The Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development program is looking for economists. Details over the fold.
In terms of world social welfare, there’s probably no better place for young economists to be devoting their energies than international development, so if you’re open to the possibility of living in a developing country for a while, do check it out.
AUSTRALIAN YOUTH AMBASSADORS FOR DEVELOPMENT
Assignments for Intake 21 of the Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development (AYAD) Program are online from 31st August – 5th October at www.ayad.com.au.
The AYAD Program sends young Australians aged 18-30 on short term assignments (3-12 months) through Asia and the Pacific. The Program provides support to cover the costs of volunteering overseas including pre-departure medicals, insurance, travel, in-country allowance, and the support of in-country management services. Further information is available on our website.
The following is an example of the range ofÂ Economic related assignments available. A detailed position description for these positions and over 60 other positions are available on the website.
Tonga: Economist, Ministry of Finance and National Planning.
Tonga:Â Research Economist, Ministry of Finance and National Planning
Vanuata: Economic Research Officer, United Nations Development Program
Applications close October 5, 2007.
Please visit www.ayad.com.au for position description and application details.