TIB’s Internship program is aimed at facilitating exposure, awareness and sensitization of the Interns to the key issues and challenges in the areas of TIB’s work, and to TIB’s approach and programs in addressing the same. TIB Internship is also designed as a learning opportunity for would-be professionals on specific aspects of TIB’s on-going activities such as research, grassroots level citizens engagement, advocacy & campaign and organizational effectiveness.
- Bachelor/ Honors(Bachelor Degree in any Discipline) completed.
No experience is required.
Students enrolled in final year Masters or equivalent level or post-Masters studies in a recognized university, or who have finished such studies but are not currently employed in a full-time job, may apply directly or through appropriate authority of the University for a position of Internship in TIB. Candidates must be within the age limit of 27 years and should have good academic record – at least one first division/class or equivalent results and no third division or class throughout academic career. Good knowledge of problems of governance in Bangladesh, communication skill in both Bangla and English and computer literacy would be of advantage.
- Following skills are required from the applicant: Call Center, Event Management, IT Enabled Service, Manpower Recruitment, NGO
- Applicant should have experience of working in the following category(ies): NGO/Development
- Experience should include the following skills: NGO/Development
Application Deadline: 24 Aug 2019
Company Profile: Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) began its activities as a Trust in 1996. In 1998 it obtained the approval of the Government of Bangladesh for registration as a non-governmental organisation.
TIB has since been working as a catalyst of social movement against corruption. It has elaborate research and advocacy programmes for policy change and institutional reform for creating conditions for reducing corruption and promoting good governance in Bangladesh. Since its establishment TIB has undertaken various activities, research, information, dissemination, campaign and advocacy to bring about greater awareness amongst the general public of the nature, extent and implications of corruption in Bangladesh across all sectors public, private and non-governmental.
One of the early conclusions that TIB has reached is that fighting corruption and promoting transparent, accountable and efficient governance requires active and concerted citizen's effort. TIB has, therefore, given priority to mobilizing and drawing support from constituencies of citizens by forming watchdog bodies Committees of Concerned Citizens (CCCs) as a deterrent force against corruption, not only in key sectors of public service.
TIB has devoted itself to the task of mobilizing a social movement to curb corruption and to promote good governance in the public, private and non-governmental sectors through greater accountability, transparency and public participation. The main objective of TIB is to catalyze a conducive environment for reduction of poverty and promotion of justice and human security.