Applications for the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Fellowship Scheme 2023-2025 are now open. The ODI Fellowship Scheme gives early-career economists and statisticians the chance to work as public sector civil servants on two-year contracts in low- and middle-income countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, the Pacific and the Western Balkans.
ODI Fellows are typically employed as local civil servants reporting to local managers. Fellows work in a range of institutions from finance and planning ministries to ministries of health and education, as well as central banks, statistics offices, and regulatory bodies.
Salary of Overseas Development Institute Fellowship
- Salary of GBP £21,000 (GBP £23,000 in the second year) net of taxation, plus accommodation allowance.
Eligibility for Overseas Development Institute Fellowship
- Open to candidates of all nationalities who have a master’s degree or PhD in economics, statistics or a related field.
- Suitable specialised qualifications at postgraduate level include, but aren’t limited to, agricultural economics, environmental economics, international economics, health economics, development economics, and econometrics and statistics.
- For those studying for a postgraduate degree at the time of application, the award of a Fellowship is conditional upon the successful completion of the postgraduate degree.
- A sound grasp of economic and statistical theory and the ability to apply that knowledge to real world problems
- An ability to analyse data and information and to solve problems
- An ability to communicate complex technical ideas to non-specialists, both verbally and in writing
- Resilience and problem-solving skills to drive change and to work independently
- Interpersonal skills, cultural sensitivity and political acumen to work well within a diverse team, sometimes on politically sensitive topics
- Patience and humility to learn about new contexts and accept advice
- Adaptability and flexibility to work within a resource-constrained environment
Management and work-related skills
- Prioritise and delegate work
- Able to consult and advocate
- Good time management
- An ability to work without supervision
- Project management
- Report writing
Applications are strengthened by a demonstrable interest in public policy, relevant work or voluntary experience and language proficiency (with English essential and French particularly advantageous) and strong IT skills.
Application of Overseas Development Institute Fellowship
Application process will close on April 27, 2023, and applications must be submitted by 23:59 (GMT) to be considered. Ensure that you complete your application form within seven days of registering.
Lastly, It is important to visit the official website link found below to access the application form.
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