The International Economics Department is seeking a research administrator to provide administrative support and help oversee projects and other activities within the department such as events, publications and contact database management.
£21,000-£25,000 (commensurate with experience and skills)
Chatham House is looking to commission an independent consultant to assist the Middle East and North Africa Programme in developing a baseline assessment and a monitoring and evaluation plan for a three-year project on 'Future Gulf Dynamics'.
Chatham House is looking for a highly organised individual who can take ownership of departmental events and liaise with high profile guest speakers. The ability to work independently and as part of a wider team is key to ensuring the successful delivery of the department’s agenda.
Salary: £21,000-£24,000 (commensurate with skills)
In this position the successful candidate will be given responsibility for the management and administration of the International Economics Department’s Gender and Growth Initiative, working closely with the Director in the delivery of all related activities and the overall guidance of the Initiative.
£30,000 – £35,000
Chatham House publishes award-winning reports, briefings, research papers and books, as well as the leading journal International Affairs, The World Today magazine, and the Journal of Cyber Policy.