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Remote Paid Internship at UNICEF: IGNITE Implementation Support (26 weeks, remote)

Remote Paid Internship at UNICEF: IGNITE Implementation Support (26 weeks, remote)


Support UNICEF’s day-to-day work by providing assistance and support to any of the initiatives launched for the new cultural framework (organizing events, workshops, resources, webinars, curating content)


Remote Paid Internship at UNICEF: IGNITE Implementation Support (26 weeks, remote)

  • Job no: 565191
  • Contract type: Internship
  • Duty Station: Geneva
  • Level: Internship
  • Location: Switzerland
  • Categories: Communication, Partnerships, Fund Raising
  • Modality: Paid – Full time
  • Tentative start date: 11 September 2023
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Reporting: The intern will be based remotely and will report to the Talent and Knowledge Management Specialist

UNICEF is looking for an Intern to support the Individual Giving team, Division of Private Fundraising and Partnerships (PFP) in Geneva, a highly committed and performance-driven team responsible for overseeing a fundraising program that delivers over one billion dollars of income every year.   

The ideal candidate will be someone who thrives in an independent work environment, takes initiative, and is driven to bring innovative ideas and projects forward. If you are self-motivated, excel at working independently, and have a passion for driving progress, UNICEF encourages you to apply.

This internship is an opportunity to take UNICEF’s fundraising to the next level. Join this exciting opportunity to help save and nurture children’s lives!

How can you make a difference? 

Individual Giving has just launched a new and ambitions strategic approach, IGNITE, a brand that represents the Global Individual Giving Community and that will deep dive into how Learning Agility is incorporated as a framework in the current IG transformational journey to Agile.

UNICEF builds on the great opportunity that bringing Knowledge Management and Capacity Building to the next level presents, and how adding the Learning Agility approach to bring better results and more effectively operationalize the IG strategy.

UNICEF needs your support to deploy the 4 agile programs it has drafted for IGNITE and that apply to Learning, Community, Talent and Productivity. UNICEF need your help delivering the below tasks:

· Support UNICEF’s day-to-day work by providing assistance and support to any of the initiatives launched for the new cultural framework (organizing events, workshops, resources, webinars, curating content)

· Compiling data and insights for reporting around IGNITE performance

· Keep UNICEF’s platforms relevant and updated under the guidance of the program lead (Resource Centres, Sites, etc)

· Support Community Management of UNICEF Communities of Practice, when needed.

· Reviewing UNICEF’s current e-learning offer in Agora, our internal training platform.

Updating contents in Agora when needed, getting the required support from team members.

· Completing the admin requirements of our education monthly newsletter

· Support UNICEF’s Email Marketing expert build emails or design community experiences

· Other tasks that will be drafted as the work move forward with our strategy

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have:

· Be enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or Ph.D. degree programme or have graduated within the past two years, in Marketing, Fundraising, Communication, Political Sciences or related field.

· Applicants must be at least 18 years old.

· Be resourceful in overcoming obstacles, taking the initiative to explore new ideas, and proactively identifying areas for growth and improvement.

· Be naturally proactive and take ownership of your work, being able to set goals and develop action plans

· Be comfortable working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.

· Have a strong focus on achieving results

· Be interested in the social sector and UNICEF mission

· Developing country work experience or volunteering is considered an asset.

· Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another UN language considered as an asset.

· Have excellent academic performance as demonstrated by recent university or institution records.

· Have no immediate relatives (e.g. father, mother, brother, sister) working in any UNICEF office; and have no other relatives in the line of authority that the intern will report to

DEADLINE: 03 Sep 2023 W. Europe Daylight Time


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