Offer: Global Scholars Program Research and Recruitment Advisor
On the Peace and Collaborative Development Network, I first became aware of the job announcement by the Center for Universal Education. But after reviewing it, it also alerted me to the possibility for 'guest scholars' from around the world to do research in Washington, DC to improve learning opportunities for girls. That has motivated me to bring this announcement to the attention of World Pulse participants. For more information follow, the directions provided below....
Organization - Center for Universal Education (CUE) Location - Washington D.C.
(1) Oversee recruitment to the Global Scholars Program, including revisiting the current recruitment process and conducting interviews; (2) Work with applicants during their candidacy to further develop their research proposals; (3) Work with each of three selected Global Scholars on their research while in-residence, including developing detailed timelines and guidelines and providing in-depth content editing; (4) Work with Global Scholars Program manager to ensure that each of the Global Scholars makes meaningful connections with Brookings staff and beyond during their stay, and that Scholars are fully leveraging networking opportunities; (5) As appropriate, help scholars to leverage their proposals to gain traction with potential partners; (6) Help build communications with the Global Scholars alumni network, including leveraging the network for future recruitment; (7) and (8) Work as a thought partner with the Global Scholars Program Manager and CUE team to continually improve the program.
As part of the Global Economy and Development program at the Brookings Institution, the Center for Universal Education (CUE) develops and disseminates effective solutions to the challenges of achieving universal quality education worldwide. It offers a forum for research, high-level dialogue, and public debate on a range of issues relevant to education in the developing world. Through our Global Scholars Program, CUE hosts guest scholars from developing countries for a four to six month period to pursue research on global education issues, with a specific focus on improving learning opportunities and outcomes for girls. Upon completion of their research, CUE supports the guest scholars in developing and implementing a plan to share their expertise with their home institutions to further build research capacity and expertise.
The Research and Recruitment Advisor will work over the course of two years, beginning in January or as soon as the position is filled: Recruitment will be conducted on a rolling basis with the aim to fill this position as soon as possible.
Application Procedure - Please send expressions of interest to Jenny Alexander at email@example.com Deadline - 1 February 2013