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The Commission invites graduate and PhD students, recent graduates and post-doctoral researchers to participate in this CTBT fellowship program aimed at generating new and innovative solutions to problems in areas related to all aspects of nuclear-test-ban treaty monitoring. The specific research may focus on the nexus between science and diplomacy, developments in the CTBT monitoring technologies and their impact on the prospects for its entry into force of the Treaty. Technical issues could include IMS verification technologies, data processing and on-site inspections as well as the innovative use of monitoring data and methods for other civil and scientific applications. Examples of relevant research topics are discussed in the document, Scientific Advances in CTBT Monitoring and Verification. REQUIRES: A university student pursuing an advanced degree in science, engineering or political science or a recent graduate with an advanced degree in science, engineering or political science; and Good oral and written communication skills in English. When applying, please quote the vacancy announcement number and complete the CTBTO Personal History form. Please visit to apply. Closing date: 12/15/14.



WRI has posted an opening for an outstanding, organized Development (Fundraising) Intern to support the Corporate Sector with donor coordination efforts including stewardship and research, communications, database management, event coordination, and other activities. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree preferred, but college seniors will also be considered. Excellent research skills; Excellent writing skills; Strong oral communications skills; Demonstrated ability to work both independently as well as part of a team. For more information and to apply visit



The World Health Organization's Internship and Volunteer Programme in the Western Pacific Region provides opportunities for graduate and postgraduate students to gain an insight into the work of the Organization, while enriching their knowledge and experience in the field of health, thereby contributing to the advancement of population health. REQUIRES: Minimum of three years university studies, ideally a first degree, in medical or social science or a field related to the work of WHO. The intern must be a student during the internship. Additionally there are limited possibilities for students from disciplines such as Information Technology, Media Relations, Human Resources, Business Administration, Public Administration and Public Health Law and International Relations. Experience in research and in drafting reports would be preferred. Please visit WHO's e-Recruitment website at: Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No. Closing date: 12/8/14. Vacancy no: WPRO/14/INT4



Global Health Fellows Program II is seeking a Population and Reproductive Health Communications Intern (INT-P4-004) in Washington, DC. Anticipated timeframe: February 2015 - May 2015: Compensated 12 week internship. The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP-II) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute in partnership with Global Health Corps, GlobeMed, Management Systems International and PYXERA Global. GHFP-II is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). The Population and Reproductive Health Communications Intern will be assigned to the Front Office of the Office of Population and Reproductive Health (PRH). The PRH Office provides technical leadership, strategic direction, implementation oversight and support to field missions, as well as partner coordination and performance tracking for the family planning component of the USG's Global Health Initiative. The Intern will coordinate with technical teams across the office and draft success stories, fact sheets, and blog posts related to USAID's family planning programs. These documents will be featured on and used for external events. The Intern will also have the opportunity to craft content and strategize new ideas for engaging audiences on USAID's social media channels. This position receives day to day guidance from the Senior Technical Advisor for External Affairs as well as the Communications Advisor as his/her onsite manager. QUALIFICATIONS: Currently enrolled senior in a bachelor's degree program; or completion of such a program within the past 24 months. Demonstrated experience working in communications and/or global health programs is preferred. Proficient with Microsoft Office Programs and managing social media channels (Twitter, Facebook). Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to travel internationally. US citizenship or US permanent residency required. COMPENSATION: $15.52 per hour (non-exempt, hourly wage position). TO APPLY: Detailed information, including an online application and instructions, is available on our website at All applications must be submitted by Monday, December 1, 2014 at 5:00 pm eastern time. We are proud to be an EEO/AA Employer.



International Medical Corps has posted an opening for an Intern who will learn how to provide general backstopping and support for the MENA and GCC Strategy Team. Learn how to assist the MENA and GCC Strategy Team in developing internal and external communications materials. REQUIRES: Current undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in learning. Positive, enthusiastic attitude. Strong writing and research skills. Self-starter with good interpersonal and communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and superb attention to detail a must. Proficiency with Microsoft Office. Excellent time management skills. For more information and to apply please visit our website at and complete the online employment application form found under the tab "Work with IMC". Vacancy no: 14-824



PSI has an opening for an exciting one year, full time research Fellowship that gives successful candidates the opportunity to spend between 6-9 months in the field, working with a highly successful central research team to coordinate data collection and to analyze quantitative survey data using standardized methods and tools across a rapidly expanding global program. This fellowship provides the opportunity for travel, the chance to undertake highly relevant research in remote African/ Asian settings. The data sets may also be used by the Fellow for their own academic research. It's the perfect stepping stone to a PHD or career in field research. ACTwatch is a flagship research project designed to provide policymakers with evidence on trends in availability, price and use of antimalarials and rapid diagnostics tests. Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, DFID and UNITAID, ACTwatch provides ground-breaking evidence related to price and access to antimalarials, including the most effective treatment for malaria, artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs). The surveys are taking place in Benin, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Madagascar, Myanmar, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Cambodia and the project is now in its 7th year. Fellows will be mentored by Research Managers to coordinate the implementation of standardized surveys in one of twelve countries. Together with Country Program Coordinators, the Research Fellow will be responsible for conducting data collection training, fieldwork, data analysis and report production activities according to project standards, protocols, and timelines. Specific tasks include: In-country support, oversight and quality assurance of data collection for the duration of fieldwork (2-4 months spent in-country to support preparation, training, and data collection). Data cleaning and analysis using Stata according to project standards and guidelines. Quality and timely production of study reference documents (comprehensive summary of research findings from each country). Collaboration with co-investigators towards delivering the project dissemination plan, including production of country reports, conference presentations, and publications. ACTWATCH IS LOOKING FOR CANDIDATES WHO CAN MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: Degree in statistics, demography, epidemiology or other related field. Strong quantitative data management and analysis skills. Demonstrated proficiency in Stata is required. Excellent communication and training facilitation skills. Experience designing and conducting/ managing quantitative research fieldwork training, data collection, and data entry in developing countries is required. Malaria research experience preferred. Experience with electronic data collection is preferred. RECOMMENDED APPLICANTS FOR THE FELLOWSHIP INCLUDE: Young professionals, especially public health professionals, researchers and statistics analysts who have up to 3 years of professional study and/or experience in a related field. Master's and doctoral candidates: Graduate-level candidates must demonstrate the capacity for independent study or research. INTERESTED? APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please submit the following documents in addition to your application. Current curriculum vitae, 1 letter of recommendation that speaks to skills in fieldwork and/or analysis, ACT Watch Application. The first page of the online application will allow a resume, cover letter, and attachments including the letter of recommendation to be added. Once the first page is complete, the next page is the ACT watch application. Please visit to apply. Application deadline is December 15, 2014.


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