Where: The Liverpool Project
Contact: Charlotte Neary-Bremer
expenses only - flat rate £10/day
The Liverpool Project is looking for an enthusiastic and committed intern to join us over the summer. Are you driven by a social purpose, ambitious and entrepreneurial? If so we want to work with you!
The Liverpool Project is a group of over seventy volunteers who are all junior doctors or doctors in training. We teach young offenders the immediate medical management of stab and gun shot wounds. By giving young offenders skills and confidence in pre-hospital care as well as facilitating a change in attitude towards violence, we hope to reduce deaths and injuries from violence.
• Contributing to the strategic direction of The Liverpool Project
• Developing systems, policies and procedures.
• Contributing to designing and piloting methods of measuring our impact.
• Investigating the best way to communicate within the volunteer community and developing our social media channels.
• Investigating and applying for funding grants.
• Chance to be part of an early start up – influencing an organisation at an exciting time of change.
• We are already up and running. You can gain hands on experience with a project which is already working with beneficiaries.
• Space to flex your creative and entrepreneurial muscles.
• An opportunity to build your professional network in the fields of social innovation, health care and youth justice.
• Excellent analytical and communication skills;
• Proven 'self-starter' qualities and comfortable working independently;
• Passion about solving social issues; and
• An interest in working with young people.
• Hours; we ask for a commitment of two days per week.
• Duration; Three months. Ideally July – September, with some flexibility.
• Location; based in London for one day a week and working remotely for one day a week.
• Remuneration; This is an unpaid position but we cover lunch and travel expenses at a flat rate of £10 per day.
To apply to become a Liverpool Project intern email us with a CV and a brief covering email explaining why you are interested in the position and what assets you would bring to the role. By 5pm on Friday 22nd June.
Successful applicants will be invited to have a two way conversation with The Liverpool Project Director on Thursday 28th June.
Any questions? Just drop us a line.