18.10.2021

Current vacancies:

  • Internship Placement - Media Editing and Graphic Design
  • Internship Placement - Statistical Capacity

 

Internship Placement – Media Editing & Graphic Design, PARIS21

The intern will provide support and assistance to the PARIS21 Communications & Partnerships Team to promote PARIS21’s work. The intern will support the production of videos and podcasts, develop and implement creative communications campaigns, and support the editing of print and web materials.

The internship is based in Paris, France.

Main Responsibilities

  • Filming and editing video for the PARIS21 website and social media channels
  • Recording and editing podcasts
  • Designing and layout of booklets, leaflets, brochures, and social media graphics
  • Supporting social media and website content development and promotion
  • Supporting partner engagement, including contributing to analytical and written documents, preparation of presentations, calls and meetings
  • Supporting partner and donor identification and research
  • Contributing to PARIS21 partnerships and communications projects, campaigns and activities
  • Coordinating knowledge management and reporting
  • Other tasks as required by PARIS21 management

Ideal Candidate Profile

  • The candidate must be enrolled in an accredited degree programme
  • Extensive knowledge of Adobe Premier Pro, Audition, Illustrator, Indesign & Photoshop
  • Very strong writer in English, fluency in French or Spanish an asset
  • Extensive social media experience
  • English native speaker or advanced fluency

Contract Duration

6-month internship starting end 2021 or January 2022, with possibility of renewal. OECD interns are eligible for a monthly stipend.

Please send your CV, cover letter and at least three relevant portfolio (video / print design) examples to sasha.ramirez-hughes@oecd.org by 31 October 2021, with the subject “Application for PARIS21 internship – YOUR NAME. Please note that applications without portfolio examples will not be considered.

Please also create a general profile on the OECD Taleo page

 

Internship Placement – Statistical Capacity Team, PARIS21

The Statistical Capacity Team provides support to national statistical offices to develop capacity, set strategic planning agendas for statistics and develop national statistical systems fit for the 21st Century. The team works in various areas of support, including soft skills trainings and the development of National Strategies for the Development of Statistics.

Main responsibilities

During the 5 to 6-month internship starting in October/November 2021, the intern will support the portfolio of the Statistical Capacity Team as detailed below:

- Desk research and concept notes on training modules:

  • statistical leadership and management;
  • human resources policies and institutional reforms;
  • partnership for statistical development;
  • related e-learning modules

- Support in country work related to strategic planning (NSDS)/RSDS processes;

- Support in organising training workshops and webinars;

- Support in preparing talking points and PPTs;

Ideal Candidate Profile

  • The candidate must be enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited educational or research academic programme at a Master’s level throughout the length of the internship and be based in an OECD member country
  • A strong academic background in development, economics, public policy, social sciences, statistics or a related field is required.
  • Very good analytical and drafting skills, with the ability to synthesise information and an interest in communicating complex information in ways accessible to various audiences
  • Fluency (written and spoken) in English and French is required
  • Ability to work and communicate effectively and in a co-operative spirit in a multicultural environment, both independently and as part of a team
  • Good interpersonal skills, ability to work collaboratively with colleagues from different national and cultural backgrounds to achieve the organisational goals
 
Other considerations
 

Interns at the OECD do not receive a salary. However, the OECD grants a contribution to living expenses of around 700 euros per calendar month worked. Given the current health situation, the internship will take place in a hybrid-mode, partly at the OECD offices in Paris, France and remotely. For more information on the OECD Internship Programme please visit the OECD’s Internship Programme Brochure and the Frequently Asked Questions webpage. Application process Interested candidates should send their CV to paz.patino@oecd.org by 19 October. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

Please also create a general profile on the OECD Taleo page

 

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