Job Opportunity: Senior Research Associate @ UP CIDS
The Political Economy Program (PEP) of the UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies is looking for a Senior Research Associate. The monthly rate of the position is PHP 38,785.20. Application deadline is on 18 November 2022.
Duties and Responsibilities
These include the following:
- Conduct and write research on development issues;
- Undertake project development and networking;
- Assist in organizing events; and
- Perform other tasks as assigned by the Program Convenor.
- Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
- At least one year professional experience in writing and research
- At least four hours of relevant training
Application Requirements and Process
Interested applicants may submit the following:
- Letter of intent, addressed to Dr. Antoinette Raquiza, Program Convenor
- Curriculum vitae
- Two writing samples
The deadline of application is on 18 November 2022. Kindly send the application and any questions to [email protected]
About the Political Economy Program of UP CIDS
The Political Economy Program (PEP) is one of 12 research programs under the University of the Philippines’ Center for Integrative and Development Studies (UP CIDS). PEP seeks to contribute to development policies and initiatives that promote domestic production, higher productivity, and the just distribution of development resources. It strives to create spaces for critical engagement between the academic and research communities, government, industry, and producer groups. It recently published a policy brief, “Waste Heat Recovery and Energy Efficiency for Small and Medium Power Users,” which can be downloaded here:
Visit the PEP page to learn more about the program and to download more publications:
The UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies (UP CIDS) is a policy research unit of the University of the Philippines. It is mandated to encourage collaborative and rigorous research addressing issues of national significance. Currently, it has 12 research programs. Its recent publications include the policy brief, “Tax the Rich! Nine Reasons for a Wealth Tax,” which can be downloaded here.