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Event Announcements (More details on the Events Calendar)
Monday, Nov. 22, 2021: The Lieber Society on the Law of Armed Conflict announced calls for papers that significantly enhance the understanding and implementation of the law of war. Active members of the regular or reserve armed forces, civilian employees of an armed force or military service veterans are eligible to participate. The winner will receive a certificate and a one-year membership to the American Society of International Law.
Monday, Nov. 22, 2021, at 5:00 p.m.: The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe will hold a hearing on western corporations investing in authoritarian regimes. The committee will hear testimony from Vladimir Milov, Russian opposition politician and economist; Matt Schrader, adviser for China at the Center for Global Impact, International Republican Institute; and Karen Sutter, specialist in Asian trade and finance at the Congressional Research Service.
Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, at 8:00 a.m.: The Atlantic Council will host a panel on media freedom and independent media in Ukraine. Myroslava Barchuk, host at Ukrainian TV channel UA: First; Brian Bonner, former chief editor of the Kyiv Post; Yevhen Hlibovytsky, partner at Ukrainian consulting firm Pro Mova; and Sevgil Musaieva, chief editor of Ukrayinska Pravda, join to discuss the direction of Ukraine’s media environment. Melinda Haring, deputy director of the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center, will moderate.
Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, at 9:00 a.m.: The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) will host a webinar on South Africa’s energy transition deal from COP26. The event will feature Saliem Fakir, executive director at the African Climate Foundation, and Chantal Naidoo, founder and executive director of the Rabia Transitions Initiative. Kartikeya Singh, senior associate and director of programs at CSIS Energy, will moderate the discussion.
Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, at 12:00 p.m.: The Hudson Institute and the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center will co-host an event examining the AUKUS agreement and whether it should become a model for other U.S. allies and partners. Bryan Clark, senior fellow and director of the Center for Defense Concepts and Technology at the Hudson Institute, will moderate the conversation between Henry Sokolski, executive director at the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, and John Lee, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute.
Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, at 12:30 p.m.: The Atlantic Council will host investigative journalist and author Casey Michel to discuss his new book “American Kleptocracy: How the US created the world’s greatest money laundering scheme in history.” Melinda Haring, deputy director of the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia center, will moderate the panel discussion with Michel; Ben Judah, nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center; Paul Massaro, senior policy advisor at the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe; and Michael Sallah, senior investigations editor at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, at 1:30 p.m.: The Wilson Center, the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union, PEN Ukraine and PEN America will co-host Stanislav Aseyev to discuss his new book “In Isolation. Dispatches from Occupied Donbas” and the work that Ukrainian human rights activists are doing to push to impose sanctions for perpetrators of the prison camps. Aseyev will be joined by Maria Tomak, Ukrainian human rights activist and co-founder of the Media Initiative for Human Rights. Matthew Rojansky, director at the Kennan Institute of the Wilson Center, and Emily Couch, program assistant for Eurasia at PEN America, will give introductory remarks. Mykhailo Minakov, senior advisor and editor-in-chief of the Focus Ukraine Blog, will moderate.
Employment Announcements (More details on the Job Board)
Cybersecurity Fellow, the Strauss Center, the University of Texas
The Strauss Center at the University of Texas at Austin seeks an emerging leader in cybersecurity law and policy to join its team as an in-residence Cybersecurity Fellow for the 2022-23 academic year (and perhaps beyond).  This is an exciting opportunity to teach, conduct policy-relevant research, and participate in the larger life of our varied programs. 
Qualifications.  The ideal candidate will be an early-to-mid-career expert with strong academic potential and demonstrable knowledge of cybersecurity legal and policy issues.  In identifying the Cybersecurity Fellow, the Strauss Center will prioritize potential for success in the classroom as a teacher; the ability to produce policy-relevant academic writing; expertise in cybersecurity policy, law, or both; and ability to succeed as part of a collegial, highly-motivated faculty-staff team that places significant emphasis on kindness, goodwill, and a sense of humor.
Duties.  The Fellow will teach one course each semester (most likely cross-listed with both the School of Law and the LBJ School of Public Affairs), on a topic to be determined in conjunction with the Center’s leadership.  The Fellow also will produce original, policy-relevant scholarship on cutting-edge cybersecurity issues, and will participate in the larger project of developing the Strauss Center’s transdisciplinary academic offerings on cybersecurity and interacting with students associated with that program.  The Fellow will also be involved in cybersecurity-related events we host, including our speaker series and the Austin Round of the Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 competition.
Other details.  The Fellow will receive a competitive salary and benefits as a full-time employee of the University Texas at Austin.  The successful candidate will need to be on campus in Austin no later than the beginning of the fall semester in 2022, though an earlier start date may be possible. Renewal beyond the first year is possible as well. 
Interested candidates should apply at this link. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. However, interested candidates are encouraged to apply before the close of business on January 15.
