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Location: London. £34,334 pa gross + benefits.

To underpin our pioneering and innovative work on financing and international development policy issues, we rely on sound research and technical support. So in response to increased demand,  we have created this new opportunity for a researcher with at least five years’ experience; an in-depth understanding of financing for development issues; and expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and consequent research outputs. Keeping up-to-date on developments, researching and producing short briefing papers, you will support our work on: the post-2015 financing framework;  the global partnership for development; policy coherence for development; coherence between public and private finance; innovative finance; financing global public goods; international development co-operation; and transparency and accountability.

Also, you will contribute to longer more in-depth pieces, many for publication, and speeches; maintain and develop up-to date databases; and design, conduct and analyse interviews with a wide range of stakeholders. With a post-graduate qualification in economics, business and finance, money and banking or other relevant subject, you must be adept at planning, organising and prioritising your work; effective when under pressure and working to deadlines; proficient with qualitative and quantitative research methodologies; and have the ability to interpret and follow complex information, solve problems and maintain confidentiality. We are the inter-governmental body of the Commonwealth, comprising 53 independent sovereign states, making tangible improvements to the wellbeing of 2.2 billion citizens. Join us and take a significant step on your own professional and career development path. Apply Online.

To underpin our pioneering and innovative work on financing and international development policy issues, we rely on sound research and technical support. So in response to increased demand,  we have created this new opportunity for a researcher with at least five years’ experience; an in-depth understanding of financing for development issues; and expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and consequent research outputs. Keeping up-to-date on developments, researching and producing short briefing papers, you will support our work on: the post-2015 financing framework;  the global partnership for development; policy coherence for development; coherence between public and private finance; innovative finance; financing global public goods; international development co-operation; and transparency and accountability. Also, you will contribute to longer more in-depth pieces, many for publication, and speeches; maintain and develop up-to date databases; and design, conduct and analyse interviews with a wide range of stakeholders. With a post-graduate qualification in economics, business and finance, money and banking or other relevant subject, you must be adept at planning, organising and prioritising your work; effective when under pressure and working to deadlines; proficient with qualitative and quantitative research methodologies; and have the ability to interpret and follow complex information, solve problems and maintain confidentiality. We are the inter-governmental body of the Commonwealth, comprising 53 independent sovereign states, making tangible improvements to the wellbeing of 2.2 billion citizens. Join us and take a significant step on your own professional and career development path. To be considered, you must be a citizen of a Commonwealth country. – See more at: http://thecommonwealth.org/jobs/research-officer-international-development-policy#sthash.x1HjVsj4.dpuf
To underpin our pioneering and innovative work on financing and international development policy issues, we rely on sound research and technical support. So in response to increased demand,  we have created this new opportunity for a researcher with at least five years’ experience; an in-depth understanding of financing for development issues; and expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and consequent research outputs. Keeping up-to-date on developments, researching and producing short briefing papers, you will support our work on: the post-2015 financing framework;  the global partnership for development; policy coherence for development; coherence between public and private finance; innovative finance; financing global public goods; international development co-operation; and transparency and accountability. Also, you will contribute to longer more in-depth pieces, many for publication, and speeches; maintain and develop up-to date databases; and design, conduct and analyse interviews with a wide range of stakeholders. With a post-graduate qualification in economics, business and finance, money and banking or other relevant subject, you must be adept at planning, organising and prioritising your work; effective when under pressure and working to deadlines; proficient with qualitative and quantitative research methodologies; and have the ability to interpret and follow complex information, solve problems and maintain confidentiality. We are the inter-governmental body of the Commonwealth, comprising 53 independent sovereign states, making tangible improvements to the wellbeing of 2.2 billion citizens. Join us and take a significant step on your own professional and career development path. To be considered, you must be a citizen of a Commonwealth country. – See more at: http://thecommonwealth.org/jobs/research-officer-international-development-policy#sthash.x1HjVsj4.dpuf
