The Hudson Institute is hiring a Research Assistant to work with our own Walter Russell Mead. From the position description:
Hudson Institute is hiring a research assistant to support Distinguished Scholar Walter Russell Mead. The job is based in Washington, DC. The start date is flexible; candidates are expected be available no later than early June. An earlier start date is up for negotiation.
As a Distinguished Scholar at Hudson Institute, Professor Mead engages in a wide range of activities: research, writing, lecturing, briefing elected officials and policymakers in the United States and abroad, and helping the next generation of thinkers, writers and policymakers develop the tools and expertise that the rapidly changing world of the 21st century will demand. His research associate’s job is to support those efforts and involves a mix of administrative, writing, editorial and research tasks.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to advance a career in journalism, publishing, public affairs, private business, or policy analysis. Past holders of this position have gone on to prestigious fellowships, further academic study at leading universities, jobs at other media publications, diplomatic and military service, and careers in business.
For instructions on how to apply, visit Hudson’s website.