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Intern, Resource Mobilisation, Private Sector Partnerships & Innovative Finance
Provide analytical, written, research, communications and operational support to the Head and team
Sovereign & private sector engagement, donor relat. & campaigns
Head, Sovereign and Private Sector Engagement
•    Contribute to, support, and help manage new and existing projects in the RMPSPIF team. Focus on support to the UK.
Activities will include, but are not limited to: 

•    Supporting the development of briefings, talking points, fact sheets, reports and other documents for internal use and for use with external partners on a range of global health, political and private sector subjects;
•    Providing support to strengthen relationships with sovereign donor agencies, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and other partners under the leadership of the Head;
•    Gaining global health knowledge, including around advocacy activities and stakeholders, foreign aid budgets and legislations, as well as private sector partnerships, to support Gavi’s work and mission;
•    Monitoring, research and analysis of communications related to Gavi’s work in the relevant donor markets.
•    Assisting with logistics for virtual events and internal/external meetings, including co-ordinating follow-ups on action points;
•    Liaising with the broader RMPSPIF team, as well as other Gavi departments, to keep projects on track;
•    Other tasks within RMPSPIF, as required.

Note: The essential functions listed in this section are not exhaustive of the job responsibilities; other duties may be assigned consistently with the department needs.

•    Excellent written and oral communication skills;
•    Proven research and analytical skills, including finding and processing data;
•    Excellent team player;
•    Results driven attitude; 
•    Critical and reflective thinker;
•    Ability to learn quickly, think critically and creatively, take initiative and act independently;
•    Excellent knowledge and experience with all Microsoft Office Applications: Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint;
•    Motivation, curiosity and interest in learning new things;
•    Good understanding of, and strong interest in, developing competencies in project and relationship management, demand creation, communications, policymaking and corporate and CSO business drivers.
•    Gender knowledge and experience would be a plus.
•    Excellent written and spoken English;
•    Advanced qualification and/or experience in public health/development, international relations, business administration, project management, development economics, or relevant field; preferably degree in political sciences with work experience in global health.
•    Good understanding of British government institutions and mechanisms considered an asset. 
•    Gavi Secretariat.
For more information on the Gavi Internship Programme please visit:

Stipends are available. Interns are expected to be interning on a full-time basis.

Please note, that to be eligible for this internship, you MUST be a student or have graduated within the last twelve months. 

If you wish to apply, please visit our Careers webpage and apply by clicking on "Intern, Resource Mobilisation, Private Sector Partnerships & Innovative Finance”. Deadline for applications is 20 January 2023. 

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Duration: ASAP for up to 6 Months

Please note that as a vaccine organisation and in order to provide duty of care towards its employees, Gavi is requiring its new employees to confirm that they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 as a condition for pursuing employment with us. You can find out more by visiting this link.              

In support of Gavi’s commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion, we hire globally and welcome applications regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, national origin, family status, sex, gender identity or expression, physical characteristics, race, religion, spirituality or sexual orientation. Gavi has zero tolerance towards sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse (SHEA) and any form of discrimination or harassment. 

Gavi brings together the public and private sectors to save lives and protect people’s health by increasing equitable and sustainable use of vaccines against 18 infectious diseases. You will be joining an organisation at the centre of the international COVID-19 response, at the most critical time in global health in a lifetime. You will work in a culturally diverse environment with over 70 nationalities. You will collaborate with partners such as WHO, UNICEF, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Bank – and from business, civil society and government. And you will work in the first global health organisation to receive equal gender salary certification. Your unique experience, skills and talents can help us achieve our vision of leaving no one behind without the life-saving power of vaccines.