Fellow, Technology & Innovation Policy, R Street Institute
Washington, DC
The R Street Institute—a free-market think tank headquartered in Washington, D.C., and with regional offices across the country—seeks an energetic fellow in Technology & Innovation Policy to work primarily in issue areas such as antitrust and telecommunications, as well as privacy, emerging technologies and online content moderation. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of law and economics tradition, particularly the work surrounding the evolution and importance of the consumer welfare standard and regulatory agency processes. 
This position reports to the director of the Technology & Innovation Policy program. If you want to join a hardworking organization and do something outstanding, this may be just the opportunity you need!
Your typical day at R Street may include researching and writing exceptional policy papers, op-eds and blog posts about significant topics related to privacy, antitrust and telecommunications; engaging directly with leaders on key policy issue areas; and interacting with a range of national and local media outlets to educate and provide context on the most impactful technology and innovation policy.
Other Aspects of Your Role:
Skills and Qualifications:
Workplace
We offer a flexible working arrangement. This is a full-time position that can either work the majority of the week in our D.C. office or be fully remote.
Compensation, Benefits and Perks
R Street strives to provide a compensation package superior to those at other think tanks and nonprofits. In addition to a competitive salary, we provide the following:
R Street does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, era of military service, gender identity, relationship structure or anything else that’s illegal, immoral or nonsensical to use as a basis for hiring.
We currently plan to accept applications for this job until filled. We will contact qualified individuals for telephone interviews and conduct them on a rolling basis. Interviews will be held virtually, via Zoom.
To apply, you must upload a cover letter and resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Program Coordinator, Asia Program, The German Marshall Fund of the United States (Washington, DC)
Department/Program Summary
The Indo-Pacific increasingly tops the foreign policy agenda in both the U.S. and Europe.  At a time when the international rules-based order is increasingly contested, GMF’s Asia Program fosters coordinated U.S.-European approaches to common challenges in the region while building closer U.S.-European-Asian partnerships. Through its long-standing, signature trilateral Track 1.5 dialogues with stakeholders from China, India, Japan, and Taiwan, the Asia Program promotes cross-fertilization of ideas and potential policy solutions in key foreign, economic, and security policy areas. As the United States continues coalition-building in the region and Europe is developing its own Indo-Pacific strategies, GMF Asia’s insights and networks have never been more vital and relevant. The Asia Program’s fellows and staff manage an active set of policy programs, conduct in-depth research, publish regular newsletters and podcasts, and frequently contribute articles and commentary to a wide range of international publications and news outlets. 
Job Summary
The program coordinator will support GMF’s Asia Program on a variety of convening and research activities that foster transatlantic cooperation related to Asia. S/he will assist with the day-to-day program operations including drafting grant proposals and reports, tracking budgets and expenses, contact database updates, program updates (website, calendar, team call notes, booklet, and op-ed collections), managing interns, and providing research and editorial support. The program coordinator will provide logistical support for the Japan, Taiwan, and Korea portfolios which includes the Japan Trilateral Forum, the Taiwan Trilateral Forum, the Young Strategists Forum, and other events. S/he will also take the lead in supporting the Asia Program’s U.S.-based convening. 
Essential Duties/Responsibilities (in order of importance)
Additional Duties/Responsibilities (in order of importance)
Internal/External Contacts:
Autonomy and Responsibility
Knowledge and Skills Needed
Education
Experience
The Organization:    
The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a private, non-partisan, American, public policy and grant making institution dedicated to promoting understanding and cooperation between North America and Europe on transatlantic and global issues. 
GMF does this by: 
 
Founded in 1972 through a gift from Germany as a permanent memorial to Marshall Plan assistance, GMF maintains a strong presence on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC, GMF has seven offices in Europe: Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, Ankara, Bucharest, and Warsaw.  
To Apply:
Please click on this link to apply: Program Coordinator, Asia Program
Please provide a cover letter and your salary requirements.   
GMF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  
Analyst, Center for Defense Information, Project On Government Oversight
Founded in 1981 in partnership with whistleblowers, the Project On Government Oversight (POGO) is a nonpartisan independent watchdog that works to expose waste, corruption, abuse of power, and other instances where the government fails to serve the public. We champion reforms to achieve a more effective, ethical, and accountable federal government that safeguards constitutional principles. POGO has an over $6 million annual budget that supports a staff of over 50 employees. POGO does not accept donations or other revenue from for-profit corporations or the government.
POGO’s Center for Defense Information (CDI) is looking for a talented Analyst to support the team by initiating, conducting, and managing research, analyses, and policy development activities that expose government waste, abuse, mismanagement, and corruption, with a primary focus on defense policy issues. The Analyst will identify subjects of investigation and analysis that will reveal systemic issues, and provide insights to their supervisor and the policy and civic engagement teams to develop policy solutions to identified problems. The Analyst reports directly to the Director of the Center for Defense Information. 
We encourage potential applicants to apply even if they only have experience or familiarity in some of the areas described below. We fully recognize that many great candidates will not have experience in all of the areas we list, or may have relevant experiences and skills that we have not listed or considered.
Responsibilities include:
● Perform in-depth research and analysis utilizing the internet, Freedom of Information Act requests, whistleblower information, sources, government and non-government documents, and other resources. Independently monitor the beat, determine what new developments warrant further investigation, analysis, and advocacy, and bring ideas to supervisor. 
