The Regulatory Policy and Scientific Affairs Team is seeking a motivated Science Communications Intern. This position will be located in Chesterfield, Missouri, reporting to our Science and Policy Information Management and Communications Lead.
The mission of the Regulatory Policy and Scientific Affairs Team is to promote, improve, and protect science-based regulations and policies on agricultural products through enhanced coordination of internal and external efforts and influences.
Dates for this summer internship are May 13-August 2 of 2019.
Writing and editing news articles for internal website and newsletters.
Helping create content including videos, photos, graphics and presentations for use internally.
Writing and editing talking points/key messages for employee and stakeholder use
Assembling materials for communication projects/programs
Event coordination and support
Writing experience including, speeches, newsletters, newspapers, online publications, etc. (Portfolio may be requested.)
Strong writing and listening skills are essential, as is the ability to manage several projects simultaneously within required deadlines.
Demonstrated ability to turn complex ideas into simple, relatable messages
The ability to collaborate with colleagues outside of immediate team
College sophomore or above, with emphasis in public relations, journalism, communications and a science or agriculture related emphasis.
Students must be returning to their academic program or pursuing an advanced degree following the completion of their internship.
Content development experience, including articles, graphics, videos, online publications, etc. (Portfolio may be requested)
Exceptional writing, editing and listening skills.
Attention to detail.
The ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, team environment.
Experience with writing for the web or social media and online tools such as SharePoint.
Experience with graphic design tools such as Dreamweaver and Photoshop.
Bayer successfully completed the acquisition of Monsanto in June 2018, bringing together Monsanto’s leadership in seeds and plant traits with Bayer’s leadership in chemical and biological crop protection. By joining forces, we will create even more extensive career opportunities for talent around the world. We’re a global team working to shape agriculture through breakthrough innovation that will benefit farmers, consumers, and our planet.
While we are now Bayer, we will continue to hire using separate career sites until we can integrate our career platforms. We invite you to explore the career opportunities available at the combined company by visiting advancingtogether.com/careers.
Organization: GLB Reg Policy & Scientific Affairs51096756_
Title: Scientific Communictations Intern
Location: North America-USA-Missouri-St. Louis
Requisition ID: 01RY1
Job: Corporate Affairs
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