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Congressional Affairs Fellowship, Congressional Affairs Department – North American Division – Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="israel ministry of foreign affairs"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs seeks a  Congressional Affairs Fellow to assist the Congressional Affairs Department of the Ministry’s North American Division

The Fellow will be responsible for:
-Researching of political developments in the United States
-Monitoring and analyzing the 2015 presidential elections
-Assisting with hosting United States congressional delegations to Israel
-Assisting in acquiring information regarding possible cooperation fields with legislators
-Monitoring the United States political media
-Monitoring the United States congressional committees (hearings, mark ups etc)
-Researching certain legislations
-Writing political reports and updates from the hill

Qualifications:
-Native English speaker
-Political science degree preferred
-Familiarity with the federal system, particularly the legislative branch
-Previous work experience related to the United States Congress extremely advantageous

The Congressional Affairs Department serves as a liaison unit between the Government of Israel and the United States Congress.

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.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem, Law | Comments closed
Economic Analysis and Research Fellowship, Israel Securities Authority - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="israel securities authority"The Economic Analysis and Research Fellow will complete a policy or academic research paper examining an area of active interest in the field of securities regulation, forming a cogent analysis and possibly making policy recommendations. The research fellow will be expected to present their findings to decision-makers within and outside the Israel Securities Authority (ISA).

Additional responsibilities include:
-Assisting other researchers within the economics department
-Making short analysis of a particular issue for use in a larger research project
-Reading and commenting upon internal drafts of research projects within the department
-Attending conferences, seminars and meetings in finance and securities regulation in order to develop a stronger background in the field and remain informed on current topics

Qualifications:
-Active interest in finance
-Degree in a quantitative field (math, economics, physics, finance, statistics, computer science, etc.) preferred
-Proficient in MS Office – strong Excel skills required, Excel VBA skills preferred
-Previous experience in a statistical or mathematical software package (SAS, STATA, Matlab, R, SPSS, etc.) preferred
-Programming and database programming skills preferred

The Israel Securities Authority (ISA) was established under the Securities Law, 1968 and its mandate is to protect the interests of the investing public. Amongst other things, the Authority fights such phenomena as securities fraud, use of inside information and secreting material information from investors.

While the ISA does not have rule-making authority, it drafts and initiates virtually all primary and secondary legislation pertaining to securities law in Israel. In addition, it cooperates with government industries in formulating policies and laws pertaining to capital market activity.

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.

Also posted in Business & Finance, Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Research Fellowship, NGO Monitor - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="ngo monitor"The Research Fellow will be assigned to one of NGO Monitor’s research desks (Israel, Europe, BDS, Legal), to be determined based on the interests and strengths of the fellow and the needs of the organization. Certainly, the enthusiasm of the fellow is of high importance for NGO Monitor, and discussions with the fellow will be premised on creating a project that he/she feels will passionately and wholeheartedly pursue.

The research will entail:
-Monthly written and oral progress reports
-Op-eds, in the fellow’s name, to be published in various Israeli and international papers
-Short research papers (3-8 pages) on specific areas of the larger research project, for publication on NGO Monitor’s website
-Correspondence with relevant government offices and organizations, to advance the research, develop contacts for affecting public policy, and maximizing the impact of the publications
-Preparing PowerPoint presentations and other materials
-The position may include correspondence and/or meetings with diplomats and foreign government officials

Qualifications:
-Preference for strong academic background in political science, international relations, law, or human rights
-Demonstrated interest in and awareness of the Arab-Israeli conflict
-Strong research and writing skills (writing sample will be requested)
-Willingness and demonstrated ability to adapt to new working environment, and integrate smoothly into a team of staff
-Flexible and cooperative approach to work
-Commitment to the goals and priorities defined by NGO Monitor

NGO Monitor provides information and analysis, promotes accountability, and supports discussion on the reports and activities of NGOs (non-governmental organizations) claiming to advance human rights and humanitarian agendas.

The aim of NGO Monitor is to generate and distribute critical analysis and reports on the output of the international NGO community for the benefit of government policy makers, journalists, philanthropic organizations and the general public. We intend to publicize distortions of human rights issues in the Arab-Israeli conflict and provide information and context for the benefit of NGOs working in the Middle East. We hope this will lead to an informed public debate on the role of humanitarian NGOs.

