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Our employment page is updated regularly, and all new job openings are also posted to CIGI's Twitter account (@CIGIonline). Whether or not employment or volunteer opportunities exist at a given time, all applications and resumes sent to [email protected] are kept in an active file for three months. Resumes will be acknowledged only for those candidates under consideration for an interview.

We encourage you to return to our careers page often and explore our website to learn more about what CIGI has to offer.


Program Assistant - International Law Research Program

Closing Date: Wednesday 9, December 2015
The position is primarily intended to assist the Program Director with coordinating and scheduling people, events and locations, and with record keeping. The Program Assistant will also be working with the Program Manager, providing day to day administrative support, project assistance and, preparation an coordination of budgets associated with the ILRP.

Executive Assistant to the President

Closing Date: Friday 27, November 2015
The Executive Assistant to the President is a fulltime position reporting to the President. The successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day administrative functions related to the President’s office, including providing administrative support to the Chief of Staff. At this level, it is expected that the incumbent function independently with very little direction, as well as possess strong initiative, and ability to foresee potential issues/problems that may arise in support of the President and executive team, and CIGI’s Boards.

A/V Coordinator

Closing Date: Friday 27, November 2015
CIGI has a unique opening for an Audio/Visual Coordinator. The A/V Coordinator is responsible for the planning and delivery of audio and visual coverage at conferences, workshops, classrooms and community events.

International Law Research Program (ILRP) Fellowship Application Requirements/Eligibility

CIGI invites leading scholars, senior practitioners and legal experts in the government or private sector to take part in its International Law Research Program (ILRP). CIGI offers multi-year full time contracts, ranging from one to five years in length with the possibility of extension or renewal based on mutual interest and agreement. Fellows will lead and conduct research; publish in their areas of interest; supervise and mentor junior researchers and students; and conduct outreach activities. 
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