Access Partnership seeks an intellectually curious and articulate individual interested in exposure to the 'world's leading information and communications technology (ICT) companies and to the policymakers forming the legal and political landscape of the technology sector. Access Partnership support our 'clients' business and public policy interests on the cutting edge of technology decision-making worldwide. Given the fast pace, constant evolution, and high-profile political focus on technology policy, Access Partnership seek dynamic, flexible, intelligent individuals ready to address new challenges.
If you are keen to shape tech policy in the region, research and analyse current issues affecting the digital economy and enjoy interacting with different stakeholders, this might be for you.
What you can expect to be doing
What you will bring
The internship is based in Singapore. This is an opportunity for growth and development, and the position includes remuneration on an hourly basis. The internship would be for an initial term of three months. Access Partnership are open to flexible schedules but would prefer a candidate who is available in the office at least 20 hours per week.
Please also include an example of your best work that shows why you're right for the job. This could take many forms, including your published writing or piece of analysis, a news article describing something you did, or academic work that illustrates your skills.
Access Partnership are looking for someone to start as soon as possible, interviews will be carried out on a rolling basis, so early application is recommended.
Since 1999, Access Partnership has shaped policy on behalf of the world’s leading technology companies as they introduce services and products into new markets. We have a total of six offices worldwide and repeatedly create policy, regulatory and legal routes to market that are adopted worldwide, remain fair to all parties and stand the test of time.
Aside from that, Access Partnership has established and nurtured long-term relationships with clients, including the world’s largest technology companies, start-ups, and public sector organizations. We focus on policy as it affects technology, and our government relations expertise allows us to predict the future of regulation and manage the outcomes of policy trends globally.