Local recruitment & E.U. nationals: Intern (France) Future Earth
Paris, France 🇫🇷
The Internship Mission
The complex spatial and temporal interactions that exist between Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) must be accounted for in order to comply with the aim, set in 2015 by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SDGs, to provide a common, integrated global framework for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future.
Emphasizing the limitations of dominant research modes in reaching this goal, in 2019, the Global Sustainable Development Report laid out a framework for researchers, practitioners, decisionmakers, funders and civil society to work together to achieve “universally acceptable and mutually beneficial sustainability science,” and identified the urgent need to produce knowledge and understanding in three key areas: systemic interactions, competing development agendas, and transformations in concrete contexts.
To build understanding of these key areas, Future Earth’s Science-based Pathways for Sustainability initiative role is to support and encourage researchers from diverse disciplines to engage with societal actors (e.g. civil society, governments, private sector) in processes of adaptive learning to design, implement, and evaluate pathways to sustainability. The aim of the initiative’s activities is to foster an active international research community making a strong contribution to pathways for sustainability in practice.
The intern will be mainly working on supporting and implementing the initiative’s outreach and communication strategy. Their tasks may
Developing a monthly newsletter for the Pathways initiative; Identifying, researching, drafting and editing content on the website page, social media accounts and other digital communication outlets; Creating blog posts, briefs, brochures, etc. to promote the initiative and its research outcomes; Contributing to the development of webinars as part of the Pathways Forum webinar series; Helping with the organization of various Future Earth events.
Excellent level of written and spoken English; Currently enrolled in a Master’s level program in a relevant field (and will remain enrolled for the duration of the internship); Knowledge of sustainability and environmental challenges, and interest in transdisciplinary research; Motivated, organized and able to work independently to deadlines as well as to follow instructions, with attention to detail and good interpersonal and communication skills; Must be able to commute to our offices located in Paris (Due to COVID-19, office rules are likely to evolve. Currently presence at the office is expected at least 3 days/week); EU citizenship or in possession of a relevant French visa for the duration of the stage and eligible for a ‘Convention de Stage’*.
591,51€ per month (legally bound) plus associated benefits (subsidized access to University restaurants and transport card).
To apply, please send your Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a one-page cover letter written in English with the subject “Future Earth Internship” to:
firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 May 2022.
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