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.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem, Jewish Communal Organizations, Law | Comments closed
iEngage Fellowship, The Engaging Israel Project – The Shalom Hartman Institute - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="shalom hartman research fellowship masa israel government fellows"The Shalom Hartman Institute (SHI) seeks an iEngage Fellow to liaise with the research and communications team to get The Engaging Israel Project message out through traditional and new media and work on strategic marketing and development for other SHI programs.

Areas of Responsibility include:
-Research specific topics for various iEngage publications
-Assist with collecting, organizing, and editing written materials to be published
-Development of strategic PR and social media campaigns to highlight iEngage and SHI work
-Draft press releases and outreach to media outlets
-Assist in production of iEngage and New Paths curricula such as video and sourcebook production
-Liaise between the researchers and the media team

Qualifications:
-Fluent in English
-Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences/Humanities
-Strong research, writing, and editing skills
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills
-Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, including ability to multi-task
-Excellent computer skills, including MS Suite and database
-Experience in logistical aspects of program planning (preferred)
-Working knowledge of social media
-Working knowledge of North American Jewry and Jewish organizations (advantage)

The Shalom Hartman Institute is a transformative center for thinking and teaching that believes in the power of ideas to bring change. Often consulted for advice by the leading figures in Israeli society and North American Jewry, the Shalom Hartman Institute is the leader in quality, ideas-based Jewish learning. SHI provides programming for a host of institutions throughout Israeli and North American society, including the Israeli secular school system, the IDF, numerous municipalities, and synagogues throughout the world.

In recent years, SHI harnessed its successful ideas-based programming to address the discourse on Israel in North America and created the iEngage Project. The goal of the iEngage Project is to respond to growing feelings of disenchantment and disinterest toward Israel among an ever-increasing number of Jews worldwide by creating a new narrative regarding the significance of Israel for Jewish life. This narrative will serve as a foundation for a new covenant between Israel and world Jewry, elevating the existing discourse from one with a crisis-based focus to one rooted in Jewish values and ideas.

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.

Also posted in Education, Jerusalem, Jewish Communal Organizations, Marketing Advertising or PR | Comments closed
Assistant to the Director, Global Debt Capital Markets and Foreign Currency Transactions Department – Office of the Account General, Ministry of Finance - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="israel ministry of finance"The Assistant to the Director will help the Director of the Global Debt Capital Markets and Foreign Currency Transactions Department in communicating with relevant international bodies and organizations.

The Fellow will be tasked with:
-Preparation for executing issues abroad
-Taking part in the hedging program of the Government of Israel (derivatives)
-Maintaining relationships with international credit rating agencies (Moody’s, S&P and Fitch), providing them with information regarding the Israeli market and assisting them with their arrangements for their annual visit in Israel and will join them during the visit
-Gathering information about the Israeli and the world economy
– Acting as point person for English content, including SEC filings and annual report, as well as other miscellaneous publications. This includes drafting documents from scratch, along with editing and revising documents

The Fellow can also expect the added benefits of having the opportunity to interact with top-level individuals and financial firms around the world, including global investors and well-respected law firms in the United States and London. They will have the opportunity to work closely with such individuals when the work presents itself.

Qualifications:
-Background in Economics, Business or Accounting preferred
-Working knowledge of capital markets and debt issuance advantageous, or interest in finance and ability to learn quickly required
-Native English speaker
-Highly motivated team Player
-Excellent communication skills
-Proficiency in MS Office, computer literacy and ability to learn IT systems (ie, Bloomberg terminal) quickly

The Global Debt Capital Market and Foreign Currency Transactions Department is responsible for executing issues abroad (selecting target markets, timing of issues and volumes; locating underwriters and preparing legal and marketing materials), and maintaining relationships with international credit rating agencies, and monitoring global markets and studying new markets.

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.

Also posted in Business & Finance, Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Policy Fellowship, Energy and Cleantech Unit – Office of the Chief Scientist, Ministry of Economy - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="office of chief scientist israel"The Policy Fellow will assist the Energy and Cleantech Unit in developing policies regarding national oil, gas and cleantech issues.

