Research Intern: Domestic and International Energy Policy/Russian & Eurasian Affairs
The Center for Energy, Natural Resources and Geopolitics (CENRG) at the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security seeks to immediately fill an unpaid Research Intern position. The intern can either work in Washington DC or remotely.
CENRG focuses on the on crucial issues of the 21st century: the nexus between energy, geopolitics and security, and natural resources and growth.
The Research Intern will: work on high-level research projects, prepare research briefs, provide literature reviews, talking points and draft presentations, while reporting to our senior staff. In particular, the Research Intern will focus on programs and projects dealing with domestic and international energy policy & markets. The suitable candidate will also be engaged in detail-oriented project management on a day-to-day basis, including document drafting, data gathering, entry and analysis. Other duties include developing and organizing conferences, workshops, panel discussions, and other events; participating long-term projects; supporting bids for new projects; as well as scheduling and administrative support.
Academic credit possible but must be discussed on case-to-case basis. Access to numerous networking opportunities, lectures, receptions and policy luncheons will be available. Graduate students and graduates are particularly welcome.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS REQUIREMENTS
* Superb on-line research skills (Internet, databases)
* Excellent, proven, native-level English writing skills
* Microsoft Office high level fluency (Word, Access, Power Point, Excel)
* Interest/background in energy policy and/or Russia, Eurasia
* Superior organizational skills and demonstrated self-initiative and ability to complete tasks with minimal supervision
Please send your resume, a cover letter, which should include your dates of availability and a writing sample in English and Russian to [email protected] with the job title in the subject line. IAGS is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks candidates from a diverse background.
The Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS) is a non-profit think-tank which directs attention to the strong link between energy and security and provides a stage for public debate on the various avenues to strengthening the world’s energy security.