Dang Ngo in Tongass National Forest

Based in Islington, London (not a remote forest, sadly)

Fixed term for 6 Months / 37.5 hours per week or 10 months / Part-Time 

London living wage £9.15 per hour

A great internship opportunity to be part of Greenpeace’s Energydesk digital journalism project writing original stories on energy and climate change issues from across the globe.

The role will involve the full spectrum of key digital skills from monitoring and engaging in social media to producing stories rich in interactive data and maps.

We need someone who can dig deep into global and UK energy and climate issues but is also comfortable monitoring and responding quickly to breaking news, working efficiently and accurately.

You’ll be a budding energy reporter, who can originate and develop original research or data-led stories on energy and climate change, whilst maintaining journalistic standards. You will assist in promoting stories on social media.

This role would be perfect for someone who is undertaking or has just completed a relevant post-graduate qualification and is looking for specialist journalistic experience or research experience in an NGO.

It is our aim to provide a valuable learning experience for our interns. The appointed intern will receive training in research and writing from an experienced journalist along with an opportunity to receive and provide feedback both during and after the placement.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate their support for, and belief in, the aims of Greenpeace and be able to commit to the full period of the internship.

How to Apply:

For further information about the internships and how to apply, please download the Applicant Pack or alternatively email recruitment.uk@greenpeace.org to request one.

You can see information about Energydesk here and read about what we do here. 

CLOSING DATE: 10am Friday 20th February 2015

INTERVIEWS: W/C 23 February 2015

Applicants must be able to demonstrate their right to live and work in the UK for the duration of the internship.

Greenpeace are unable to cover the costs of travel or relocation to London, or provide help with finding or funding accommodation

As we receive a large response for available opportunities, we are unable to respond to those applicants who have not been shortlisted and we apologise for this in advance. If you do not hear from us within a week of the closing date, please assume that you have not been shortlisted.