Fellowship: Centre d’Etudes Maghrébines à Tunis Short-term Program Fellow, Spring 2012

16 January 2012

Centre d’Etudes Maghrébines à Tunis (CEMAT) is searching for a short-term program fellow for Spring 2012 (four to six months) to assist the Director with new local and international partnerships. The fellow will be expected to perform a variety of program-related and administrative tasks and show flexibility with CEMAT’s high-paced position within a rapidly changing political environment. Main responsibilities will include working on new partnerships with development and educational programs as well as identifying new and suitable partners for CEMAT. The fellow will be expected to work 30 hours a week, which will allow her/him to conduct own research or pursue language study, if desired. The fellow will have the option to reside in subsidized housing in Sidi Bou Said, receive a modest monthly stipend, and an economy-class round-trip ticket to and from Tunis.


(1) MA in International Development, Public Policy, Public Administration, International Relations or Political Science.

(2) Demonstrated interest in Tunisia, especially in international development, political/economic/social reform and transitions.

(3) Fluency in English and strong competence in French or Arabic

(4) Some exposure to international development (previous internships or study), program management or living abroad (i.e. Fulbright, Peace Corps, International Volunteer work)

Please submit a cover letter and CV to: CEMAT@aimsnorthafrica.org and copy AIMSCMES@email.arizona.edu

The position is available immediately and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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