Operational and Administrative

Publication Arabic Editing Internship

Department/Museum:    Publications
Section/Unit:    Editorial Section
Location:    QM Tower 2
Brief description of the work to be conducted

–The intern will work on editing and proofreading Arabic content for gallery guides and books.

–He/ She will learn about editorial processes for art book publishing.

–The intern might also support in small translation tasks. 

Period of Internship/Hours:    3–5 hrs. per day, 2–3 days a week, 3 months
Qualifications/ Requirements:    University student majoring in Arabic Language, or recent graduates. Good command of English language is highly desirable.

 

Safety & Security Intern

Department/Museum: Security & Safety
Section/Unit: Risk Management Section
Location: QM tower 1
Brief description of the work to be conducted

The intern will be exposed to the security and safety profession.
The intern will obtain on the job experience in relation to safety and security, which will allow him/her to decide whether to take up studies in field of safety & security.

Period of Internship/Hours 1 month: 2 hours per day, 2 days a week, between June 1 and December 31.
The internship might include visiting sites and flexibility is highly valuable.
Qualifications/ Requirements High school diploma: Must have completed high school and want to decide on study direction
 

Enterprise Risk Management Intern

Department/Museum: Security & Safety
Section/Unit:Risk Management Section
Location: QM tower 1
Brief description of the work to be conducted

The intern will learn about enterprise risk management, which includes the entire process of integrating strategy and risk. 
The intern will participate in risk assessments, development of risk mitigation plans and implementation of action plans.


Period of Internship/Hours: 3 months: 2-3 hrs. per day, 2 days a week, between January 1 & December 31. The program duration is flexible.
Qualifications/ Requirements University/College student majoring in Business Administration, Law, Accounting, Finance, Political or Environmental Studies. Intern should preferably in the final year of studies or directly after having obtained the university/college degree.

BUSINESS COORDINATOR

Department/Museum: LIWAN design studios & labs 
Section/Unit:
Location: QM Tower 1 – 5th floor 
Brief description of the work to be conducted

During the internship period over the course of 3 months you will be studying, Coordinating and supporting the department in administrative functions such as purchasing, billing, reporting and filing, finding stakeholders and building business relationships and partners to further grow Liwan. Putting together a business plan for upcoming business year. 

Period of Internship/Hours: 3 months 20 hours a week (4 hours per day)
Requirement : High school Bachelor  

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:    • May - August 2020 • 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.

 

QHSE Engr.

Department/Museum:  Facilities Management Department
Section/Unit:  QHSE Section
Location:    MIA / Fire station / Auxiliary
Brief description of the work to be conducted    

Teach how to develop and implement QHSE management systems, processes, and procedures that improve business operations in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OHSAS 18001.

• Teach how to communicate information on the QHSE Management System throughout the organization and promotes HSE awareness.
• Teach how to support the organization on QHSE matters as the primary point of contact.
Teach how to provide quality management, QHSE and Project management training to employees.
• Teach how to participate in tender and project teams as the QHSE Expert.
• To review and assess requests for pre-qualification or tender, and compiles required documentation in preparation for project deliverables
• Awareness of Toolbox talk, importance of OSHAS/EMS/IMS
• Teach how to prepare and maintains required HSE records and reports.
• Teach how to coordinates and executes HSE inspections 
• Teach how to conduct investigations, internal audits and analyses of report findings to management on Non-conformity reports and root cause analysis.
• Awareness of IMS and implementation.
• Actual Risk Assessment as per ISO 45001/9001/14001  

Period of Internship/Hours:    4 months = 5hrs/day times 120 days = 200 hours • Flexible timing per week except no nightshift

Qualifications/ Requirements:    Bachelor’s in safety /environment/ Engineering Bachelor’s in engineering (mechanical/electrical/civil/industrial)

 

Photography Workshop & Events Coordinator

Department/Museum:    Photography Festival Dept.
Section/Unit:    Education & Outreach Events
Location:    5th Floor, Tower 1
Brief description of the work to be conducted    

• Assist the team in arranging venue for the Photography Events & Workshops, Open calls, Exhibitions.
• Covering photography with an artistic manner during different occasions, i.e. Workshops, Events, Exhibition openings, etc.
• Assist with research, database, events, exhibitions and open calls.
• Assist the Education & Outreach Events team in tasks including: activities coverage and preparation & documentation.
• Coordinate with other departments as required.

Period of Internship/Hours:
9am-2pm (5 Hrs./Day)
May – Aug 2020

Qualifications/ Requirements:    
• University students majoring in Photography, Arts, Events & Outreach, or recent graduates with a passion for Photography & Arts
• Good communication skills in English
• Photography skills are highly desirable
 

 

Planning Engineer

Department/Museum:    Facilities Management Department/ Planning & Sustainability Engineer Section
Section/Unit:    Planning & Sustainability Section
Location:    NMOQ / MIA / Wajba / Fire-station / Auxiliary
Brief description of the work to be conducted  

The internship Plan, Eng. Is expected to familize him/her in the following area:
• Familiarity of project’s concept and its planning techniques 
• Project Management tools and techniques.
• Learn how to budget, manage and control departmental budget and plan its expenditures.
• Understanding of general industry’s concepts and standards like SFG20, BICS, etc.
• How to account for time and cost risk contingency within the running contracts and newly prepared scope of services.
• Understanding of sustainability concept and its main pillars. Be familiar with the concepts and approach used by FMD currently (following industry’s best practices) to optimize the facilities operations which includes utilities bills, building comfort, waste management, etc.
• Minimizing of generated waste and utilization of existing waste in recycling projects where possible. 
• Understanding of sustainability award systems (mainly GSAS and LEED), what are the requirements and what has to be completed in order to complete it.
• Understanding of tenders and qualifications process.
• Be familiar in how to generate illustrative high-level reports in set frequencies.
• Being familiar with financial planning, monitoring/control and reporting of the departmental budget and report accordingly.
• Being Familiar with spare-parts cycle budgeting and its approvals accordingly.

