[Job] INASP, Programme Officer (Evidence-Informed Policy Making Programme), ??28-33k, clos 29 Oct 2010 #scicomm

I hadn’t heard of INASP before – there’s a bit from their ‘About us’ section tacked on the end of this post. This one came via Ben Goldacre.

Jo

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INASP (International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications)
Programme Officer
http://www.inasp.info/file/312b0df37a83706d6ff5d2dad31383c3/we-are-recruiting.html

See also http://www.inasp.info/eipm

INASP is recruiting a new Programme Officer to work on our Evidence-Informed Policy Making Programme. The job description is available to download.

Document Evidence-Informed Policy Making Programme Officer
Job Description (80kb)

This is a great opportunity for someone with a passion for evidence-based policy who wants to get involved in practical capacity building work. Please note that applicants need to have the legal right to work in the UK. For more information please contact Dr Kirsty Newman on knewman //at// inasp.info.

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About Us
INASP works with partners to support global research communication through innovation, networking and capacity strengthening, focusing on the needs of developing and emerging countries.

We work with them to address their national priorities for:

  • access to national and international scholarly information and knowledge
  • use, creation, management and uptake of scholarly information and knowledge via appropriate ICTs
  • national, regional and international cooperation, networking and knowledge exchange

We also advise and advocate for improved policy and practice in achieving sustainable and equitable development through effective communication, knowledge and networks.

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