Career

Working for the British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia

1. Internship for Assistant Communications

If you know someone who fill this criteria, please email your cv and cover letter in English to communications@britcham.or.id, the latest on 29 July 2019.

* Writing articles, social media copy and press releases to targeted media
* Assist for social media assets - maintain, monitor, implementation
* Assist in public relation and media communication activities : preparation for internal newsletter and magazine, prepare press release, media distribution & reports
* Assist taking documentation of company's events

Requirements :
* Fluent in English and excellent communication skills both oral and written
* Creative writing
* Strong attention to details, responsible, excellent time management and able to operate in dynamic environment
* Eager to learn something new and willing to develop 
* Preferable major in communications

 

2. Internship Opportunity at the British Chamber of Commerce Indonesia for British students or graduates

(now receiving inquiries for Semester 2, 2020 only)

We are offering an exciting and unique opportunity based in our office in Jakarta, for British students or graduates who may be interested in a career overseas.

At BritCham, we offer a flexible internship programme that equips interns with the knowledge and skills of working in a truly international environment in a global business context.

BritCham is seeking interns that are currently studying for or have graduated from, a bachelor’s/master’s degree in International Relations, Business Management, Marketing/Communications, International Development. Preferably, a candidate with a broad interest in international trade & investment relations, keeping up to date with contemporary global economic and political issues, business development promotion for SMEs.

Generally, our interns stay for a minimum of 6 months, but if you wish to stay for a longer time period, this is flexible and negotiable.

For more of the vacancy, click here