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Internship Details

Employer Bangor University – School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences

Job title Research and Website Officer

Closing date 16/04/2019

Salary £8.50 per hour

30 hours per week for up to 4 weeks, throughout June and/or July 2019, 9.30-4.30

Job description Dr Teresa Crew, along with a small international group of academics, have recently set up
the International Association of Working Class Academics. This new membership
association aims to support working class students and academics in navigating higher
education. The Intern will play a key role in the early stages of this association by working
on some key tasks:
- Design and set up a website to promote the new association. The Intern will liaise
with members of the association here.
- Event planning. Support academics in setting up a conference. The Intern will be
given the task of monitoring a particular email address and dealing with queries.
- Conducting a literature review into ‘social class and academics’. The Intern will be
required to find suitable research and record details, including summary in Excel.
- Promotional activities
- General administration

Person Able to design a website or Wordpress site, from scratch. Intern will need to show at least
one example of a site they have designed.
requirements Good analytical skills – with an interest in research
Competent IT skills, e.g web design, PowerPoint, Word, Excel
Excellent communication and organisational skills
An understanding and interest in ‘Social Class’.

How to apply You may apply for a maximum of 3 Internships.

Please email a CV and covering letter, expressing which Internships you are interested in,
by order of preference to:

Interviews will be held: TBC

Applicants who are shortlisted for interview will be notified and advice will be available
for any applicants who have any access requirements, any reasonable adjustments for the
interview, or any reasonable adjustments to be put in place in order to be able to
complete your internship.
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