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QLight Nanotech seeks an Engineering Intern to work on an ongoing R&D project.
-Background in engineering, chemistry or physics required
-Previous lab experience preferred
QLight Nanotech boasts a world-class technology team that brings its award-winning expertise, experience and innovation in nanoscience and nanotechnology to the fields of general lighting, displays and more. The company is driven by scientific heavyweights such as Professor Uri Banin from the Institute of Chemistry and the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and other eminent scientists specializing in nanotechnology, electro optics and material sciences.
AHAVA seeks a Marketing Associate to assist its Global Product Managers in product launch campaigns.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Campaign coordination with R&D, sales, finance, countries and agencies
-Campaign and product launch efficacy evaluation
-Develop creative sampling ideas
-Degree in Business, Marketing, or related field
-MBA a plus
AHAVA Dead Sea Laboratories was founded to study the powerful, rejuvenating minerals found in the Dead Sea. Since then AHAVA has grown to become the definitive Dead Sea mineral beauty expert.
Co-Pro: The Israel Documentary Screen Market seeks an International and Public Relations Coordinator to assist the organization in networking, fundraising and marketing activities.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Researching potential contacts in the global Jewish community
-Developing an outreach strategy for Jewish communal contacts abroad
-Maintaining relationships with organizations and contacts from abroad
-Assisting in fundraising activities such as letter and grant writing
-Writing newsletters and press releases
-Website, social media, and data content development and maintenance
-Previous experience in administrative work, marketing, PR, development
-Familiarity with social media network
CoPro – The Documentary Marketing Foundation – has been promoting the marketing of Israeli documentary films outside of Israel for 15 years. CoPro promotes documentary creativity in Israel by bringing in investors from outside of Israel. The guests are leading television commissioning editors from the most prestigious channels in the world, network executives, international film fund managers, directors of film festivals, leading global producers and distributors of documentary films from all over the world. CoPro, a not-for-profit organization functioning as a foundation, is the first and only organization doing this kind of work in Israel.
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
-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.
By joining our legal team, you will become part of one of Israel’s leading corporate law firms. You will be able to choose one of our many global teams, such as corporate finance (focusing on foreign capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, and banking and finance), energy, and high-tech and startup companies, and become an integral part thereof. During your time with us, you will engage in stimulating and intellectually challenging legal tasks and will be able to interact with our diverse clientele. We see our interns as an inseparable part of the team and look to involve them in our many operations. On the intern’s part, we offer a wonderful learning opportunity, with great potential do develop and to grow.
We seek bright, ambitious, well-rounded candidates, with strong academics and a willingness to work hard. Knowledge of the Hebrew language is an advantage but is not mandatory.
Successful applicants will be reimbursed for their airfare and will also be given a prepaid restaurant card, which can be used at many of Tel-Aviv’s restaurants and cafés.
Founded in 1938, Gornitzky & Co. has been involved in many of the largest and most complex transactions in the Israeli market and has played a key role in the development of Israel’s economy and legal practice. Gornitzky & Co. is consistently rated by leading international legal guides as one of Israel’s leading law firms in multiple areas of law and is well-known for its extensive experience in all areas of commercial law.
Freightos seeks a tech-savvy Business and Trade Intern.
The intern’s exact responsibilities will depend on his or her skills and experience. Possible tasks include:
-Data engineering and analytics
-Mapping areas of exports and imports per country
Freightos is a venture-backed logistics technology company that is automating online freight sales. Freightos technology helps freight forwarders manage their rates and automate their routing and pricing, both internally and on their web sites. This replaces out-dated Excel and PDF management techniques that lead to incredibly slow price quotes (a recent survey showed that the global leaders take almost one week to quote) and inaccuracies.
Shippers and forwarders can leverage Freightos for instant, online quoting, introducing visibility and efficiency into the freight shipping process. Shippers can generate and book instant, door-to-door quotes directly online, using their own internal negotiated rates or rates shared by forwarders online.
