About us Join the team Policy and Projects Intern Suzy Lamplugh Trust is the UK’s leading personal safety charity which was set up in 1986 following the disappearance of Suzy Lamplugh, a young estate agent, while she was at work. For over 30 years, the Trust has championed personal safety as a life skill and a public policy priority. Our Policy and Development team needs a dynamic and efficient team-player for 2-3 days volunteering a week to support a number of projects including our campaign ‘Safe As Houses’ which aims to increase personal safety in the housing industry, new research focusing on safety and public transport, our ground-breaking work on reform of stalking legislation, a large stakeholder engagement project, and giving administrative support to the evaluation of our charitable projects. We are looking for a confident, people person to join our team as a Policy and Projects Intern for 3 months. The role will include: Supporting communications officer on a stakeholder engagement project Monitoring Parliamentary activity surrounding stalking Protection Orders Conducting in house research around personal safety and stalking Communicating with people by phone and by email Minute taking and attending meetings Administrative support of the Policy and Development team Full training will be given so previous experience in these areas is not mandatory. Skills Research skills Strong administrative skills Written and oral communication skills Ability to manage own work load IT literate on a number of Microsoft packages You should be: able to commit to two days a week (around 14 hours) for at least 3 months. committed to equal opportunities policies and practices What will you gain from this experience? An opportunity to learn and develop valuable transferable skills. Gain experience in the charity sector. Expenses will be reimbursed in line with Suzy Lamplugh Trust policy. To apply: Please submit a CV and one page covering letter to email@example.com Successful applicants will be asked to complete a written task to be brought to interview. Closing date: 2nd August 2017 Interviews: 3rd August 2017 Please note, we ask for a minimum commitment of 3 months volunteering with us.