2014 ARTerial Network Paid Part-Time Research Internship-Kenya

Application Deadline: September 12 2014

What: Arterial Network Kenya is offering a 3-month part-time research internship.
The internship begins 1st of October 2014.

The opportunity will involve documenting and creating a visual representation of creative events in Nairobi. The objectives of this exercise are to research, aggregate and disseminate concrete data that informs the description of Nairobi as a creative and cultural hub.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The individual will be part of an Arterial Network Kenya team that develops and implements a county level research study on various creative/cultural sectors.

Specific duties include, but may not be limited to:

  • Designing the research methodology
  • Conducting both online and offline research on programs and services of various segments of the local artists and arts organizations
  • Evaluation of events and projects organized by local artists and arts organizations
  • Keying in relevant and accurate information
  • Analyzing survey data using appropriate methods of statistical analysis
  • Visually presenting data summaries and reports
  • Developing new and innovative ways to share information

Qualifications:

  • Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Arts , business, or a related field
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Experience conducting research
  • Interest in the cultural and creative industries
  • Self-starter
  • Excellent critical thinking/problem solving skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Additional Information:
  • This is a part time paid internship.
  • The intern will sit and work from the Arterial Network office located at Kuona Trust Art Centre

Candidates interested in the position should send a resume and accompanying cover letter to the Arterial Network Kenya National Coordinator at [email protected]

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of ARTerial Network

INTERNSHIP VACANCY| ARTerial Network Kenya august 2014 – communiqués
Arterial Network Kenya is offering a 3-month part-time research internship.

The opportunity will involve documenting and creating a visual representation of creative events in Nairobi. The objectives of this exercise are to research, aggregate and disseminate concrete data that informs the description of Nairobi as a creative and cultural hub.

The internship begins 1st of October 2014.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The individual will be part of an Arterial Network Kenya team that develops and implements a county level research study on various creative/cultural sectors.

Specific duties include, but may not be limited to:

Designing the research methodology

Conducting both online and offline research on programs and services of various segments of the local artists and arts organizations

Evaluation of events and projects organized by local artists and arts organizations

Keying in relevant and accurate information

Analyzing survey data using appropriate methods of statistical analysis

Visually presenting data summaries and reports

Developing new and innovative ways to share information

Qualifications:

Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Arts , business, or a related field

Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Outlook

Strong attention to detail

Experience conducting research

Interest in the cultural and creative industries

Self-starter

Excellent critical thinking/problem solving skills

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Additional Information:

This is a part time paid internship.

The intern will sit and work from the Arterial Network office located at Kuona Trust Art Centre

Candidates interested in the position should send a resume and accompanying cover letter to the Arterial Network Kenya National Coordinator at [email protected]

Deadline for applications is 12th September 2014.

– See more at: http://www.africultures.com/php/index.php?nav=murmure&no=15758#sthash.W6KvXstZ.dpuf

INTERNSHIP VACANCY| ARTerial Network Kenya august 2014 – communiqués
Arterial Network Kenya is offering a 3-month part-time research internship.

The opportunity will involve documenting and creating a visual representation of creative events in Nairobi. The objectives of this exercise are to research, aggregate and disseminate concrete data that informs the description of Nairobi as a creative and cultural hub.

The internship begins 1st of October 2014.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The individual will be part of an Arterial Network Kenya team that develops and implements a county level research study on various creative/cultural sectors.

Specific duties include, but may not be limited to:

Designing the research methodology

Conducting both online and offline research on programs and services of various segments of the local artists and arts organizations

Evaluation of events and projects organized by local artists and arts organizations

Keying in relevant and accurate information

Analyzing survey data using appropriate methods of statistical analysis

Visually presenting data summaries and reports

Developing new and innovative ways to share information

Qualifications:

Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Arts , business, or a related field

Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Outlook

Strong attention to detail

Experience conducting research

Interest in the cultural and creative industries

Self-starter

Excellent critical thinking/problem solving skills

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Additional Information:

This is a part time paid internship.

The intern will sit and work from the Arterial Network office located at Kuona Trust Art Centre

Candidates interested in the position should send a resume and accompanying cover letter to the Arterial Network Kenya National Coordinator at [email protected]

Deadline for applications is 12th September 2014.

– See more at: http://www.africultures.com/php/index.php?nav=murmure&no=15758#sthash.W6KvXstZ.dpuf

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