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AnthroJobs: Jobs of the week – September 16, 2016

Defending our discipline took a whole new level this week when I found this video from Rockford Career College. It troubled me to see a school marketing its educational offer by mocking anthropology. Well, I thought to myself, if you need to belittle anthropology to promote your degrees, than your students will not have much to offer to the world in terms of understanding and working with other, diverse human beings. So I told them just that. I also gave them a short list of anthropologists whose work I suggested they read and offered to provide them with an extensive bibliography once they are done reading that. I received a short reply through social media saying that they are reviewing the feedback regarding the ads. The ad I am talking about is still online.

That is not all I have done this week though. I also found a couple of jobs that might be of interest.

Harder+Company is looking for a Research Assistant in its San Francisco office to provide support on a diverse array of team-based research projects. The Research Assistant will be responsible for literature reviews; planning and assisting with focus groups; conducting interviews; entering, coding, and analyzing data; administering surveys; and assisting with the preparation and editing of reports. Some travel within California is necessary. For more details on how to apply, check here.

The Pew Charitable Trust is looking for a Senior Associate, Global Campaign to End illegal Fishing. The position is based in London, UK and it requires some international travelling. You will work with campaign staff and consultants to develop and implement the strategies and activities of the campaign; support the policy work of the campaign, including outreach to key stakeholders and coordination of engagement with international organizations and in international fora, and work with campaign staff to deliver policy objectives across the project. More details on how to apply, click here.

Good luck, fellow job seekers, and until next week!

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