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Stage en recherche sur l’immigration - The Conference Board of Canada

Date limite : 7 mai 2018

Research Intern, Immigration

The Conference Board’s Immigration group is seeking a
Research Intern, Immigration to join its team. The successful candidate will be a skilled researcher with a demonstrated interest in public policy and keen on developing their skills in a practical work environment.

Reporting to the Senior Research Associate, Immigration, the Research Intern will bring exceptional writing and quantitative analysis skills, intellectual curiosity and passion and commitment to a culture that values high quality, creativity and thought leadership. The successful candidate will be part of a professional research and convening team and will undertake integrated, non-partisan, applied research for public policy and private sector decision-makers. This is a paid summer internship position for a full-time university graduate student who intends to return to school on a full-time basis in autumn 2018.

Principal Duties

Conduct qualitative and quantitative research and help write reports on immigration
Support content development, stakeholder relations, and sponsorship outreach for immigration events
 Identify knowledge gaps to suggest ideas for new research reports
 Help build the immigration team’s stakeholder network
 Support applications for research funding
 Write blog posts
 Help organize immigration webinars
 Contribute to the management of immigration social media channels
Skills and Qualifications
Currently enrolled as a full-time student in a university graduate program and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year
 Strong qualitative and quantitative research skills
 Excellent communication, writing, and interpersonal skills
 Demonstrated passion about public policy
 Ability to multi-task and complete responsibilities efficiently and to a high standard
Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred
Available to work for 35 hours per week. This position is available beginning in May 2018 and will conclude by September 1, 2018.

Please send your cover letters and resumes to the following email by Monday May 7, 2018 :