About the Role
A master or PhD degree in economics, public policy, political economy, international relations, sociology, law, and other related social science majors.
Have 3 to 5 years of experience in conducting research on public policy issues.
Fluent in written and spoken English
Strong policy analysis skills and experience in fieldwork, interviews, and gathering/analyzing data. Sound methodological knowledge in social science research (e.g., case studies, ethnography, mixed methods) is an advantage.
An analytical mindset and critical-thinking skills, and a high interest in Indonesia’s social and economic development
A publication history (academic articles, analyses, op-eds)
Interest in food security and agriculture, education, or digital economy
About the Company
The Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS) is an independent, non-profit and non-partisan think tank that advocates for practical policy reforms informed by evidence-based policy research and analysis. Our policy perspectives are based on the belief that only civil, political, and economic freedom allows Indonesians to achieve greater prosperity.
CIPS shares policy recommendations with decision-makers in Indonesia’s legislative and executive branches of government. We are financially supported by individuals and organizations who appreciate the independence of our analysis.