Internships

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Students who do internships are ‘three times more likely to win good jobs’, according to June 2013 research in The Daily Telegraph. And in an international market place, emerging markets experience is even better.    

Career Journey International is one of the world’s leading providers of international internship programs. We have been featured inThe Times, on the BBC and onEscape the City. 
Visit our Internship Reviews page for videos, articles, blogs, and intern feedback. 
Our Ghana Internship Program gives you the chance to work in in Accra – the country’s fun and thriving capital. We partner with elite companies to provide exceptional experiences in sectors including: 

– Finance (Investment Banking; Private Equity; VC; Wealth Management etc.) 

– Oil & Gas (Ghana Oil; UBI Petroleum etc.) 

– Marketing (Multiple Concepts Group; Ogilvy & Mather etc.) 

– TV (Africa TV; TV3; Metro TV etc.) 

– Journalism (CANOE Lifestyle Magazine etc.) 

– Real Estate (BAM International etc.) 


These 1-2 month packages have been developed to combine the best of travel and work in one of the world’s key emerging economies. The idea is to have fun and enjoy a new culture, while building your CV for the international job market. 

Candidates accepted onto our programlive in our beautiful mansion in the heart of Accra. From there, you will experience Africa’s booming culture and economy in a safe and supported way, assisted by our dedicated on-the-ground team. 

Apply for Ghana internships here

How to Apply 
– Website: 
http://www.careerjourneyinternational.com 
– E-mail: 
enquiries@careerjourneyinternational.com 
– Phone: +44 (0)20 7629 1987       


Social Media 

– Facebook: 
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– Twitter: 
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ITV Studios – deadline 30 June 2013
Title of role:
ITV Studios Intern (Runner/Researcher)
Duration:
51 weeks
Location of role:
London
Salary:
£18,000
Brief description of role:
Runner
·      You will be expected to undertake whatever basic tasks are required to help ensure the smooth running on a production.
·      Within a production team you will help things run smoothly by assisting with the day to day activities of the office – including answering the phone, opening post, working between sites and shoot locations, booking transport, ordering stationery, moving equipment, keeping areas clean, organise lunch, make tea and coffee, photocopy, file, deal with paperwork
·      When filming you will look after talent or contributors to programmes. Meeting and greeting them, guiding around studio or location as required. Driving production staff and props to location.
·      Postproduction activities including tape logging, basic dubbing, digitising and transferring tapes. Supporting the production team in edits
 
Researcher
·      You will be expected to research content for programmes.  Your main role is to generate great ideas and help develop strong editorial content while working across all programming platforms.
·      Researchers support the production team, contributing ideas, contacts and sources; selecting and interviewing possible contributors and, most importantly, being resourceful, factually accurate and knowledgeable about research sources.
·      Key activities of a researcher centre around generating, researching, developing, analysing and presenting ideas; sourcing and vetting suitable contributors and locations for production; building, maintaining and nurturing relationships with contributors and talent both before, during and if possible after production; generate concise and accurate briefs, treatments and contributor biogs; compile guest or gameshow questions and ensuring they are factually correct; learning the basics of camera and sound equipment use.  
Candidate Profile
Essential competencies, skills & interests:
Technical:
·      Good IT Skills, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and web search
Organisation
·      Able to take initiative, flexible and adaptable to constant change
·      Good problem solving skills
·      Have organisational, time management, prioritising skills and understand deadlines
·      Ability to work under pressure, and work unsociable hours
·      Demonstrate accuracy and attention to detail in note taking, people finding, script writing and all other areas of work
Communication
·      Demonstrate clear aptitude to document or record information
·      Good verbal and visual communicator and effective communicator across various platforms.
·      Good interview skills – phone and face to face
·      Be aware of diversity – this includes all areas of casting and production
Teamwork
·      A team player
·      Willingness to go further anticipate other peoples needs
·      Understand everyone’s role in production – how they fit and work together
·      Demonstrate an ability to follow clear instructions from senior members of the team
Customer Service
·      Energy, enthusiasm and determination
·      Great people skills to build rapport and be sensitive, tactful and diplomatic in difficult situations take an interest in the wider industry and get to know the names of production companies and what they make and the names of channel controllers
Candidate Profile
Desired competencies, skills & interests:
Some knowledge of or experience in the pre-production and production processes is an advantage but not essential.
Candidate Profile
Academic Requirements:
No specific educational or training qualifications are required but a degree where the subject may provide some useful background information together with a demonstration of interests and engagement in things beyond course work would be advantageous.

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