we are recruiting! TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES - 2 Paid internships 2021/2
People & Planet is the largest student network in Britain campaigning campaigning for social and environmental justice.
We have one of the most respected internship programmes in the sector, where you’ll gain all the experience you need to thrive in the not-for-profit sector. These positions are designed both to help us achieve our campaign aims and you to develop your skills.
You’ll receive intensive, ongoing training, fantastic support and build up a variety of skills so that, by the time you finish, you’ll be single-handedly managing your own projects and campaigns.
Over the course of the year we will provide training and development to enable you to:
support autonomous student led groups to organise and run our campaigns
deliver training and workshops to provide skills to the workshop
undertake research to ensure our campaigns are effective and well informed.
We are offering two 13 month training and development opportunities in 2021/2 - a Climate Justice Internship and a Migrant Justice Internship
People & Planet particularly encourages applications from people from BAME communities, people with lived experience of migration and/or living with unsettled immigration status, trans people, queer people, people with disabilities, people with caring responsibilities and other groups typically underrepresented in campaigning organisations. We are committed to make reasonable adjustments to enable any candidate to show their suitability for a role within People & Planet.
The Climate Justice Internship is open to all applicants.
The Migrant Justice Internship is a positive action internship aimed at increasing the participation of certain underrepresented groups within People & Planet and the charity sector.People sharing certain protected characteristics (within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010)are currently underrepresented within People & Planet. The under-represented group that we have identified is people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.Evidence also shows that people from BAME backgrounds are underrepresented in the charity sector. The Migrant Justice Internship is aimed at addressing this by offering a paid, entry level training and development opportunity to gain campaign experience in the charity sector which can be an invaluable first step in breaking into this field.As such, you are only eligible to apply for the Migrant Justice internship if you are from a BAME community group.
Contract: Fixed term 13 months
Starting: Successful applicants will begin on Tuesday 28th June 2021 and then take part in online training with students in the network throughout July.
Location: Remote working
Salary: £18,764.20 per year (this salary is set at the Oxford Living Wage rate)
Closing date:Tuesday 1st June midnight.
Interview date: Climate Justice intern 10th June, Migrant Justice intern 11th June.
Candidates need to be available to commit to the full 13 months of the internship.
Unfortunately due to the UK government’s hostile environment, successful candidates must have the right to work in the UK and must be able to prove this.
How to apply
Please read the Guidance document and Job Description carefully before filling in your application and equal opportunities form.
Please send completed forms to email@example.com
If you have any queries about this role, please contact Virginia Moffatt at Virginia.Moffatt@peopleandplanet.org.