Top Sites for Finding Academic Jobs in Conflict Resolution, Development and Related Fields

Dear Colleagues

I frequently receive inquiries regarding what are the best methods for finding teaching jobs related to peace and conflict resolution. Below please find some suggestions and please feel free to add others.


1) Explore individual University Web Pages - Most universities post their openings on websites.

2) Top Sites for Academic Jobs

3) Professional Academic Associations - There are many excellent academic associations that also maintain job postings for their members. All sponsor annual conferences, which can be a great way to network and stay informed of current and future openings. A number of jobs within a specific discipline might have a conflict or peace related focus. All also maintain job boards (some require a membership or subscription to view postings while others you can view for free).

4) Other Job Sites or Meta Sites - There are a number of indexes of job sites in academia that can be useful including:

  • Higher Education Jobs
  • Indeed-  A wonderful meta job site that allows users to create custom searches for positions, receive regular updates and also has an iPhone app.
  • Academic 360 - Academic360.com is a meta-collection of Internet resources that have been gathered for the academic job hunter.


5) Additional Resources - What are some additional academic job hunting resources that you find useful?

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Comment by Ana Isabel Hernández on August 10, 2012 at 1:39am

+ University for Peace in Costa Rica. 

Comment by Evouna Evouna Aristide on October 21, 2011 at 6:39am
Thank you for such a useful link
Comment by Dr. Nick Idoko on September 28, 2011 at 10:11pm

Thanks Craig as always for giving this insight and links. Keep on keeping on with the good work. Best regards.

Nick

Comment by Iyamuremye Eraste on March 25, 2011 at 3:22pm

Thank you Graig for this piece of information. It is helpful to younger researchers and practitioners in conflict  and peace studies. 

Eraste

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