What is this internship all about?

PEAS always has a lot to get done and this year is no different. We are a small team in the UK and are looking for support in a few areas, and want to give someone an opportunity to get experience in working somewhere like PEAS.

We are offering you the opportunity learn about education, international development, and working in a small, fast-growing social enterprise. This would suit someone who would like to move into business development, communications or people development in the future.

You would receive professional development as if you were one of PEAS’ permanent employees, with regular mentoring from a line manager in the team, and formal and informal feedback throughout your internship. We want to make sure you are getting as much value from your time with us as possible, so we’ll encourage you to identify areas you want to learn, and we’ll do our best to tailor your work    plan so you can make the most of that learning.

As a small team, we work very collaboratively and you will get the chance to really immerse yourself in the organisation. This is a unique chance to build upon your skills with hands-on experience in a leading organisation in a fast-changing and high-impact sector.

 

Am I right for this role?

We are open to the type of person who might be suitable to this role, and are not fixed on a set amount of experience or work directly related to the international development or the education sector. You could be a graduate or someone who is looking to change sectors and gain experience in the not-for-profit sector, we will be primarily recruiting on potential.

Everyone who works in the PEAS UK team must be fluent in English and have a valid work permit to work in the UK.

 

Where will I work?

We are looking to hire one intern to join our Business Development team in London, focused on supporting the organisation grow our network of supporters and running projects to enhance people and cultural practices within the organisation.

The skills we are looking for are:

  • Adaptability to manage a very varied workload
  • Structured thinking and personal organisation to lead on projects, in collaboration with others in the team
  • Analytical skills to research and provide recommendations on potential new business
  • Engaging and emotive writing for a variety of public audiences

 

Ts and Cs

Hours: Full-time (part-time considered for exceptional candidates) 

Length: 3-6 months, according to candidate preference

Remuneration: £16,500 per annum  

Based: London office (Borough)

For more information on the role, and on how to apply:

DOWNLOAD the job pack here

APPLICATIONS CLOSE END OF Friday 2nd March. 

Please note; we will review applications on a case by case basis and shortlisted applicants may be invited in earlier than the closing date for interviews.