IPHR is looking for full-time interns to join our OSINT team remotely. Internships are paid, for a duration of 6 months with the possibility of extension.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
- monitoring numerous open sources in Ukraine and internationally in search for evidence of atrocities and war crimes;
- processing and archiving of found evidence to ensure the data is stored properly and can be accessed easily for further analysis;
- carrying out investigations of war crimes / human rights violations and support of the accountability team in their efforts;
- producing OSINT Reports on the assigned tasks.
The successful candidate will represent the following key attributes:
- As you will be working with big amounts of raw date, experience with data bases as well as proven ability to structure and organize data in convenient formats for future analysis / processing will support your application;
- You have to be open and willing to learn quickly and share your knowledge and train others;
- You’ll be processing data in order to make it more accessible for analytics and lawyers – clarity of thought and ability to keep bigger picture and accountability goals in mind is a must;
- Aim at optimizing existing processes;
- Emotional stability and maturity.
Required Skills and Qualities:
- Results-oriented logical thinker, committed to the human rights and democracy values;
- Proven skills in conducting OSINT research;
- Fluency in English and Ukrainian languages;
- Strong discretion when evaluating and disseminating information;
- Familiarity with producing interactive data visualization (preferred).
How to apply:
Interested candidates are invited to apply by sending a CV and accompanying cover letter, by 20 September 2023, to the attention of:
Recruiting Committee – Open Source Researcher