Health Policy Intern
Job Locations China-Hong Kong Singapore-Singapore ID 2020-6841
As the research and consulting arm of The Economist Group, the Client Solutions arm specialises in evidence-based insights and analysis that create impact for leading companies, governments and organisations.
Whether informing internal strategic decision making or raising awareness and understanding of an emerging global issue, our interdisciplinary team brings rigor and creativity to analysing the intersection of policy, markets, technology and society.
Leveraging the strengths of the Economist Group, we then craft compelling and accessible narratives to communicate these insights to a global audience.
Within Client Solutions, the Health Policy practice offers an unbiased view of how to achieve better healthcare, globally but with local relevance.
Through trained clinicians, industry consultants, policy & health communication specialists and cross-societal experts, we provide roadmaps for establishing best in class interventions and game changing approaches.
Our trusted brand and compelling content facilitate unparalleled engagement with key stakeholders in health and a wider audience for practical, actionable dialogue on how best to evolve systems, innovations and collaborations.
Currently we are seeking a highly motivated and talented health policy intern to augment our dynamic, global team and growing Health Policy practice.
The intern will meaningfully participate in projects around evidence-based clinical research and health policy analyses that drive effective organizational decisions and impactful external engagement.
This is a 6-month, paid full-time internship based in our Hong Kong or Singapore office (currently remote). Please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your skills and capabilities as they relate to this internship.
Please note we cannot sponsor training visas for interns so applicants must be legally allowed to take up internships in Hong Kong or SInagpore.
How you will contribute :
Experience, skills and professional attributes
The ideal skills for this role are :
The Economist Group values diversity. We are committed to equal opportunities and creating an inclusive environment for all our employees.
We welcome applicants regardless of ethnic origin, national origin, gender, gender identity, race, colour, religious beliefs, disability, sexual orientation , age or marital status.