Gender & Development Advanced Research Fellowships

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Gender and Development Advanced Research Fellowships, Atethemis Inc.
Closes: Sep 30, 2017
WebsiteAtethemis, Inc.

Atethemis, Inc., is recruiting outstanding candidates for research fellowships. Atethemis, Inc., is a small woman-owned international development firm. Atethemis maximizes positive change in people’s lives for a given investment, with a focus on gender analysis and gender assessment.

The selected fellows will have exposure working with an international development organization and gain valuable research experience related to gender analysis. The fellows will work in Atethemis’ gender and international development program.

Description
Fellows will be mentored and receive training.
Fellows will help develop cutting edge technology in gender analysis and international development.
Fellows will use qualitative research skills to conduct literature review and/or code documents that are a part of a resource library specific to gender analysis.
Fellows will support development of analytic questions and templates related to gender analysis.

Details

Atethemis, Inc., fellowships are from September – December 15, 2017 and are fellowships with a paid stipend after completion of the fellowship ($750/ semester) with no expectation of employment once the fellowship ends. Fellows are expected to work a minimum of 10 hours/week. Persons receiving academic credit for fellowships are welcome to apply.

Required Qualifications
Currently earning a master’s degree in international development, public health, gender studies or other related field.
Excellent research and writing skills and attention to detail.
Ability to use Atlas.ti and NVivo to conduct qualitative research analysis.

What we look for
Professionalism, integrity, and a respect for diversity
Creative problem solving
Accountability
Effective communication
Awareness and sensitivity regarding gender issues

How to apply

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume and two references to jmenon@atethemis.com by September 30, 2017. Please cite PCDNetwork as the source of the posting in your application.

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