Jobs & Opportunities

The Center for International Development occasionally posts employment opportunities within CID, our Research Programs, and affiliated organizations. To submit an opportunity for consideration, email

Intern/Project Analyst for 2014-15 Academic Year
The Center for International Development (CID) is seeking a student to join us as an intern for the 2014/15 academic year. The successful candidate will have the unique opportunity to work closely with our energetic and friendly CID staff while gaining experience in a high-profile, fast-paced office.

Responsibilities will include supporting office management in scheduling, financial reconciliation, and other miscellaneous projects related to the ongoing activities of the Center; working with the staff to prepare research materials for key meetings; and drafting communications regarding new programs and initiatives.  CID is looking for a well-rounded candidate with strong oral and written communication skills and who can work well in a dynamic environment. [More]

Program Fellow - Growth Lab
The Growth Lab Program Fellow is a challenging and exciting position that includes both program management and research. The Fellow may contribute to research while also helping to manage the programmatic aspects of the Growth Lab and other CID projects on, among other things, industrial policy and growth led by Prof. Ricardo Hausmann. The position will include assisting with program design and oversight of program activities, forming new relationships and contacts, drafting proposals, organizing events, writing papers and updates for policy makers & donors, as well as contributing to CID's web-communications. The ideal candidate will take the initiative and search out opportunities to expand both the research and impact of CID’s activities.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in public policy, international development, business administration, or related field
    • Ability to use STATA to analyze data (required)
    • Minimum 2 years of directly related experience
    • Strong ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing
    • Proven ability to write effective proposals, reports and papers
    • Strong program management and/or project management skills


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