Analyst – Disease Team
Analyst – Civil Unrest Team
Regional Analyst – Disease Team
Seattle and Washington, D.C.
Analyst – Disease Team
• Performs daily data collection to obtain information related to or resulting from the emergence of infectious human and/or animal disease.
• Requires linguistic and cultural familiarity with various regions of the world and the ability to write concise, tactical assessments of identified events as related to public health, economic, sociopolitical, and security issues in the region of responsibility.
• Bachelor’s Degree in public health or related areas is required.
Analyst – Civil Unrest Team
• Performs daily data collection to obtain information related to or resulting from the emergence of civil unrest.
• Requires linguistic and cultural familiarity with various regions of the world and the ability to write concise, tactical assessments of identified events as related to civil unrest issues in the region of responsibility.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Security Studies, International Relations, International Studies, Area/Cultural Studies, Political Science, History, or related degree. • Previous experience in intelligence analysis or other related fields is encouraged but not required.
• Language fluency in Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, or Indonesian is highly desirable; those with fluency in other languages or regional expertise are encouraged to apply. Fluency in English is necessary.
Regional Analyst- Disease Team
• Performs daily data collection to identify early signs of infectious human and/or animal disease.
• Manages and supervises analysts, reviews and integrates the products of analysts, and provides quality control.
• Bachelor’s Degree in social science, public health or related areas is required. Advanced degree preferred. 1-2 years of managerial experience is preferred.
All positions require at least a Bachelor’s Degree in the areas listed in the above description.
Fluency in a foreign language is highly desirable and is preferred in one or more of the following: Arabic • Bengali • Burmese • Chinese • Dari • English • Farsi • Filipino/Tagalog • French • Hebrew • Hindi • Indonesian• Japanese • Khmer • Korean • Lao • Malay • Mongolian • Nepali • Portuguese • Russian • Spanish • Thai • Urdu • Vietnamese.
Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you should your qualifications match the position requirements.
International City/County Management Association (ICMA)
Program and Business Development Manager
ICMA International seeks a Program and Business Development Manager, based in DC, to provide project management oversight for overseas local governance development projects and to support business and proposal activities. Responsibilities include:
* Managing finances and technical performance of at least one program.
* Managing subcontracts; managing and/or supporting a range of proposal development activities.
*Assist in writing proposals, articles, program reports.
Bachelor’s degree in related field. At least 3 years experience in program management and/or proposal development for USAID and other international development agencies. Field experience in developing countries is highly desirable. Willing to travel to conflict areas such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Liberia. Strong written and verbal communications skills in English essential; fluency in a second language is highly desirable. Demonstrated financial management, budgetary and Microsoft Excel skills. Good organizational skills and ability to work effectively in a team environment.
Please submit resume and cover letter to email@example.com with the words Program Manager in the subject heading. Deadline: June 30, 2009. Only applicants with the qualifications stated in this advertisement need to apply. Candidates must have authorization to work in the United States. Also, only short listed candidates will be contacted. No phone calls please.
New York, NY/Washington, DC/London, UK
Eurasia Group is seeking an experienced analyst of Chinese political affairs, to be located in the firm’s New York, Washington or London office.
In this position, you will assess the political risks flowing from political, security and economic developments in China of relevance to Eurasia Group’s financial, corporate, and government clients. You will either have, or will develop, the ability to analyze specific sectors of the Chinese economy, You will perform in-depth research and will write both short analyses and longer papers. You will frequently brief both private sector and government clients and mentor junior members of the China practice. You will therefore have excellent analytical and presentation (oral and written) skills. You understand deadlines and you write in a good, succinct style at native English standard.
You will have at least an MA in political science or a relevant field (PhD preferred). Fluent Mandarin Chinese skills are required, and a minimum of seven years of relevant work experience. One year of relevant in-country experience is preferred. Applications from more senior applicants are also welcomed. All applicants must be eligible to work in the United States or the United Kingdom.
To apply for a position, please submit cover letter, resume and salary history (plain text, PDF, or MS Word documents only) to careers@eurasiagrou p.net with China Director in the subject line. The resume evaluation process will place on an ongoing basis until the position has been filled.