JOBS@ECPR-METHODS: Postdoc, DevLab@Duke
The DevLab@Duke at Duke University has one opening for a Post-Doctoral fellow working to develop rigorous programming, collect monitoring and evaluation data, and conduct impact evaluations of development projects. Prospective candidates are expected to have done graduate work in one or more of these areas:
* International Development
* Political Science
Successful candidates will collaborate with Professors Erica Field, Erik Wibbels, Pablo Beramendi, Edmund Malesky, Manoj Mohanan, Marc Jeuland, Robert Garlick and other members of the lab in an interdisciplinary environment. They will be expected to work with lab associates to provide timely input to development practitioners affiliated with the DevLab —including donors, implementers and evaluators—at all stages of project conceptualization, design, implementation and evaluation. Lab activities will leave considerable time for independent research, and the position offers ample opportunity for developing new research projects in conjunction with DevLab members.
C9 – Design of Experiments
I0 – Governance, Health, Education, and Welfare
O0 – Governance, Economic Development, Technological Change, and Growth
There is no deadline for applying to the opening, but applications will be considered on a rolling basis starting immediately. The start date is as soon as possible, but ideally no later than January 1, 2017. The position comes with very competitive salary and benefits. The initial appointment is for one year, with options of renewal for another one or two years. For questions/information, please email Lauren Faber.
• Letters of Reference
• Cover Letter