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Job ID: 2022-15412 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Research and Laboratory
Bridging Divides Initiative (BDI) seeks multiple State Leads to provide oversight and additional coordination in conjunction with BDI management and operations teams. This position will provide additional technical support to ensure continued information flow between monitoring, analysis, and decision makers. In particular, BDI state leads will help explore collaborative options to ensure existing monitoring efforts are successfully integrated into the broader mitigation and resilience environment in their specific state of focus.
Bi-weekly State-Specific SitRep highlighting key events and trends in political violence to inform on-the-ground activities. Help to develop a state specific research guide, and build a list of resources in the specific assigned state.
Creation and expansion of a State Specific SitRep distribution list, in collaboration with partners working on political violence mitigation in the state. Ensuring key civil society and local leaders are connected with timely, action oriented, accessible research on political violence in their state. Support for meetings or additional analysis in periods of rapid-response, as mutually agreed.
Consistent support and verbal briefings to stakeholder coordination meetings and other state-based groups, including on emerging trends and other issues of concern. State lead may directly brief and join tables, or ensure links to other BDI staff as appropriate. These may be in person or remote meetings.
Other direct monitoring and analysis at the state level, with support from additional research associates, to include but not limited to:
Edit/review/guide state trends write ups
Understanding and communicating the social, political, economic and other impacts of a given conflict as well as the wider conflict context.
As appropriate, producing and contextualizing trends over time by including quantitative analysis of longitudinal data.
Additional work with support from research associates:
Monitor news sources and secondary reporting for relevant events in a particular geographic area, and respond to requests from partners related to rapid alerts.
Identify useful resources, analysis, and information of relevance.
Reviewing and summarizing incidents and providing external links for further exploration.
Demonstrated experience in many or all of the following core competencies required to successfully complete the project:
Interpersonal and communication skills
Reliably able to meet project deadlines
Collaborative and consensus-building decision making
Ability to work independently to locate and interpret information from multiple sources
Familiarity with a variety of social media platforms
Ability to evaluate source credibility
Analytical and critical thinking skills that aim to contextualize ongoing events
Familiarity with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel)
Familiarity with Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, and Forms)
Familiarity with common research tools (NexusUni, ProQuest, Google News Alerts)
Bachelorâ™s Degree or higher in a related field
3-5+ years of experience in research, policy, community engagement, or related role, ideally in or related to a specific state
Significant state-specific knowledge, networks, or experience in one of the following states:
Start date for the position is ASAP. The role is envisioned as a one-year minimum engagement, with opportunities for renewal.
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