Research and Administrative Analyst

  • Job Tracking ID: 512454-628152
  • Job Location: Washington, DC
  • Job Level: Any
  • Level of Education: Any
  • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
  • Date Updated: July 09, 2018
  • Years of Experience: Any
  • Starting Date: ASAP
  • Apply type: application



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Job Description:

Ian, Evan & Alexander Corporation (IEA) is in search of a Research and Administrative Analyst in Washington, D.C. The Research and Administrative Analyst will provide support to the Senior Coordinator for Reports and Political Affairs (RPA), the Deputy Senior Coordinators, and their teams.

Duties/Responsibilities Research and Data Tracking

  • Conduct research on (1) human trafficking issues in countries around the world and relevant governments&rsquo: effort to confront it: and (2) special issues that affect multiple countries or regions, such as human trafficking in the fishing, agricultural, logging, or mining sectors. This may require Internet-based research, as well as outreach to other bureaus or offices within the DOS, U.S. embassies, foreign embassies, NGOs, international organizations, academic institutions, media outlets, labor unions, and religious organizations. Analyze collected information and compile findings into a variety of well-written products for both internal J/TIP use and external dissemination. Provide oral and written briefings on findings to J/TIP senior-level staff and others within the Department of State.

  • During the production of the Secretary's annual Trafficking in Persons Report, collect and asses data on trafficking trends and anti-trafficking efforts of governments in assigned countries in order to draft country assessments for inclusion in the Report. Serves as RPA’s liaison with the Department’s Office of Global Publishing Solutions (GPS) to monitor and assist with the graphic design and layout of the TIP Report, ensuring that all necessary changes are accurately made. Seeks photos for use in the annual TIP Report and secures the rights to use such photos. Develop and deliver oral presentations on human trafficking and related special issues to a range of audiences, such as undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, social service providers, and anti- human trafficking advocates based locally, nationally, and abroad.

  • Compile and track statistical data on global anti-trafficking law enforcement and victim protection efforts. Prepare charts, graphs, or other visual representations of analyzed data.

  • Serve as RPA’s Intern Coordinator for the Virtual Student Foreign Service (VSFS) program, assigning research tasks to and monitoring the work of several e-Interns each cycle.

  • Perform a variety of administrative duties and assist in the discharge of these responsibilities using mission knowledge of J/TIP activities. This may include assembling briefing materials, going to foreign embassies in Washington, DC to drop off and pick up visa items, compiling and pouching appropriate materials for use by RPA staff during overseas travel, note taking during meetings, filing, scheduling meetings, delivering paperwork to the Harry S. Truman Building, shredding of documents, etc.

  • Participate actively in administrative planning and implementation of J/TIP-hosted events, such as the receiving of foreign delegations and the Secretary’s launch of the annual Trafficking in Persons Report, which serves as DOS' key foreign policy instrument on human trafficking and a diagnostic tool for partnerships with foreign governments on the advancement of anti-trafficking reforms. Based on the needs of the office, accompanies RPA staff to foreign locations to staff meetings, take and compile detailed notes, or assist with the logistics of hosting workshops or trainings.

Experience and Skills:

  • U.S. Citizenship

  • Masters degree from an accredited institution.

  • Secret Security Clearance

  • Strong analytical, writing, oral communication and organizational skills.

  • Ability to think critically, writes succinctly, manage multiple projects and deadlines, and work both independently and in a team environment.

Ian, Evan & Alexander Corporation (IEA) is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.