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Salary: £60-80k Dependent on Experience and Career Stage
The Henry Jackson Society (HJS) – a fast-growing and dynamic international relations focused Think Tank (www.henryjacksonsociety.org) – is looking to fill the vital role of Research Director.
The successful candidate will play a critical part in our future development as this is a proactive role which will require you to manage and expand the research capabilities of the organisation. With colleagues in the communications and political departments to assist, you will be playing the lead role in managing and directing our research output, as well as developing and delivering profile-raising material.
This position is an opportunity for an ambitious and well-rounded individual to work in a pivotal and challenging role where no two days are the same, and which provides the opportunity for career growth in an organisation looking to evolve domestically and internationally. HJS is an expanding and developing organisation providing a unique opportunity and experience rarely available at this stage of an organisation’s development.
The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker who is highly motivated, authoritative and keen to play a leadership role as head of a research team. They will have:
Closing date – Friday 3rd March.
To apply, please send a CV and cover letter, including salary expectations, together with two recent examples of your published output and an example of broadcast experience (if available), to Dr Alan Mendoza at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Henry Jackson Society (HJS) is a think tank and policy-shaping force that fights for the principles and alliances which keep societies free – working across borders and party lines to combat extremism, advance democracy and real human rights, and make a stand in an increasingly uncertain world.
In order to extend its impact and influence, the HJS welcomes applications from like-minded and otherwise-suitable experts for its newly-launched fellowship programme. Selected experts will be offered the titles of either “Associate Research Fellow”, if based in the UK, “Visiting Research Fellow”, if based abroad. The duration of each fellowship shall be twelve months.
Applications are welcome from individuals of any country and background, but we are only able to consider applications from individuals who fully fulfil the following basic criteria. Applicants are expected to:
The HJS will provide research support to all Associate or Visiting Research Fellows, but it is not, unfortunately, able to provide remuneration to all Fellows. The HJS will consider which Fellows are remunerated on a case-by-case basis. In cases where successful applicants are not remunerated, Fellows will be encouraged to submit ideas to the HJS for projects that would be remunerated.
The HJS is committed to mutual benefits accruing from the fellowship programme. Thus, successful applicants will be able to:
If you wish to apply to become an Associate Research Fellow or Visiting Research Fellow, please send your curriculum vitae (including a full publications list) and a one-page cover letter to the following email address: email@example.com. All files must be submitted in English.
There is no deadline for fellowship applications. Instead, applications will be considered and decided-upon on a rolling basis.
The Henry Jackson Society offers a variety of internships aimed at politically-minded, enthusiastic, and self-motivated individuals. Our internships offer a valuable immersion into the world of international relations and are designed to foster career development.
Internship programmes are available mainly within The Henry Jackson Society’s research centres but also in some non-research departments, such as Communications, Parliamentary and Events.
The ideal candidate for the Henry Jackson Society internship will have the following skills / capabilities:
Please send a CV, a one-page covering letter including a brief description of why you want to do an internship at The Henry Jackson Society, and a recent writing sample on a topic consequential to one of our research areas (maximum 2,000 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants will only be contacted in the event of being called for an interview.
If applying from abroad, applicants should ensure that they have met any necessary visa requirements for the UK, prior to submitting their application.
Please be advised we are currently at capacity on our internship program until Autumn 2017
Internships can be undertaken on a full- or part-time basis, and usually last for a duration of up to three months. They are offered on a flexible basis so that individuals can, for example, fit their internship around part-time work, studies, or other commitments.
All successful applicants will be expected to take an active role in supporting The Henry Jackson Society’s activities and events.
For further information on the different research within the Society, please click here.