Duration: 6 months
(Monday 5 September 2016 – Friday 24 February 2017)
Salary: £17, 583 pro rata, per annum
Full time: 35 hours per week
Location: York (but could include travel to other locations)
Are you interested in a fantastic opportunity to kick-start your career? The Joseph Rowntree Foundation/Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust are offering seven graduates the opportunity to be part of the 2016 paid internship programme.
Want to make a difference? - This will be no ordinary internship it is a real opportunity for you to make a difference. We will provide you with all the tools, resource and training you need and send you out into our organisation to search out the areas where we can improve our costs, quality, service or impact. You will then demonstrate your findings to us and influence us to progress your challenge through your recommendations.
What we need from you - Great team working skills, the ability to build key relationships and keen to grab learning opportunities for yourself and others. You will demonstrate that you can be innovative and creative in your approach to your challenges, whilst working professionally, effectively and to high standards.
What’s in it for you? - A high quality work experience that gives you the skills and experience to take you forward in your future career. You will have the opportunity to be part of our team and understand how we operate across a range of work which includes influencing national policy, managing social housing, communication and public affairs and delivering excellent care services.
For more information on this year’s internships programme download an Intern Pack from the website https://www.jrf.org.uk/job-vacancy/interns or contact Tabitha Galvez on 01904 752222.
For more information about the 2016 internships, follow us at @JRF_Jobs
The closing date for applications is 20th June 2016 at 12 noon.
Interviews will be held over two stages in late July. All interviews will be held at The Homestead, York.
Diversity is at the heart of everything we do at JRF and JRHT. We believe that employing people with varying traditions, cultures, identities, sexual orientations, religious beliefs, economic backgrounds, and racial/ethnic origins is essential to the delivery of our aims.