Political Intern

Embaixada dos Estados Unidos da América

The U.S. Embassy Maputo is recruiting a Political Intern, to be based in Maputo, Mozambique.
  • The U.S. Embassy Maputo is recruiting one Political Intern
  • All qualified Mozambican students who meet the education requirements below
  • Work Hours: Part-time; 20 hours/week
  • Salary: Unpaid Internship
  • Length Of Hire: February 5, 2024 – August 5, 2024 (6 months)
  • As a member of the Political-Economic section, the Political Intern will deepen the U.S. government’s understanding of political topics in Mozambique, such as human rights, marginalized communities, religion, elections, political parties, and other political developments, and contribute to a strong U.S.-Mozambique bilateral relationship. The Political Intern will conduct research, monitor current events, provide analysis and context, assist with writing and notetaking, and participate in meetings with contacts from civil society, international organizations, and government. The Political Intern will sharpen analytical and writing skills, collaborate professionally in English and Portuguese with diverse teams, and gain foreign policy experience
  • Researching and monitoring political topics using a variety of sources, including media reports, academic papers, and/or reports published by civil society organizations
  • Preparing short written summaries or oral briefings on focus topics; conducting in-depth research, compiling statistics, and providing political analysis on key projects to be developed in consultation with supervisor and Pol-Econ team
  • Attending meetings or briefings with the Pol-Econ team and other contacts and supporting outreach to new contacts
  • Tracking news and information related to annual reports on political topics
  • Supporting other Pol-Econ events and projects as required
  • Language: Portuguese (4/4 or higher) and English (3/3 or higher). (This will be tested)
  • General computer skills – familiarity with Microsoft Office suite, ability to conduct research online
  • Education: Pursuing bachelor’s or master’s degree in Political Science, International Relations, Public Policy, or a related field of study, with at least one year of a bachelor’s degree completed
  • Experience: Academic or professional work related to human rights, politics, marginalized groups, or related topics, and experience living or working outside of Maputo are useful but not required
  • Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted
  • Only applications written in English will be received and considered
  • Please note that U.S Embassy in Maputo, Mozambique (and all U.S. Government agencies and Departments) NEVER requires payment of any money in connection with a job application
How to Apply
1. Documentation
2. Application
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