● Publish original analysis and opinion pieces for a variety of publications – including POGO’s website and external outlets – and be a spokesperson for media inquiries on relevant issues
● Conduct original research to draft reports, letters to Congress, coalition letters, and other materials.
● Work collaboratively to advance CDI’s goals and ensure collaboration internally, including with POGO’s communication, investigation, research, policy, civic engagement and development teams
● Support the development team in writing grants, developing programmatic goals, and communicating with donors and POGO supporters 
● Other duties as required to accomplish POGO’s mission.
Qualifications include:
● Minimum of 2 years of research or policy experience including positions in the military, Congressional offices, law enforcement, journalism, or civil society – or demonstrated equivalent experience
● Demonstrated ability to work with sources 
● Excellent attention to detail and accuracy 
● Excellent written and verbal communications skills including: writing clearly, organizing information in a compelling manner, and making effective arguments 
● Strong media skills in addition to keen news judgment and a passion for reforming the Pentagon for more effective, affordable, and ethical national security policy
● Demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities and take initiative to solve problems and adapt to changing circumstances
● Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work on internal teams, across external organizations, and independently when necessary 
● Demonstrated commitment to working in a nonpartisan, collaborative, respectful manner with diverse stakeholders.
● Must be able to deal with confidential information using discretion and judgment.
● (+) Knowledge of how appropriations, budget and regulatory processes work a plus, but not required
● (+) Advanced data analytics skills and ability to write and run computer codes that would further research findings a plus, but not required
Compensation, benefits, and other information:
This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC and includes the listed benefits. 
To Apply: Submit cover letter and resumeNo phone calls please.
Application Deadline: November 11, 2021
 
Deputy General Counsel, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
ODNI/OGC is looking for a Deputy General Counsel.  As detailed in the job announcement, the Deputy General Counsel will lead a team of attorneys and staff providing legal advice and support across a wide range of issues affecting the ODNI and the Intelligence Community.  ODNI is particularly interested in senior-level candidates with knowledge of and experience providing legal guidance on budget development and execution, as well as acquisition and procurement law and policy.  Applications are due November 4, 2021.
Vice President, Marketing & Communications, AccessLex Institute
Since 1983, AccessLex Institute has continually evolved to meet the ever-changing challenges and needs of the law students and institutions that they serve. They are steadfast in their commitment to inform students of the economic realities of law school without limiting their aspirations. They conduct and commission research to illuminate the latest data and evidence on the most critical issues facing legal education today. As a nonprofit organization underpinned by nearly 200 American Bar Association-approved nonprofit and state-affiliated law schools, AccessLex is dedicated to the betterment of legal education.
The Vice President, Marketing and Communications plays a central role in the success of the Company. This position is responsible for leading strategic and tactical efforts to further the identity and reputation of the Company, its Centers and its nonprofit products and services. The Vice President reports directly to the President and CEO and will lead a team that is tasked with creating and disseminating a wide range of content across many different channels in support of the continued acceptance and growth of the Company’s brand and market share/penetration of its products and services, while advancing the Company’s positioning as a leading and trusted voice in the legal education space. Specific qualifications include:
Policy Counsel/Analyst, Free Expression Project, Center for Democracy & Technology
The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) is seeking an enthusiastic advocate to join our team working on issues at the intersection of free expression and technology. This role is ideal for early-career professionals with a background in law (Policy Counsel position) or other advanced degree (Policy Analyst position), and offers opportunities for professional development and increasing levels of responsibility.
This position offers an exciting opportunity to work on challenging issues related to free expression in the United States and around the world, including content moderation, intermediary liability, disinformation, hate speech, terrorist propaganda, fundamental rights protection, and transparency reporting, as well as cross-cutting issues such as surveillance, encryption, voter suppression, machine learning and algorithmic decision making, and privacy.
The position is based in CDT’s Washington, DC office (with remote work currently in effect due to COVID-19). CDT works to preserve freedom of expression and other human rights online through a variety of strategies, including advocacy, public education, and research. CDT engages in legislative debates and litigation at the state, national, and regional level in the US and EU; participates in agency rulemaking and other policy development processes, domestically and globally; and works to build best practices with industry and with other civil society advocates. We work to preserve the open Internet as an enabler of individuals’ fundamental rights to freedom of expression and access to information, by holding governments and companies accountable for the ways they shape our online environment and seeking to empower individuals and communities.
Responsibilities:
This position will report to the Director of the Free Expression Project and work closely with the Director and Deputy Director of the Free Expression Project. Key responsibilities for this position include:
● Conducting in-depth legal, policy and legislative research and analysis and developing policy recommendations;
● Drafting legal and advocacy documents such as policy papers, research reports, blog posts, press releases, testimony, agency comments, and legal briefs and memoranda;
● Advocating before executive branch and legislative policymakers;
● Engaging directly with technology companies to develop best practices and policy recommendations;
● Developing and maintaining productive relationships with other advocates, academics, policymakers, technologists, companies, and communities; and
● Representing CDT through public speaking, participation in coalition meetings, and media interviews.
