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Paid Internship


Employer Engagement & Communications Internship with Moving on Up

Salary: London living wage, currently £9.75 p/h 
Duration:  28 hours (four days) a week for six months
Do you have an interest in recruitment, diversity, communications and social media?
Moving on Up (MoU) is a collaborative initiative between Trust for London, the City of London Corporation’s charity, City Bridge Trust, and the Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG). The initiative aims to increase the employment rates of young black men in London over the next two years (2015-17) by funding work that will improve the support offered to them and increase their pathways into employment.

The Project is now seeking to engage an Employer Engagement and Communications Intern will help with the following tasks:

  • Identifying and contacting employers to encourage their participation in the initiative and sharing of good recruitment practice;

  • Working with Trust for London Communications team on new social media messages to employers;

  • Helping to identify new resources for MoU websites and social media platforms such as LinkedIn to reach and engage employers.

This role would best suit someone who is studying for or has a qualification in HR, communications or similar subjects. We are seeking an individual with a ‘can do’ and enthusiastic attitude.     

Click here for an application pack, including a fuller description of the role

This position is being readvertised. Previous applicants for this post should  not apply,

Applications must arrive by 5pm Friday 17 March 2017.
Interviews will be held on 29 March 2017.


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