The IEA can provide rewarding career opportunities to those interested in developing their educational research skills, and in supporting our portfolio of national and international studies and services. Our international team of respected and highly experienced professionals represents a diversity of cultural and educational backgrounds.
Public Outreach Officer (m/f). Full time (40 hrs/week).
The IEA seek a Public Outreach Officer to join our team at the IEA in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Closing date: 27 March 2017. Interested candidates should send an application (cover letter and comprehensive CV) by email to secretariat [at] iea.nl (subject: Public%20Outreach%20Officer%3A%20FAO%20Dr%20Andrea%20Netten) . Please include two writing samples, and indicate “Public Outreach Officer” in the subject line. Interviews will be held during the week commencing 3 April 2017 at the IEA in Amsterdam.
Junior Research Officer (m/f). Full time (40 hrs/week).
The IEA seek a Junior Research Officer to join our team at the IEA in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Closing date: 31 March 2017. Interested candidates should send an application (cover letter and comprehensive CV) by email to hr [at] iea.nl (subject: Application%20for%20the%20position%20of%20Junior%20Research%20Officer%2C%20IEA%20Amsterdam) . Please include “Junior Research Officer” in the subject line. Interviews will take place on 10 April 2017 at the IEA in Amsterdam.
Project Manager (m/f). Full time (40 hrs/week).
The IEA seeks a Project Manager to join our team at the IEA in Hamburg, Germany.
Closing date: 30 March 2017. Interested candidates should send their application by email to bewerbung [at] iea-dpc.de, indicating "Project Manager (0318)" in the subject line.
We also welcome speculative applications. Please feel free to send us an email with a cover letter and a copy of your CV to secretariat [at] iea.nl.
Our academic visitor program
The IEA welcomes academic visitors who wish to benefit from IEA Hamburg's vibrant research culture, and gain experience with IEA's international research activities. The program exists to build links and encourage collaboration with other research organizations around the world, enabling academics and practitioners the opportunity to work together on joint research projects, and exchange ideas and expertise with our own resident research staff. This is an opportunity to work closely with IEA researchers in our Hamburg office, who will endeavor to provide support and help develop your own research goals.
To learn more about the program, simply click here.
Our Hamburg office has been awarded the “Hamburger Familiensiegel,” an award that recognizes us as a family-friendly employer.