The position offered is full-time with a competitive salary and excellent benefits.
To Apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter by email to
http://www.wisconsinproject.org/aboutus/employmentandinternship.htm No calls please.
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RESEARCH ASSOCIATE - NONPROLIFERATION/INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
AT THE WISCONSIN PROJECT ON NUCLEAR ARMS CONTROL - Immediate opening
Description: The Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, a non-profit research and advocacy
organization in Washington, DC, has an opening for an associate who would concentrate on research relevant to the spread of weapons of mass destruction.
A candidate for this position should have a strong academic background, including a graduate degree, and at minimum two to five years' experience researching and writing for publication. The candidate should also have a demonstrated commitment to stopping weapons proliferation. Foreign language proficiency would be helpful. Some IT knowledge is also a plus.
The associate would help investigate suspect sales of strategic technology and identify foreign entities that participate in efforts to build nuclear weapons, chemical/biological weapons, or the missiles to deliver them. The associate would perform both digital and hard-copy research, and may be asked to write publishable articles. The associate would also assist with managing the Risk Report database, especially in maintaining subscriber relations and overseeing the research of program interns.