Working at Stripe Partners
Stripe Partners is a diverse international team of specialists from different fields and backgrounds. We are always searching for new talent to enrich our cohort.
We run two intern programmes a year. Both offer recent graduates the opportunity to work with us for three months. These are fully paid positions and offered to candidates as a trial for them and us. Interns who successfully complete their three months with us become Junior Consultants.
We are always looking for people with…
Academic excellence and analytical rigour in the social sciences and / or design.
Determination to create impact in the business world.
Passion for understanding other people’s realities.
Curiosity to learn, make mistakes and ask for help.
Unwavering energy and positivity in teams.
Applications close 6th January
It’s a great time to be a social scientist. The (paid) research internship at Stripe Partners will show you what you can do in business with your academic training.
We have an opening for an intern to join us full time for 3-months. This is an opportunity to secure experience with a consultancy with blue chip clients doing work globally. If it’s a good fit, we would look to make this a full-time graduate position.
Please apply by emailing antonia.hughes@
This position is only available to people with the existing right to work in the EU.
The key qualities we’re seeking
Storytellers with an eye for identifying and explaining the important detail from a mass of unstructured data.
Quick learners who are happy to roll up their sleeves and get stuck in.
Inquisitive thinkers that are equally curious about human behaviour and how companies can succeed by understanding it better.
Candidates who will thrive in flexible and fluid working environment, who prioritise what needs to be done over a rigid job description.
Languages are a bonus. We work globally.
What you will do
Work across engagements from planning to completion with plenty of opportunities to undertake ethnographic fieldwork in the UK and beyond.
Collaborate with leading ethnographic researchers and strategists on tough engagements for major, international clients.
Learn how to translate ethnographic fieldwork into insights, ideas and recommendations that have an impact (and aren’t just ‘interesting’).
Improve your communication, presentation and writing skills at the intersection of business and social sciences.