IPAC, a Jakarta-based NGO, is looking for an Indonesian analyst to conduct field research and write reports on political Islam and extremist movements primarily in Indonesia, but with attention to the Philippines and Malaysia, and with a particular focus on the role of women, She or he will be expected to produce at least three publishable reports per year, preferably in English; formulate policy recommendations; contribute to policy discussions; and deliver lectures or briefings in English on request to different audiences.
- Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.
The successful candidate should be an Indonesian national with:
- MA (S2) or equivalent in the social sciences, journalism, law or other relevant field;
- excellent analytical skills;
- at least 2 years’ experience doing relevant field research, with demonstrated ability to write quickly and coherently;
- high level of fluency in English (speaking and writing);
- ability to work independently and under pressure;
- ability to travel frequently and work as part of a small team.
How to Apply
This is a full-time position based in Jakarta. Interested candidates should submit an application with c.v., cover letter explaining their reasons for applying and what qualities they can bring to the work, and two samples of relevant written work. Applications will be received through 15 November 2019, for a starting date of 2 January 2020.