Qualifications:
An ideal candidate would have:
● Between 1 and 3 years of work experience in legal or policy positions relating to free expression, information policy, civil liberties, or technology policy;
● An advanced degree in a relevant field (e.g. law, computer science, information, public policy);
● Experience in at least one of the following areas: U.S. First Amendment law; E.U. or U.S. intermediary liability law; international human rights law and free expression; content moderation; automated content analysis/filtering; transparency reporting;
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
● Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills;
● Familiarity with technical concepts related to the Internet, freedom of expression, and
content moderation; and
● An energetic, entrepreneurial, and collaborative working style.
Compensation
Salary is competitive with public interest and government pay scales. CDT provides a generous benefits package that includes health care and dental coverage, a retirement plan, paid vacation, sick days, and parental leave.
To Apply
Please send a resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position to hr@cdt.org. The Center for Democracy & Technology is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation in any of its activities or operations. We believe that a diverse staff enables us to do better and more impactful work. Women, people of color, people with disabilities, members of LGBTQI and other historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
External Affairs Officer, Digital Innovation Democracy Initiative, the German Marshall Fund
Department/Program Summary:  
The Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative is the technology program of The German Marshall Fund of the United States, harnessing GMF’s extensive networks across the US and Europe to ensure that the next waves of innovation will support – rather than undermine– democratic values. DIDI connects technologists, civil society, and the transatlantic policy community to catalyze inclusive innovation that strengthens democracy, with a focus on: (1) digital platforms, (2) supply chains and critical technologies, (3) Artificial Intelligence, frontier technologies and industrial policies. DIDI develops new agile, open, and accountable approaches to solving cutting edge challenges.    
Job Summary:
This position will interact with national legislative bodies and government agencies to represent and protect the organization’s business plans and interests. S/he will develop and implement a comprehensive strategy for DIDI’s public messaging needs, including engagement with media and outreach to various audiences across the United States and Europe and proactively message DIDI’s work to the public. S/he will also be involved with outreach to civil society stakeholders.  
Essential Duties/Responsibilities: 
Additional Duties/Responsibilities:
Qualifications and Requirements:
Education:
Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Public Relations, or related field required; Master’s degree in a related field strongly preferred. Minimum five years of related experience, preferably with some government experience.
The Organization:   
The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a private, non-partisan, American, public policy and grant making institution dedicated to promoting understanding and cooperation between North America and Europe on transatlantic and global issues.
GMF does this by:
Founded in 1972 through a gift from Germany as a permanent memorial to Marshall Plan assistance, GMF maintains a strong presence on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC, GMF has seven offices in Europe: Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, Ankara, Bucharest, and Warsaw. 
To Apply:  
Please click on this link to apply: External Affairs Officer, Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative
Please provide a cover letter and your salary requirements.  
GMF is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Program Manager and Fellow to Work on Compelled Data Access, Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative, the German Marshall Fund
Department/Program Summary:
The Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative is the technology program of The German Marshall Fund of the United States, harnessing GMF’s extensive networks across the US and Europe to ensure that the next waves of innovation will support – rather than undermine– democratic values. DIDI connects technologists, civil society, and the transatlantic policy community to catalyze inclusive innovation that strengthens democracy, with a focus on: (1) digital platforms, (2) supply chains and critical technologies, (3) Artificial Intelligence, frontier technologies and industrial policies. DIDI develops new agile, open, and accountable approaches to solving cutting edge challenges.
Job Summary:
The Program Manager and Fellow will report to Senior Fellow and Director of DIDI to develop the formats for high-level meetings, identify and reach out to participants, commission research, and track policy developments in the US and Europe. This person will also grow and foster networks and partnerships, representing and presenting the initiative’s work to policy makers, funders and stakeholders at conferences in the US and Europe.  The Program Manager will be a visible spokesperson and representative of GMF and will conduct research and policy analysis.  The position will involve a mix of program management, outreach, event management, research, analysis, and writing. 
Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
Additional Duties/Responsibilities:
Internal/External Contacts:
Autonomy and Responsibility:
Knowledge and Skills Needed:
Education:
The Organization:   
The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a private, non-partisan, American, public policy and grant making institution dedicated to promoting understanding and cooperation between North America and Europe on transatlantic and global issues.
GMF does this by:
Founded in 1972 through a gift from Germany as a permanent memorial to Marshall Plan assistance, GMF maintains a strong presence on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC, GMF has seven offices in Europe: Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, Ankara, Bucharest, and Warsaw. 
 
To Apply:  
Please click on this link to apply: Program Manager and Fellow, Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative
Please provide a cover letter and your salary requirements.  
GMF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Managing Senior Fellow, Cybersecurity & Emerging Threats Program, R Street Institute
Washington, D.C.
