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Information Analyst and Content Writer, Information Services Unit – Policy and Strategic Planning Department, Ministry of Public Security

- Provided by Israel Government Fellows

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The Information Analyst and Content Writer will work with the Head of the Information Services Unit on local and international policy issues.

Daily tasks include:
-Composing research papers and briefs regarding public security and all of its aspects, including policy and practices of different governmental agencies.
-Conducting research and developing outlines and papers on various homeland and public security issues. This may include long-term projects that will be done simultaneously with smaller ad hoc projects on short

Qualifications:
-Background in Political Science, Criminology, History, Communications or International Relations
-Experience in research and academic writing, as well as writing for the web
-Creativity and critical thinking skills
-Native English speaker
-European languages and/or some Hebrew beneficial

The department forms policy and plans strategy on a national level, in the field of public security. This is done by implementing a systematic and organized process of collecting data and information; conducting scientific researches; and developing an overall view of all the components relevant to Israeli public security. This information unit gathers, analyzes and disseminates information from the professional literature on law enforcement; responds to requests for strategic and ad hoc information services; commissions state-of-the-art surveys on subjects of interest to the Ministry; publishes a regular informational booklet and an annual journal on relevant innovations.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct their internship placement process until all participants have been formally accepted. For this reason, IGF cannot guarantee applicants a particular internship position prior to their acceptance. However, the placement process is influenced primarily by participants’ preferences.

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