How to apply
*The deadline has been extended to Monday 23rd July* Please send your CV to [email protected] along with: - A cover letter (no more than one page) explaining why you're the right candidate; - A brief outline (no more than one page) of the best example you've seen of a global campaign that engages people in sustainability and why you think it's the best.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We're seeking a part-time intern (3 days) to join our small team in central London. It will be a three month internship, with potential to be extended beyond this initial period. The intern will get a broad range of experience working across the organisation, and we’re particularly interested in candidates with design & communications skills.
Reboot the Future is a new charity. Our landmark book, Imaginal Cells, offers a collection of essays from some the world’s greatest thought leaders, exploring the idea that a compassionate approach to business, the economy, and the environment can have a transformational impact on our future. This includes Al Gore, Desmond Tutu, William McDonough, Paul Polman, Muhammad Yunus, and Mo Ibrahim. The theme underpinning all of the essays is the Golden Rule - the simple universal principle to treat others and the planet as you wish to be treated.
Following the success of the book, we are now looking to grow the work of the Foundation. Motivated by the inspiration, leadership and commitment of the authors, we want to a build a global movement of businesses and people, committed to taking up the Golden Rule, in a way that is meaningful to them.
For more information see @futurereboot
The internship will offer a wide range of experience, working in a very young start-up, where you could play an instrumental role in shaping the future of the organisation.
We're seeking a highly enthusiastic and creative person, who has a genuine interest in sustainability and who wants to help us build a global movement.
We're looking for somebody with excellent relationship and communications skills, who thrives on challenges and problem-solving, who has an active interest in global development and campaigns, and who is able to work confidently under their own initiative.
Specific duties for the internship will include:
Identifying new opportunities to grow Reboot the Future’s brand including media opportunities, events and awards.
Designing external communications (experience of design programmes would be an advantage). This includes (but is not limited to) proposals, report, pitches, blogs, social media content, digital storytelling.
Social media management including community-buidling and media tracking.
Project managing events including overseeing logistical arrangements, supporting promotional activities and liaising with attendees and speakers.
Providing administrative support
Assisting with the overall development of Reboot the Future by contributing to meetings, helping to grow the organisation’s community of supporters, and assisting with promotional activities.
The internship will be reviewed after 3 months. Employment opportunities may be available after the internship.
You will be based at the Innovation Warehouse, a co-working space in Farringdon. You will be managed by the Project Manager and supported by the Board.
Please see details in Apply Now.
The deadline is 23.30 on 18th July 2018.
Due to the short term nature of this role candidates must have the right to work in the UK.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we may be unable to provide feedback on individual applications. We kindly request no phonecalls to the office as we are often out and about.