The American Embassy in Budapest, Hungary is seeking student applications for a Fall 2020 Business/Trade Intern 2020. január 6.

Want to get a first-hand impression of how a diplomatic mission works? Interested in working with international businesses in Hungary?

Statement of Interest

Opportunities:

Customer Service Center (CSC

Facility Management (FM)

Human Resources Office (HRO)

Public Affairs Office (PAO)

Foreign National Student Intern Program (FNSIP) Protocol Office

Political and Economic Section (POL)

Regional Environmental, Science and Technology, and Health Hub Office (ESTH Hub)

 

Who are We?
The U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service combines both diplomacy and business with one goal: helping to strengthen the trade and investment relationship between our two countries. As the trade branch of the U.S. Embassy, you'll work with our team to:

• Conduct market intelligence to gain current information of the latest trends in priority sectors
• Counsel U.S. and Hungarian firms on the best way to take advantage of the opportunities
• Prepare market research reports, company profiles, and due diligence reports
• Promote and recruit Hungarian business delegations to major U.S. and European trade shows
• Assist Hungarian companies that are thinking about investing in the United States

For more information on, check us out at http://www.export.gov/hungary/.

What does this mean for You?
While a part of our Embassy family, you'll get exposed to everything we do but with an insider's perspective. You'll work closely with experienced business advisors to conduct market research and data analysis that will help companies make important business decisions and form long-lasting partnerships. We also need your help to organize business and networking events, you can attend too. We will ask you to work in our proprietary client tracking system, and make direct calls to potential Hungarian partners for American companies.
We are looking for you if ...
You speak English and Hungarian; have a familiarity with market research techniques and databases; you are skilled with Windows Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.); and possess good writing and communications skills.
You have strong interest in commercial affairs, business development and current events, ability to articulate business strategies with appropriate manner and formulate concise solutions to complex problems, have analytical, detail oriented approach, and have the ability to work both in a team and independently on projects.

Where and When?
We look for students who can join us for 20 hours per week. We'll spend some time training you and want you to be effective at your job, so expect to stay with us for about three months (or longer if we all like each other). The internship takes place at our office in the Embassy on Szabadsag tér.

Sound good so far? Here's how you apply:
Submit your application form (obtained from your university) along with your CV, Statement of Interest, and certification of active student status to the Human Resources Office at the American Embassy, Szabadság tér 12. 1054, Budapest or to budapestrecruitment@state.gov.
Closing date: January 24, 2020.
Please note this internship is unpaid.

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