Since its inception in 2000, the mission of Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) is to harness the power of Irish business to maximise its positive impact on all its stakeholders. It is a non-profit organisation specialising in advice and guidance to leading companies on corporate responsibility and sustainability practices. A business driven network, with major social initiatives, BITCI’s membership is drawn from Ireland’s most progressive companies.
The 12 month Internship Programme at the Membership Services Team is a unique opportunity for talented professionals to develop and expand their skills and gain significant exposure to the area of responsible and sustainable business practice. The aim of the Internship Programme is to assist in the delivery of member services and network projects together with supporting the delivery of the network events programme.
|Job Title:||Corporate Responsibility Assistant (Internship)|
|Job Purpose:||Assist in the delivery of member services and network projects together with supporting the delivery of the network events programme.|
|Reporting to:||Assistant Manager – Membership Services Team|
|Travel/ Driving License Required:||Occasional travel may be required.|
Assist team members with the delivery of services to members including:
Shadow and support Corporate Responsibility Advisors with member engagement through research, attendance at meetings, report and presentation preparation and other activities
Such other duties as may be required from time to time.
To actively contribute to a healthy, safe, secure and productive working environment
To actively promote equality of opportunity, anti-discriminatory practice, diversity, individual rights and choice in all aspects of your work.
Applicants should submit their CV and an cover letter stating their motivations for applying to this position by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12 noon on November 13th.
Business in the Community Ireland is an equal opportunities employer and promotes a policy of continuous personal and professional development among its staff.
Business in the Community Ireland has a policy of interviewing candidates with disabilities who meet the essential criteria.