I. FLIA Scholars

Location: Remote

Role Description

FLIA Scholars are experts who join FLIA by invitation, recommendation and request.

FLIA Scholars’ roles include:

  1. Offering academic support to FLIA programs;

  2. Joining FLIA research projects and designing research plans;

  3. Leading and supervising certain FLIA research projects and assigning work for FLIA Research Fellows and Research Assistants;

  4. Producing and publicizing research on behalf of FLIA research teams; 

  5. Using FLIA logos on appropriate occasions.

Benefits as a FLIA Scholar

FLIA Scholars are privileged to attend FLIA programs and events and proactively participate in global academic communication.

  1. Opportunities to join, lead and/or host global research projects subsidized by FLIA and its partners;

  2. Freedom to develop academic research or programs on the topics you are interested;

  3. Access to FLIA intern(s) to work with you on your projects;

  4. Priority publishing in “FLIA Review” and on flia.org;

  5. Sharing ideas and news with FLIA members and audience from all over the world;

  6. Greater impact on government and enterprise policies and operations through FLIA;

  7. Sharing links to personal websites or blogs on flia.org and in our newsletter

  8. Participation in FLIA exchange programs and/or visiting scholar programs with cooperating universities.

Minimum Requirements to Become a FLIA Scholar

  1. Completion of terminal professional or academic graduate degree required; Ph.D. highly desirable;

  2. Established scholarly or professional reputation

II. FLIA Research Fellows

Location: Remote

Role Description

  1. Take an organizing role in FLIA research projects under the direction of FLIA Scholars;

  2. Assist FLIA Scholars in designing research plans and timelines;

  3. Supervise the work of Research Assistants and Research Interns as assigned by FLIA Scholars;

  4. Produce and publicize research on behalf of FLIA research teams; and

  5. Use FLIA logos on appropriate occasions 

Benefits as a FLIA Research Fellow

  1. Join global research projects subsidized by FLIA or FLIA partnerships;

  2. Get assistance from FLIA research teams;

  3. Share links to personal websites or blogs through FLIA’s virtual media;

  4. Enjoy priority publishing status for FLIA Publications and FLIA Blogs;

  5. Share ideas or news with membership and audience from all over the world in FLIA programs;

  6. Reach out to FLIA’s global network for academic resources, information, and other assistance.

Minimum Requirements to Become a FLIA Research Fellow

  1. Completion of terminal professional or academic graduate degree required; Ph.D. highly desirable;

  2. Record of publications.

III. Associate Director of FLIA Advanced Editing

Location: Remote

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Understand FLIA’s mission and adhere to organizational values;

  2. Supervise Program Coordinators and Interns and assign their work;

  3. Recruit and manage the editing team members;

  4. Evaluate writing quality and provide editorial assistance;

  5. Conduct citation checks;

  6. Cooperate with the other Associate Directors in the program to ensure tasks are on track with established timetables and directions;

  7. Produce program evaluations and provide regular reports to President regarding work on and status of assigned program

Qualifications

  1. Current JD student or recent graduate;

  2. Excellent writing and editing skills; experience writing for a law journal preferred;

  3. Excellent attention to detail;

  4. Excellent communication skills;

  5. Student group leadership experience preferred;

  6. Adept at solving problems and communicating solutions with others;

  7. Able to prioritize work, multi-task, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment

 

IV. Research Assistant (Intern)

Location: Remote

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Join research projects on a specific topic; conduct research on the chosen topic and draft high-quality research papers

  2. Participate in programs relevant to the chosen topic

  3. Follow hot topics and prepare timely reports/articles (in Chinese and/or English)

  4. Identify important sub-topics in the field; summarize key academic work and practical information in the field;

  5. Translate based on the needs of the project or the supervisor;

  6. Participate in other work depending on availability.

Qualifications

  1. Completion of bachelor’s degree or current enrollment in master’s program required, master’s degree preferred (extraordinary senior students may be considered);

  2. Knowledge of at least one topic at the intersection of law and international affairs;

  3. Working proficiency in English required;

  4. Strong research, writing and interpersonal skills;

  5. Ability to handle deadlines for multiple assignments;

  6. Ability to work with minimal supervision;

  7. Strong attention to detail;

  8. Bilingual in Mandarin or other languages is a plus.

 

Duration 

FLIA internships are part-time, voluntary positions. The internship program requires a minimum commitment of three months. The average time commitment will be 20 hours per week.

