Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar is the recipient of a research award from the Qatar National Research Fund to pursue an academic study of the relationship between higher education development and scientific productivity in knowledge economies. The project involves 3 collaborating research institutions: Pennsylvania State University (USA), University of Halle-Wittenburg (German), University of Hiroshima (Japan). This position is a grant funded terminal position and ends October Protected content . It is part-time Protected content per week).
The position reports directly to the co-Lead Principal Investigator (the Project Director) at Georgetown SFS-Qatar. The Project Coordinator is expected to provide administrative support to the overall administration of the research grant to include: managing communication between partnership institutions, sponsor, and Doha-based stakeholder institutions; arranging travel and accommodations for team meetings in Doha; arranging periodic tele-conferences for project staff; assisting the Project Director with development of materials for publicity about the project; managing project expenses and budget in conformity with SFS-Qatar and QNRF policies; manuscript preparation for resulting publication(s) related to project; conducting basic library and web-based research; possibly entering data for analysis by team members; liaising with SFS-Q staff to support project activities and managing continuous follow up on all administrative aspects of the project’s workflow; and maintaining files related to the project.
For details on how to apply, please visit the Georgetown SFS-Q website.