After a period of significant growth, the institute is now seeking a Deputy Director: a new role within the organisation.
Chatham House is consistently ranked as one of the world’s leading policy institutes. It provides rigorous and independent analysis on how to build a sustainably secure, prosperous and just world, and engages regularly with world leaders as part of its extensive programme of events. At a time of tumultuous change in global affairs, Chatham House’s profile has risen significantly, as has demand for its research and publications.
After a period of significant growth, the institute is now seeking a Deputy Director: a new role within the organisation. The Deputy Director will oversee and co-ordinate the institute’s multiple areas of research and work closely with the Director and Research Directors to ensure the delivery of a wide range of high-quality and influential research outputs. The Deputy Director will also play a key role in coordinating the institute’s relationships with its major research funders and nurturing potential new research areas. They will deputise for the Director, Dr Robin Niblett, both internally and with relevant external audiences.
Candidates will demonstrate a collegiate and proactive approach and possess excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills. They will have senior experience in a relevant environment and a strong reputation in an area relevant to Chatham House’s research. They will have the leadership and strategic skills to make a significant contribution to the institute’s ongoing development.
How to apply
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