Are you looking for an Internship?
Were you inspired by the London 2012 OLympic Games and the regeneration of the East End?
If so then read on…
We are transforming the Olympic Park into Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, a new part of the capital.
We have Eight internships in Real Estate, IT and Information Services, Park Operations and Venues, Legal and Procurement, Planning Policy and Decisions, Legacy Infrastructure, Regeneration and Community Partnerships and Communications and Public Affairs.
You could be working on marketing, developing the latest apps, supporting planners to produce the Local Plan, event management or programming for one of the iconic permanent venues on the Park. Wherever you work you will develop the skills and experience to help your future career and play a role in delivering a lasting legacy from the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
And in the words of some of last year’s interns
A great opportunity to get directly involved in a major project and to work in a vibrant location in East London” (2012 Legacy Infrastructure Intern)
”Upon leaving LLDC I feel confident in applying for roles I would have previously considered out of reach. A year at LLDC outweighed my expectations for a first professional job” (2012 Urban Design Intern)
Our six month internships are designed to enable you to develop your skills and experience as your first step on the jobs ladder gained while working on a unique project. You will be:
•a graduate with minimum 2:2 degree
•organised with good IT skills
•available for a five-day week
•eligible to work in the UK
•passionate about creating a lasting legacy We will pay the London Living Wage during the internship and provide an annual leave allowance.
For more information about our work and to download an application pack go to http://www.londonlegacy.co.uk/abot-us/work-with-us/
Completed applications and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form should be returned to: email@example.com
Closing date for applications: 5 December
Assessment Day: 13/14 December
Internship start date: 7 January 2013