April Job List: Now Available!


English Resource Center Coordinator, English Resource Center
American Councils – Bokhtar, Tajikistan

The English Resource Center Coordinator (Coordinator) is part of a team that delivers the English Resource Center project, funded for two years by the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Dushanbe.  Based at Bokhtar State University, the Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day management of the English Resource Center, which will expand English teachers’ access to culturally appropriate English language teaching materials that employ modern English language teaching pedagogy and technology; and improve teacher teachers’ skills and ability to adapt their own curriculum to incorporate concepts and materials from the English Resource Center.

Program Assistant
Russian American Foundation: Bolshoi Ballet Academy – New York, NY

PA will be responsible for supervising participants (ages 9 -15yrs), as well as running some extracurricular/ non-ballet activities (outdoor games, arts & crafts, etc.). PAs will work as a team of 3-4 and will report to Program’s Director. This position is well-suited for candidates with strong academic or career interests in: performing arts, global languages/cultures (especially Russian), sports medicine, and/or child education.


Academic Exchange Specialist
Department of State – Washington D.C. 

This position is located in the South-Central Asia Programs Branch (ECA/A/E/SCA), Office of Academic Exchange Programs (ECA/A/E), Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), U.S. Department of State (DOS). As an Academic Exchange Specialist, you will initiate, develop, administer, and evaluate international academic exchange programs and other activities supporting ECA’s strategic goal to promote international understanding. Portfolio will include programs in South and Central Asia.

Summer Azerbaijani-Speaking Resident Directors “Consulting”
American Councils – Baku, Azerbaijan

American Councils is currently seeking a qualified consultant to serve as an Azerbaijani-speaking Resident Director to work on a summer Azerbaijani language program approximately eight weeks in length. The program is designed for undergraduate and graduate students and is focused on the acquisition of Azerbaijani language in an immersion setting. Applicants should provide a description of previous experience in Azerbaijan, as well as any familiarity with additional regional languages, in their cover letter. The program location is subject to change prior to program start. Consultant agreements include a scaled compensation fee structure in the event of a cancellation 6 weeks or less before the start of the program.


Acting Assistant Professor
Stanford U. – Stanford, CA

The primary specialization is in the 20th century; candidates with training in other disciplines, other subfields or periods, and other languages, including other Slavic languages, are encouraged to apply. This position will be for one year, renewable for up to three years total. We anticipate a start date of September 1, 2021. Candidates must demonstrate strong scholarship and excellence in teaching. Near-native fluency in Russian and English is required. The candidate will be expected to teach four courses per year.

Lecturer of Russian
Georgia Institute of Technology – Atlanta, GA

The School of Modern Languages at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications for a Lecturer of Russian, beginning August 1, 2021. The position is full-time with an expected teaching load of 12 credit hours per semester (24 per academic year). We seek candidates with a commitment to and demonstrated experience with innovative teaching and curriculum development in content-based and cross-cultural language studies in a STEM-driven environment. Interest or experience in teaching in an immersive faculty-led study-abroad program oriented toward business, technology, culture, and sustainability is highly recommended.


Collection Management Officer
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) – Washington D.C.

As a Collection Management Officer at CIA, you will drive the collection of foreign intelligence and actively manage the two-way dialogue between U.S. intelligence consumers and the Directorate of Operations (DO). You will evaluate the foreign intelligence collected by the DO to ensure the DO is providing U.S. foreign policy and national security decision-makers with timely, accurate, clear, and concise reporting in a manner that safeguards sensitive intelligence sources and methods.

Entry Level Intelligence Analyst
Jacobs – Washington, D.C.

The entry-level intelligence analyst will perform all source and open-source research and analysis on matters of counterintelligence, counter-terrorism, WMD, cyber, and counter-proliferation to support ongoing investigations and intelligence collection and exploit data from specific sources and raw intelligence, and compile them to validate USIC intelligence collection requirements. They will also help to facilitate the exchange of information between government agencies to include DOJ, DOD, and DHS, instruct/brief personnel on various national security programs and procedures, and disseminate information across the USIC; work directly with agents and analysts to facilitate intelligence collection on specific threats to national security.