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Internship in NGO and Social Work Fields


Overview


NGOs, charities and social groups in China have their unique position outside the market and the state. Generally smaller scale, connections to citizens, flexibility, capacity to promote private initiative in support of public purposes, and their contributions to building 'social capital',   they have been regarded as strategically important participants in the search for a 'middle way' between the market and the state.


Co-operative projects are concentrated in areas of gender, environment, public health, poverty and education, where the Chinese government requires assistance in tackling a range of social, environmental and rural problems associated with pro-market reform. Chinese NGOs nowadays can be characterised as existing in a transitional stage between complete dependence on the government and some degree of autonomy from it. We can still say there are advantages and strengths of NGOs enabling them to live up to expectations of the public and state.


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Research ssociate
NGO Project Specialist
Research Associate

The host is a global, science-led bio-pharmaceutical business and their innovative medicines are used by millions of patients worldwide.


Responsibilities:

  • Support on coordination, implementation, execution, control and completion of donation project ensuring consistency with company strategy, commitments and goals;

  • Support day-to-day management of project timelines, budget, materials and development of detailed project level plans and feasibility;

  • Support on donation program preparation, initiation and management to make sure donation programs runs smoothly;

  • Prepare program related internal and external meeting;

  • To ensure that accurate records are maintained either electronically or in paper form for the donation program;

  • Work with other members of the organization to share knowledge, experiences and best practices;

  • Work closely with other relevant departments to support business;

  • Support on branding strategy with regards to the social responsibility activities concernning NGO cooperation.

Qualifications:

  • Major in Business Administration/public relationship/publichealth/Medical Pharmaceutical or similar;

  • Able to establish and maintain excellent relationships and partnerships with external and internal customers;

  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements related to project managementactivities;

  • Good communication skills;

  • Proven capability to work under pressure;

  • Aspiring to charity and patient assistant program;

  • Event organizing (conferences and meetings), including forward agenda planning and follow up actions.

The host has been protecting nature for the benefit of all for dacades. Through science, policy, and partnerships, it is helping build a healthier, more prosperous and productive world.


RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage implementation of the Freshwater Health Index and work with external collaborators (e.g., universities, research institutes) to apply and refine the Freshwater Health Index
;

  • Refine models and tools being developed forFreshwater Health Index and participate in training local resources on them.;

  • Write reports and develop materials for internal decision makers and external stakeholders;

  • Provide analytical support on other projects as directed, in support of the broader goals for the Nature’s Values& Priorities program;

  • As directed, manage or assist in managing technical partnerships within CI and external organizations. Create detailed information and analyses to guide partners in their decision making;

  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Degree earned or pursuing with major in water resource management/environmental engineering/ freshwater science or similar fields;

  • Demonstrated scientific writing experience, includingscientific reports and/or publications;

  • Proven ability to work in a team environment and work wellacross cultures as well as within and across organizations.

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Internship Highlights

Job title:
NGO Intern / Social Work Intern / Culture Ambassador
Industry Setting
NGO / Social Group
Location
Shanghai / Beijing / Hangzhou / Guangzhou
Duration
Min 2 Months
Allowance
Unpaid
Closing date
Regularly Offered

China Standard Time - CST
China Office Contact

5th Fl, No.888, South Shaanxi Road

Shanghai China, 200031

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+86 18601755326