Internship and Fellowship program 

 

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NATO ENERGY SECURITY Center of Excellence

Fellowship program at the NATO ENSEC COE

The Centre provides fellowships on a case-by case basis subject upon availability of interest and work assignment at the Centre and ensures that the duties performed during fellowship is rewarding and enriching. Applications for the fellowship should normally be supported by the university or related institution of the candidate.

 

Main fellow responsibilities

Fellows, as also interns, are invited to join the daily life of the NATO ENSEC COE and work with different projects. Depending from Centres interests they will be assigned to different Divisions and projects. Fellows will have to work on projects, researches, analyses, publications etc.

Duration: up to 6 months

Engagement: Full-time or remote

Candidates requirements: from NATO and NATO Partnership for Peace programme countries

Security clearance: Availability of the NATO Security Clearance (at least NATO RESTRICTED) preferable

Payment: not paid, the Centre may provide a stipend

Insurance: upon responsibility of the fellow (to be submitted)

Accommodation: upon responsibility of the fellow

 

For more details please contact info@enseccoe.org

Internship program at the NATO ENSEC COE

Starting from 2013 the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence is providing a limited number of internships to young researchers from universities and research institutes. This internship programme will promote the respective work of young academics and professionals from NATO member states and partner countries.

 

Main intern responsibilities

Interns are invited to join the daily life of the NATO ENSEC COE and work with different projects. Depending from the Division they will be assigned to, interns will have to do research papers, write articles, participate and organize conferences, workshops, meetings, etc. The NATO ENSEC COE is looking for young experts from these areas: international relations, communication, legal affairs, marketing, engineering and other programs, relevant to security or energy.

Duration: 4 months

Engagement: Full-time or remote

Candidates requirements: from NATO and NATO Partnership for Peace programme countries

Payment: not paid

Insurance: upon responsibility of the intern (to be submitted)

Accommodation: upon responsibility of the intern

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Doctrine and Concept Development (DCD) Division looking for support I

DIVISION: Doctrine and Concept Development Division   

SUPERVISOR: Subject Matter Expert

START DATE: October/November

OPEN UNTILL:  06 November 2020

REQUIREMENTS: Intern fluent in English, organisational skills, bachelor or master degree student. Advanced working knowledge with MS Office (MS Excel most important), basic knowledge in E-mobility, experience in field trials and/or case studies. Excel data analysis skills desired. 

TASK:  To support the Doctrine and Concept Development Division (DCDD) conduct E-Mountain Bikes (E-MTB) project focused on military tasks.

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Tasks of the Intern

  1. To develop a universal technical database for E-Mountain Bikes (E-MTB).
  2. To participate in practical experimentation. 
  3. To develop common E-MTB SPECs for defined military tasks.
  4. Open source research on existing e-MTB systems.
  5. Support to report writing.

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Doctrine and Concept Development (DCD) Division looking for support II

DIVISION: Doctrine and Concept Development (DCD) Division

SUPERVISOR: Subjeck Matter Expert

START DATE: October/November

OPEN UNTILL:  06 November 2020

REQUIREMENTS: Interns fluent in English, bachelor degree student. Advanced working knowledge with MS Office, data analysis experience. Cyclin experience desired.

TASK: To support the DCD Division conduct E-Mountain Bikes (E-MTB) project focused on military tasks.  

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Tasks of the Intern

  1. Market review and evaluation of existing cycling/fitness - apps.
  2. Data transition from given apps and different formats into MS Office formats.

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Doctrine and Concept Development (DCD) Division looking for support III

DIVISION: Doctrine and Concept Development Division   

SUPERVISOR: Subject Matter Expert

START DATE: November 2020

OPEN UNTILL:  06 November 2020

REQUIREMENTS: English working knowledge. Bachelor's degree in (Mechanical) Engineering (at least 4. Semester of studies). Spatia imagination ability.  Advanced working knowledge with MS Office. Wood and metal processing experience would be advantegeus.

TASK:  To support the Doctrine and Concept Development Division (DCDD) conduct E-Mountain Bikes (E-MTB) project focused on military tasks. Integration indoor electrical equipment into outdoor environment. Performing lab and fiels experiments providing proof of concept.

 

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Tasks of the Intern

  1. To develop a data recording concept based on available apps;
  2. To develop a prototype based on physical and economical demands; analyse technical specification;
  3. To develop experiment plan, perform experiments, evaluate the results.

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