The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a unique global network of policy research centers, is seeking a research scholar for its Washington, DC-based Cyber Policy Initiative. This scholar will lead and contribute to projects on managing cyber conflict, reducing cyber risks to international stability, and developing innovative commercial incentives for cybersecurity.
Responsibilities include conducting in-depth research, writing and editing publications, developing and executing communications and outreach strategies, contributing to fundraising initiatives, and coordinating with other scholars, especially in DC, Silicon Valley, Brussels, Delhi, and Beijing. The scholar will engage regularly with senior international governmental, commercial, and non-governmental experts, as well as those in the U.S., to advance project outcomes and objectives.
The selected scholar’s specific title will be determined based on experience. All candidates should possess an advanced degree (PhD, MA or law) and significant substantive experience dealing with cyber policy, international engagement, and/or private sector cybersecurity broadly defined. Candidates must possess intellectual initiative and creativity; the ability to write, edit, and synthesize policy documents and op-eds; a willingness to engage and communicate with external audiences; and the skills to work collaboratively in team projects with other scholars.
Located in Dupont Circle, we offer an outstanding work environment and generous benefits. Please apply via the Carnegie Endowment website.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected group.