Jobs at IPIS
IPIS has an office in Antwerp, Belgium. Its staff is composed of a research and an office team. Focal points are supporting IPIS in its field work.
There are currently no open positions at IPIS.
Internships at IPIS
IPIS offers three main types of internship:
- Through partner organisations. These partner organisations use their own recruitment processes.
- Through calls issued for specific projects. These will be made through our website (below), in the weekly briefing, and in some instances through universities networks.
- Through approaches from those with a specific research project that they wish to pursue within our organisation. Such interns can publish their papers as an intern paper publication or in some instances as a co-author.
Speculative applications without a specific research project may be considered on an ad hoc basis.
Internships typically last three to six months, and are in-house (Antwerp). The number of days per week can depend on requirements and availability. An evaluation is planned after one month.
Internship offers generally involve the following benefits:
- Personal supervision by one of our researchers
- Office space and use of office equipment
- Use of our working library
- Reimbursement of travel expenses within Belgium
With the world going into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, late March 2020 was perhaps not the optimum time to move to a new city and begin a six-month internship. My bewilderment was quickly alleviated: IPIS staff did a great job of welcoming me on to the team and provided training on various software
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Hi, I’m Maryam, and I just finished a 4-month internship at IPIS. As I am leaving the team with a handful of experiences and prepare for my next challenge, here are some thoughts I wanted share about my internship! What do you do as a GIS intern, you might ask. Well, during the first week
There are currently no vacancies.
Even when we’re not actively looking for someone or when the position you’d like to apply for is not amongst those we’re currently seeking, you’re always welcome to let us know you’re interested to work or collaborate for/with us. Send a CV, a cover letter outlining your motivation and availability and a recent writing sample (article or paper) or a project (printed map, webmap, or data analysis) you made to Filip Reyniers. Should your application be of interest to us, we will return to you to discuss the matter further.
IPIS welcomes the opportunity to work with non-governmental organisations from our focal region. Such work can take the form of joint research projects or capacity building through editorial assistance, skills / knowledge transfer and training. If your organisation would like to discuss the possibility of such a partnership, please contact Filip Reyniers.