Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in business, communications or a related field are invited for a 16-week paid remote internship. There is a possibility of extension or transition to a part-time or full-time position with benefits upon completion of the internship. Application process is ongoing.
Zenysis is a technology company dedicated to building the powerful, collaborative software that governments and international organizations require to confront some of the challenges facing humanity. They target public and private sector institutions in need of data that are integrated, managed and analyzed for use in program planning and management. We provide cost-effective, flexible solutions to enterprise-scale data integration challenges.
With responsibilities ranging from business development, strategic communications, market research and general administrative support, a large portion of the intern’s role will support the business development and communications teams with administrative tasks. Interns will also play a key role in curating business development leads and partnerships, supporting social media and other communications efforts, and strengthening knowledge management processes for the business development team. The position is required for a period of 14 – 16 weeks with possibility of extension or transition to a part-time or full-time position with benefits.
Application process is ongoing.
- Candidates need to demonstrate the resilience to thrive in ambiguous environments and be motivated by tight deadlines
- Bachelor’s degree in business, information science, public health, international affairs, international development, communications, public affairs, or related discipline is required
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and writing samples in multiple formats will be required
- Familiarity with global health and international development donors, such as USAID, CDC, The Gates Foundation, The Global Fund, GAVI, DFID, etc. is preferred
Find out more about paid remote internship at Zenysis.
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