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Job Announcement: Demographer - Climate Change/Environment, Population Action International

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Esther Akitobi <[log in to unmask]>

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POPULATION ACTION INTERNATIONAL

Position Announcement
Demographer - Climate Change/Environment

Demographer - Climate Change/Environment is being sought by Population 
Action International (PAI), an organization that works to improve 
individual well-being and preserve global resources by mobilizing political 
and financial support for population, family planning and reproductive 
health policies and programs.  Through research and advocacy, PAI seeks to 
strengthen public awareness and political and financial support worldwide 
for population programs grounded in individual rights. At the heart of 
PAI's mission is its commitment to universal access to family planning and 
related health services, and to educational and economic opportunities, 
especially for girls and women.

This position will provide demographic expertise to a well-established 
organization that researches and advocates for evidence-based policies on 
population and reproductive health/family planning and women’s centered 
development. Primary responsibilities include:

•	Lead PAI’s demographic research efforts to assess the links between 
population and climate change and the environment.  Conduct relevant 
demographic analysis in collaboration with climate change experts, 
including staff and consultants.

•	Develop methodologies to assess quantitative aspects of population 
and reproductive health/family planning that build public and policymaker 
awareness of, and contribute to, advocacy for sound population policies, 
programs and funding.

This position requires a Master’s Degree or PhD in population studies, 
demography or related social science with 5-10 years experience in 
demographic/population research, including research related to climate 
change and/or environmental issues. Other qualifications include: excellent 
research and analytical skills; ability to communicate complex technical 
issues to a policy and advocacy-oriented audience; experience conducting 
demographic research; working knowledge of  public health, epidemiology and 
international development, ability to identify important 
demographic/population issues and related-policy trends and challenges; and 
fluency in English. Overseas field experience in public health or 
development and fluency in a second language are pluses. In addition, a 
team player with a sense of humor, collaborative spirit and creativity is 
needed for this position.

PAI is a family friendly organization, offering a highly competitive 
benefit package. PAI is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people 
of color to apply for this position. Resumes with cover letter and salary 
requirements can be e-mailed to [log in to unmask] or fax to (202) 728-4177 
Attn: Rachael Murray Rakestraw. 

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Date Posted: February 5, 2008
Deadline for applications: Open until filled




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