Period of Internship/Hours:    6 months = 7hrs/day times 120 days = 840 hours • Flexible timing per week except no nightshift
Qualifications/ Requirements:    Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Mechanical/Electrical/Industrial)

 

Sustainability Engineer

Department/Museum:    Facilities Management Department/ Planning & Sustainability Engineer Section
Section/Unit:    Planning & Sustainability Section
Location:    NMOQ / MIA / Wajba / Fire-station / Auxiliary
Brief description of the work to be conducted  

The internship Sustainability Engineer Is expected to familize him/her in the following area:

• Be familiar with different Sustainability certifications scheme (LEED & GSAS)
• Be familiar with the sustainability techniques used to optimize the efficiency of various facilities.
• Benchmark various facilities with the national/international benchmarked mainly in the following areas:
- Utilities consumptions (water & electricity) and propose feasible solutions to save those resources (from environmental and social prospective) and return of investment (from operational prospective).
- Diverted Waste (Recycled)
- Indoor comfort (Co2 and TVOC levels)
- Facilities accessibility in terms of public transportations, carpooling, cyclist, etc.
• Being familiar with procurement best practices.
• Being familiar with the green cleaning best practices.
• Being familiar with the landscaping materials selections, irrigations efficient technologies and best operational practices.
• Being familiar with the waste management techniques.
• Project Management tools and techniques
• Being familiar with budgeting and control of ongoing 

Period of Internship/Hours:    6 months = 7hrs/day times 120 days = 840 hours • Flexible timing per week except no nightshift

Qualifications/ Requirements:    Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Mechanical/Electrical/Industrial)

 

Electrical Engineer

Department/Museum:    Facilities Management Department
Section/Unit:    Maintenance Section
Location:    NMOQ / MIA / Fire-station / Auxiliary
Brief description of the work to be conducted  

The internship Electrical Engineer Is expected to familize him/her in the following area:

• Familiarization on the following Electronics & Control Systems like BMS, VFD & Motor controls, lighting controls, Electronic doors, sensors & detection systems, and others
• Familiarization on the following Electrical Systems like switchgears, generators, transformers, emergency power, distribution panels, earthling & lightning protection, MCC, lightings, small power
• Knowledge in Operation and Maintenance of Museums
• Knowledge on different types of Maintenance (Preventive, Corrective, Reactive, …)
• Preparation of Scope of Works, Tender Proposals, and Project Documents. 
• Managing group of Engineer, Supervisors, Technicians, and Staffs
• Organize, control, and record-keeping of documents, submittals, forms, drawings, letters, emails, and other correspondences.
• Museums and Facilities, site awareness and management
• Performance monitoring and evaluation of external stakeholders
• Coordination and communication thru verbal, call, messages, letters, and/or email to internal and external stakeholders related to Facility Management
• Basic usage of CAFM and other software’s of FM Dept.
• Knowledge in Project Handovers, Snags, and Defect Liability

Period of Internship/Hours:    6 months = 7hrs/day times 120 days = 840 hours • Flexible timing per week except no nightshift

Qualifications/ Requirements:    Bachelor’s degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering

 

Mechanical Engineer

Department/Museum:    Facilities Management Department
Section/Unit:    Maintenance Section
Location:    NMOQ / MIA / Fire-station / Auxiliary
Brief description of the work to be conducted  

The internship Mechanical Engineer is expected to learn the following:

• Familiarization on the following HVAC systems and equipment’s, including chillers, cooling towers, pumps, AHU, FCU, RACU, VAV, CAV, DX units, Exhaust/Extract Fans, Humidifiers/Dehumidifiers, Piping & ducting, chemical dossing, BMS,
• Familiarization on the following Mechanical Systems, Firefighting, fuel system, Lifts, plumbing & drainage, irrigation, water features systems and equipment’s, including FM200, wet & dry pipe system, water pumps and tanks, fuel system, heaters, Sanitary wares,
• Knowledge in Operation and Maintenance of Museums
• Knowledge on different types of Maintenance (Preventive, Corrective, Reactive, …)
• Preparation of Scope of Works, Tender Proposals, and Project Documents. 
• Managing group of Engineer, Supervisors, Technicians, and Staffs
• Organize, control, and record-keeping of documents, submittals, forms, drawings, letters, emails, and other correspondences.
• Museums and Facilities, site awareness and management
• Performance monitoring and evaluation of external stakeholders
• Coordination and communication thru verbal, call, messages, letters, and/or email to internal and external stakeholders related to Facility Management
• Basic usage of CAFM and other software’s of FM Dept.
• Knowledge in Project Handovers, Snags, and Defect Liability


Period of Internship/Hours:    6 months = 7hrs/day times 120 days = 840 hours • Flexible timing per week except no nightshift

Qualifications/ Requirements:    Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering

 

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Department/Museum:    LIWAN design studios & labs
Section/Unit:   
Location:   QM Tower 1 – 5th floor
Brief description of the work to be conducted

During the internship period over the course of 3 months you will be working on the planning and coordination of the program and its activities alongside the program coordinator whilst ensuring implementation of policies and practices and maintaining budget and tracking expenditures/transactions. 

Period of Internship/Hours:    3 months 20 hours a week (4 hours per day)
Qualifications/ Requirements:   High school Bachelor

 

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, data base, events, exhibitions and talks

Period of Internship/Hours:    • 80 hours
Qualifications/ Requirements:   • Under/Post Graduate

 

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