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Sanna Rimpiläinen

Published

23rd May 2022

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News

Two summer internships available at the DHI!

The Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre have two paid full-time summer internship positions available with their Research & Knowledge Management (RKM) team for a recent graduate with good research credentials and an interest in digital health and care.

We will accept informal applications from students who have graduated in 2021 or who are finishing their Master’s programmes in 2022. One internship will start in June, the other one during June/July; the internships are four weeks in duration, to be completed before August 2022. The pay is at an hourly rate of £15.76.

The interns will be expected to assist the RKM team with in-coming research tasks (these could include doing literature searches and summaries for reviews or mappings; designing a survey; helping with research interviews; contributing to research reports). (A) suitable task(s) will be identified based on the capabilities of the intern and the nature of incoming research work.

Informal applications consisting of a short cover letter motivating the candidate’s interest for the position, a 1-page CV and a short example of the candidate’s written academic work should be sent to sanna.rimpilainen@dhi-scotland.com by COP Monday 30th May 2022. Depending on the number of applications, informal interviews will take place before selection.

The first position will start as soon as possible in June, but at the earliest on the 6th June. Due to the very short-term nature of these appointments, the position is open only to those with an existing right to work in the UK. Please, note – the work will primarily be done remotely using your own computer equipment.

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