Freightos is built on the Google Cloud and utilizes a Big Data approach to analyzing freight sales and pricing trends.
Maccabi Tel Aviv Basketball Club seeks a Strength and Conditioning Coach to train the club’s Euroleague professional team, Maccabi Electra, as well as its veteran’s and youth leagues.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Strength and conditioning training for above-mentioned teams
-Coaching a youth basketball team
-Certification in strength and conditioning
Maccabi Tel Aviv B.C. (Hebrew: מ.כ. מכבי אלקטרה תל-אביב), currently known as Maccabi Electra for sponsorship reasons is a professional basketball club based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The team plays in the Israeli Premier League and internationally in the Euroleague. Maccabi is the reigning Euroleague champion.
The club started in the mid-1930s, as part of the Maccabi Tel Aviv Sports Club, which had been founded in 1906.
With six European Championships, one Adriatic Championship, 51 Israeli Championships, 41 Israeli Cups, and five League Cups, Maccabi has been the most successful basketball team in Israel. It is also one of the most successful teams of the European basketball in all times.
HP seeks a Software Engineer to assist in various programming projects.
-Java Script required
HP Israel fosters interactions with HP’s large R&D community in Israel, as well as the research institutions and high-tech companies in the region.
Established in 1994, HP Israel is an excellence center in Big Data, machine learning, data mining, and imaging.
We aim to advance the state of the art in science and technology and to bridge technology gaps for HP businesses and customers.
Haaretz seeks a Writer to moderate its Talkbacks section. The intern will also assist in researching and editing and have opportunities to work on his or her own stories.
For those seeking a career in journalism, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to gain experience and see your by-line in one of the most respected newspapers in the world.
-Completion of a writing assignment to be reviewed and approved by Haaretz staff members
Haaretz is Israel’s leading daily newspaper and the oldest daily in Hebrew. It is generally considered one of the most respected newspapers in the world. Currently led by editor-in-chief Aluf Benn and publisher Amos Schocken, Haaretz has more than 2,000 employees on its payroll, among them 600 in the editorial department. Haaretz has more reporters per readership than any newspaper in the world, producing a first class news daily in broadsheet format.
RSA, The Security Division of EMC, is the premier provider of security, risk and compliance management solutions for business acceleration. We help the world’s leading organizations (including 90 percent of the Fortune 500) succeed by solving their most complex and sensitive security challenges. These challenges include managing organizational risk, safeguarding mobile access and collaboration, providing compliance and securing virtual and cloud environments.
The automation engineer will work with the quality engineering group to improve automation project infrastructure. The intern will be in charge of expanding and improving the automation framework that is being used to test RSA security product. As part of her/his assignment, the participant will be required to ramp up on the existing automation framework, testing approach and acquire basic understanding of the product.
-At least 2 years of JAVA coding experience
-Ability to learn fast and to implement new knowledge immediately
-Fluent in English
EMC Corporation is the world’s leading information infrastructure company, and spearheads technological innovation in the areas of storage, security, virtualization, management, recovery, computational infrastructure and Big Data. The company is ranked as the sixth largest software company in the world, and the seventh largest IT company in terms of market value. As of 2013, EMC employs over 55,000 people who work in 83 locations worldwide; in 2012, company’s annual revenues were USD $21.7 billion.
EMC is active in Israel since 1999. In 2006, following several Israeli acquisitions, EMC established the EMC Development Center, which joined the existing Sales and Services Organization, in Petach Tikva. In 2011, this Center became the EMC Israel Center of Excellence (COE), headquartered in Herzliya, and managed by Dr. Orna Berry, Corporate Vice President, former chief Scientist of Israel. Several months later, the COE opened a strategic R&D branch in Be’er Sheva, and became the first multinational company in Israel with presence in the Negev, and in the past year opened yet another center in the northern city of Haifa. Over the last few years, the CoE has registered over 200 patents in Israel.
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