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The Medical Clinic Intern will work directly with patients from the Sudanese and Eritrean refugee community in south Tel Aviv, guiding them through the reception process and medical treatment.
The intern’s tasks will include:
-Working in the reception area of the clinic
-Directing patients to the proper station
-Managing the appointments in the clinic
-Developing a public health-related project (optional)
Medically trained and certified interns will have the opportunity to treat patients.
-Background in Medicine or Public Health
-Ability to work under pressure
-Interest in working with the refugee community
-Independent, initiator, outgoing
The Ministry of Health Refugee Clinic was founded in 2008 and provides free or heavily subsidized medical services to refugees and migrant workers who are not covered by the National Health Care system. The clinic’s activity is almost entirely volunteer based, with volunteer doctors, nurses, students and laypeople.
The Clean Energy Development Intern will work on a variety of projects to set the framework for Energiya Global’s work in building solar power plants in the developing world.
These projects will include:
-International law research
-Public policy work
Energiya Global develops affordable solar projects worldwide, with the goal of providing clean electricity for 50 million people by 2020. Our vision is for a world in which developing nations will be powered predominantly by clean, safe, renewable energy.
Clean energy will not be a luxury that only wealthy nations can afford, but will be the energy of choice for lifting people in developing countries out of poverty. Energiya Global mobilizes the ingenuity and the values of Israel and the Jewish People to reduce the world’s dependence on fossil fuels and empower people globally.
Max Security Solutions seeks an Intelligence Analyst to work alongside its Intelligence Division’s veteran risk consultants and intelligence analysts.
The intern will gain valuable exposure to the inner workings of a private consulting as well as experience in:
-Gathering relevant information by utilizing multiple sources
-Monitoring security-related events taking place in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia
-Providing research and analysis for in-depth reports
-Authoring and submitting analysis articles for major media publications
-Assisting in product development and marketing
-Learning about the integration of on-ground operations and intelligence
-Journalism: Sharing information, writing op eds, or providing commentary
Standout interns who excel and meet our qualifications may become eligible for future employment (no guarantees).
The desired intern must be energized and motivated – able to multitask while working under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
All applicants must meet the following requirements:
-Graduate and/or undergraduate student in the fields of political science, security studies, or similar area studies
-High level English proficiency required
-Arabic, Farsi, Amharic, French and other languages advantageous
-Ability to provide three 8-hour work shifts per week in Tel-Aviv for 2-3 months (280 hours)
MAX Security provides comprehensive security and risk management solutions for the business, governmental, and private sectors.
Our goal is to enable business continuity in the world’s most volatile operating environments through proactive, client-tailored security measures. MAX is headed by security professionals with diverse leadership backgrounds in the security industry, including government agencies, military Special Forces and the private sector. Our personnel have extensive international operational experience in a variety of environments, supporting clients from diverse industries. This allows for rapid adaptation and modification of specific solutions to different environments.
We pride ourselves on our client-oriented and direct approach to risk management, maintaining personal working relationships with each of our clients to ensure unparalleled service.
The Public Relations Intern will have the opportunity to work in one of the most unique archaeological museums in the world.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Launching and maintaining a social media efforts to publicize the museum
-Developing public relations and marketing strategies to attract more international and local visitors
-Designing pamphlets and brochures
-Knowledge of Photoshop, graphic design, and preparation of material for print and online publication
-Interest and/or background in archaeology, Jewish heritage, cultural heritage, Jewish studies
-Knowledge in social media and marketing strategy
-Personal laptop is preferred
A museum underneath a house in the Old City of Jerusalem, The Siebenberg House exhibits all of their findings and rare artifacts. Excavations have revealed remains of ancient dwellings reaching back 3,000 years to the days of King Solomon and the First Temple, Second Temple, and Byzantine periods.
As an Activities Instructor, you will be responsible for teaching classes, running rehabilitation programs, encouraging activities with families, and providing an environment in which students can achieve and strengthen their abilities while providing them with skills to help with their integration into the community and society. Opportunities may also be available in fundraising and public relations.
Etgarim was founded in 1995 with the purpose of bringing outdoor athletic activities to people with special needs. Our goal is to help disabled children and adults to rehabilitate themselves physically, mentally and socially, through challenging sports and outdoor activities.
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
-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.
