The Uganda job with me is perfect for a recent undergrad or Master’s student, ideally someone with some research experience. It’s a one year position (maybe two), based in Kampala running two studies:
- an anti-vote buying field experiment with me and Haracio Larreguy at Harvard, and
- an 8-year follow-up survey to a cash transfer experiment in northern Uganda with Nathan Fiala at U Conn.
This is a great experience prior to getting a PhD or the ranks of professional impact evaluators. We’re looking for someone to start ASAP, so apply soon. We hope to make a decision in the next 3-4 weeks. Learn more and apply here.
The second job is with the NYC-based research department at International Rescue Committee, which my wife Jeannie Annan heads. It’s a study of a huge cash transfer program related to children’s education in Pakistan. It is perfect for someone wiuth a few years of research experience under their belt already. Apply here.
P.S. Don’t email me directly with questions or application, but rather go through the channels above. I’m not involved in the early hiring rounds and only see and talk to the final short list.