Oil and Gas:
In the wake of the natural gas discoveries in Israel, the Office of the Chief Scientist works to leverage those discoveries to create a knowledge intensive Israeli industry in the fields of oil and gas. This requires international benchmarking research for policies aimed at leveraging natural resources discoveries for the creation of an intensive based industry, as well as planning and executing events aimed with the participation of experts, researchers and companies interested to become active in this area in Israel.

Cleantech:
International benchmarking research for policies aimed at encouraging the development of technological industry in the cleantech field, such as water, renewable energies, alternative fuels, reduction of GHG emissions and more. In addition to policy level activity, work scope could include arranging business to business activities, seminars and exhibitions and more.

Qualifications:
-Previous knowledge and experience in international policy benchmarking, oil and gas, and cleantech – advantageous
-Advanced computer skills, mainly in Excel and PowerPoint – required
-Excellent writing skills
-Creativity
-Ability to work independently and as part of a team

The Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS) in the Ministry of Economy is charged with execution of government policy for support of industrial R&D. The goal of the OCS is to assist in the development of technology in Israel as a means of fostering economic growth, encouraging technological innovation and entrepreneurship, leveraging Israel’s scientific potential and enhancing the knowledge base of industry in Israel.

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.

Also posted in Environment / Clean-tech, Government and Public Service, Tel Aviv | Comments closed
Middle East Affairs Fellowship, Middle East and Regional Cooperation Division – Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="israel ministry of foreign affairs"The Middle East Affairs Fellow will assist the Division in promoting people-to-people activities as well as regional diplomatic dialogue.

The Fellow will be responsible for:
-Preparing daily international media reports on on Middle East affairs, with an emphasis on Arab media
-Analyzing official reports related to the Middle East
-Various research projects
-Attending events, meetings with foreign diplomats and political briefings

The Fellow may also have the opportunity to pursue a long-term project within the Division, depending on his or her interests and experience.

Qualifications:
-Fluent in English
-Excellent writing skills
-Proficiency in Arabic and/or other languages advantageous
-Degree in International Relations, Political Science, Islamic Studies, Middle Eastern Studies and/or Arabic preferred
-Candidates should have an interest in Israeli foreign policy
-Curiosity and openness to other cultures and languages

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs formulates, implements and presents the foreign policy of the Government of Israel. It represents the state vis-a-vis foreign governments and international organizations, explains its positions and problems throughout the world, endeavors to promote its economic, cultural, and scientific relations, and fosters cooperation with developing countries. Israel currently maintains diplomatic relations with 162 countries. The Ministry promotes relations with Diaspora communities and safeguards the rights of Israeli citizens abroad.

The Middle East Affairs and Regional Cooperation Division deals with Israeli-Arab relations, including coordination of multilateral and bilateral talks.

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.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Civil Society Affairs Fellowship, Civil Society Affairs Department – Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="israel ministry of foreign affairs"The Civil Society Affairs Fellow will be directly involved in Israel’s efforts of combating delegitimization.

The Fellow will assist the Civil Society Affairs Department’s Coordinator for Combating Delegitimization in the following ways:
-Developing written materials for distribution across key diplomatic and Israel advocacy networks
-Assisting in managing short-term and medium-term projects related to events and conferences
-Monitoring key websites and maintaining ongoing database regarding global anti-Israel activity
-Assisting in the coordination of the full array of local efforts around the world to combat delegitimization

This position is office-based and people-oriented. The Fellow will have the opportunity to be involved in regular meetings and exchanges with outside bodies, as well as efforts to actively shepherd joint initiatives through to fruition.

Qualifications:
-High-level spoken and written English
-Excellent writing skills
-Previous experience in Israel advocacy- a distinct advantage

The Civil Society Affairs Department is responsible for countering the assault on Israel’s legitimacy, developing the strategy of action and its implementation.  The department acts as the focal point for these issues within the MFA, for the Israeli missions, Pro-Israeli and Jewish advocacy organizations and for the Israeli government agencies. The department has a leading role in the efforts at home and abroad to counter the current assault through building relationships, partnerships and coalitions with influential elites across the full range of political and civic institutions in the international society.

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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Legal Fellowship, Israeli Money Laundering and Terror Financing Prohibition Authority – Ministry of Justice - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="israel ministry of justice"The Israeli Money Laundering and Terror Financing Prohibition Authority seeks a Legal Fellow to assist the Authority’s Legal Advisor in issuing policy recommendations.

