Become part of the Atlas family and join our international team who looks after students from all over the world!
We are offering internships in all our departments and are continuously looking for enthusiastic, friendly and detail-oriented interns who like to gain an insight into the running of a language school.
All our internship positions are long-term, i.e. you should be available 5-6 months and ideally bring the following characteristics:
- upper-intermediate to advanced English; knowledge of German, French, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese is a plus
- communicative, reliable, independent and able to take initiative
- team spirit, kindness and openness towards people from all over the world
- a good eye for detail while being able to multi-task
- strong interest in working in an international environment
- permission to work in Ireland
- experienced in working with Google Mail, drive, dropbox and interested in learning to use the school’s system
THE INTERNSHIP POSITIONS:
You will provide support for the administration of the school – from welcoming students at reception, answering enquiries (walk-in, phone calls), registering students, giving support to the Academic Team or providing help wherever it is needed during busy periods.
Enquiries and Online Marketing Department
You will provide support to our Enquiries and Online Marketing Department. This will involve answering direct enquiries, booking students into the school system, conducting Internet research, updating online directories, maintaining our online presence and much more.
You will provide support for our Admissions Department which involves looking after our student enrolments, preparing documentation for new and existing students, dealing with holiday requests from students and communicating with agents and different departments of the school.
You will work closely with the Groups and Social Programme Coordinator and will get involved with organising and booking social programme activities, liaising with group leaders and administering our groups.
You will support our Finance Department with bank reconciliations, maintaining creditors ledgers including paying suppliers and reconciling accounts and help with general admin work relating to the finance department.
This internship aims at education-related students, graduates and young jobseekers who are interested in gaining experience in an international environment. You will learn about language course design and delivery and get an insight into the running of a language school from an academic point of view. Previous teaching experience is a plus!
The intern will provide support to our Accommodation Department which involves looking after our host families and students regarding all aspects of their homestay. You will be working in close cooperation with our Admissions Department.
If you are interested in working with us, we’d love to hear from you. Apply for an internship at Atlas!
**Please note that we have filled all internship positions for the first half of 2018. If you wish to apply for an internship from June/July, we look forward to hearing from you.**
What our interns say.
"I really like Atlas because it is nice to be surrounded by so many international people and share a similar experience of coming from a foreign country to Ireland. I like that everyone is so open-minded, friendly and supportive."
"It is a very international environment with people from a lot of different backgrounds and I love working in a very outgoing and friendly team. Of course the school is also located in a beautiful building at a great location close the city centre. On top of that I was offered a full-time job position following my internship."
"I like that people here are so open-minded and that you can find people from so many different cultures at Atlas."
"I like the people, especially my co-workers – they are all so friendly and I can ask them questions at anytime. The Atlas building is my favourite building here in Dublin."
"The atmosphere in the office is pretty enjoyable and all co-workers are very helpful. I like, that students are not forced, but rather motivated to study here, which creates a positive spirit."