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Job Opportunity: Science & Technology Communication Intern

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Alex Stockham <[log in to unmask]>

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psci-com: on public engagement with science

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Position: Science & Technology Communications Intern

Dates: Ideally starting from Tuesday 3rd July 2018 (2-3 months) with potential opportunity for subsequent employment

Salary: Living wage

Location: Shoreditch, London

Overview of the role:

This internship offers a unique opportunity to help two teams in a rapidly scaling start-up, focussing on connecting university research with industry.

The successful applicant will help IN-PART’s Discover team, researching university opportunities for company challenges, performing outreach to university teams, managing, writing and editing content, and learning how to use Adobe software to generate client materials. 

Additionally, in this role you will also be able to work with IN-PART’s Communications Manager to develop, create and evaluate social media campaigns and content to engage university and industry professionals. This will involve: writing social media content, contributing ideas to strategy, writing/editing email campaigns, formatting blogs and content for IN-PART’s website, and identifying new opportunities for communication.

Essential Skills, Experience & Knowledge:

 - University degree within a scientific discipline
 - Fluent with word and data processing programs
 - Ability to write and verbally communicate clearly, creatively, and persuasively
 - Ability to generate, analyse, and present data 
 - Ability to work productively within a team and independently
 - Ability to meet deadlines while managing multiple workflows and projects
 - Experience with communicating scientific ideas and research to specific audiences

Desired Skills, Experience & Knowledge:

 - A postgraduate degree in a scientific discipline or communications-related field
 - Experience with Content Management Systems
 - Experience with Client Relationship Management Systems
 - InDesign, and/or other design software skills
 - An understanding of Google Analytics
 - Previous experience with social media and knowledge of social media strategies


What is IN-PART?

IN-PART is an online matchmaking platform for university-industry collaboration that provides the initial introduction for new partnerships. We unlock innovation from research by helping businesses to develop new products, services, and technology from discoveries made in universities.

We currently work with over 120 world-leading universities across 6 continents to showcase the latest advances and developments made by their academics. We showcase these innovations on our platform (which is only accessible by R&D professionals in industry) and, through intelligent matchmaking algorithms and proactive community engagement, ensure that the most relevant people in industry are alerted to each new opportunity from academia. When there’s a match, our team provides the initial introduction, and then we cheers!


What is IN-PART: Discover?

Discover is an extension of IN-PART’s core matchmaking platform. Turning the system on its head, Discover provides companies with an opportunity to set a specific R&D challenge to our established and extended network of universities and research institutes. For the challenge that our industry partners outline, we conduct a global search for relevant opportunities within academia (experts, technologies, spin-outs, research projects, and centres of excellence). We then compile the results into a bespoke report, providing the introduction for opportunities that are of interest to the commissioning company. 


Application Details:

Please provide your CV and a brief cover note outlining why you are interested in the internship to our Communications Manager ([log in to unmask]). The final date for applications is Monday 25th June, 9am. However, we will look to organise interviews for suitable candidates at the nearest possible opportunity. 

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