Title: Senior Transatlantic Fellow, Europe Program
Reports To: Director, Europe Program
Closing Date: October 10, 2014
The German Marshall Fund of the United States seeks to hire a Senior Transatlantic Fellow for its Europe Program.
The Europe Program contributes to the European and transatlantic policy debate through analysis, research, and policy recommendations to help improve the political, economic, financial, and social stability of the EU and its member states. The Europe Program has an extensive work program which focusses on four key areas: integration and disintegration in the EU; the challenge of reconnecting Europe’s South; challenges in the EU’s neighborhood; and Germany’s role in Europe. It was launched in January 2014 and builds on the work of GMF’s EuroFuture Project.
This position offers an excellent opportunity to work in a non-partisan public policy institution that promotes greater cooperation and understanding between the United States and Europe.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Conduct research and analysis to further the intellectual goals of the program, specializing on at least one of the Europe Program’s four key areas
- Contribute papers and policy briefs to GMF’s publication series
- Author op-eds, commentaries, and articles for external publications
- Contribute to conceptualization and development of program strategy
- Implement activities like workshops, event series, research projects
- Help oversee the Europe Program’s publications in collaboration with the program director and other team members
- Assume further managerial responsibilities in cooperation with the Program Director
- Represent GMF and the program at conferences, workshops, at panel discussions and other speaking engagements in the US and Europe
- Serve as a resource for public information such parliamentary inquiries and media interviews
- Help to ensure financial sustainability of the program by working closely with the program director and GMF’s Partnerships team
- Expand and maintain a large international network of collaborators on both sides of the Atlantic