The Acquisition Analyst will research potential companies for acquisition, gather competitive intelligence for portfolio companies, and give presentations to executives concerning strategic opportunities. Additionally, s/hewill spend time with start-up companies, developing and implementing improvement strategies. The intern will also sit with the analysts and review companies seeking investments.
Requirements: Students must have an educational background in finance or economics with a GPA of 3.8 or higher, and a strong work ethic. Previous finance experience is necessary.
An international venture capital firm, JVP specializes in investments in startup companies. They currently run investments of over 900 million dollars in eight funds, and specialize in investments in media, internet, mobile, communications, advertising and gaming technologies, enterprise software and semiconductors.
The Project Coordinator will assist the work of the UJA-Federation of New York Israel office in Jerusalem and will be managed by SHITUF Project Director. He/ she will also be an integral part of the Israel office and will assist in office-wide tasks as well as appropriate.
-Support the planning and assist the organizing of major retreats. These retreats will be high level, high visibility and impact gatherings which celebrate the brand, role and vision for Israel of UJA-Federation of New York
-Coordinate the logistics of the applications and admissions process, including coordination with relevant pools of potential applicants (returing shlichim, B’nei makom and so on)
-Support work of project director and whoever relevant in branding and marketing of Change makers, including publicity on participants recipients
-Support the project director in documenting meetings, planning sessions etc.
-Fluent Hebrew and English
-Good working knowledge of Israeli society and/ or the NGO community in Israel. Familiarity with US NGOs also an advantage
-Experience of organizing retreats/ events
-Experience in marketing and branding
-Proficiency in computer skills; online network experience a plus
-Organized and high attention to detail
-Proficient in logistics
-Must have an academic degree. Master’s degree – an advantage
UJA-Federation of New York will is launching a flagship initiative in Israel called SHITUF Changemakers. The initiative is a collaboration of all planning commissions of UJA-Federation of New York with the purpose of advancing Israeli society.
For more than 90 years, UJA-Federation has been a central force for communal planning and philanthropy in the New York Jewish community. Through UJA-Federation, more than 55,000 donors pool their resources to help people in need, inspire a passion for Jewish life and learning, and strengthen Jewish communities around the world — to address the issues that matter to us most as Jews and as New Yorkers. Working with nearly 100 network beneficiary agencies, synagogues, and other Jewish organizations, our reach spans from New York to Israel to more than 70 other countries around the world, touching 4.5 million people each year. Because we do the most good when we do it together.
The Business and Data Analyst will mainly focus on research as well as the creation of business plans and market surveys. The intern will have a chance to work closely with senior staff, as his or her work will be used to support key business decisions. This role is a unique opportunity to gain a broad view of the research and investment business, while still exploring the detailed approach of forecast preparation.
The intern’s tasks will include:
-Gathering and organizing information, collecting data, and analyzing and producing research reports that summarize findings
-Creating spreadsheets,charts and graphs to illustrate reports, using Microsoft Office
-Interpreting collected data in drafting presentations
-Producing marketing materials including presentations, executive summaries and etc]
-Team player who thrives in a collaborative atmosphere
-Strong analytical skills
• Basic accounting knowledge (ie, revenue, cost, standard margin, gross margin, per unit metrics and analysis)
• Experience in many facets of cost of goods sold, overhead cost and other spending analysis is preferred
• Previous financial modeling experience a plus
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
For the last 3 decades, LR Group has enabled communities to unleash their great potential and make the most out of their land, natural resources and skills.
LR Group has an unequalled record of success in some of the largest sustainability projects. Our expert teams have provided integrated creative solutions and multi-disciplinary capabilities in more than 20 countries worldwide in the fields of rural development, agriculture, water management, renewable energy, telecommunications, hospitals and clinics, and education.
We are looking for a strong Software Engineer to join a leading tool development team in IBM. The team develops and supports a test generator tool used in the verification of processors during their design phase. This technology is at the backbone of IBM’s processors development effort, including embedded processors, servers and super computers. As the complexity of processors grow, new technological developments and innovations are required.
The position requires the ability to understand, design and develop complex C++ software.
– B.Sc in computer science or computer engineering
-Experience in large software project, preferably in C++, is an advantage.
-Ability to work within a team and with customer
-Grade sheet must be supplied
IBM has operated in Israel since 1949 and was one of the first multinational corporations to establish offices in the country. Since that time, IBM has offered Israeli companies of all sizes from a variety of industries a wide range of business and technological solutions focusing on generating higher value for our clients and driving innovation.
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