Fresh from EASA Applied Anthropology Network: Durham is calling – “Having an Anthropology degree doesn’t imply you have to abide by an academic career. Why not discover career alternatives over FREE lunch?” Convenor of AAN Dan Podjed will take part in the event and speak about opportunities in Europe.
How are your NVivo skills? American Institutes for Research (AIR) is seeking a Qualitative Researcher to join their International Research and Evaluation group in Washington, D.C. The position offers an opportunity to gain first-hand qualitative data analysis and research experience on exciting evaluations of development programs. You will lead efforts to collect, compile, validate, interpret, and analyze data and trends using standard practices and techniques, apply qualitative techniques and methods, serve as project director or principal investigator when appropriate and lead the design and writing of proposals and deliverables. For more details about the position and how to apply, click here.
If you speak French and you want to with Oxfam, they are looking for Public Health Promoter Team Leaders and Coordinators. You will offer support for Public Health initiatives in Oxfam’s Humanitarian response programmes. As part of a multi disciplinary team, you will carry out rapid and ongoing assessments of the public health risks faced by communities affected by emergencies, make recommendations for response interventions which are consistent with Oxfam’s policies and guidelines and identify and assess the current resources and capacity of national counterparts, humanitarian agencies and government authorities to respond to the public health needs arising from the emergency. For more details, click here.
Good luck, fellow job seekers, and until next week!