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Opportunities with GDN

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The Global Development Network comprises a small team that punches way above its weight. With a core group of about 20 staff, we are able to reach researchers, institutions and networks in an increasing number of countries around the world. Our staff come from India (where our global head office is based), Europe, Canada, Africa and Latin America. If you are interested in our mission, flexible in your approach, and excited about working on a global scale, you will love working with us. We are an equal opportunity employer, and strive to make our (increasingly hybrid) working environment both rewarding and fun.


The Global Development Network is currently offering these opportunities:


​The Global Development Network is searching for a Grant Management Specialist, who will support GDN program leads in their grant making and grant management, but also curate the coordination between GDN programs and administration and finance team. This is a full-time work-from-office position, based in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Applicants are required to be bilingual (English/French). Read the detailed job description and apply here. The deadline for applications is November 15, 2023.


GDN FELLOW {Knowledge Systems in Middle East and North Africa (MENA)}

The Global Development Network looking for an outstanding individual to be appointed as GDN Fellow (Research Systems in MENA) to run the expansion of the initiative in MENA region, starting with the implementation of the Doing Research Assessment in Tunisia, and regional networking and outreach planned for the period 2024-2026. The Fellow will be offered a part-time position (up to 40% of time) for a 15-month period. This is a home-based position in Tunisia. Read the detailed job description and apply here. The deadline for applications is October 30, 2023.


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Unfortunately, we cannot respond to 'cold' applications for positions or internships that have not been advertised.