Internship: social sciences stream

Posted in: Jobs on November 6, 2020


We are committed to helping students near the end of their degrees, and recent graduates, make the transition from university to the working world. As part of our recruitment process we run a graduate programme each year in which we provide a short-term contract to selected applicants to gain experience at Intellidex. There is no guarantee of a longer-term position beyond the internship, but we have historically recruited from our interns. We offer both paid and unpaid internships at locations including Sandton, London and Boston.

Intellidex offers a high-calbre environment, working alongside PhDs, MBAs and CFA charterholders.

We are seeking an intern for a three-month period, to start immediately. The project is in the social sciences field and any experience with black economic empowerment research will be an advantage, as will any related academic qualifications.

Required skills: Advanced MS Excel skills including the following functions: advanced Pivot tables, Vlookup, Hlookup, Index, IF.

This is a paid internship post through our Sandton office. Applicants should be South African citizens. Guidance for applicants: We are interested in original and creative thinkers who are problem solvers. Your application should consist of a covering letter in which you demonstrate your ability and willingness to solve problems in undertaking research, which can often be complex and involve creative solutions to access the information needed. You should also provide a CV.

Send your application to jobs@intellidex.co.za

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