User support Intern
We are looking for a User Support Intern to join the team at OCSI. The internship will last 12 weeks, with a view to extend this to a permanent role if all works out.
The user support role at OCSI is a great starting point for anybody wanting to get into communications, marketing, sales or even research or technical development.
Sounds like my cup of tea – what does OCSI do?
Based in Brighton, we are a social research consultancy with a strong technical focus. We use our expertise in research and technology to provide tools, analysis and support for organisations working for social good. We work at the cutting-edge of data, digital and public sector – take a look at http://ocsi.uk/ to find out more about the projects we are working on.
So, what does a Client Support intern do?
The User Support intern will play a key role as part of the OCSI communications team. The role will include
Great! And what skills do I need to fit the bill?
We are looking for:
Anything else I should know?
This is a Living Wage Internship, paid at the new rate of £8.25 per hour. This is a full-time role, although we can be flexible if that is important to you.
You’ll be based in our Brighton office in the vibrant North Laine cafes and pubs quarter, about 10 minutes walk from the sea. There may be occasional travel to London and further afield for meetings as required.
What we offer
How to apply
If you like the sound of all this, please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to Kimberley.firstname.lastname@example.org . For more information or for an informal chat regarding the role, please contact Kim by email or ring 01273 810270
The deadline for applications is 6th November and we are looking to schedule interviews for the week beginning 9th November
We look forward to hearing from you!
Please note that this position has now been filled. Please send any speculative applications to email@example.com
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