The Fellow’s tasks will include:
-Conducting comparative legal research, drafting legal memorandums
-Assisting IMPA in preparing its periodical reports for the international organizations
-Assisting in the preparation of legislative proposals and law amendments
-Drafting legal advice for a variety of governmental agencies with respect to money laundering and terrorist financing
-Preparing presentations and lectures
-Updating IMPA’s website
-Other assignments, as needed

Qualifications:
-Native English speaker
-Proficiency in French a plus
-Some level of Hebrew preferred
-Strong research and analysis skills
-Background in finance and/or criminal law advantageous
-Detail-oriented
-Team player

The IMPA is responsible for assisting Israeli authorities in the investigation and prevention of money laundering and terror financing related offenses as part of the global effort to combat such crimes. Anti-money laundering and terrorist financing is a rapidly developing field of strategic importance for governments around the world. As such, there is a constant need for thorough research on contemporary legal issues.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct our 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.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem, Law | Comments closed
Research Fellowship, Strategy & Economic Research Unit – Office of the Chief Scientist, Ministry of Economy - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="office of chief scientist israel"The Research Fellow will be responsible for ad-hoc assignments and long-term research projects.

The Fellow’s research will focus on the following areas:
-Budget allocation
-International cooperation
-Equity crowd funding
-Innovation financing

Qualifications:
-Background in economics, finance, and/or strategy preferred.
-Strong research and analysis skills
-English proficiency is required
-Hebrew beneficial but not required
-Previous experience with MS Office preferred

The Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS) in the Ministry of Economy is charged with execution of government policy for support of industrial R&D. The goal of the OCS is to assist in the development of technology in Israel as a means of fostering economic growth, encouraging technological innovation and entrepreneurship, leveraging Israel’s scientific potential and enhancing the knowledge base of industry in Israel.

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.

Also posted in Business & Finance, Government and Public Service, Tel Aviv | Comments closed
International Affairs Assistant, Department of Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) – Ministry of Environmental Protection - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="israel ministry of environmental protection"The International Affairs Assistant will work closely with the Unit Director to promote Israel’s involvement in international environmental agreements.

Depending on the abilities and interests of the Fellow, the position may include:
-Organizing inter-ministerial consultations
-Reviewing and analyzing the extensive documentation produced by the Secretariat of the Convention, as well as assisting in identifying specific Israeli interests and seeking materials on the topic
-Drafting interventions and speeches and preparing materials for delegations
-Work closely with and be directly mentored by the Head of the Department.

Qualifications:
-Fluent in English
-Excellent writing skills
-Academic knowledge of and interest in International Relations, Environmental Studies, and/or International Law
-Commitment to the incorporation of best international environmental practices in Israel

The MEA is charged with promoting the accession to and participation of Israel in International Environmental Conventions, Protocols and Agreements together with relevant professional staff of the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MoEP) and other governmental and non governmental bodies in Israel and works in close cooperation with the Department of International Relations in the MoEP.

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.

Also posted in Environment / Clean-tech, Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Assistant to the Legal Advisor for International Affairs, Legal Advisor’s Office – Ministry of Economy - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="israel ministry of economy"The Assistant to the Legal Advisor for International Affairs at the Ministry of Economy, will work on international trade related issues.

The Assistant’s will be repsonsible for a braod range of activities, including:
-Research
-Writing briefs
-Participating in meetings and negotiating sessions with representatives of other countries
-Taking an active role in preparations for negotiating sessions with representatives of foreign countries
-Assisting in matters relating to international trade negotiations currently being held between Israel and several different trading partners
-Carrying out extensive comparative studies

Qualifications:
-High proficiency in English
-Strong research skills
-Legal background or experience in paralegal work extremely beneficial
-Interest in international negotiations and trade
-Background in Economics, International Relations or other related fields is beneficial

The Department serves as the legal advisor to the various departments of the Ministry. The Ministry’s activities cover a wide range of subjects including industry, trade and labor issues. The fellow will be working mostly on issues related to foreign trade, including international trade agreements.

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.

