Fall 2017 Intern, Paris Office

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)
  • Location
    Paris, France
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
  • Posted
    Feb 14

Position description

The Paris Office of GMF seeks an energetic, detail-oriented intern to work with the Director and the Paris office team on programming, schedule, outreach and contact with partners, communications, research and events organization. In addition, s/he will work on all Paris related aspects of the GMF programs and Marshall Memorial Fellowship program (MMF), GMF premier Fellowship for emerging leaders from the United States and Europe.

Remuneration: €550/month

Location: Paris Office, 91 rue de Rennes, 75006 Paris 

Key Areas of Responsibility:
-Daily administrative work;
-Outreach and contact with partners, follow-up with invitations, and contact lists for events and seminars organized in Paris and other GMF offices;
-Maintain database, think tanks watch and update of events, conference and seminars in Paris, Europe and the United States and Paris contact lists;
-Assist with the communication and advertising of GMF's and the Paris office's activities;
-Assist in organizing seminars, participants lists and conferences, publications coordination;
-Assist with the designing and implementing events and projects related to the GMF and Marshall Memorial Fellowship programs;
-Translate work from French to English and from English to French;
-Conduct research work on a variety of topics;
-Prepare and produce supporting material and documents for presentations and meetings as required;
-Assist with travel, accommodation arrangements and programming of meetings for staff, U.S. delegations and guests visiting the Paris office;
-Other duties as assigned.

-Master in International Relations/European Affairs/Political Science
-Working fluency in French and English required.
-Knowledge of European and American cultures, domestic and foreign policies and transatlantic relations;
-An ability to work in an intercultural team environment.
-Have excellent communication and writing skills in both French and English.
-Be creative, entrepreneurial as well as organized and responsible.
-Have excellent organizational skills and the ability to work well under pressure.
-Be comfortable working independently and as part of a team.
-Have experience in project management, program planning and fellowship programming.
-Possess a background/interest in foreign policy, diplomacy, transatlantic relations.

Internship format: 5-month Master full time internship or post-Master Internship agreement required

Starting date: end August 2017 / early September 2017

Application instructions

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