The International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES)
IFES provides professional advice and technical assistance in promoting democracy and serves as an information clearinghouse on elections, rule of law, governance, and civil society.
Staff of The International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES) may
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Employs fixed-term employees for a wide range of projects worldwide. Projects run as little as 4 months.
Generally requires senior level experience for paid fixed-term employee positions. Many positions require a Master's degree or equivalent experience.
Paid positions as well as internships.
Web Site: www.ifes.org
E-Mail: Elizabeth Burke
International Foundation for Election Systems
1101 15th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005
Registration / Application
Staff positions are listed and described on the IFES web site. Specific application procedures are given for each position.
The International Foundation for Election Systems currently has projects in 19 countries in 6 Regions (Africa: 3, Eastern Europe: 12, Middle East: 1, South America: 1, Southeast Asia: 1, Western Europe: 1)