Praktikumsplatz-Angebote in Polen

Bereich: Forschung, Event-Management, Internationale Beziehungen
wo: Polen, Warschau
Beginn/Dauer: 01.03./01.06./01.09./01.12. / 2/3 Monate
Anbieter: The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Email: mailto:
Beschreibung: The German Marshall Fund of the United States

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is an American public policy and grantmaking institution that focuses on strengthening transatlantic cooperation on regional, national, and global challenges and opportunities in the spirit of the Marshall Plan. GMF does this by supporting individuals and institutions working in the transatlantic sphere, by convening leaders and members of the policy and business communities, by contributing research and analysis on transatlantic topics, and by providing exchange opportunities to foster renewed commitment to the transatlantic relationship. In addition, GMF supports a number of initiatives to strengthen democracies. Founded in 1972 as a non-partisan, non-profit organization through a gift from Germany as a
permanent memorial to Marshall Plan assistance, GMF maintains a strong presence on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC, GMF has offices in Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, Ankara, Bucharest, and Warsaw. GMF also has smaller representations in Bratislava, Turin, and Stockholm. GMF Warsaw office's mission The Warsaw office is GMF's newest European office, established in May 2011. The office's mission is to serve as a forum and source of ideas for strengthening transatlantic cooperation, with particular focus on issues critical to Poland and Eastern Europe. On a regular basis, the GMF Warsaw office opens calls for applications for Intern positions to support office programming.

The GMF Warsaw office - Paid Internship Program

The GMF Warsaw office Internship Program offers an unparalleled opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to work on projects pertaining to foreign and security policy within the transatlantic and Eastern European context. In this capacity, they will have
a chance to work closely with GMF's international staff, as well as Polish and U.S. officials, on matters related to strengthening transatlantic cooperation. The internship with the Warsaw office is an exceptional educational and experiential challenge, providing
unmatched professional experience and development opportunities. The internship components include: research, event management, and administrative and program support. Each component is designed to provide a balance of both long and short
term projects that allow staff needs to be met and ensure interns feel like valued members of the team and receive beneficial training for their future careers. The Internship Program is to be overseen by a Program Coordinator who will serve as an intern's immediate supervisor. Through regular meetings/conversations with their interns, each Program Coordinator will manage the workload, personalize the program in order to be responsive to the needs of each intern. These meetings/conversations will also provide a space for both supervisors and interns to raise concerns and provide feedback.

As part of the GMF Warsaw office Internship Program, participants will:
- Gain practical, professional knowledge on transatlantic policy issues;
- Enrich academic experience;
- Be provided with an occasion to prepare themselves for future opportunities in their professional careers;
- Establish a network of contacts with specialists active in their field of interests.

Key areas of responsibilities

Assist staff members to conduct research across arrange of topics for proposals, policy papers, presentations, etc.

Event management
Assist with the planning and execution of the GMF Warsaw office events. Duties include: drafting invitations, collecting RSVPs, printing event documents, answering participants' questions, greeting guests, registering attendees, setting up/tearing down the room and catering, taking notes, and writing the event write-up, etc.

General administrative support
Perform general administrative tasks to ensure and improve the functionality of the office's day-to-day program activities. Tasks may include using inter-action application (a database): data entry and maintenance, filing, copyediting; providing administrative
support to staff as needed; arranging international and domestic travel logistics for keystaff; cooperating with other think-tanks, etc.

Online application process
All candidates interested in applying for the GMF Warsaw office Internship Program must begin by visiting the Career Opportunities section of They must apply online through the GMF website. All outside applicants will be referred to the website. The
application link will only be available when an application process is open.

Selection process
The selection process is based on the following steps:
- Completed applications - the GMF receives the full application package of those
- Selection - the GMF staff makes its selection and then contacts applicants directly
for interviews.
a. 1st stage - selected applicants are interviewed by the Office Manager and/or a Program Coordinator. At this stage each candidate is required to complete a short writing test (in English).
b. 2nd stage - shortlisted candidates may be interviewed by the Director of the GMF Warsaw office.
- Internship offer - the GMF staff makes the final decision and presents final internship offer letters with the tentative start and end dates to selected candidates.
Internship duration

Preferred length of an internshipis 2-3 months with a commitment of at least 35 hours per week during the standard hours (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm). In case there are two interns hired at the same time a commitment of app. 20-25 hours per week during the standard hours (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm) would be expected. At a minimum, eight (8) weeks must be completed and it must be completed within the time frame of one of the following application seasons:
a. Summer - June, July, (Applications 01.-30.04)
b. Fall - September, October, November (Application 01.-31.07)
c. Winter - December, January, February (Applications 01.-31.10)
d. Spring - March, April, May (Applications 01.-31.01)

On-boarding and orientation process
Each internship begins with an orientation run by the Office Manager. The orientation consists of an official welcome, followed by the HR and IT introductions,and an office facilities tour. Then, each Program Coordinator gives a short presentation of his/her
programs and answers questions on their work giving interns an idea of what each Program Coordinator works on.

Prior to leaving GMF interns will participate in two exit interviews one with the Office Manager and one with a Program Coordinator. Additionally, each intern will be asked to complete an internship evaluation form that asks for more detailed responses about his/her
time with the GMF Warsaw office.