We at the R Street Institute—a free-market think tank headquartered in Washington, D.C., and with regional offices across the country—are seeking a national security and cybersecurity professional to join an outstanding team that is passionate about finding real solutions to some of the toughest challenges society faces in cyber and national security. If we find you to be the right fit, you will report to the director of the Cybersecurity and Emerging Threats program. If you want to join a growing, upbeat organization and do something extraordinary, this may be just the opportunity you need!
Your typical day at R Street will include researching and writing exceptional policy papers, op-eds or blog posts; mentoring and training junior policy staff throughout the research process from conceptualization to publication; engaging directly with leaders on key policy issue areas; and/or interacting with a range of national and local media outlets to educate and provide commentary on national security and cyber issues.
Primary Responsibilities
Other Aspects of Your Role
Skills and Qualifications
Workplace
We offer a flexible working arrangement. This is a full-time position that can either work the majority of the week in our D.C. office or be fully remote with occasional travel to the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. R Street is growing rapidly but remains a close-knit team.
Compensation, Benefits and Perks
We strive to provide a compensation package superior to those at other think tanks and nonprofits. In addition to a competitive salary, we provide the following:
We do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, era of military service, gender identity, relationship structure or anything else that’s illegal, immoral or nonsensical to use as a basis for hiring.
We currently plan to accept applications for this job until filled. We will contact qualified individuals for telephone interviews and conduct them on a rolling basis. Interviews will be held virtually, via Zoom.
To apply, please upload a cover letter and resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Senior Program Manager, Policy, R Street Institute
Washington, D.C.
The R Street Institute—a free-market think tank headquartered in Washington, D.C., with regional offices across the country—seeks a self-directed, organized program manager to help us create systems for handling our projects. If you become part of our organization, you will report to the associate vice president of research programs. If you want to join an energetic, collaborative and multifaceted organization, and do something extraordinary, this may be just the opportunity you need.  
Your typical day at R Street may include improving the estimation of time invested across the organization for crafting a white paper, reviewing committed project deliverables on a highly restricted grant, monitoring the progress and resource allocation to date on a particular project, and mentoring and guiding your colleagues on the best practices of project management. This role will work closely with all of our Policy teams, as well as with Finance and Business Development.
Other Aspects of Your Role
Skills and Qualifications
R Street offers a flexible working arrangement. This is a full-time position that can either work the majority of the week in our D.C. office or be fully remote.
R Street strives to provide a compensation package superior to those at other think tanks and nonprofits. In addition to a competitive salary, we provide a health insurance option entirely paid by the employer (even for families), wellness benefits, an employer-subsidized mobile phones benefit, 401(k) contributions with up to a 4 percent match and an exceptionally generous vacation policy.
R Street does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, era of military service, gender identity, relationship structure or anything else that’s illegal, immoral or nonsensical to use as a basis for hiring.
We will accept applications until the position is filled. We will contact selected candidates for telephone interviews and finalists will take part in virtual interviews.
To apply, please upload a cover letter and resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Adjunct Professor of the Practice of National Security Policy, Duke University, Sanford School of Public Policy
The Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University invites seasoned national security policy professionals to apply for several teaching positions in an exciting new hybrid Executive Masters of National Security Policy for mid-career students seeking to advance in their leadership roles in the national security policy realm in the public and private sectors. Selected candidates will work with existing Duke faculty to build an ambitious new program and stand up the new degree curriculum. They also will have the opportunity to participate in the American Grand Strategy and Counterterrorism and Public Policy Fellows Programs, and collaborate with the Sanford School’s national security faculty on related policy and research projects and proposals.
Applicants may apply to teach one or more classes and may retain professional engagement elsewhere while teaching in the program. The full course list is here; courses of particular need are National Security Leadership, National Security Ethics, National Security Budgeting, National Security Institutions. As a hybrid program responsibilities include  teaching synchronously online, building asynchronous online content, and occasional on-campus immersion sessions. Some classes will start in the summer of 2022, and some in the subsequent semesters of the academic year 2022/2023. The positions will allow for some preparation time in advance of class launches.
Applicants should have a Master’s degree or higher and substantial professional experience in such areas of national security policy and policymaking as defense, diplomacy, development, leadership, ethics, cyber, technology, terrorism, biological threats, and/or global environment. Experience creating and executing applied learning experiences such as simulations, war games, table-top exercises, and leading client-based research programs is a plus, as is online teaching experience. Policy research and writing are of interest, but not required.
Applicants may reside in NC or in any of the partner states with which Duke has employment agreements (California, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington DC).
The Sanford School includes a full-time faculty of almost 70 and offers an undergraduate major, three other Masters programs, and a Ph.D. program. Current faculty members have degrees in a variety of disciplines including demography, economics, history, law, medicine, philosophy, political science, psychology/social psychology, public policy, public health/health policy, and sociology. The Sanford School houses several interdisciplinary research centers, and offers degree-related programs and opportunities in Washington, China, Scotland, India, London and Geneva. More information on the Sanford School can be found at www.sanford.duke.edu.
