24 Oct 2023
The six-month internship will start on a date to be agreed in the winter 2023/24. We are flexible as to whether the internship is part-time or full-time. The role would be line managed by the Director of Sector Engagement and work closely with our Policy Officer as well as interacting across the CaSE Team. There will be opportunities for interns to widen their experience of all aspects of CaSE’s policy work and to develop their skills in other areas, for example through political monitoring, writing for our blog and supporting our policy events.
CaSE is a small organisation with big impact. It is fast-paced, fun, and operates at the highest levels of politics, business, academia and the media. Everyone at CaSE gives their all and we look to our intern candidates to do the same. In return, our interns benefit from the opportunity to experience everything we do first-hand and make a big contribution to a small team. We encourage our interns to develop as much as they can in an environment with unrivalled access and opportunity.
Read the role profile to find out more about what the internship will involve, and what we are looking for in applicantsDownload
Please email Henry Gates at email@example.com if you have any questions. Information on how to apply is provided below.
How to Apply
The deadline for applications is midnight on 17th November 2023. To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- Your curriculum vitae
- A one page covering letter outlining why you want the job, why you think you would be good at it, what experience you have and why it’s relevant. Please include attributes or skills beyond those specified that you think would benefit the organisation and explain why.
- The names and contact details of two referees.
- If you need any adjustments to the application process, please let us know.
Interviews will be held in the week commencing 27th November at the CaSE office space in central London. It may also be possible to conduct interviews by Teams. There may also be the possibility of second interviews.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) is the UK’s leading independent advocate for science and engineering. Our mission is to ensure that the UK has the policies, funding and skills to help science and engineering thrive. Collectively our members employ 360,000 people in the UK, and our industry and charity members invest £35bn a year globally in R&D.
Our policy and advocacy work focuses on areas of shared interest across our membership under headings; investment, people & skills, research system, political engagement and public opinion.
CaSE is an independent, non-partisan charity funded entirely by our membership.
17 November 2023 23:59
W/C 27th November 2023
£30,000 annual salary pro-rated according to hours/length of internship.