Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 08/04/2019 UNU, Intern – Communications and Advocacy

Ammonstraße 74, Dresden, Germania
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The intern will contribute to the preparation and execution of the Dresden Nexus Conference 2020, by supporting in one or more of the following activities:

  • conference administrative and logistical activities
  • development and execution of the call for submissions and the review process, engaging various audiences around the world
  • conceptualisation, development, and execution of conference material and promotional activities and resources, such as flyers, posters, social media campaigns, etc.
  • drafting of dynamic content and maintenance of the Dresden Nexus Conference website
  • development and execution of the scientific and social programme, including but not limited to supporting coordination and management of programme stakeholders, the timely collection of their inputs, and other related tasks
  • participant management, in particular, for VIPs
  • post-conference management including follow-up with participants, and the post-event analysis of data for the production of an internal summary report and debrief
  • conducting independent projects based on the current activities and needs of the conference organisers as assigned by the supervisors
Requisiti principali:

Required qualifications and experience include:

  • completed a bachelor’s or currently enrolled in master’s degree programme in Communications Sciences, Journalism, Public Relations, International Relations, Environmental Sciences, Political Sciences, Social Sciences or related fields
  • strong interest in the work of the United Nations, the UNU, and development and environmental resource management
  • experience in event management would be an asset;
  • strong knowledge of in MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • proficiency in English is required; a good command of German would be highly desirable; knowledge of additional UN languages is an asset