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Reference: 73396

Date Added: 12 November 2019
Closing Date: 1 December 2019

Job Title: Communications and Policy Intern

Working For: The Knowledge Quarter

Location: London

Salary: £19,201 per annum (London Living Wage £10.55 pro rata 2 days per week)

Job Details

The Knowledge Quarter (KQ) is a partnership of over 100 academic, cultural, research, scientific and media organisations located in a one-mile radius around King’s Cross, Euston Road and Bloomsbury in London.

The Knowledge Quarter has grown rapidly in size from an initial 35 partners to now over 100 in the space of a few years. As we grow our operations, we’re looking for a proactive self-starter to join our small team. In this role you’ll support the Knowledge Quarter’s communications, support our policy development and conduct small pieces of desk research.

This is an excellent opportunity to gain real world, varied and engaging paid experience with some of the most prestigious organisations in the world. As part of your internship, the Knowledge Quarter will seek to help support your development needs and tailor parts of the role to your interests.

This is a part-time, fixed-term position for six months with opportunity for extension. The role will be based in our offices in the British Library, but some remote working may be required from time to time.

More information can be found on our website including the role requirements and responsibilities (knowledgequarter.london clicking on the news tab - https://www.knowledgequarter.london/communications-and-policy-intern/).

Closing Date: 1 December 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Closing Time for Applications: Midnight
Interviews will take place: Thursday 5 December 2019

Application Details

To apply please send an up to date C.V. and covering letter (no longer than one page) detailing your reasons for applying, together with your experience and abilities in relation to this role to Daniel Stevens at Daniel.Stevens@bl.uk 

Website: https://www.knowledgequarter.london/

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