MonTREP seeks to be a comprehensive resource to professors and students at the Monterey Institute and within the wider international security community.
The Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program seeks to employ Monterey Institute students in a variety of positions that contribute to overall organizational needs. The three types of positions MonTREP offers are:
Graduate Research Assistant for Professor Joshi
This GRA position will work directly with Professor Joshi on research for various terrorism studies related topics. Work involves researching, drafting, and editing content for various research projects. There is also potential for work on curriculum development/TA tasks for current and upcoming seminars. This position may also be required to perform ad hoc research and administrative tasks related to MonTREPs mission.
- Knowledge of relevant terrorism/counterterrorism issues;
- Excellent writing and analysis skills;
- Knowledge of and experience conducting scholarly research;
- Demonstrated ability to work independently, at times with minimum supervision;
- Professional proficiency with the MS Office suite.
- Foreign language research experience, critical languages are a plus.
While not required, the following qualifications are also desirable:
- MANPTS/Terrorism Studies Certificate or MA student;
- Experience working with research institutions or government/international organizations;
- Experience with social media analysis and database management;
- Familiarity with basic media platforms, Word press, YouTube, etc.
Please submit your resume, cover letter, and short writing sample (2-5 pages) via email to the MonTREP Communications Manager, Leslie Wukstich, at email@example.com. Please include the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.
Application packets will be accepted until Wednesday October 15, 2014.
Typically, positions are for between 5-15 hours and can be paid, based on work-study eligibility.
The Terrorism Studies Club (TSC) is a student-run organization on campus that puts together a variety of events and resources. More information here.
The Center for Career Advising and Services (CACS) is a MIIS resource that provides students and alumni with customized advising and professional development services. Job opportunities are posted on Zócalo.