification in anthropology, medicine, public health or related social science.
Familiarity with qualitative / quantitative research methods.
Ability to show initiative and work effectively both independently and as part of a culturally diverse team.
Excellent oral and written communication skills (fluent English essential, other languages welcome).
We will consider interns from a range of disciplines / backgrounds, at various stages of their careers, who are engaging and have transferable skills and experiences.
The essential qualities we look for are energy, enthusiasm, and willingness to get involved!
Please submit a detailed CV and covering letter to Olivia Tulloch (email@example.com).