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We are currently seeking a Maker and/or Engineer Technician to independently conduct product testing and experiments, providing colleagues with accurate, dependable data in a variety of documentation formats. The Product Test Technician assists with the development of test methodology and design of testing equipment under supervision.
Working with peers and leaders across the organization, this key role develops and executes a thought leadership and influencer strategy that taps into CR’s deep expertise and builds affinity for CR’s mission and brand. Serving as a core member of the Communications management team, this individual plays a leadership role in identifying and securing engagement opportunities--speaking events, op-eds, bylines and other communications vehicles beyond media relations--where CR can shape the public dialog around critical consumer issues. The Manager of Thought Leadership Programs is also responsible for building and maintaining connections with business and trade organizations in support of increasing CR’s profile and visibility.
This manager works in close collaboration with other key leaders across the organization to ensure alignment across thought leadership outreach that supports CR’s strategies to advance marketplace change. H/she must be adept at working with peers in this highly matrixed organization as well as coordinate within the Communications department to produce communications deliverables aligned with immediate-term marketplace activity and long-term strategic campaigns.
The Director of Executive Communications will be a seasoned writer, able to draft, shape, and guide materials in support of telling the Consumer Reports story across strategic initiatives and day-to-day communications.
Partnering with our experts and executives, this role will focus on support for developing CR’s overall narrative. This role will be instrumental in crafting compelling speeches and op- eds as well as contributing to broader communications vehicles like annual reports, websites, presentations, and newsletters that help tell CR’s story- who we are, what we do, what we stand for, and the consumer issues we prioritize.
Forget spending your internship making coffee runs for your boss--our interns work with our amazing staff to help consumers make smarter choices--whether it’s the big stuff (student loan debt anyone?) or everyday choices at the supermarket. Spend the summer developing skills that will serve your career goals while engaging in work that promotes facts, science, and smart public policy.
As a Consumer Reports intern, you’ll stand with us as we stand alongside consumers. You’ll work with us as we empower consumers with the knowledge they need to make free, informed, confident choices in the face of a complex marketplace. It’s important work and it’s been our thing for more than 80 years.
To get this work done, we are an independent (we take no ads!), nonprofit, social enterprise dedicated to celebrating and supporting our driven and diverse team. We look forward to having you join us in our mission to create a fairer, safer, and healthier world for all consumers.
The fine print:
- Internships are available to current full-time law and master degree students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- The program runs from September 10, 2018 through November 30th, 2018, with some flexibility to accommodate school schedules
- This is a paid internship, based on an hourly rate
- Internships are on-premises; we can not consider requests for remote positions
- We cannot pay any relocation or housing allowance
- Please specify in your application if you are seeking, and your school offers, academic credit for internships. Include the contact information for your academic Institution representative
- Also specify if you have particular interest or expertise in one of the issue areas (financial services, telecommunications, etc.) listed below, as you may be assigned to a particular policy expert
- Internships are filled on a rolling basis. It is suggested that you apply as soon as possible
- Consumer Reports interns are considered trainees under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1973
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