Internships are available at In My Nature

As part of In My Nature’s Internship Program and professional development there are several internships available for dedicated and interested applicants.

We seek a friendly, motivated and reliable volunteers who will support us in our business, public relations and health activities on a part-time basis. The number of hours as well as the work schedule can be flexibly negotiated with our CEO.

In My Nature promotes Nature and Forest Therapy, with a particular focus on introducing the public health concept of Shinrin-yoku in Australia which is already well-established and accepted in other countries, such is Japan, Korea, New Zealand or the USA.

Due to the nature of our business and the increasing work load we need interns to support us at this stage. Given adequate funding and given you are the right candidate, there is the likelihood that an internship position is converted into a part- or full-time employment in 2018.

You should be computer literate, well-mannered and reliable. It goes without saying that you command very good English language skills, written and spoken. If, on top of that, you are fluent in another Asian language such as Hindi, Japanese, Mandarin, Wu and/or Yue … even better. We expect that you take a personal interest in helping people to live a healthy life and set a good example yourself.

Your primary role will be to support our very busy CEO directly in her day-to-day activities. That work is very interesting and diverse. You will encounter challenging and rewarding tasks and no day is equal to the next. Since you will have to also attend meetings and appointments in and around Melbourne, you should have a driver’s license with full insurance.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to an international and open-minded team.

Please upload your cover letter and CV here.

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