No matter what your skills are, if you believe you can support our work, let us know how.
→ Get in touch by emailing email@example.com with the subject line “Open application”; include a copy of your CV or resume and a one-page proposal outlining:
- What you would like to work on (the more specific, the better)
- Why you think this work is important for us at OWID
- Why you think you are the right person to work on this
We also highly encourage you to include a sample of your work. For instance, an article you’ve written, data you’ve visualized, a website you’ve designed, or a software tool you’ve built. We realize this won’t make sense for every role, but for many it can be a powerful way to demonstrate the kind of work you could do for us.
It might be useful to have a look at our Team page to get an idea of the profiles and roles of the people who currently work with us—but keep in mind that you don’t need any specific credentials to apply (e.g., you don’t need a PhD). We look forward to hearing from you!
While we are open to applications for any role, we are particularly interested to hear from people who could contribute to our data management work on demography and public health.
To find out if you might be a good fit for this role, see our past job ad for a data scientist.
If this seems like a good fit for you, get in touch as described above — by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Open application” and including a copy of your CV or resume, a one-page proposal, and a sample of your work.