Interns | PAK-NGOs
Background & Description

International Research Council for Religious Affairs (IRCRA) is looking for Internees at Islamabad office Sector: (E-11/3)

One male & two female intern required at head office.

Responsibilities.

  • Perform clerical duties, take memos, maintain files, and organize documents; photocopy, fax, etc. as needed
  • Assist in preparing information and research materials; create and maintain PowerPoint presentations
  • Take notes and memos during meetings; type documents, drafts, and reports; sort and manage files.
  • Manage databases and input information, data, and records
  • Research and gather documentation on CVE & conflict resolution.
  • Set up, organize, and maintain conference rooms, training rooms, and meeting rooms; update company calendars
  • Attend IRCRA workshops, seminars & dialogues
  • Update and post supervised social media and website content; respond to web correspondence, social media posts, and emails.
Requirements and Skills
  • Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited university/MS/BS program.
  • Area of studies should by M Com, B Com, Political sciences, and Mass Communication’s, CVE, Peace & conflict studies.
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
  • Must be 18 to 25,
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-directed and able to work without supervision
  • Total internship duration will be 6 to 10 month.
How to Apply

Please send your CVs to: hr.ircra@gmail.com

About Organization

International research council for ReligiousAffairs (IRCRA) is a non-governmental and non-profit organization dedicated toprevent, mitigate and transform inter and intra-religious, ethnic and socialconflicts in Pakistan through education and community engagements mechanisms.IRCRA promotes democratic pluralism, democratic values, tolerance, and peacethrough capacity-building programs. The organization engages governmentofficials, religious leaders/scholars, media and political leaders and civilsociety actors to play a critical role in conflict resolutions and to effectivelycounter inappropriate use of religion.  Through itscapacity-building and community engagement programs, IRCRA has trained morethan 7000 local religious actors, community leaders including editors ofreligious magazines, madrasah teachers, mosque imams, and inter &intra-faith leaders. These editors of religious magazines in turnwrote/published more than 150 articles supporting the polio vaccinationcampaigns across the country. In addition, with IRCRA efforts, more than 100fatwas and video messages were recorded and published by top religious’ leadersof the country in support of polio campaigns across the country.

IRCRA workshop alumni have initiated numerous interventions within their communities to counter extremist narratives, developed tolerance building programs, supportedmosques and madrassa enhancement initiatives. IRCRA strategies and implementedprograms helped promote social harmony and to invoke society toprotect our vulnerable communities from extremist violence in some of theconflict-affected areas in Pakistan.