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Assistant Project Officer – Asia Program

Institut Montaigne

Type of contract: Full-time paid internship (necessarily attested by a training agreement or “convention de stage”), 4-5 months;

Location: Paris (8th arrondissement), up to 2 days of remote work per week;

Start date: February 26, 2024.

Role and core tasks

Within Institut Montaigne’s Asia Program, the Assistant Project Officer will:   

  • Support the Asia Program in its daily administrative tasks,
  • Participate in the organization of high-level events and international workshops: invitations, logistics, note-taking,
  • Provide support in the editing process of publications and contribute to the research work,
  • Manage the database of contacts, Assist in coordinating the agendas.


  • Enrolled in a Master’s degree program,
  • Interest in Asian issues (politics, economics, international security, digital transformation),
  • Excellent command of English (written and spoken),
  • A good command of French is an advantage,
  • Project management and administrative skills (Excel),
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team, capacity to adapt to various work methods.

How to apply

Please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject : “Application for internship – Assistant Project Officer”. 

Application deadline: December 15, 2023. 

About Institut Montaigne 

Institut Montaigne is a nonprofit, independent think tank based in Paris, France. Our mission is to craft public policy proposals aimed at shaping political debates and decision making in France and Europe. We bring together leaders from a diverse range of backgrounds – government, civil society, corporations and academia – to produce balanced analyses, international benchmarking and evidence-based research. We promote a balanced vision of society, in which open and competitive markets go hand in hand with equality of opportunity and social cohesion. Our strong commitment to representative democracy and citizen participation, on the one hand, and European sovereignty and integration, on the other, form the intellectual basis for our work. Institut Montaigne is funded by corporations and individuals, none of whom contribute to more than 1,2% of its annual budget.

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