Operational and Administrative

(3 Interns- one per period) as Human Capital Coordinators

Department/Museum:    HC
Section/Unit:    Workforce Planning & Recruitment, Employee Relations, Payroll & Compensation and Learning & Development  
Location:    Tower 1
Brief description of the work to be conducted    

Assist in the following areas:

  • Workforce Planning with exposure to: organizational architecture, role profiling, and change management.
  • Recruitment function with exposure to: organizational culture profile, interview techniques, search methods, database creation and maintenance, trend analysis.
  • Employee Relations function with exposure to: HR reporting, leave policies and time keeping, disciplinary codes and processes.
  • Payroll & Compensation function with exposure to: HR law with regards to Policy and Compensation.    
  • Learning & Development function with exposure to: needs analysis, training planning, course and workshop coordination, internal training, ministry training, and scholarships.    

        
Period of Internship/Hours:    1-3 months: 3-5 hrs. per day, 2-3 days a week
Qualifications/ Requirements:    University students majoring in Business Administration or HR Management, or recent graduates

 

Business Development Coordinator

Department/Museum: IN-Q Enterprises
Section/Unit: Business Development
Location: Headquarters
Brief description of the work to be conducted

The intern will be engaged in various meetings between the stake holders in a great number of projects, learning about the process “looking for F&B operator to executing the contract”.
The intern will participate in the creative process of brainstorming ideas as well as learning about the project management.

Period of Internship/Hours 3-5 hrs per day, 2-3 days a week, between January 1 -April 30, but flexible in terms of number of weeks.
The internship might include visiting sites and flexibility is highly valuable.
Qualifications/ Requirements University students/ recent graduates
 

Intern for Strategy, Quality Assurance & Audience Engagement

Department/Museum: Strategy & QA
Section/Unit:
Location: 5th Flr. Tower 1, QM Bldg
Brief description of the work to be conducted

The intern will support:
-  the audience engagement section through research gathering and analysis, including:
• General and specific research
• Report writing and editing
• Documenting/Recording information
- The Strategy section through research and analysis of business strategy and planning. 
In addition, the intern will support the needs of the department as a whole, particularly with information gathering for senior management meetings, filing and organizing. 
Period of Internship/Hours QM office hours.
Student’s schedule will be taken into consideration
Qualifications/ Requirements

• Candidate must be Bilingual (fluent in English and Arabic) and have strong writing and editing skills.
• Outstanding analytical mind
• Senior level students are preferred, preferably with Politics, Economics or Communications background 
• Experience in research either in an academic or museum setting
• Ability to work as part of the collaborative team
• Capacity to multitasking and working in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines
• Adopts professional standards expected of the Strategy department.
 

Events Internship

Department/Museum: QM Events department 
Section/Unit: Events Team
Location: QM Tower 2 – 8th floor 
Brief description of the work to be conducted

The intern will be engaged in the process of: 
1- To assist in Daily Office Work
2- Assist in preparing Events Approval Forms.
3- Assist in basic Financial Work
4- Assist in preparing Presentations
5- To support onsite on All events in all QM venues, indoor or outdoor, day or night events. 

Period of Internship/Hours: 5-6 hrs. per day, 4-5- days a week, between January to April
Requirement : minimum of 2 Interns preferably with some Events experience 
Qualifications/ Requirements
Time management ( to be on time & manage work on fast pace)
Admin skills 
English (Writing Business Mails Level) 
Motivated – Well Presentable
Presentation Skills. 
Passion for all sorts of Events
 

Graphic Designer

Department/Museum:  Fire Station – Artist in Residence
Section/Unit:  Programs
Location:    Fire Station
Brief description of the work to be conducted    
Assist the Programs team in creating designs, layouts, publications, leaflets and covering photography with an artistic manner during different occasions such as Artist talks, Events, Exhibition openings, Open calls.

Period of Internship/Hours:    8am – 2pm Jan - April
Qualifications/ Requirements:    University student majoring in Graphic Design, or recent graduates. Photography skills are highly desirable.

 

Programs Intern

Department/Museum:    Fire Station
Section/Unit:    Programs Department
Location:    Fire Station
Brief description of the work to be conducted

Assist programs team with research, database, events, exhibitions and talks

Period of Internship/Hours:    8am – 2pm Jan - April
Qualifications/ Requirements:    Under/Post Graduate

 

Project Coordinator Assistant

Department/Museum:    Public Art Department
Section/Unit:    Project Management
Location:    Public Art Office
Brief description of the work to be conducted    
•    Assist the Project Coordinator with a multidisciplinary list of tasks, including Documentation, Research and Communications.
Period of Internship/Hours:
•    Feb – April
•    5-7 Hours / Day
Qualifications/ Requirements:    Bachelor’s degree. Knowledge in arts is a plus. Proactive an independent, good diction, excellent with Microsoft Excel, quick learner.

 

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