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Internship with the Governance Team

Application Closing Date - 22 Jul 2018

Job Start Date - mid-August 2018

Duration - 3 months

Pay Scale - EUR 450 per month

Location - Berlin, Germany

Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. In collaboration with more than 100 chapters worldwide and an International Secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.

The Governance Team as a sub team of the Governance and Legal Team is responsible for the internal governance of the global organisation at the Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S). The team facilitates the development of and helps ensure a strong, integer and relevant TI Movement that fulfils its mission efficiently and in full abidance with the values that it promotes, and in respect of the diversity and high independence of its constituents. One task of the team is to organise the Annual Membership Meeting (AMM) that brings together all TI members and is an important yearly milestone in TI´s global network, to advance our accountability, learn from each other and enhance collaboration. We are looking for an intern that supports us in the preparation and implementation of the AMM in October 2018.

Main function: To assist the Governance Team in the logistical preparation and implementation of the Annual Membership Meeting (AMM) in October 2018.
Starting date: mid-August 2018
Duration: Three months
Work hours: full time (40 hours per week; Monday to Friday)
Team: Governance and Legal Team
Remuneration: EUR 450 per month
Location: Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S), Berlin, Germany

Key tasks:

Knowledge, experience and skills:

How to apply

To apply for this internship please send a maximum one-page cover letter and a maximum two-page CV in English, preferably by email, to Jasna Ibach:

GovernanceInternship@transparency.org

The closing date for applications is Sunday, 22 July 2018.

Candidates must be enrolled in an academic programme during the entire period of the internship.

Kindly note that a valid work permit for Germany is required and that interns must take out their own health insurance before starting the internship. Persons already registered as residents in Germany must submit a Tax Identification Number. Proof of enrolment must be provided irrespective of the type of internship pursued (mandatory or non-mandatory internship).

We thank all applicants for their interest in this internship. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted, no later than Friday, 27 July 2018. Due to the very high volume of applications received it is unfortunately not possible to provide individualised feedback.

To learn more about Transparency International visit our website at www.transparency.org.

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