Open position for Georgian Studies Program Director at Harvard University Davis Center

Harvard University Davis Center seeks candidates for the open position of Georgian Studies Program Director.

Job Description:

  • Defines and executes the academic mission of the Program on Georgian Studies.
  • Responsible for developing workplans and implementation strategies; with DC staff evaluates program outputs; prepares annual report to the Davis Center and sponsoring organization.
  • Supervises a program coordinator that provides logistical and administrative support for programs, and a student research assistant that will support research and teaching activities.

Basic Qualifications:

MA in Political Science or other related field; original research and scholarly publications on Georgia history, culture, literature, and politics; experience managing undergraduate and graduate student assistants; experience making formal scholarly presentations. Must be competent in Georgian language and have significant in-country experience. 

Please consider, that the Center not be able to provide visa sponsorship for this position. Therefore, candidate should already possess US work permit.

Applications are accepted until May 6, 2024.

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