The Arctic Institute (TAI) is seeking a well-qualified undergraduate or graduate student to work as an Editorial Team Intern for the Arctic Institute’s Online Publications page. The intern will work with the editorial team and the editor to revise 2-4 articles per month. The intern will help provide timely and thoughtful commentary on content as well as language and grammar editing for article submissions to TAI. Indigenous students are strongly encouraged to apply.
Depending on interest and availability, editorial team interns may have important opportunities to contribute to TAI’s work, including opportunities to provide research support to senior fellows, administrative duties and logistical support during TAI conferences and events (virtual during the pandemic). TAI interns also have the option of submitting a longer review via one or more articles to be published on the TAI webpage, with the mentorship of our editor throughout the peer review process.
Successful applicants will have:
- At least 3 years of university study in a relevant discipline (communications, journalism, international relations, environmental sciences, economics, sociology, etc.) or enrollment in an Arctic-focused graduate program
- Demonstrated interest and knowledge of current Arctic events
- Excellent writing skills demonstrated
- Strong analytical skills
- Proficiency in native or near native English; additional language proficiency (especially from an Arctic Member State is a plus)
- Ability to work under tight deadlines; flexibility to work in all time zones
- Previous experience in journalism or content / media editing is an asset
This position is remote and does not require any travel; As a result, TAI welcomes applicants from all backgrounds and nationalities who meet the above criteria. For application, please submit a to resume and a cover letter demonstrate experience and interest in editorial work. To submit your application, please visit the following link and complete the questionnaire before September 1, 2021: https://forms.gle/7ubeMvVgZsGBS3h26.
The Arctic Institute is an equal opportunity employer committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome applications from all qualified people regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, physical or mental disability, marital status, status veteran or other factors protected by law.