FLINT793 - Internships

Human Resources · London, London, City of
Department Human Resources
Employment Type Intern
Minimum Experience Entry-level

SUMMARY

Interns join one of our three practice areas (Policy and Political Analysis, Markets and Investor Advisory, Competition and Regulation) in London for a period of 8-12 weeks. They work in teams and directly with our clients. Our placements are ‘rolling’ internships and remunerated at the London Living Wage for the duration of contract.

  

INTERNSHIPS / PLACEMENTS

 

Work experience and internships at Flint provide practical experience for individuals with an interest and/or background in policy, politics, competition and regulation. They are short-term supervised placements, usually structured around a set of tasks and/or a project which has a set timescale.  Flint offers three distinct types of placement.  Please see our careers page for further details before submitting your application.

 

  1. ‘Consultant-track’ internship
  2. ‘Learning and development’ internship
  3. Work experience

  

WHO YOU WILL WORK WITH?

 

When you join Flint Global as an Intern, you are joining a business advisory firm that will challenge you and invest in your development. In this role you will work with the best teams to help support clients who face the challenges of regulatory and policy change at national, European, and international levels. These are businesses which require advice at the point where government and business meet – in private, public, and social sectors – we offer an authoritative perspective on both.  We help our clients anticipate, interpret and respond to developments in policy and politics. We advise on how they can shape the business environment and work constructively with policymakers to achieve their goals, in a context where governments are becoming more interventionist.


WHAT YOU WILL DO

 

You will be assigned to one of our practice areas where you will support client engagements by providing analysis and briefing, contributing to policy development and project management.  Interns receive frequent coaching and mentoring from colleagues on their teams. This support includes input from your practice and business support areas to help guide your career, helping you to develop your skills and build your network.

 

ABOUT YOU


To be eligible for our internship, ideally you will be in your last year at university/business school.  We are looking for individuals with the ability to build meaningful relationships, are motivated, forward thinking and ambitious, and you bring integrity and a real client focus to your work.  A work experience placement would be for someone not yet ready for the world of work, but who wants to gain exposure to the working environment. 

 

You will bring the following range of skills:

 

  • Excellent analytical, quantitative, research and problem-solving skills.
  • Outstanding written communication skills, ability to draft clear documents.
  • Outstanding oral communication skills.
  • Good organisational skills including the capacity to prioritise, plan and schedule complex tasks proactively, and be comfortable working under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • Strong interpersonal skills – a flexible approach and the ability to work well across teams, both with internal colleagues and external clients.

 

ABOUT US

 

Flint is a business advisory. We help our clients succeed in an increasingly complex world, managing risk and creating opportunity. We provide advice at the point where government and business meet, offering an authoritative perspective on both. We are experts in policy, political analysis, regulation and competition.  Members of our multi-national team have experience of working at the most senior levels in European governments, the EU Commission, regulatory agencies, competition bodies and the private sector.  We support companies who face the challenges of regulatory and policy change at national, European and international levels. This includes major developments affecting business in Europe; the political and economic management of mergers, acquisitions and other transactions; the design and delivery of efficient regulatory regimes; and how to maximise the value.


APPLICATION PROCESS

 

Please submit your CV and cover letter stating why you would like to work at Flint.  There will be an interview via video call which will be an opportunity to discuss and showcase your strengths, as well as to find out more about us.

 

We can only accept applications from those who have the right to work in the United Kingdom at the current time 

 

Flint Global is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

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  • Location
    London, London, City of
  • Department
    Human Resources
  • Employment Type
    Intern
  • Minimum Experience
    Entry-level