We are seeking a full-time Associate Director to join our team, someone eager for a 2-year adventure at a critical time in the company’s growth.
This announcement invites (a) (future) PhD students and (b) young postdocs, who are able to complete successfully their own research, which follows the general thematic frame of the project on “The bureaucratisation of African societies”. This topic will be considered in regard to politics, economy or society and religion in Africa and the African diaspora. The project addresses explicitly, but not exclusively, also non-state and informal bureaucratic practices and experiences, such as in the informal sector or in associations. Projects may consider, for example, processes of formalisation and data collection, or the spaces, materiality or imaginaries of bureaucratic practices, etc. The regional focus and time period are open, and not limited to Senegal.
A major global foundation has engaged Saybrook Partners to produce an authoritative history of the foundation, to be published by a leading trade or academic publisher. Saybrook invites applications for two (2) research historians to work full-time on this project as part of a team of researchers and oral historians.
The DRC Coordinator will help the Program Director lead a dynamic team of professional staff, consultants and volunteers to develop and carry out work to advance all aspects of the Program in the DRC. The DRC Coordinator will represent PHR with the government, local, and international partners in the country. S/he will take a leading role in implementation and expansion of the Program in the DRC, along with PHR’s locally-based Police and Justice Expert, in accordance with PHR program design and policy.
The Youth Pulse project is looking for an experienced Project Manager to share management of a team of 20 Research Assistants and Fieldwork Coordinators for an exciting research project in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. The role of the Project Manager would be an intensive one, with significant amounts of responsibility, but always working within a team in the Eastern Cape, with lots of support from the Universities of Cape Town and Oxford. The position will run until at least the end of 2016, with possibilities to extend for a year, starting as soon as possible, and depending on Project Manager availability.
The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago invites applications for the position of Research Associate in Egyptian Archaeology, with a special focus on settlement and harbor archaeology. The person hired in this capacity must have extensive fieldwork experience including the direction of larger projects for the various phases of the Pharaonic period and he/she will be expected to conduct excavations in Egypt.
Building on our commitment to diversity and access, The Programming Historian is seeking a new team member to help us bring the project to 400-million Spanish speakers worldwide. We envisage this to include both translation of existing resources, and the cultivating of a Spanish-language community of users and contributors. There is significant scope to make this role your own.
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The position will require you to use your planning education and web editing savvy to assist the ACSP with the content, appeal and member engagement of the new web site. The position will require the individual to work remotely from the Association office (in Tallahassee, Florida) but to engage with the office on a regular basis. The individual will work as an independent contractor for the ACSP supervised by the Association’s current manager, Donna Dodd.
Mozilla is seeking an experienced and creative leader to take on the design and management of metrics and impact evaluation at the Mozilla Foundation.
As Digital communications lead for Oxfam’s Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) in Agriculture Knowledge Hub, you will play a pivotal role in enabling the knowledge hub to fulfil its function as network facilitator by managing an online platform, supporting social media, and implementing a communications strategy aimed at reaching practitioners working on WEE within Oxfam and externally. You will stimulate lively online discussions, and connect people to each other, to resources and to learning processes/events.
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