Council on Energy, Environment and Water Integrated | International | Independent

Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), New Delhi
Communications Intern

Terms of Reference

At CEEW, we are deliberate about what we stand for (and what we do not stand for!) as an employer. So, if the description below strikes a chord, we would love to hear from you!

We are proud to build careers in public policy.

  • We offer strong visionary leadership – with emphasis on research and impact at scale​
  • We actively promote leadership by initiative​
  • We celebrate talent and ambition​
  • You will be surrounded by smart people who will challenge you and help you grow​
  • You will learn faster than your peers in other organization’s​
  • Curiosity and irreverence, as well as responsibility, come together at CEEW​
  • You will get above-market remuneration​
  • We provide a safe space for all​
  • At CEEW, your life is your example for others​

Designation offered Communications Intern

Team Outreach

Location New Delhi

Reporting to Communications Associate

Duration2 months (extendable basis mutual agreement)


Support the Outreach team primarily in launching the Humanising Climate Risks campaign. Humanising Climate Risks is a multimedia project that captures the voices of climate-vulnerable communities from different parts of India. As opposed to the common narrative of loss and damage around the climate crisis, the focus of the project was on resilience and how communities respond to the climate crisis. The project covered some of India’s most climate-vulnerable states — Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand.

Watch the first film from the project here

An ideal candidate should possess excellent communication and designing skills, knowledge of digital media and ability to liaison with external stakeholders and third-party vendors. The candidate should be solution-oriented, detail-oriented and committed to adhering to timelines.

Deliverables and responsibilities 

  • Support the Communications Associate in ideating, planning and executing the launch event of Humanising Climate Risks.
  • Designing high-quality creatives for social media and other communications material (using online design tools such as Canva).
  • Identify and liaise with external partners/film cubs to screen project films after the launch
  • Identify and liaise with film festivals and film awards organisers 
  • Assist the Communications Associate in developing project newsletters.
  • Coordinate with third-party vendors (designers, printers, photographer/videographer) to ensure that collaterals are delivered as per timelines. 
  • Brainstorm with the team on creative engagement ideas for promoting the project campaign on digital media and work towards executing these.
  • Provide on-ground support for CEEW events.
  • Support the Communications Associate in other tasks as and when required.

Requirements and Qualifications


  • Master’s/Bachelor’s degree in film studies, communications, journalism, public policy or any related fields preferred.

Work experience and other skills

  • 0-1 years experience  in digital media management or a similar role
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent eye for detail
  • Excellent grasp of English language 
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure
  • Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively

If you are a highly motivated individual with a passion for films, we would like to speak to you. If you are a willing learner who can excel in effective communication of not-so-simple ideas, we would consider hiring you.

CEEW operates in a dynamic environment, and the candidate will be required to show flexibility in undertaking various tasks.


Competitive compensation – commensurate to the experience and matching the best of standards adopted by industry or other similar organizations for similar roles.

Application Process

CEEW is an equal opportunity employer and the selection process does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, or caste. Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Interested applicants are advised to apply at the earliest.

We will only notify shortlisted candidates. We appreciate your interest.