UNIDIR is hiring a cyber-policy researcher within its Security and Technology Programme.
The Researcher will coordinate and implement the Institute’s cyber portfolio and its activities related to the international security dimensions of cyber security. S/he will produce original research and analysis, and author papers, briefs and studies. In addition, the s/he will support the organization of multi-stakeholder dialogues in the form of workshops and symposia.
An ideal candidate for this position would possess an advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent), have at least seven years of working experience in the field of disarmament and arms control, in particular on cyber issues, and have a proven track record of producing written outputs and publications.
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The Project Manager shall perform the following duties within the Conventional Arms Programme (CAP):
- Managing and implementing, under the supervision of the Programme Lead, project activities
- Supporting the design, development and review of CAP strategies and projects
- Undertaking, under the supervision of the Programme Lead, the day-to-day planning, organization and operations of the Programme
- Providing policy guidance
- Conducting original research and analysis
- Master’s degree or equivalent in international affairs, political science, international law or a related field.
- A minimum of seven years of experience in the field of arms control and disarmament or international peace and security
- Experience in project management
- Fluency in English and French
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