FHI360 Research Intern - Part-time in Washington, District Of Columbia
Serve as an intern supporting projects within the Global Health Population and Nutrition Group. The intern will primarily be responsible for conducting research and literature reviews, coordinating and drafting technical products such as blogs, powerpoint presentations, case studies, reports, and manuscripts. They will also provide administrative and logistical support for activities (and ensuring activities are completed in accordance with FHI 360 regulations). The intern will work 24 hours/week.
Job Summary / Responsibilities:
Conduct literature reviews and background research for project products and reports
Summarize findings from literature reviews, research, and presentations for consumption and inclusion in program deliverables
Assist in the preparation and production of project products, reports, presentations, manuscripts and other documents
Assist technical staff with other technical tasks as assigned
Education: At minimum, completed a Bachelor’s degree; Completed or enrolled in Masters of Public Health program highly desirable.
Interest and experience in global health research
Excellent organizational skills and demonstrated ability to manage details
Excellent writing skills
Familiarity with basic statistical analysis, including STATA and SPSS software
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively with a wide range of personalities
Articulate and professional and able to communicate in a clear, positive fashion with clients and staff.
Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office suite.
Prior work experience in a non- governmental organization (NGO) or other professional office setting preferred.
Energetic and collaborative team player.
Must be able to read, write and speak fluent English.
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