This is an opportunity for a disabled person to work with Christina McKelvie, MSP for Hamilton, Larkhall and Stonehouse as a Parliamentary Researcher.
Accountable to: Christina McKelvie MSP (employer) or, in their absence, a member of their office team
Contract: 35 hours per week for 12 weeks or part-time over a longer period
Location: Based at the Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh and / or Hamilton office
Closing Date: Monday 16th October 2017 at 10am
This intern will be based between the MSP’s Hamilton constituency office and the Scottish Parliament with a schedule agreed between the intern and the host. In addition to the general duties of the Parliamentary Research Intern, the intern will carry out a piece of research as decided based their skills and interests and the need of the MSP’s local or national remit. More information about Christina McKelvie MSP and her work can be found on the Scottish Parliament website.
This internship opportunity will give the successful applicant an insight into the work of the Scottish Parliament and the role of parliamentary researchers. The role may include a combination of the duties listed in the attached job description alongside this focused piece of research.
To qualify, applicants must be:
- Deaf or disabled as defined by equality legislation, for full details please click here
- Unemployed or underemployed
- Any age. We have no age limits for applicants.
- Legally able to work in the UK and begin the internship in late 2017/early 2018