We need Dynamic Thinkers!  Because of the scale of the island and the limited access to local expertise and research structures, the Think To DO Institute structures its research teams with both local and international researchers representing other recognized think tanks and research process.  Each team is formed in such a way to have balance and independence from local, regional or global political or private sector influence.

Opportunities for junior and senior researchers with both general and specific content expertise are needed.

The Think to DO Institute strives to be a truly engaged and stimulating workspace. We are continuously working to create a dynamic virtual workforce while cultivating a culture of belongingness that is fulfilling and meaningful.

We start with rigorous research. We Think.  Then we DO, hopefully as advocates of best practice and cutting edge communication hub: informing, building consensus for and crafting innovative solutions, and influencing the community and government of needed change.

We are looking for Dynamic Thinkers who enjoy the process of research, writing and debate who will enjoy working in our autonomous and independent environment. It is essential to be able to think critically, have good quantitative research and writing skills, and synthesize research and information and communicate them in easily understood ways.

  • Do you think the Think To DO Institute’s vision, mission and core research themes match your own interests?
  • Do you want to be a part of real change?
  • Will the experience provide a tangible outcome to talk about in your resume?
  • Would you like an opportunity to be involved in the research or publication of the Think To DO Institute scholarship? (Especially for interns)

Please complete the application provided here.  Applicants should address and convey familiarity and experience with Think Tanks, Research Models and the Research Topics of the Think To DO Institute. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.