MPI Europe Policy Analysts

“Job Policy Analyst/Senior Policy Analyst/Associate Policy Analyst, Migration Policy Institute Europe, Brussels, Belgium. Deadline: Rolling deadline (posted October 13, 2020).

As a (Senior) Policy Analyst, you will contribute to a high-impact unit of migration experts through your curiosity, solid research, and data skills, as well as analytical and concise writing. We are looking for a top-rate analyst who will quickly get to grips with our rigorous research processes and develop a portfolio of projects that fits within our institutional strategy, while building your own reputation as the go-to expert for different policy issues. As an avid reader, you will be able to quickly assess fast-evolving situations and policy announcements so that you can discuss and analyse these with our extensive networks of policymakers, nongovernmental and intergovernmental organisations, journalists, and other key stakeholders. You will also help strengthen our networks by identifying and building critical relationships—including by speaking at public events and roundtables—and will help tap up-to-the-minute intelligence on policy developments. We are looking for someone who will share our commitment to excellence and impact, thrive off our convivial team spirit, and welcome our commitment to diversity. You will be a vital pillar of the strategic direction of our research and fundraising and become a mentor to junior staff.

Associate Policy Analyst, Migration Policy Institute Europe, Brussels, Belgium. Deadline: Rolling deadline (posted October 13, 2020).

As an Associate Policy Analyst, you will be expected to jump right in and quickly ramp up on the array of projects that our senior staff are leading, bolstering the brainpower of the team through your strong writing and analytic skills. Public events and private roundtables are also a big part of what we do to facilitate critical discussions. That means you will need to rapidly come to understand the landscape of the European policy community; research the appropriate policymakers, thought leaders, and organisations to connect with; and manage multiple event functions, from drafting invitations to following up with potential speakers. If you are organised, proactive, curious, an avid reader, have strong research and writing skills, and want an organisation that you can spend the next several years of your career growing with, you have come to the right place.

MPI Europe: Internships (Belgium)

“JobPaid internships, Migration Policy Institute Europe, Brussels, Belgium. Deadline: 26 April 2020.

The Migration Policy Institute Europe (MPIE) is seeking candidates for a full-time internship in Brussels for Autumn -Winter 2020, which offers a unique opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge and practical experience working with a broad network of experts in a wide range of policy areas, including EU immigration and asylum systems, labor migration, and immigrant integration. The internship also offers individuals the opportunity to collaborate directly with policy analysts and senior management, and potentially author research. The successful candidates will also be involved in the organization of external MPIE events, with benefits for his/her network.

The intern will provide support to the MPI Europe team, including senior management. Applicants must have at least a relevant bachelor or master’s degree and possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

Migration Policy Institute: Editor/Communications Officer (USA)

“JobMigration Policy Institute (MPI), a nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank dedicated to the study of U.S. and international migration policies (Washington, DC) is advertising two positions:

1. Communications Officer, Deadline: March 22, 2020.

MPI seeks a highly motivated Communications Officer to join its dynamic team in Washington, DC to help extend the organization’s visibility, reach, and impact. The successful candidate will play a significant role in developing the marketing content and strategies the Institute uses to disseminate its research and data, and helping shape its broader external relations, including identification of target audiences and effective engagement. As a core member of a high-functioning, fast-paced communications team, the officer’s duties will include digital content creation and strategy; media relations and writing of press releases and other short-form materials; outreach to new audiences; editing; and assisting in the promotion of MPI’s public and private events, conferences, and webinars. While assignments will vary day to day, the successful candidate must be a creative, detail-oriented, quick, versatile professional who can prioritize between quick turnaround projects and longer-term deliverables, working collaboratively with colleagues across the Institute yet able to operate independently as well.

2. Editor, Migration Information Source. Deadline: March 6, 2020.

MPI also seeks a highly motivated, exceptionally creative, and deadline-oriented editor and writer to become Editor of the Migration Information Source, an internationally recognized online journal. The Source is a unique publication that melds the best features of migration scholarship and policy/data analysis in ways that are newsy and accessible for readers who are interested in migration but not necessarily specialists.

