ANL-IP Intern, Conference, Network and Project Management Support (P0)
Main Purpose Under the direction of the Section Head and in coordination with relevant staff in the Department of Nuclear Safety and Security, the intern will 1) Provide technical support to the preparation of the International Conference on Effective Nuclear and Radiation Safety Regulatory Systems to be held in 4-7 November 2019 in the Netherlands. 2) Provide support for the IAEA project on development of a curriculum for a Master’s Degree Programme in Nuclear Safety and Security 3) Provide technical support to the development of the Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN)
Tasks / Key Results Expected 1) Provide technical support to the Conference Programme Committee for the upcoming Conference; Assist in development of the conference programme and outreach materials Support online presence for the conference Support publication of Proceedings of the conference and follow-up actions to the Conference 2) Assist in reviewing revised course syllabus documents and final curriculum map Assist in subsequent revision of programme overview Assist in review and finalization of a draft TECDOC on the Model Curriculum including preparation of review meetings Assist in development of articulation agreement templates, workshop materials, and collecting feedback from organizations and educational institutions International Atomic Energy Agency Page 2 3) Prepare briefing and meeting notes for the network management team for Plenary and Steering Committee Meetings of GNSSN Assist in reviewing and developing outreach materials and updating online information for GNSSN Collect feedback from Member States regarding their national platforms Assist the team in developing Country Safety Profiles Update country profiles and national platforms Update the websites for Nuclear Safety and Security Culture Network
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Strong MS Office suite and database/document management skills (REQUIRED) Implementation of conferences/technical meetings (REQUIRED) Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to cooperate effectively across organizational boundaries and the ability to establish effective partnerships and working relations in a multicultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity (REQUIRED) Understanding of the scope of the various technical topics related to nuclear and radiation safety and to the regulatory framework (including IAEA Safety Standards) (ASSET)
Qualifications and Experience Degree: Bachelor's Degree - International Business and International Relations/Engineering/Law/Communications Excellent oral and written command of English (REQUIRED) Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) (ASSET). Project Management experience (ASSET).
Note: Individuals are eligible to participate in the program if they are 20 years or older and have completed at least three years of full time university studies. Graduates may apply up to one year after completion of their bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree.