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Operations Intern

Closing date31 Dec 2024
OrganisationOther Solutions Consulting
LocationLondon, UK
External URL https://othersolutions.net/osc-is-hiring-an-intern-for-its-operations-department/
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Description

OTHER SOLUTIONS is a dynamic, and dedicated risk management and consultancy company supporting the Aid Sector, Human Rights and Wildlife defenders. Based in London, it has for the past decade helped international, national and local organisations by taking a human, context-based and program-driven approach to security.

We provide four types of risk management services: operational support / training / analysis / crisis management. A fast-growing small business made of a Team of permanent staff and a large pool of national and international consultants, OSC ensures that its corporate (20%) and non-profit (80%) clients understand their operational threats and reduce their vulnerability in high-risk areas, mainly Western, Central and Eastern Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, and increasingly Eastern Europe.

We are searching for an enthusiastic, curious and organised individual to join our dynamic London Team as an Operations Intern. The perfect candidate will be an ongoing student, very keen to develop its multi-tasking and problem-solving skills, handling a wild variety of tasks with a positive attitude, and fluent in English and French (essential).

This full-time position is available in June 2024.

Send your application to recruitment@othersolutions*dot*net

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