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IMA World Health
1730 M. Street, NW
Posted: October 13 2016
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IMA World Health (IMA) is seeking an intern to work in IMA's Business Development (BD) department, based in Washington, D.C. The intern would assist the BD Director and BD team with building IMA's international public health portfolio specializing in health systems strengthening, disease mitigation and capacity building. This intern will primarily support proposal efforts and contribute to the ongoing research of major USG donors, partners and competitors. This internship will offer candidates the opportunity to gain valuable skills, network, and learn about government contracting, global health policy and international business development.
ResponsibilitiesAssist BD Director with daily administration of BD department, proposal development, and related activities.
Support proposal preparation through assistance with writing, editing, production, etc.
Support technical assignments including research, data analysis and contribution to BD reports and presentations.
Research, evaluate and assess donor and competitor/partner activity.
Attend meetings and briefings and prepare meeting notes.
Provide minimal administration support.
RequirementsStrong international interest; preference for interest and background knowledge of global health issues in the developing world.
Must have completed at least one year of graduate public health, international affairs or business administration studies.
Solid writing and editing skills.
Excellent research and organizational skills.
Strong communication (oral, written) skills.
Ability to self-manage, multitask and prioritize in a fast pace environment.
Solid computer skills including MS Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Commitment: 20 hours/week, October to May, with the possibility of full-time employment after graduation.