To underpin our pioneering and innovative work on financing and international development policy issues, we rely on sound research and technical support. So in response to increased demand,  we have created this new opportunity for a researcher with at least five years’ experience; an in-depth understanding of financing for development issues; and expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and consequent research outputs. Keeping up-to-date on developments, researching and producing short briefing papers, you will support our work on: the post-2015 financing framework;  the global partnership for development; policy coherence for development; coherence between public and private finance; innovative finance; financing global public goods; international development co-operation; and transparency and accountability. Also, you will contribute to longer more in-depth pieces, many for publication, and speeches; maintain and develop up-to date databases; and design, conduct and analyse interviews with a wide range of stakeholders. With a post-graduate qualification in economics, business and finance, money and banking or other relevant subject, you must be adept at planning, organising and prioritising your work; effective when under pressure and working to deadlines; proficient with qualitative and quantitative research methodologies; and have the ability to interpret and follow complex information, solve problems and maintain confidentiality. We are the inter-governmental body of the Commonwealth, comprising 53 independent sovereign states, making tangible improvements to the wellbeing of 2.2 billion citizens. Join us and take a significant step on your own professional and career development path. To be considered, you must be a citizen of a Commonwealth country. – See more at: http://thecommonwealth.org/jobs/research-officer-international-development-policy#sthash.x1HjVsj4.dpuf
To underpin our pioneering and innovative work on financing and international development policy issues, we rely on sound research and technical support. So in response to increased demand,  we have created this new opportunity for a researcher with at least five years’ experience; an in-depth understanding of financing for development issues; and expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and consequent research outputs. Keeping up-to-date on developments, researching and producing short briefing papers, you will support our work on: the post-2015 financing framework;  the global partnership for development; policy coherence for development; coherence between public and private finance; innovative finance; financing global public goods; international development co-operation; and transparency and accountability. Also, you will contribute to longer more in-depth pieces, many for publication, and speeches; maintain and develop up-to date databases; and design, conduct and analyse interviews with a wide range of stakeholders. With a post-graduate qualification in economics, business and finance, money and banking or other relevant subject, you must be adept at planning, organising and prioritising your work; effective when under pressure and working to deadlines; proficient with qualitative and quantitative research methodologies; and have the ability to interpret and follow complex information, solve problems and maintain confidentiality. We are the inter-governmental body of the Commonwealth, comprising 53 independent sovereign states, making tangible improvements to the wellbeing of 2.2 billion citizens. Join us and take a significant step on your own professional and career development path. To be considered, you must be a citizen of a Commonwealth country. – See more at: http://thecommonwealth.org/jobs/research-officer-international-development-policy#sthash.x1HjVsj4.dpuf
To underpin our pioneering and innovative work on financing and international development policy issues, we rely on sound research and technical support. So in response to increased demand,  we have created this new opportunity for a researcher with at least five years’ experience; an in-depth understanding of financing for development issues; and expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and consequent research outputs. Keeping up-to-date on developments, researching and producing short briefing papers, you will support our work on: the post-2015 financing framework;  the global partnership for development; policy coherence for development; coherence between public and private finance; innovative finance; financing global public goods; international development co-operation; and transparency and accountability. Also, you will contribute to longer more in-depth pieces, many for publication, and speeches; maintain and develop up-to date databases; and design, conduct and analyse interviews with a wide range of stakeholders. With a post-graduate qualification in economics, business and finance, money and banking or other relevant subject, you must be adept at planning, organising and prioritising your work; effective when under pressure and working to deadlines; proficient with qualitative and quantitative research methodologies; and have the ability to interpret and follow complex information, solve problems and maintain confidentiality. We are the inter-governmental body of the Commonwealth, comprising 53 independent sovereign states, making tangible improvements to the wellbeing of 2.2 billion citizens. Join us and take a significant step on your own professional and career development path. To be considered, you must be a citizen of a Commonwealth country. – See more at: http://thecommonwealth.org/jobs/research-officer-international-development-policy#sthash.x1HjVsj4.dpuf
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