For anyone who may have missed John Gallagher’s email regarding Internships, they are as below:
Sinead Whooley writes:
HIQUA, the Heakth and Information Quality Authority is looking to recruit a PR Intern. Its through the IBEC gradlink system so I’ve included a link to the details below. Its open to anyone who meets the criteria. People who are not recent graduates can also apply but they will not get the social welfare cover. This is an unpaid internship. This goes against the grain for my own personal preferences but HIQA is a public sector organisation and the recruitment ban means it has to be unpaid. I will provide on the job training and certificates of achievement so it will be worth doing.
Health Information and Quality Authority
Tel: 01 814 7488 / 087 922 1941
Niamh Gearney of Oxygen writes:
Oxygen is a marketing company that specialises in the student market. At present, we are looking for preferably a Masters student who would like
experience in PR and be able apply their knowledge in a practical environment.
We are presently organising Smedias 2011 (The National Student Media Awards) and are looking for an intern who would manage the PR end of it.
If anyone is interested they can email me at email@example.com.
Eoin Kennedy of Slattery Communications writes:
We are on the look out for an intern to join on the digital side. Would you let me know if you have any good candidates and when you work placement programme generally runs from? ( I have informed Eoin that I am putting this out of my general jobs bulletin and inviting indications of interest to communicate directly with him.-JG)
Slattery Communications Limited
T: +353 (0) 1 6614055
M: +353 (0)86 833 9540
Eilish Fallon writes
The position is in the Communications Department in the Immigrant Council of Ireland and I am leaving the position after being here a year. It is a paid internship so that will be of interest, as there are few enough of them about! Anyway here is the advertisement http://www.immigrantcouncil.ie/about-us/internships and the description:
Communications Assistant Intern
The ICI is inviting applications for a Communications Assistant Intern to work in our communications and integration departments. This is a one-year, fixed term, paid internship. Remuneration will be €12,000 per annum.
Job Description – key areas of responsibility:
To assist in the implementation of the ICI’s media strategy
To assist in the co-ordination of ICI campaigns
To participate in information management
To assist in managing the ICI website
To collate and edit items for the ICI News Bulletin
To assist in the day to day running of the Communications Department
To undertake administrative duties
The post holder will be expected to undertake any other responsibilities as required in the interests of the ICI.
The post holder will be expected to attend work-related meetings, to implement actions agreed by these meetings where appropriate and to work, as required, some weekends and evenings with time off in lieu.
Qualifications and education/training:
An appropriate third level qualification or equivalent experience.
Familiarity with the current debates on immigration.
Understanding of the wider equality agenda.
Understanding of and a commitment to the promotion of equal opportunities and cultural diversity.
Skills and abilities:
Excellent oral and written communications skills are crucial.
Ability to proof read and edit documents.
IT skills (i.e. website maintenance, data-base maintenance).
Social media skills.
Administration and organisational skills essential.
Flexibility in adapting to changing and developing roles.
Demonstrated ability to think strategically and to identify opportunities.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Problem solving skills.
Ability to plan and prioritise own work.
Ability to represent the ICI.
Ability to maintain a high level of social, organisational and professional standards in job-related activities.
Please send a current CV and a covering letter detailing your interest in this position to:
Administrative Officer (marked Communications Assistant Intern)
Immigrant Council of Ireland
2 St. Andrew Street
Closing date for applications is close of business Friday February 4, 2011.
Interviews will take place on Thursday February 10, 2011.
Jamie Good writes
PR Wise is a relatively new PR Agency, established in January ’09 with offices in Cork and Dublin. We are a full service agency and our current client base includes both Irish and international companies.
We are hoping to recruit an intern in the next couple of weeks as we have recently started working with a number of new clients. We would hope that this would progress in to a full time position following an initial trial period. The position would be based in the Dublin office.
Jamie Good | Account Manager | PR Wise | Tel: +353 1 2932072 | Mob: +353 87 9408028 | Web:www.prwise.ie
4th Floor, Apex Building, Blackthorn Road, Sandyford Business Estate, Dublin 18
Kilgarriffe, Clonakility, Cork
Cathy Riordan & Associates trading as PR Wise
Nadine Boylan writes:
I am working for Maverick Publicity in central London. We are a Fashion PR agency. We have a number of established brands on our client list and maybe one of the past MAPRS who may be in London may be interested in undertaking an internship with us. This internship is rolling so would also be open to current students in summer if they were to come to London.
INTERNSHIP: – Unpaid
HOURS: – 9 – 6 w/ 1 hour lunch break
TRAVEL: – Reimbursed up to £50 per week on presentation of receipts. If you are using a travelcard for the month you will only need to present 1 receipt.
DRESS: – Smart/casual. Do not worry too much, just no obvious loungewear or dirty trainers.
DUTIES: – In your initial first few weeks you will be supporting the showroom manager with the picking and booking out/in of samples, ensuring the office is tidy and organized at all times, helping with press events, conducting research for all clients, updating databases, contacting journalists in relation to samples/press events. Although these duties will continue for the duration of your internship, the responsibilities you are given are dependent on your attitude and application to the jobs in hand.
Pass on the details of the students if any are interested.
Lower Ground Floor
36-38 Hatton Garden
Tel: 0207 269 0690
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