Candidates should submit a letter of application that traces their professional experience and makes it clear why they would be interested in joining the Sanford School of Public Policy and how their expertise would meet the needs of the curriculum. The letter, along with a CV and the names and contact information of three references (no letters at this stage), should be submitted via the following website: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19142. Applications submitted by October 31, 2021, will be guaranteed consideration. For further information contact Professor Bruce Jentleson, Search Committee Chair, bwj7@duke.edu.
Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
Manager, Business Development, R Street Institute
The R Street Institute—a free-market think tank headquartered in Washington, D.C., and with regional offices across the country—seeks a collaborative and adaptive Manager of Business Development to support business development functions for our policy programs. If you want to join a hardworking organization and do something outstanding, this may be just the opportunity you need. 
Your typical day at R Street may include researching prospective donors, facilitating and reviewing proposals, preparing executives for meetings with potential donors, and tracking engagements in Salesforce. This role will help implement a fundraising strategy for a portfolio of policy programs with a focus on attracting and retaining foundation and corporate donors. The portfolio will likely consist of handling donors and prospects in the following program areas:
Primary Responsibilities
You will collaborate closely with the Business Development and Policy teams to build a healthy pipeline of donors for all program areas. This includes:
Other Aspects of Your Role
Skills and Qualifications
Workplace
We offer a flexible working arrangement. This is a full-time position that can either work the majority of the week in our D.C. office or be fully remote with occasional travel to the Washington, D.C metropolitan area. R Street is growing rapidly, but we remain a close-knit team.
Compensation, Benefits and Perks
R Street strives to provide a compensation package superior to those at other think tanks and nonprofits. In addition to a competitive salary, we provide the following:
R Street does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, era of military service, gender identity, relationship structure or anything else that’s illegal, immoral or nonsensical to use as a basis for hiring.
We currently plan to accept applications for this job until filled. We will contact qualified individuals for telephone interviews and conduct them on a rolling basis. Interviews will be held virtually, via Zoom.
To apply, you must upload a cover letter and resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Request for Resumes, Department of Defense Office of the General Counsel
The Office of the General Counsel, Department of Defense (DoD), is reviewing the resume file for potential candidates for a number of Schedule A, Excepted Service, attorney positions that are under the supervision of the Deputy General Counsel (Intelligence) and support the intelligence and security practice areas. Individuals interested in being considered are invited to review the notice at https://ogc.osd.mil/Careers/. This is not a vacancy announcement.
The office is seeking candidates with expertise relevant to the following roles:
Director of Privacy & Data Project, The Center for Democracy and Technology
The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) is seeking an experienced advocate to lead CDT’s project on consumer privacy and data. The Director of Privacy & Data Project will lead a growing team of 5+ counsels focused on changing the law and business practices to protect consumers’ and workers’ privacy, prevent discriminatory uses of data, and promote responsible use of AI. Key workstreams include: advocating for meaningful federal privacy legislation, direct-to-company advocacy to improve corporate data practices, working with federal and state agencies to promote effective oversight and regulation, and overseeing specific grant projects focused on health privacy, worker privacy, and the impact of algorithm-driven decision systems for people with disabilities and other historically marginalized communities. Each of these workstreams places a strong focus on equity and the risks of discriminatory uses of data.
The Director is a senior member of the U.S. policy team, collaborating frequently with other CDT Project Directors to develop multi-dimensional policy solutions (e.g. at the intersection of privacy and competition, or privacy and online content moderation). The Director also works closely with CDT’s Brussels office, helping to shape CDT’s advocacy on privacy, data and AI in the EU.
This position managing CDT’s largest policy team is an exceptional opportunity for an advocate wishing to shape corporate data practices and AI governance at a pivotal time in technology policy. The Director will engage as a public thought leader, publish written reports and op-eds, testify and speak before external audiences. They must also serve as an effective manager, setting an advocacy vision for their team and overseeing implementation of several substantial grant projects.
The position is based in CDT’s Washington, DC office, with remote work currently in effect due to COVID-19.
About CDT
The Center for Democracy & Technology champions policies, laws, and technical designs that empower people to use technology for good – while protecting against invasive, discriminatory and exploitative uses. For 25 years, CDT has worked to ensure that the Internet empowers, emboldens and equalizes people around the world. Today, CDT is at the center of societal debates about privacy, data and discrimination, surveillance, online speech, misinformation, and other key questions about the role of technology in people’s lives.
CDT pursues legislation at the state, national, and regional level in the US and EU; participates in agency rulemaking and other policy development processes; leads strategic litigation; builds advocacy coalitions; and promotes industry standards and practices that protect users’ civil rights and civil liberties. CDT’s work spans many issues, including (but not limited to) consumer privacy, AI and machine learning, surveillance, online speech, internet architecture, civic technology, competition and election security. We take a rigorous approach that integrates legal, policy and technical expertise, with a focus on developing actionable policy solutions. You can read more about our work at www.cdt.org.
Key Responsibilities:
Qualifications:
Compensation:
CDT offers competitive compensation, and a generous benefits package that includes health care and dental coverage, a retirement plan, and paid vacation, sick, and parental leave. 
Applicants:
Please send a cover letter and resume to hr@cdt.org
Deadline:  
Open until filled. 