Also posted in Business & Finance, Government and Public Service, Jerusalem, Law | Comments closed
Information Analyst and Content Writer, Information Services Unit – Policy and Strategic Planning Department, Ministry of Public Security - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

alt="Israel Ministry of Public Security"

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.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Marketing Assistant, Geographical Desk – Overseas Marketing Department, Ministry of Tourism - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

Israel Ministry of Tourism Internship through Masa Israel Journey

The Israeli Ministry of Tourism seeks a Marketing Assistant to assist the Overseas Marketing Department’s Americas, Europe, Asia, or rest of the world (ROW) Geographical Desk.

Once assigned to a Desk, the Marketing Assistant will be responsible for:
-Research and analysis of the region’s various markets (marketing, economic, consumer behavior data, media outlets and sources, business opportunities etc.)
-Preparing documents and agreements for various committees and departments within the ministry
-Meeting with tour operators from Israel and abroad, as well as media companies (Google, advertising agencies, media purchasing companies)
-Assisting with preparations for delegations of journalists, thought leaders, trade-professionals, as well as meeting with said delegations

Depending on his or her interests and qualifications, the Fellow may have the opportunity to pursue an independent, long-term project.

Qualifications:
-Background in Marketing, Economics, Communications, Public Relations, or Tourism
-Familiarity of business processes
-Interested in culture, history, religion,lifestyle, wellness
-Proficiency in English and at least one of the following: Russian, French, Italian, German, Spanish
-Proficiency in Microsoft Office
-Strong inter-personal skills
-Able to work independently

The Department is part of the Marketing Administration and is in charge of the marketing activities of the state of Israel around the world. The department oversees the activities of 19 offices around the world, and manages many activities directly from Jerusalem.

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.

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem, Marketing Advertising or PR | Comments closed
International Welfare and Human Rights Fellowship, Department of International Relations – Ministry of Social Affairs and Services - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

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The International Welfare and Human Rights Fellow will work with the Director of the Department of International Relations on a variety of projects.

International Social Services:
-Coordinate international social service cases by the Inter-Country Social Worker regarding cases of child welfare, custody, adoption, foster care, guardianship, abuse, abduction, missing children, etc.
-Formulate and establish contact with international offices and embassies in Israel and abroad that may be able to assist in resolving these cases

Humanitarian Aid Organizations:
-Conduct an annual review of international, non-governmental humanitarian aid organizations working in the Palestinian Authority and Israel registered with the department
-Evaluate profile and agenda of organizations before and after registration with the department
-Accompany department director to meetings that are relevant to the annual review

UN Reports:
-Researching and writing the Ministry’s responses to UN conventions and committee questionnaires
-Coordinate with the International Relations Departments in the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as necessary

EU Programs Requests:
-Help department directors to write and formulate requests to the EU

Additional responsibilities:
-Prepare reports for foreign official visits, Parliament inquiries, etc.
-Record and report the Ministry’s work with partner organizations (EU, UN, foreign social affairs ministries and NGOs)
-Research best governmental practices in the world, to be applied within the Ministry of Social Affairs
-Collaborate with the spokesperson of the Ministry, as needed

Qualifications:
-Interest in international organizations, child welfare, human rights, law, public administration
-The ideal candidate is creative and takes initiative

The Department of International Affairs is responsible for all international relations, bilateral agreements, work with international organizations (EU, UN), cooperation with international foundations and the importing and exporting of knowledge regarding social services. The department is also the Israel Correspondent to the International Social Service Organization (“ISS”).

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct our 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.

 

Also posted in Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed
Research and Support Officer, MASHAV: Israel’s National Agency for Cooperation – Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Provided by Israel Government Fellows  

Mashav

The Research and Support Officer at MASHAV, a division of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will conduct research and analysis of the latest developments, publications and current trends in international development policy, discourse and practice.

The research will focus on the follow issues:
-Climate change
-Financing for development
-Aid effectiveness
-Food crisis and agricultural technology
-Education
-Effects of the financial crisis
-Sustainable development
-Capacity building

The intern will assist the Director of Evaluation with the following tasks:
-Preparing Terms of Reference (TOR) for evaluations
-Drafting and preparing briefings for specific meetings or visits overseas
-Participating in official meetings.

MASHAV is responsible for designing, implementing, and monitoring Israel’s international development assistance programs. Programs are implemented in Israel as well as throughout the developing world.

Please note: Israel Government Fellows does not conduct the 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.

Also posted in Bio-tech & medical, Environment / Clean-tech, Government and Public Service, Jerusalem | Comments closed

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