Call for Interns

“War and Economic Intelligence Unit”


European North African Center for Research is seeking three interns to join our “War and Economic Intelligence Unit” with a tentative start on January 20th, 2023, for a period of three months.

This position is remote and can be done from any location with reliable internet service.

Vacancy description:

Under the supervision of the Director of EUNACR and the “War and Economic Intelligence Unit” lead, the selected interns will work closely on a research project that covers in-depth five years macroeconomic outlook and economic forecast for the European economy with the impact of the Russian – Ukrainian war.

  • Market forecasts
  • Regional and global trends to combat crises
  • Likely scenarios for emerging economies in Europe
  • Market forecasts including monetary policies and commodity trends.

Vacancy requirements:

– Open for international applicants (preferably from the EU states or MENA region) with no preference over others.

– Be a graduate or an undergraduate at least in their third year in public policy, international law, international relations, political science, economics, business, or any discipline related to energy.

– The internship should be related to the intern’s career and goals.

– The respect for the values of integrity, simplicity, and cross-culture differences within work.

Duties and Responsibilities:

– Conducting in-depth online research for the purpose of preparing briefing papers on

ongoing actualities.

– Assisting the lead of (the WEI) unit in reviewing its mandate and policy material.

– Functioning as a self-sustaining member of our team.

– The accomplishment of the internship will be based on completing and publishing one paper on the Center website.

Skills and Competencies:

– Fluency in one or more of the following languages: Arabic, English, French, or Spanish.

(Fluency in French is preferred but not required).

– Experienced in conducting research or authoring articles, reviews, opinions, or op-eds.

– Observing deadlines and achieving results within the team’s objectives.

– Shows respect and compatibility for team accomplishments and mandates.

– An elevated level of attention to detail and manipulation of complex information.

– Good command of Microsoft Office packages (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

Interested applicants should include a resume and a cover letter (500 words maximum).

-Applications should be in English. A writing sample is not required for this position.

Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis. Please submit your application to the following email:

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