The Editor will be responsible for all facets of production of the Source, which publishes articles online and promotes them via a bimonthly e-newsletter. The successful candidate will be able to craft and implement a strong editorial vision for the Source, identifying topics and cultivating authors who can best tell some of the most interesting and important developments in migration research, policy, and trends around the world. He or she will demonstrate superb editing skills (organizational, copy-editing, and fact checking), with a strong aptitude for translating academic- or policy-focused research for general-interest audiences; and will have demonstrated marketing and social media skills to promote the Source and its work in innovative and effective ways.The Editor will be based in Washington, DC, and will report to MPI’s Director of Communications.

Migration Policy Institute Europe: Director (Belgium)

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Director, Migration Policy Institute Europe, Brussels, Belgium. Deadline: 30 June 2019.

 

The Migration Policy Institute Europe (MPI Europe), established in Brussels in 2011, is a nonprofit, independent research institute that aims to provide a better understanding of migration in Europe and thus promote effective policymaking. MPI Europe provides authoritative research and practical policy design to governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders who seek more effective management of immigration, immigrant integration, and asylum systems in order to promote successful outcomes for newcomers, families of immigrant background, and receiving communities in Europe.

MPI Europe seeks a highly motivated, experienced professional to become the Director of Brussels-based MPI Europe. The new Director will be responsible for providing leadership to MPI Europe at a critical time of growth for the Institute and a pivotal time for migration in Europe and around the globe. He/she will work with a team of recognized experts on migration and integration based in Brussels and coordinate with the staff of its sister organization in Washington, DC (MPI), as needed.

Migration Policy Institute Internships (USA)

“JobPaid Research and Editorial/Communications Internships, Migration Policy Institute, Washington, DC. Deadline: March 1, 2019.

The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) seeks current college seniors and advanced-degree students as well as college graduates for full- and part-time internships. Interns provide support to MPI researchers in one or more of the following program areas for research internships: U.S. immigration, U.S. immigrant integration, U.S. immigration and human services, international immigration; or they participate in editorial/communications internships.

MPI is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank based in Washington, DC dedicated to the study of migration worldwide. MPI and its sister organization, the Brussels-based MPI Europe, work closely with policymakers, researchers, and practitioners to analyze, develop, and evaluate migration and refugee policies at local, state, national, and international levels.

Migration Policy Institute Job Ad: International Program (USA)

Job adsThe Migration Policy Institute (MPI), a nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank dedicated to the study of U.S. and international migration policies, seeks an exceptional Research Assistant to join its International Program in Washington, DC. Deadline: June 15, 2018.

MPI’s International Program conducts research and analysis on challenges facing local, national, and supranational governments, covering topics such as refugee protection and integration, skills and mobility, border management, social cohesion in an age of diversity, and the governance of migration. The research assistant’s primary responsibilities will be to assist with qualitative and quantitative research and provide programmatic support in several areas of MPI’s work. Salary and title will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Migration Policy Institute 2 Job Ads: Senior Policy Analyst & Research Assistant

  1. Senior Policy Analyst – MPI Europe

The Migration Policy Institute Europe (MPI Europe) is a nonprofit, independent research institute based in Brussels, Belgium that aims to provide a better understanding of migration in Europe and thus promote evidence-based policymaking. MPI Europe provides authoritative research and practical policy design to governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders who seek more effective management of immigration, immigrant integration, and asylum systems as well as successful outcomes for newcomers, families of immigrant background, and receiving communities in Europe. MPI Europe works collaboratively with the International Programme of its sister organisation, the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), based in Washington, DC.

MPI Europe seeks a highly motivated Policy Analyst/Senior Policy Analyst to join its dynamic Brussels team. The successful candidate will demonstrate exceptional writing, editing, and analytical skills and a thorough understanding of European policy frameworks and systems to manage immigration and asylum. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Closing date: 14 April 2017

2. Research Assistant, National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy

The Migration Policy Institute (MPI), a nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank dedicated to the study of national and international migration policies, seeks an exceptional individual to work in its National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy (NCIIP) in Washington, DC. The Research Assistant’s primary responsibilities will be to assist with qualitative and quantitative research and provide programmatic support in several areas of NCIIP’s work. These include, but are not limited to, the ability of adult English/basic education, workforce training, and postsecondary education systems to support the successful integration of first- and second-generation immigrants and refugees.

This position is available immediately. Applications are due by close of business on April 21, 2017.

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