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The Woodrow Wilson Center is committed to attracting and maintaining a high quality, dedicated, and diverse work force. In fact, the Wilson Center is the first think tank to be awarded the worldwide Economic Dividends for Gender Equality (EDGE) Certificate, recognizing its global commitments and actions in achieving and sustaining gender diversity and equality in the workplace.

JOB OPENINGS:

WC-18-13F:  Program Assistant, Kennan Institute (closes April 21)

The Wilson Center seeks a Program Assistant for the Kennan Institute.  The incumbent is responsible in providing administrative support to the Director, Deputy Director and staff of the Kennan Institute. The incumbent will prepare / edit various correspondences, arrange travel, and organize multi-day conferences. In addition, the incumbent will also maintain / edit the Institute’s blogs. Please click on the link above to review the full vacancy announcement. All applications must be received through USAJOBS. Note: only accepting the first 300 applications.