Summer Internship, 2019
Pan American Health Organization, Washington, United States
Intern, PAHO Investigations Office, Washington, D.C.
Summary of Job Description:
- Conduct research and fact-checking work on issues related to administrative investigations techniques, corporate codes of conduct and international tribunal judgments.
- Assist with design and development on publicity materials.
- Assist with design of templates for routine work flow.
- Assist with design and development of webpage content.
- Contribute to Investigations Office outreach activities and awareness-raising materials, e.g. online articles, pamphlets, booklets, etc.
- Produce other reports as requested by the Investigations Office.
- Research summaries related to administrative investigations best practices;
- PowerPoint presentations for use in awareness-raising sessions;
- Infographics and animations for use in awareness-raising sessions;
- Templates for use in routine Investigations Office work flows
- Inputs to Investigations Office outreach activities and awareness-raising materials;
- Inputs to other Investigations Office reports, as requested.
- At least twenty years of age at date of application.
- Enrolled in a master's program or in the final year of a bachelor's program; or have graduated within the last six months from a bachelor's or master's program.
- Interest in international administrative investigations work, international relations, international political economy, media communications, sociology or criminology.
- Excellent verbal and written English communication skills. Knowledge of Spanish, French, or Portuguese desirable.
- Experience in creating infographics and animations highly desirable.
- High degree of professionalism and integrity.
- Conscientious team player with a pleasant disposition.
- Strong quantitative and analytical skills.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen or a U.S. Legal Permanent Resident, or
- Have a valid visa with an Employment Authorization from USCIS, or
- PAHO will sponsor a G-4 visa.
- Minimum of three months, with possible extension of three months on a part-time or full-time basis, to begin in mid-June 2019.