Economics and politics vacancies

GA RWatch is looking for economics and political science graduates to work collaboratively in providing research and policy support for reports that advance actionable economic and political solutions to policies and risks for central and local government officials who are expected to influence government decision-making.


Identify, research, and explore trends in policies, programs, and central and regional government apparatus related to regional economic development and political stability, including the development of manpower and human resources, infrastructure, as well as the 2024 simultaneous elections and local elections


Bachelor's or Master's degree in political science, government, economics, public policy, or a similar field + 1-2 years of relevant work experience

Experience conducting research, data synthesis, and policy analysis

An understanding of regional economic development including issues and stakeholders

Strong, clear, and concise writer

PowerPoint and advanced Excel a must

Proactive with a flexible attitude

Ability to work as part of a team and perform under a deadline

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to