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Title:  Corporate Affairs & Communications Internship

Job ID:  50522
Country:  Romania
City:  Bucharest
Professional area:  Corporate Affairs & Communications
Contract type:  Traineeship
Professional level:  Students

 

We’re JTI, Japan Tobacco International and we believe in freedom. We think that the possibilities are limitless when you’re free to choose. In fact, we’ve spent the last 20 years innovating, creating new and better products for our consumers to choose from. It’s how we’ve grown to be present in 130 countries.

But our business isn’t just business. Our business is our people. Their talent. Their potential. We believe when they’re free to be themselves, grow, travel and develop, amazing things can happen for our business

That’s why our employees, from around the world, choose to be a part of JTI. It’s why 9 out of 10 would recommend us to a friend. And why we’ve been awarded Global Top Employer status, six years running

So when you’re ready to choose a career you’ll love, in a company you’ll love, feel free to #JoinTheIdea. 

Learn more: jti.com

 

Join us this year at JTI Internship Program! 

Launched in 2008, JTI Internship programs reaches this year its 14 edition. From 13 successful editions, 212 students welcomed so far in JTI, and 39 of them are currently our colleagues.

Please, apply till May 18, EOB.

Local applicants welcome.

Department: Corporate Affairs & Communications

Location: JTI Romania HQ : Bucharest, Dimitrie Pompeiu 9-9A.

Reporting to: Corporate Affairs AIT Manager

 

What this position is about - Purpose:

In this position, you will be responsible for administrative and operational support in anti-illicit trade programs. Also, you will provide support for keeping communication with the Romanian law enforcement authorities.
 Who are we looking for - Requirements:

  • Student in terminal year(s) of study preferably - degree in Economics/ PR & Communication/ Psychology represents an advantage;
  • Motivation to learn and to develop as a professional in the communications area;
  • Good English knowledge;
  • Good communication abilities and interpersonal skills;
  • Proactive attitude;
  • Good time management skills;
  • Proficient in using MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point);

What will you do - Responsibilities:

  • Contributes to the anti-illicit trade advocacy and programs meant to increase law enforcement agencies capacity to fight the illegal trade in cigarettes;
  • Participates in the development and implementation of anti-illicit trade activities such as public campaigns, programs meant to increase the capacity of law enforcement agencies to fight the illegal trade (canine teams for Customs, building of a car control facility in Siret customs point, press events organization, participation in different events and meetings outside the office and outside the normal work hours);
  • Participates in relevant meetings with authorities and will draft letters to the Customs, Border Police, National Police and/or other relevant authorities;
  • Offers support in other activities in the Corporate Affairs area, depending on the needs that may arise.

Paid internship

Trainings offered:

  • 1 day induction about company & internship program
  • On-the-job training

Commitment: 5 days per week, 8 hours per day

Period: July 1st – September 30th 2021
 

What are the next steps - Recruitment process:

Thank you very much for your interest in the role. You are welcome to apply. We will make sure every candidate will receive a reply within 3 weeks after the application deadline.

 


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