Professor Scott Sagan is seeking a tenacious research assistant with first-rate analytical capabilities and outstanding academic credentials to conduct social science research, draft reports, support teaching and lecture activities, and assist with a range of administrative needs. The candidate will research and write about international security issues including nuclear weapons policy, public opinion on the use of force, nuclear nonproliferation, and the laws of armed conflict and ethics of war. Candidates should be familiar with nuclear policy or ethics in war issues desired.

This is a fixed-term position. The position will begin summer of 2021 and the term concludes August 31, 2022, and may be extended based on programmatic need and funding availability.