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The Center for International Development occasionally posts employment opportunities within CID, our Research Programs, and affiliated organizations. To submit an opportunity for consideration, email email@example.com.
Undergraduate Internship Program
We are looking for a creative and assertive intern that can consistently work six to ten hours per week, negotiable. The ideal candidate will provide operational support to office management functions including assisting the front desk and proofreading faculty course materials;
research and prepare material for key meetings including briefings and agendas; draft and edit donor materials including reports, briefs and center materials; and conduct other miscellaneous tasks related to the ongoing activities of a research center. [More]
Events & Outreach Intern
We are looking for a dynamic, analytical, and detailed oriented intern who is keen on understanding how data can be used to make strategic decisions in a non-profit environment. We need an intern who can consistently work 6-to-10 hours a week with CID's Outreach & Events Manager mostly collaborating on outreach projects that have to do with analytics, and specific events and tasks. [More]
We are looking for a dynamic and creative intern who is excited about media and communications and wants to learn more about how these are integral areas to the functioning of a research center. Will assist with video and podcast editing, website maintenance and design work. [More]
The Growth Lab accepts applications on a rolling basis for Research Fellows with experience in project management who are interested in joining its dynamic group of researchers. This is a challenging and exciting position that includes both research and program management. The Fellow may contribute to research on industrial policy, growth diagnostics and The Product Space led by Prof. Ricardo Hausmann, while managing the programmatic aspects of the Growth Lab and other CID projects. We are looking for candidates who have working knowledge in either economic theory focused on growth or trade theory or applied econometrics with an emphasis on identification strategy. The candidate should also have a solid background in management of complex research and policy oriented projects and working with high level clients. [More]
Pre and Postdoctoral Fellowships (Non-Stipendiary only)
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]
Visit the Evidence for Policy Design website for a listing of its jobs/opportunities.