Working at the Institute

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7 opportunities

Institutional Funding Manager

The Institute aims to strengthen its fundraising operation so that it can support its ongoing development, growth and expanding influence. We are looking to recruit a Manager to join our small and dynamic team in London to support this effort and diversify our institutional donor funding base including a broad range of foundations and bilateral and multilateral institutional donors. As a member of the Institute, you will be joining an international staff community of c.200 people, based in 4 continents.

Area of work
Fundraising
Location
London / United Kingdom
Deadline
n/a
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Research Analyst

The Institute is looking for a Research Analyst to join our Governance team in London. This role is focused on driving high quality research on the issues of countering extremism and International security and counter-terrorism. 

The ideal candidate will have a masters degree in a relevant area and work experience as a researcher/analyst in a similar field. 

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and interviews will be held subsequently. 

Area of work
Governance
Location
London / United Kingdom
Deadline
n/a
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Governance Adviser

The adviser will be responsible for providing management consulting skill sets to a team that primarily works on research and advocacy in the UK policy space. We are looking for an experienced management consultant who has experience working with the public sector, ideally in the UK or beyond, and someone who has strong PPT and framework abilities.  

Area of work
Governance
Location
London / United Kingdom
Deadline
n/a
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Economist

We are looking to hire an Economist with strong quantitative skills, an entrepreneurial approach to empirical investigation and a good policy brain, to contribute to the analytical basis of our research and policy agenda.

As a exceptional analyst, you will be adept at finding ways to add value to the work of colleagues leading the development of analysis and policy in areas ranging from public services reform to taxation, from transport to corporate governance, injecting critical thinking and quantitative rigour.

Area of work
Renewing the Centre
Location
London / United Kingdom
Deadline
April 29th
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Senior Economist

We are looking to hire a Senior Economist with strong quantitative skills, an entrepreneurial approach to empirical investigation and a good policy brain, to provide the analytical ballast for our policy agenda.

As an exceptional analyst, you will be adept at finding ways to add value to the work of colleagues leading the development of analysis and policy in areas ranging from public services reform to taxation, from transport to corporate governance, injecting critical thinking and quantitative rigour.

Area of work
Renewing the Centre
Location
London / United Kingdom
Deadline
April 29th
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Strategic Adviser

The Institute has been supporting Rwanda for ten years, and for the past 20 years, it has focused on economic development and improving the well-being of its citizens.

The current project strategy is focused on supporting the government’s agenda for economic transformation through a network of experienced advisers based at the centre of government and in key ministries and institutions. To support this work in Rwanda, we are currently searching for an experienced strategic adviser to contribute to strengthening the education planning in the Ministry of Education by supporting planning, implementation, M&E, reporting and provide strategic advice on decision-making.

Area of work
Governance
Location
Kigali / Rwanda
Deadline
May 15th
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Volunteer Compass Mentor

The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change is looking for positive, driven and compassionate women to become mentors for our Compass project, in which you’ll use your skills and experience to build the self-esteem and resilience of young women as they embark on transition to higher education.

Compass is a project of the Tony Blair Institute that is supporting young women to realise their career aspirations whilst helping them navigate the complex challenges they face in Britain today.

If you are looking for opportunities to help more young women from disadvantaged communities in east and north London, and expand your own networks of professional women, please apply today.

Please note this is an unpaid volunteer programme. 

Area of work
Co-Existence
Location
London / United Kingdom
Deadline
May 31st
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