Project Director , Outreach and Advocacy Coordinator , Head of Research , Outreach and Communications Specialist , Information Technology Specialist , Research Analyst (Islamabad)
Employer: The Institute of Regional Studies
Industry: Education and Teaching, IT Support and Networking, Management, Research
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
The Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), Islamabad is an autonomous, non-profit, public sector policy research and advocacy think-tank that works on geo-political, security, economic and socio-cultural issues confronting South and Southwest Asia, with a particular focus on Pakistan.
Established in 1982, the IRS leads regular research, advocacy and publication initiative on issues of regional importance.
The IRS is launching a major 10-months national research, outreach and advocacy project, which may be extended, subject to satisfactory impact evaluation and availability of funds.
Applications are invited from outstanding individuals for the following full-time project positions:-
Outreach and Advocacy Coordinator
Head of Research
Outreach and Communications Specialist
Information Technology Specialist
Research Analyst .
No phone calls will be entertained.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
All positions are based in Islamabad and interviews will be conducted in Islamabad only.
No TA / DA will be provided to short-listed candidates who are called for interview.
The IRS is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and diversity, and welcomes applications from qualified candidates regardless of sex, race, religion, and age.
Cover Letter and Resume with the job title clearly marked in the subject line.
Career Resources, Tips and Guidelines for Successful Job Search
- 149 Questions and Answers to Ace Your Teacher Interview
- The best tips to start your career in Advertising
- 34 Crucial Interview Tips for Your Next Job Interview
- 6 Tips to Ensure Your CV Hits the Bull’s Eye and get read
- 5 tips to find a job in foreign country
- How to become a great Salesperson
- What to Do If You’re Stumped During an Interview