Apprenticeship Opportunity

Team / Department: Projects Management Team

Provisional title for project:
Agroni Bangladesh: Development opportunities and challenges

Key words:
Agroni Bangladesh: feasibility study and marketing strategy report

Essential and desirable skills/courses that the student would need to have
Absolutely Essential (NB):
Must have good desk research and data analysis skills and experience with quantitative data; knowledge of Excel, SPSS, Microsoft Office and excellent written English and report writing skills.

Knowledge of marker research/feasibility study and familiarity of local and health authorities will be highly desirable. Spoken Bengali will be advantageous but not essential.

Where the work would be carried out:
The post holder will be based in Agroni office in London, approximately for 8-10 weeks during the summer. The working hours will be: 10.00 am-6.00 pm Monday-Friday.

Preferred selection method (interview or other meeting)
Face-to-face or Skype interview as appropriate

Support and training offered by the organisation
The student will be supported by both the Managing Director and the Projects Management Team, all of whom have extensive experience with this type of work.
The basics of data collection and data analysis and results production would be taught and overseen in the first instance to allow future analysis to be conducted independently.
This would be supplemented by guidance from team members on project development, project management and presentation and dissemination of information.

Supporting information
Agroni hopes that the work will be of sufficiently high standard to be made available to our commercial clients and prospective funders.

Financial assistance offered by the company
Agroni will be happy offer the student the cost of refreshment (including lunch) between Monday-Friday during the duration of the summer placement.

If you are interested in applying for the post of Apprenticeship then send your CV to:

Or Post
Agroni Research
Bow Business Centre, 153 – 159 Bow Road, London E3 2S
Tel: 020 8981 1020;
Fax: 020 8983 4136
Web: www.