Researchers and cultural specialists are welcome to join Cultural Intelligence Institute! We have opportunities for full-time, part-time, and temporary professionals.
Being a researcher at Cultural Intelligence Institute is
like no other opportunity. We examine the world from a fact-based
perspective that ensures credibility and accuracy of our work. We are open and candid in our discussions. Taboos are rare, as long as we can back up our information with objective facts. We work
independently and collaboratively, depending on the situation.
Colleagues come from all over the world, and bring fresh ideas from varying cultural backgrounds.
Cultural Intelligence Institute is unique in that individuals may come from a range of backgrounds; we don't believe that cultural research can only be conducted by anthropologists or sociologists. We encourage multidisclipinary backgrounds in order to provide rich research products that consider wide-ranging ideas. We are also unique in that researchers may work in an office, at a university, or from a remote location somewhere in the world -- whatever it takes to ensure that our research products are complete, accurate, and objective.
General requirements include the following:
First-hand experience in multiple locations in the world.
Terminal graduate and/or professional degree (strongly preferred).
Extensive research experience, especially across fields. Social science as well as other fields are accepted.
Excellent writing and editing skills.
Outstanding intercultural communication and public communication skills.
Ability to work independently, as well as in small and large groups.
Ability to adapt to various situations and requirements.
Multiple language skills (preferred).
Willingness to contribute to the organization as a whole.