The NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights is seeking a student to assist Professor Michael Posner with his work, specifically writing syllabi and other written materials for his spring class– Law, Business & Human Rights. This position is responsible for supporting Prof. Posner by aiding in the crafting of written materials and publications as well as organizing student papers and communications. You will be tasked with providing research assistance, drafting, and editing, as well as organizational and administrative support on various projects.
This is a great opportunity to gain an overarching view of the evolving and expanding intersection of business and human rights. You will develop a cutting edge understanding of the dynamics between various stakeholders in different industries; gain greater knowledge of foreign and domestic affairs; and deepen your understanding of the challenges companies face when operating in a global environment.
We are looking for one graduate-level student for this position. You must have excellent interpersonal judgment, strong writing skills for pieces targeting varied audiences, and the ability to juggle multiple tasks and competing deadlines simultaneously. As such, you should be able to demonstrate that you are organized, detail-oriented, and a self-starter.
Hours: Approximately 15 hours per week; hours can be flexible
Length: Beginning immediately; one semester commitment
Application: Please attach a resume and cover letter that describes your relevant experience
Contact: Victoria Anderson – firstname.lastname@example.org