Project managers expand our core functions. They take the lead formulating and executing projects from their inception. Including forming a team with which to implement a project by recruiting new or existing staff collaborators. Project managers develop, orient, and facilitate their teams’ activities, and work with personnel across FHI, the university, and partner institutions to do so.
Potential activities include running an internship or fellowship program, producing a research seminar series, and managing a cross-organization research project. Given the collaborative nature of most such activities, it is usually necessary for project managers to work from our Oxford, UK office.
Project manager candidates would ideally have:
- At least moderate knowledge in one of the areas listed above.
- A history of successfully managing research, policy, or other types of projects with a close relationship to one of these fields.
- Strong interpersonal, organizational, and management skills.
- A strong interest in AI governance and related topics.