Kickstart your professional development as digital democracy research intern in Assembly Voting
Would you like to take up an unpaid intern democracy research position at the core of the democratic machinery, not just here in Denmark, but also in Europe and the USA?
About Assembly Voting
Assembly Voting is a Danish provider of election software and services that are used both in the public and private sectors. Our technology is unique when it comes to the combination of usability, integrity and security, and we are at the forefront when customers choose online election systems. From prestigious public institutions and global high-tech companies to local associations and NGOs. Last year, we were selected to be part of an important project aimed at developing a mobile voting solution for remote digital absentee voting in U.S.
We believe that everyone deserves a fair election where trust never relies on a single person or a vendor’s untested statement. We also believe that elections must evolve into digital voting to remain contemporary and accessible.
The market for online election services is growing and we are on a journey to become the market leader in our field. Building a sales function capable of differentiating Assembly Voting and generating sales is a pivotal part of this effort, and therefore we are ramping up our headcount.
Who are we looking for?
You thrive on the processing of qualitative and quantitative analyses and have some knowledge of social science methodology. However, we also want to hear from you if you have a background in communications and/or digital marketing.
You take a structured approach to solving tasks provided to you.
You are able to plan your own time and can handle several tasks simultaneously.
You are curious and eager to learn more.
You are flexible and enjoy being part of a team
Your English skills are at an academic level
We’re currently on the lookout for one or possibly more curious and independent interns who would be able to join us in the autumn of 2022. In your job role, you would be tasked with helping us conduct market research to map the commercial potential of digital elections across various segments in the private and public sector across different geographies.
You would also help us index the state of democracy worldwide and communicate the benefits of digital elections.
The position is an unpaid part time occupation, based at our offices in Brøndby with an expected duration of 5-6 months. We offer a good working environment with free lunch, soft drinks and coffee.
We will perform interviews on an ongoing basis and hire when we have found the right match. We therefore invite you to send us your CV, and some passionate lines highlighting why you are the right match for us.
We look forward to hearing from you!