The Division develops operational capabilities to undertake inspections in line with the provisions of the CTBT. After the treaty enters into force, an on-site inspection (OSI) is launched to establish whether or not a nuclear explosion has been carried out. During such an inspection, facts might also be gathered to identify a possible violator of the Treaty. It thus constitutes the final verification measure under the CTBT.
Under the close supervision of the Coordinator, OSI and in coordination with the responsible Officer(s), the Intern shall:
- Assist with the definition, review, or enhancement of scope of projects of the Division;
- In collaboration with an assigned supervisor, support with the project planning and execution to accomplish the project;
- Contribute technical or programmatic research;
- Assist with the preparation of reports including relevant documentation;
- Other tasks as assigned.
Education: The applicant must have completed at least two years of full-time study that will lead to the award of a degree in scientific, engineering or technical field. Applications may be may up to two years after completion of a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree.
Language: The applicant must possess excellent written and oral communication in English. Working knowledge of another official language of the CTBTO Preparatory Commission is an asset.