Posted on: Friday 4th of April 2014
Ctrl-Shift is looking for two interns to join our growing business and expanding team. As the personal information economy fast evolves, these roles will give the right candidates a unique opportunity to be part of a forward-thinking team in an exciting burgeoning market.
The research internship will provide a fantastic opportunity to work alongside our lead consultants and strategists on ground-breaking research projects designed to help businesses and governments capitalise on new market opportunities and design the future personal data landscape.
The role will involve supporting ongoing research projects, including investigating new markets, preparing reports, and supporting marketing and stakeholder activities. The ideal candidate will have some experience in researching, analysing and interpreting information, and can think creatively about specialist subject areas. For more about this role please see the Research Intern Role Specification.
CEO Assistant Internship
The CEO assistant intern will get the unique opportunity to work alongside the CEO of Ctrl-Shift helping with the development of the business, its market, and driving client engagement as we help transform the way businesses deliver and create value.
The internship will involve supporting ongoing development with clients, preparing market facing materials and supporting business functions including financial and administrative management. Ideally we are looking for someone with experience and knowledge in digital services and markets and information use and management as well as excellent communication and team skills. To find out more about this position please see the CEO Assistant Role Specification.
Both internships will last for six months starting in May 2014 and cover expenses and a small daily allowance. If you are interested in applying for either position or would like to discuss the opportunity further please call the Ctrl-Shift team on 0207 000 1907 or email email@example.com. The deadline for applications in 5pm 22 April. Interviews will take place in Central London on 9 May.