Available Positions in New York or Washington, DC
Ralph Bunche Fellow or Senior Fellow for Africa Policy Studies
The David Rockefeller Studies Program at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is seeking to fill the Ralph Bunche Chair. The Council established the chair in 2003 to further research that identifies the major challenges and opportunities facing Africa and that provides concrete, tangible policy recommendations for enabling African countries to achieve their potential. The fellow or senior fellow selected to hold the Ralph Bunche chair will be expected to conduct original research and writing on the major issues affecting African countries. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual looking to shape the national conversation on U.S. policy toward Africa.
Available Positions in New York
Advertising Operations Associate, Foreign Affairs
The Advertising Operations Associate in Foreign Affairs magazine will coordinate the successful execution of digital advertising products and assist in most departmental operations, providing administrative and operational support in the areas of research, finance, production, and database management. The role will report directly into the Advertising Director and supports ad sales objectives.
Associate Editor, Foreign Affairs
The Council on Foreign Relations is looking for an Associate Editor to join the Foreign Affairs editorial team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-paced team dedicated to publishing expert analysis of current events. The Associate Editor will serve as a general article editor working on both print and online articles. The job will involve editing pieces, generating story ideas, and assisting with other publication-related tasks.
Social Media and Audience Development Editor, Foreign Affairs
This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-paced team dedicated to publishing expert analysis of current events. The Social Media and Audience Development Editor, Foreign Affairs will be responsible for maintaining Foreign Affairs’ social media presence and assisting with the curation and production of email newsletters and other editorial products. The ideal candidate will combine a strong knowledge of international affairs with sharp writing skills, close attention to detail, and a keen interest in helping Foreign Affairs articles find an audience.
Staff Editor, Foreign Affairs
The Council on Foreign Relations is looking for a Staff Editor to join the Foreign Affairs editorial team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-paced team dedicated to publishing expert analysis of current events. The new editor will serve as a general article editor working on both print and online articles. The job will involve editing pieces, generating story ideas, and assisting with other publication-related tasks. Current opportunities are on a fully remote basis through the end of calendar year 2020.
Program Assistant, Corporate Affairs
The program assistant will support the work of the Corporate Affairs department, which administers the Corporate Program, and is the Council’s primary point of contact with the private sector. The Corporate Program raises $6 million through its membership program, which offers a forum for executives from approximately 120 leading global business and financial firms to explore issues at the nexus of business and foreign policy.
Program Assistant, Membership
The Program Assistant will work under the direction of the Vice President of Meetings and Membership. The Membership team coordinates the selection process of new members, and serves as the front-facing department for CFR’s 5,000 members in order to enhance their member experience.
Program Assistant, New York Meetings
The Program Assistant will be a member of CFR’s Meetings Program, which brings major international and domestic officials, thought leaders, and others together with CFR members over the course of more than 100 meetings each year.
Director of Product, Foreign Affairs
The Director of Product will oversee digital product strategy for Foreign Affairs. This person will be responsible for maintaining the product roadmap and helping to drive product strategy for editorial, business, and engineering departments through discovery and kickoff with stakeholders, brainstorming sessions, research, data analysis, and design. The role will report directly into the Chief Revenue Officer with a dotted line to the Editorial team.
Assistant Director, Studies Administration and Junior Staff Professional Development
CFR’s David Rockefeller Studies Program is one of the country’s largest foreign policy think tanks with a widely respected and influential research staff. The Director of Studies office manages and administers staffing, budgeting, fundraising, and developing and implementing departmental procedures. The assistant director will be part of a dynamic team and will work under the direction of the director of studies administration and the deputy director for studies administration to help support the wide range of department activities.
Assistant Director, Foreign Affairs Media Relations
The Global Communications and Media Relations office works to promote the Council on Foreign Relations’ programs, publications, and scholars. It uses the full complement of channels and platforms to reach target audiences, including traditional and social media outreach, webcasts, podcasts, conference calls, and press briefings. The Assistant Director is responsible for positioning and promoting CFR, with a primary focus on the media relations efforts for Foreign Affairs magazine and its website, ForeignAffairs.com. This position reports directly to the Vice President, Global Communications and Media Relations.
Available Positions in Washington, DC
Research Associate, Middle Eastern Studies
The Research Associate will work under the direction of the senior fellow whose work focuses on the Middle East and on democracy promotion. All CFR events are currently being held virtually, and the staff is working on a fully remote basis until at least September 2021. When in-person work resumes, this position will be based in CFR’s Washington, DC office.
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