JOB- OSCE Academy in Bishkek, Deputy Director, Re-Advertisment
Posted by: Tim Epkenhans <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The OSCE Academy in Bishkek seeks a qualified candidate for the
Starting Date: December 2007/January 2008
The Deputy Director works closely with the director of the OSCE and
acts for the director in case of absence. She/he represents the OSCE
Academy in public and maintains contacts with partner organizations
and official institutions in accord with the director. She/he is
responsible for administrative issues as well as the three components
of the Academy's professional activities: Professional training, the
"Master of Political Science (Central Asia)" study program and
research. She/he arranges and personally engages in professional
training and research projects. She/he is actively involved in the
administrative and academic planning of the Academy. The post of the
Deputy Director is foreseen as full-time (40 hours/per week) and not
compatible with other jobs. She/he holds the citizenship of
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan or Uzbekistan.
The qualified candidate for the posts of the Deputy Director holds a
MA/MSc or preferably higher academic degree (PhD) in political science
or a related field (for instance regional studies). She/he has a
strong professional background in managing an academic institution of
international standards. She/he proves outstanding knowledge of
research and teaching resource needs. She/he knows the specifics of
co-operating with national development agencies and international
organizations that are engaged in comprehensive security building and
attest a significant record of high-quality publications. She/he is
fluent in Russian and English.
Qualified candidates have preferably a working command of a Central
Asian language (Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tajik, Turkmen or Uzbek). They have a
detailed knowledge of Central Asian affairs. They are acquainted with
the cultural and other specifics of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Salary and Benefits:
Open to negotiation.
Application documents have to include (1) a cover letter indicating
motivation and experience, (2) Curriculum Vitae, (3) two current
letters of recommendation indicating the complete name, title and
contact information for each referee, (4) graduate transcripts (copy).
The complete set of application documents should be received by
15.11.2007 to receive full consideration.
ATTENTION: This is a re-advertisement for administrative reasons.
Previous applications will be considered by the search committee and
do not have to be submitted again.
Application documents have to be sent to:
OSCE Centre in Bishkek
Subject: Deputy Director OSCE Academy
Mr. Lilian Darii
139 Toktogul St.
Application documents or questions might be submitted also by e-mail
to email@example.com. Attachments should not exceed 2 MB.
Please, always indicate "Deputy Director" in the subject line.
The OSCE Academy is an equal-opportunity institution. It operates on
the principle of non-discrimination. All recruitment decisions are
taken on the basis of best qualification of the candidates, taking
into consideration regional and gender balance.
Dr. Tim Epkenhans
Bishkek - Kyrgyz Republic
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