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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 cid@harvard.edu.

Pre and Postdoctoral Fellowships - Growth Lab
CID accepts applications on a rolling basis for Pre or Postdoctoral Fellows who are interested in conducting research in the areas of economic development, growth, macroeconomics and trade as part of the Growth Lab. The Pre or Postdoctoral Fellows will conduct independent research, while contributing to the vibrant community of Growth Lab fellows. The Fellows will also have the opportunity to contribute to applications of the research in the policy arena. [More]

Program Assistant
CID has an immediate opening for a full-time program assistant to support the Center’s research fellows. The ideal candidate performs a wide range of complex administrative duties and provides research support with verbal and written fluency in English, excellent writing skills, and Spanish language proficiency a must. Duties include: Managing applications, nomination forms, travel arrangements, coordinating events/meeting, data management, literature reviews, and ... [More]

Program Fellow - Growth Lab
The position of 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. [More]

Events and Outreach Manager
CID has an immediate opening for an Events and Outreach Manager working in a fast-paced environment with an energetic team. This is a challenging, exciting and high-profile position bridging CID research and administration to diverse stakeholders groups. The Events and Outreach Manager is responsible for the overall development, marketing and implementation of CID events, program activities and center outreach. This position requires event planning and programming experience and communication skills, both verbal and written, to serve as liaison to various CID constituencies including donors. [More]

Front-end Web Developer
CID has an immediate opening for a full-time front-end Web Developer with extensive project management and client experience to manage the successful implementation of web-based projects within the Growth Lab. Projects usually involve open-source, data intensive web platforms that allow users around the world to get the insights from CID's research that can help improve their livelihoods and their economies. Projects may involve international travel (Mexico, Colombia, other).

The Web Developer will join a growing team working on the visualization of world trade data. A core project is The Atlas of Economic Complexity which aims at assisting economists, investors,policymakers and the general public in understanding country and industry trade dynamics. [More]

OPPORTUNITIES

Call for Papers

McGill East Asian Studies Graduate Symposium 2015
The aim of the symposium is to bring together various junior scholars with diverse approaches to the theme Diversifying East Asia: Ideas, Objects, and Identities. We welcome applications from graduate students and postdoctoral researchers engaged in any field of East Asian Studies, including history, archaeology, literature, political science, art history, religious studies, media studies, gender studies, sociology, and anthropology. Please submit an abstract of no more than 350 words to mcgilleas@gmail.com by February 13, 2015. Papers in English or French are welcome. [More]

The Geneva Challenge 2015 - Return Migration
Eager to stimulate reflection and innovation on development from diverse disciplinary and contextual perspectives and with the generous support of Ambassador Jenö Staehelin, the Graduate Institute is launching the second edition of the Advancing Development Goals Contest, an international competition for graduate students. In 2015 the challenge is to discuss how return migration can contribute to social or economic development. The idea is to gather contributions that are both theoretically grounded and offer pragmatic solutions to a relevant international development problem stemming from an interdisciplinary collaboration between 3 to 5 enrolled master students from anywhere in the world. [More]

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