V. Public Relations Assistant (Intern)

Location: Remote

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Assist with the research, planning and development of comprehensive public relations programs;

  2. As assigned by Director of Public Relations, assist with the implementation of PR program plans;

  3. Build and maintain relationships with members of the press and key partners;

  4. Build and maintain relationships with law firms, law schools and key players in international affairs;

  5. Maintain relationships with subscribers;

  6. Work cross-functionally with teams to create effective messaging to support existing programs;

  7. Generate media outreach strategies and execute plans thoughtfully and effectively

Qualifications:

  1. Completion of bachelor’s degree required, major in journalism, communication, advertising or other relevant field preferred;

  2. Experience working on successful public relations programs preferred;

  3. Ability to effectively communicate information and ideas in written and verbal format;

  4. Adept at building and maintaining relationships;

  5. Team player with the confidence to take the lead and execute with minimal guidance;

  6. Strong project management and organizational skills;

  7. Familiarity with major social media management tools;

  8. Video editing skills a plus;

  9. Existing relationships with members of the press and/or social media platforms a plus

 

Duration

FLIA internships are part-time, voluntary positions. The internship program requires a minimum commitment of three months. The average time commitment will be 20 hours per week.

 

VI. Multimedia Coordinator (Intern)

Location: Remote

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Graphic design of promotional/marketing materials including advertisements, newsletters, brochures, emails, manuals, web pages, exhibit graphics, digital graphics, presentations, videos, and more;

  2. Edit videos and photography for online and broadcast promotions;

  3. Manage various social media accounts; post daily on all digital platforms (including periodic streaming videos);

  4. Promote customer engagement to increase followers on social media channels;

  5. Coordinate with other team leads to ensure best practices

Qualifications

  1. Completion of bachelor’s degree required, major in journalism, communication, advertising or other relevant field preferred;

  2. Strong skills in photography, videography and video editing;

  3. Ability to use social media outlets for promotion and public interaction;

  4. Ability to work with minimal supervision;

  5. Must have attention to detail;

  6. Working proficiency in English required;

  7. Bilingual in Mandarin is a plus

 

Duration

FLIA internships are part-time, voluntary positions. The internship program requires a minimum commitment of three months. The average time commitment will be 20 hours per week.

VII. Social Media Coordinator (Intern)

Location: Remote

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. As assigned by Director of Public Relations, assist with the implementation of program plans;

  2. Engage in social media marketing campaigns and day-to-day activities including:

    • Listen and respond to followers while cultivating leads and subscriptions;

    • Conduct online advocacy and open a stream for cross-promotions;

    • Develop and expand subscriber and/or influencer outreach efforts;

    • Monitor online reviews and collect feedback;

    • Manage efforts to build online views and reputation;

  3. Conduct livestreaming during events;

  4. Communicate with other team members and ensure that all work reaches goals within established timetables

Qualifications

  1. Completion of bachelor’s degree required, major in journalism, communication, advertising or other relevant field preferred;

  2. Social media experience in at least one of the following platforms required: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn;

  3. Familiarity with major social media management tools;

  4. Ability to effectively communicate information and ideas in written and verbal format;

  5. Ability to use social media outlets for promotion and public interaction;

  6. Video editing skills a plus;

  7. Ability to work with minimal supervision;

  8. Must have attention to detail;

  9. Working proficiency in English required;

  10. Bilingual in Mandarin is a plus

 

Duration 

FLIA internships are part-time, voluntary positions. The internship program requires a minimum commitment of three months. The average time commitment will be 20 hours per week.

VIII. Assistant to the Director of YPVS Program (Intern)

Location: Beijing, China

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Assist director with topic selection, speaker invitations, and other daily administrative work;

  2. Communicate with other FLIA members about proposals and marketing;

  3. Play role of a liaison to communicate with audience and speakers, and recording each activity via Zoom;

  4. Assist in editing videos and uploading to FLIA’s official platforms

Qualifications

  1. Current graduate student or master’s degree required;

  2. Major in law, international affairs or other relevant academic discipline;

  3. Functional knowledge of at least one of the above topics;

  4. Excellent English and Chinese reading and writing skills;

  5. Responsible, creative and efficient;

  6. Video editing skill is a plus

Duration 

FLIA internships are part-time, voluntary positions. The internship program requires a minimum commitment of three months. The average time commitment will be 20 hours per week.

 

We are also looking for web developers

We are looking for:

  1. Front-end developer
  2. Back-end developer
  3. Full stack developer
  4. Database engineer
  5. UI/UX designer

Hours & Compensation:

  1. The expected time commitment for this project is at least 20 hours per week until completion
  2. Pay is negotiable/DOE and may include ownership options in a fledgling startup company

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Previous experience developing web applications
  2. General programming experience with hands-on HTML and CSS skills
  3. Experience writing clean, unobtrusive JavaScript and common libraries (AngularJS, ReactJS, Node.JS, ExpressJS) and debugging tools (Postman, Chrome Dev Tools, etc)
  4. Experience building front-end code and server-side technology with deployment in cross browser compatibility
  5. Familiarity and comfort with source control, testing frameworks
  6. and other aspects of developing in large, distributed software teams.
  7. Sufficient knowledge of relevant technology, such as MySQL, MongoDB, MEAN stack, MERN stack, etc.

Contact Us

If you would like to contribute your time, knowledge, leadership and thoughtfulness to the various research projects and other programs, please contact us at contact@flia.org along with your resume and a cover letter explaining your interest and commitment in joining us. You are the one we are waiting for!

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