[Closed] Breast Cancer Care, unpaid Research & Evaluation Intern, £0, closed 2 Jan 2014

The ScicommJobs policy for unpaid internships is not to promote them but since there’s gold in them thar job descriptions I am happy to publish them once they’ve closed. I have mixed feelings about this one as it’s ‘only’ for 3 days a week which does give someone the possibility of finding work for the other 2, 3 or 4 (eek!) days, depending on their circumstances but I’m generally not very in favour of unpaid internships that take up more than half of anyone’s reasonable salaried time. Your views may differ of course.

Hopefully I’ve set this post up correctly so that it should publish on 8 Jan 2014. Embarrassment if not 😉

Breast Cancer Care
Research & Evaluation Intern
http://www.breastcancercare.org.uk/about-us/jobs/research-evaluation-intern-0
Job description: research_and_evaluation_intern_nov_2013_jd

  • 3 month internship
  • Based in London
  • Ideally 21 hours (3 days) per week
  • Unpaid
  • Travel expenses reimbursed up to London Zone 6

This is a small dynamic team who provide the evidence base to underpin the work of Breast Cancer Care.  We work with service users, volunteers and experts in the field to develop a portfolio of research studies and evaluation work that informs our current service provision and future direction of service delivery.

We are looking for somebody who has a keen interest in developing their knowledge and experience in research and evaluation within the charity sector. The main focus of this post will be to assist different members of the team with research and evaluation project admin duties and basic analyses of both quantitative and qualitative data. This work will help to inform future planning of services for people affected by breast cancer.

Closing date:             Thursday 2 January 2014, 9am.
Interview date:         Tuesday 7th January 2014

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