The Center for Democracy & Technology is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual or gender orientation, religion, or disability. 
Call for Submissions, Stanford International Policy Review
Call for submissions: Now accepting articles for consideration in SIPR’s Spring 2021 Print Issue
The Stanford International Policy Review invites submissions from graduate students, policy practitioners, academics, and other professionals for its Spring 2021 peer-reviewed print issue. SIPR publishes two issues per year, in the winter and in the spring. SIPR publishes articles, commentary, policy memos and issue briefs, as well as book reviews on international policy topics.
The Spring 2021 issue theme is The Future of Internationalism. SIPR seeks articles that offer insightful policy analysis addressing the fissures and opportunities of the current international system. We invite authors to consider topics like the post-pandemic liberal international order, the United Nations at its 75th anniversary, and shared global challenges (e.g., climate change, terrorism, and technological governance). 
Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Articles submitted before March 15th will receive priority consideration for our fall issue. SIPR will cover the submission fee for the first 100 submissions. After that, the authors will be responsible for a $10 submission fee.
Learn more about submissions here. Please submit pieces for priority consideration by March 15. 
In the Fall 2020 edition, authors examined critical global policy issues including: 
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor – Naval Warfare Analyst
The President, U.S. Naval War College, invites applications for anticipated full-time faculty openings in the Strategic and Operational Research Department (SORD) at the Center for Naval Warfare Studies in Newport, RI. These anticipated openings are available to support a number of ongoing and emergent research programs within the department.
The Naval War College is a Professional Military Education (PME) institution serving the nation, the Department of Defense, and the U.S. Navy. U.S. and selected international graduates earn Master of Arts degrees in National Security & Strategic Studies or Defense & Strategic Studies accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education. The College educates and develops future leaders through the development of strategic perspective, critical thinking, and cultural awareness, as well as enhancing the capability to advise senior leaders and policy makers. The College also helps to define the future Navy and its roles and missions; supports combat readiness; strengthens global maritime partnerships; and promotes ethics and leadership throughout the force. More information on the college can be found at www.usnwc.edu.
Strategic and Operational Research Department. The Strategic and Operational Research Department (SORD) produces innovative research and analysis for the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. interagency, and the broader national security community. It also generates new scholarship in security studies and actively participates in the broader academic community. The SORD department is one of three in the Center for Naval Warfare Studies at the Naval War College, the others being the War Gaming Department and the Stockton Center for International Law. It is home to a number of specialized centers, institutes, and advanced research groups that foster deeper levels of research, analysis, and teaching on subjects of critical interest for the Navy: the China Maritime Studies Institute, the Cyber and Innovation Policy Institute, the Russia Maritime Studies Institute, and the Halsey, Mahan, and Brodie groups. The SORD department’s faculty employ varied and multi-disciplinary approaches to national security issues, generating new knowledge for the Navy and the Department of Defense. The department’s faculty are educated in a range of social sciences, humanities, sciences, and critical languages, and the faculty consists of civilians and retired and active-duty military officers.
Advanced Research Groups (ARPs). There a number of ARPs within SORD that produce applied research and analysis on a series of regional, operational and strategic challenges facing the naval and joint force now and in the future. These research programs involve group work, individual study, faculty collaboration, wargaming, workshops, and research trips to national labs, operational commands, the Pentagon and a wide range of other DoD, academic, and private sector organizations. Most of the groups include a mix of full-time faculty and volunteer resident students from the College who contribute to the research of the ARPs for their master’s degree and JPME academic credit. From exploring emerging warfare technologies to developing operational concepts and strategy, ARPs give the student scholars practical experience that can be applied to their careers. Moreover, the ARPs provide direct input to key planners and decision-makers in the U.S. naval force, across DoD and the U.S. interagency.
Qualifications and Competencies. Candidates must have an advanced degree and experience in assessing and evaluating strategic, operational, and tactical warfare concepts. A Master’s degree is required, a Ph.D. is highly preferred. Desired attributes include: knowledge of U.S. and/or foreign naval and joint technical capabilities and concepts of operations, or equivalent practical experience in advancing technology and functional capabilities; knowledge of naval and joint warfare in all phases of operations from peace time to high-end combat; and/or a background in nuclear topics and strategic deterrence. Experience may have been gained by leading and conducting research, systems analysis, systems operation, and/or development and execution of warfighting operations, tactics, techniques, and procedures within the DoD environment. Experience on research teams, as well as war gaming experience is preferred, but not required.
Candidates must be U.S. citizens and capable of obtaining a Department of Defense TOP SECRET/SCI security clearance. The selected candidate will be subject to a pre-employment drug screening test and to random drug testing thereafter.
Salary Considerations. Salary is competitive and accompanied by a generous federal benefit package that includes health insurance and retirement saving plans, paid vacation, and sick leave, and other benefits. Rank and salary are commensurate with experience and credentials in accordance with the Department of the Navy Faculty Pay Schedule.
Applications. Applicants must reference VA#NWC-20-10 and submit their application package to: nwc-20-10@usnwc.edu. The application package must include: (1) cover letter, (2) curriculum vitae, and (3) names and contact information for three references. Applications will be accepted until 30 September 2020.
