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• Starts Jun 30

Test Evidence Transition Engagement Intern (Social & Behavioural Research)

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


🤑 £23.9K
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Off-cycle Internship

Research & DevelopmentLondon


This intern role will support the delivery of our coordinated plan of engagement and communication activity for TET, liaising with identified internal CRUK colleagues and external programme partner organisations and funders.

In supporting this objective, the postholder will help to create engaging content, communicated via a range of channels, focused on three key elements:

  • to organise engagement activities and events that will maximise stakeholder contribution and impact learning;
  • to gather and disseminate overall Programme implementation progress and insight, impact and findings;
  • to engage Patient Advisory Group members, supporting the development of resources for patient involvement activities and the organisation and facilitation of Patient Advisory Group meetings.

The Intern will also be an integral member of the SBR team during the placement, liaising with our researchers and managers and gaining exposure and insight to our full research portfolio and external partnerships potentially including an academic partnership we have with the Centre for Health Service Studies at the University of Kent.


  • Written, listening and verbal communication skills with an ability to flex communication style and narrative to suit a variety of audiences and settings
  • Interpersonal skills with ability to build and maintain effective working relationships internally across PIC
  • Ability to prioritise effectively as well as project manage competing priorities and deadlines
  • Ability to simplify complex information and to develop a narrative and ‘tell a story’ with data and impact measurement in a way which is both engaging and informative
  • Understanding of the aims of the charity and the importance of internal and external collaboration

Area of Responsibilities

Research & Development


  • Contribute to the production of summary reports, analyses and presentations monitoring the evaluation and impact of the TET programme
  • Work collaboratively with colleagues to create engaging programme workshops and events involving project partners and key stakeholders
  • Contribute to summaries, reports and briefings (such as web pages, newsletters, etc) to support all TET communications
  • Maximise internal CRUK communication channels including ‘Hit the Floor’ and the PIC ‘Lunch and Learn’ events etc., to raise the profile of the TET programme
  • Keep up to date with the overall TET portfolio to understand the successes and challenges, being confident to articulate these with internal colleagues across SBR and with external partners
  • Supporting the organisation and development of resources for key stakeholder meetings

Application process

  • Stage 1: Online application:    
  • Complete an online application form – you’ll be asked to answer a motivational competency question and upload your CV.    
  • In our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, we operate an anonymised shortlisting process. Please therefore ensure that you have completed the work history section of the application form in full and that you have answered all application questions, as this is the information we will be using to shortlist. CVs are required to be uploaded for all applications, as they will be collected for use later in the process. 
  • Stage 2: Assessment:
  • If your initial application is successful you will then be invited to complete our new situational judgment test. The test poses real life scenarios that a CRUK intern might be met with in their day to day role and asks how you would tackle that scenario. This is un-timed and multiple choice. Please let us know if you think you might require adjustments for this assessment.  
  • Stage 3: Audio Submission: 
  • If you are successful in the previous stage, you will be asked to complete an audio submission, answering competency-based questions. The questions will be emailed to you and you will have a few days to submit a response via an audio recording (no video required).    
  • Stage 4: Interviews:  
  • If you are successful in the previous stage, you will then be invited to a face-to-face interview at our head office with representatives from the team you are applying to.    


Work type

Full time

Work mode


Start date

Jun 30, 2024

Application deadline

Apr 30, 2024




23933 GBP