The Media Section at the UN Human Rights Office in Geneva seeks an intern with excellent research skills, a good understanding of global media and fluency in English. The ideal candidate would be able to work independently, with minimal supervision, in compiling daily press clippings relevant to the Office's work; in monitoring the media to study the impact that our press products have; and in undertaking other tasks, including research, as assigned by the Media Officers and Spokesperson. Knowledge of human rights would be a plus and some knowledge of French is desirable.
Useful for students wanting to build their specialist or general knowledge:
A new organisation has been set up to help the media develop its understanding of religion.
If you are taking this exam on Monday 4th June, now is the time to get some practice in news-writing and to refresh your memory of the IPSO ethics code, social media and analytics. You have been set some papers on Cirrus to practice on: https://nctj.cirrusplatform.com. One times out on Wednesday night and the other will be accessible until Monday.
Attention first years. We'll be holding a revision session for Convergent Journalism 1 (JN303) on Tuesday 29 May at 11.30am in the main newsroom.
The Royal Engineers are seeking a social media assistant with many of the skills we teach here in the CfJ. The work is based a Brompton Barracks. A full job description appears in the document below. All applications should be sent to Major Sean Scullion, Chief of Staff, Regimental Hedquarters Royal Engineers, Brompton Barracks: Sean.Scullion788@mod.gov.uk . Applications should include a CV and a covering letter.