Active duty members may apply under this announcement but are subject to eligibility requirements of the Veterans Opportunity to Work Act (VOW). Active duty members must submit a statement of service printed on command letterhead and signed by the command. The statement of service must provide branch, rate/rank, all dates of service, the expected date of discharge and anticipated character of service (Honorable, General, etc.). Please note: you will be ineligible for consideration if your statement of service is not submitted with your application or it shows an expected discharge or release date greater than 120 days after being submitted with your application.
Within the Department of Defense (DoD), the appointment of retired military members within 180 days immediately following retirement dated to a civilian position is subject to the provisions of 5 United States Code 3326.
Questions should be directed to the hiring committee chair, Professor Peter Dutton, at duttonp@usnwc.edu.
The Naval War College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Security Studies, U.S. Naval War College
The President, U.S. Naval War College, invites applications for anticipated full-time faculty openings in the Strategic and Operational Research Department (SORD) at the Center for Naval Warfare Studies in Newport, RI.
The Naval War College is a Professional Military Education (PME) institution serving the nation, the Department of Defense, and the U.S. Navy. U.S. and selected international graduates earn Master of Arts degrees in National Security & Strategic Studies or Defense & Strategic Studies accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education. The College educates and develops future leaders through the development of strategic perspective, critical thinking, and cultural awareness, as well as enhancing the capability to advise senior leaders and policy makers. The College also helps to define the future Navy and its roles and missions; supports combat readiness; strengthens global maritime partnerships; and promotes ethics and leadership throughout the force. More information on the college can be found at www.usnwc.edu.
Strategic and Operational Research Department. The Strategic and Operational Research Department (SORD) produces innovative research and analysis for the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. interagency, and the broader national security community. It also generates new scholarship in security studies and actively participates in the broader academic community. The SORD department is one of three in the Center for Naval Warfare Studies at the Naval War College, the others being the War Gaming Department and the Stockton Center for International Law. The SORD department is home to a number of specialized centers, institutes, and advanced research groups that foster deeper levels of research, analysis, and teaching on subjects of critical interest for the Navy: the China Maritime Studies Institute, the Cyber and Innovation Policy Institute, the Russia Maritime Studies Institute, and the Halsey, Mahan, and Brodie groups. The SORD department’s faculty employ varied and multi-disciplinary approaches to national security issues, generating new knowledge for the Navy and the Department of Defense. The department’s faculty are educated in a range of social sciences, humanities, sciences, and critical languages, and the faculty consists of civilians and retired and active-duty military officers.
Responsibilities. SORD faculty conduct research and analysis across a broad spectrum of areas relating to security studies including strategy and grand strategy, military and maritime operations, conventional and nuclear deterrence, political economy, area studies, and other Navy-related topics. Duties may also include design of and participation in wargames, exercises, and workshops/conferences in support of the Navy and the DOD. SORD faculty will be expected to support student research and remain current and productive in their academic fields of study.
Qualifications and Competencies. Qualified candidates must have an advanced degree from an accredited university. A master’s degree is requires. A research-oriented Ph.D. is highly preferred. Ph.D. candidates who are close to defending their dissertations (ABD) as well as practitioners with relevant and significant experience in the field will be considered. Demonstrated familiarity with the capability to analyze issues of war and the use of military force is required. Knowledge of future military technologies, capabilities, and strategies is desirable. Candidates should have ongoing research projects or be engaged with ongoing planning relating to war, security and strategy that they can continue at the Naval War College.
Candidates must be U.S. citizens and capable of obtaining a Department of Defense TOP SECRET/SCI security clearance. The selected candidate will be subject to a pre-employment drug screening test and to random drug testing thereafter.
Salary Considerations. Salary is competitive and accompanied by a generous federal benefit package that includes health insurance and retirement saving plans, paid vacation and sick leave, and other benefits. Rank and salary are commensurate with experience and credentials in accordance with the Department of the Navy Faculty Pay Schedule.
Applications. Applicants must reference VA#NWC-20-08 and submit their application package to: nwc-20-08@usnwc.edu. The application package must include: (1) cover letter, (2) curriculum vitae, and (3) names and contact information for three references. Applications will be accepted until 30 September 2020.
Active duty members may apply under this announcement but are subject to eligibility requirements of the Veterans Opportunity to Work Act (VOW). Active duty members must submit a statement of service printed on command letterhead and signed by the command. The statement of service must provide branch, rate/rank, all dates of service, the expected date of discharge and anticipated character of service (Honorable, General, etc.). Please note: you will be ineligible for consideration if your statement of service is not submitted with your application or it shows an expected discharge or release date greater than 120 days after being submitted with your application.
Within the Department of Defense (DoD), the appointment of retired military members within 180 days immediately following retirement dated to a civilian position is subject to the provisions of 5 United States Code 3326.
Questions should be directed to the search committee chair, Professor Peter Dutton, at duttonp@usnwc.edu.
The Naval War College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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