Work with the Pozen Center: Now Hiring for Full-Time and Graduate Student Roles
Come work with the Pozen Center! We are currently hiring for two full-time and two UChicago graduate student roles. Learn more about each position below:
Assistant Director of Programs and Events
The full-time Assistant Director of Programs and Events will work closely with Pozen Center leadership, ensuring that programs, processes, and protocols are executed with precision and professionalism. The role requires a passion for working with students, an interest in human rights, an eye for detail, and a commitment to excellence. Learn more and apply.
CSRPC/Human Rights Lab Program Coordinator
The full-time Program Coordinator will dedicate approximately 50% of their time to support the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture and 50% of their time to support the Pozen Center’s Human Rights Lab. The position will work closely with staff of both Centers to ensure that programs, processes, and protocols are executed with precision and professionalism. Learn more and apply.
TA for Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations
The Pozen Center is hiring a teaching assistant for our Autumn 2021 course Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations, taught by Professor Ben Laurence. The ideal candidate is a graduate student with some background in political theory or philosophy. To learn more and apply, please email Professor Laurence.
Virtual Library Graduate Research Assistants
Applications due Wed, Sept 1 by 11:59 p.m. (CDT)
The Pozen Center seeks four graduate students—drawn from social sciences and the humanities—to assist in assembling and curating the first major virtual human rights library in the humanities and the social sciences. While all applications are welcome, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from students in sociology, political science, philosophy, comparative human development, linguistics, art history or theater and performing arts. Learn more and apply.