FHI 360 calls application for Clinical Operations Internship for Durham, United States. Under close supervision, an intern will perform entry-level professional duties of moderate difficulty providing the opportunity for professional training in various functional areas throughout the company.
- Analyze, generate, and maintains records and other reference material necessary for departmental use.
- Answers and makes phone calls, respond to program-related questions, and sends written material as appropriate.
- Composes, types and prints reports, general letters, spreadsheets, e-mail, and memoranda from rough drafts or general instructions, involving the assembly of data from computer and paper files or record sources.
- Applies research techniques and analytical methods to the study of administrative systems, organizational structures, policies, and procedures.
- Conducts special studies in conjunction with a project, analyzes data, and makes recommendations based upon studies.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Close supervision involving detailed instructions and frequent monitoring of work performance.
- Contacts are primarily within the immediate work unit.
- Contacts involve obtaining or providing information requiring little explanation or interpretation
- Contributes to business and departmental functions to achieve goals and acquire work experience.
- Receives general instructions on assignments and work is reviewed for accuracy and completion.
- Typically reports to a Manager.
- Associate’s Degree or it’s International Equivalent in a Related Field.
- Typically requires 0-2 years of the college experience in a related field of study.
- Articulate, professional, and able to communicate in a clear, positive manner with clients and staff.
- Must be able to read, write, and speak fluent English.
- The ability to speak a foreign language is a plus.
- Prior work experience in a non- governmental organization (NGO).
FHI 360 (formerly Family Health International) is a non-profitable humanitarian organization with headquarter in North Carolina. Since its establishment in 1971, it has been serving more than 70 countries to upgrade health standards. Basically, this organization works to prevent several infectious and chronic diseases. However, it has been fighting to prevent HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Tuberculosis, etc since its first day of operation.