Appropriate attire
The GMF does not have an official dress code; however, our area of activities and our mission require that our interns project competence and professionalism. Therefore, the appearance of our interns should also be professional in a way that conveys respect for colleagues, business partners, and the work environment and should not pose a safety or health hazard or distraction from work.
Qualifikationen: Requirements that candidates should follow to apply for the internship

- Excellent analytical and writing skills;
- Excellent written and oral communications skills in English;
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office;
- Comfortable multi-tasking, and working independently and as part of a team;
- Preferably an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in International Relations, International Development, Regional Studies, Economics;
- Interest in the programs and priorities of GMF;
- Strong interest in transatlantic policy issues;
- Previous experience in a think tank, foundation, NGO, government body, media outlet, or similar organization will be an advantage;
- Good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multicultural environment;
- EU citizenship
Aufnahme am: 11.12.2014
Bereich: Business Development
wo: Polen, Warschau
Beginn/Dauer: nach Absprache / 3-12 Monate
Anbieter: BI Architects
Ansprechpartner: Herr Tomasz Kucharski
Telefon: +48 733 333 350
Webseite: http://
Beschreibung: Business Intelligence Architects is a software house and is an innovative IT company.
We are organizing own startups (e-commerce, mobile apps, local businessess) and developing software for external clients.
We have created web applications for startups which quickly gained more than million users. Solutions created by us are flexible and scalable, therefore they are quickly deployed to different countries. The applications which we created are now operating in 12 countries in Europe, North America and Asia, and are visited by millions of users every day. Our customers are for example the World's biggest daily deals site (we have created the Goods, Getaways and Events platforms) or the first travel club in Poland (we have created the platform together with supporting systems).

Department / Function: Business Development

Description of activities:
The program is designed to give overview of project and task management, execution, research for best strategic choices and learn best practices at business startups. The Intern program at BI Architects will be very challenging and rewarding. You will gain an inside perspective on internet start-ups, learn day-to-day management and build functional expertise. Daily responsibilities can include market research, product development, finding and negotiating with business partners or setting up local teams. You will be part of a very motivated and talented team.

Your main focus will be on the following business cases:
- fashion mobile app,
- teeth whitening local
- a niche social network
You will also be encouraged to develop your own business ideas.

Working hours: 40/week
Qualifikationen: Language skills: Fluent in English. Polish in not required.

Field of study: Business, IT, Marketing, Other

Open-minded and ready for challenges
Aufnahme am: 28.11.2014
Bereich: Film, Projekt-Management
wo: Polen, Warschau
Beginn/Dauer: nach Absprache / 6-12 Monate
Anbieter: Silver Frame
Ansprechpartner: Herr Stanislaw Zaborowski
Telefon: (+48)696-449-317
Beschreibung: Silver Frame associates people that try to create something more than a movie. We search and develop the ideas that talk about common people's dreams and life stories in very universal ways. The most important thing in our movies is to give the audience real emotions. We specialize in film production, screenwriting and film marketing.

What do we do?
- short movies -
- full feature films -
- documentaries -
- music videos -
- commercials -
- promos -

Department / Function: Office manager, production assistants, production secretaries

Description of activities:
A major part of your work would take place in the planning stages of a production, where you would:
- meet the producer and other senior production staff to examine scripts or programme ideas
- draw up a production schedule and budget based on the necessary logistics, timings and estimated costs
- negotiate costs to make sure they come within budget
- hire the crew and contractors
- have final approval over bookings of resources, locations, equipment and supplies
- arrange any necessary permissions and risk assessments
- being a production office team

5 days/week, half a day, flexible schedule

Qualifikationen: Skills, interests and qualities
- excellent financial and business skills
- good computer skills
- excellent planning, negotiation and problem-solving skills
- good written and spoken communication skills
- confidence, assertiveness and decisiveness
- the ability to work well under pressure and to tight deadlines
- the ability to manage people and delegate tasks
- willingness to work long or flexible hours when needed
- a knowledge of first aid and health and safety
- Project management
- Customer Service Skills

Oral and written language skills: C1 or C2 English
Field of study: Producing, Cinematography, broadcast producing, creative business, project development, production management, others
Computer skills: Windows, Mac, Excel

If you have any questions just write us.
Aufnahme am: 16.09.2014
Bereich: Elektrotechnik
wo: Polen, Poznan/Wroclaw/Rawicz
Beginn/Dauer: nach Absprache / 2-12 Monate
Anbieter: JANURA Sp. z o.o.
Ansprechpartner: Frau Aneta Pietruszewska
Telefon: +48 65 546 52 53
Beschreibung: Our company is a leading Design unit of Electrical and Mechanical installations on the southwest area of Poland. We are Designing and supervising construction investments in the installation. The company is employing about 50 people, specialists of the electric and mechanical installations. For years the company has also worked on foreign markets - in Europe and Asia. We are making and coordinating design processes in Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Hungary, Belarus and the Republic of China. We are cooperating with the best contractors and architectural studios in Poland for example:APA Kuryłowicz & Associates architecture studio; ESTUDIO Lamela Arquitectos; Maćków Design Workshop; Broadway Malyan; Assmann ; SKANSKA; Budimex; Unibep; and others. Creating modern object installations coordinated and balanced energy and investment is the purpose to which we are aspiring. We have three branches in Poland, in Wroclaw, Poznai and Rawicz.

Department / Function:
Assistant of the designer

Description of activities:
Making documentations of the electric installations and low current installations under the supervision
Making documentations of mechanical installations [Heat, Ventilations, Air Conditioning], under the supervision

Week's rate EUR 100.

We are guaranteeing accommodation with part financial contribution.

Qualifikationen: Oral and written language skills :
English in the speech and the written or German in the speech and the written

Field of study:
Electric, energetics, mechanical installation

Computer skills:
Microsoft Office; Auto-Cad;
Aufnahme am: 27.08.2014

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