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Job Openings: Center for Global Development

Max Oliva, Associate Director of IE’s Social Impact Management
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There are job postings on the Center for Global Development. We include three, but you can regularly visit their site.

Publications Associate

The Center seeks a publications manager who is knowledgeable about global development policy debates, has excellent writing and editing skills, and exhibits keen attention to detail.

Program Coordinator – HIV/AIDS Monitor

Through focused research and analysis at the global level and in four Sub-Saharan African countries, the HIV/AIDS Monitor will examine the operations, procedures, and performance of these three initiatives in order to gain an understanding of which approaches are most successful in which contexts.
IDRC Visiting Fellow [2]
The Center is seeking applications from leading scholars in developing countries to inaugurate its IDRC visiting fellow program.


Publications Associate [3]
The Center seeks a crackerjack publications manager who is knowledgeable about global development policy debates, has excellent writing and editing skills, and exhibits keen attention to detail. The successful candidate will have a minimum of three to five years publications experience. S/he will readily summarize complex issues in short, lucid prose; and will delight in juggling competing project priorities in a variety of formats on multiple topics in a lively, fast-paced work environment.

Program Coordinator – HIV/AIDS Monitor

CGD’s new initiative [4] on HIV/AIDS is intended to contribute to improved donor policymaking by undertaking and disseminating comparative analyses of the three major sources of international funding for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care: the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria, the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and the World Bank’s Multi-Country HIV/AIDS Program for Africa. Through focused research and analysis at the global level and in four Sub-Saharan African countries, the HIV/AIDS Monitor will examine the operations, procedures, and performance of these three initiatives in order to gain an understanding of which approaches are most successful in which contexts.
IDRC Visiting Fellow [2]
The Center is seeking applications from leading scholars in developing countries to inaugurate its IDRC visiting fellow program sponsored by Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC). This program provides one year sabbatical support for a senior researcher from a developing country on leave from his or her host institution. The ideal candidate will be engaged in policy research in at least one of the areas of CGD focus: aid effectiveness, debt, trade, financial markets, or migration. He/she will be expected to participate in all facets of CGD’s activities, including: conducting original policy-relevant research; collaborating with other scholars; attending professional meetings; participating in high-level policy briefings; and publishing working papers, journal articles, policy briefs and monographs.