Associate Risk Analyst

A2 Global Risk’s risk analysis team is expanding.  We’re recruiting for a number of Associate Analysts to work part time and on an ad hoc basis in collaboration with our permanent risk analysis team.  This opportunity would suit PhD candidates, humanitarian and development workers, and industry professionals seeking an involvement in commercial risk analysis that fits around their existing commitments.

We’re keen to hear from candidates with a deep understanding of the factors affecting the political, security and socio-economic environments in their geographic region of expertise.  We’re also keen to hear from technical experts in fields relevant to international security and risk management, for example aviation safety, explosive ordnance or cyber-crime specialists.

Associate Analysts should be subject experts in their field with strong communication skills relating to their areas of interest and a passion for developing understanding of their discipline.  Associate Analysts will possess exceptional written English and, if applicable, a working knowledge of at least one language from their region of interest.

Successful applicants will be invited to submit papers prior to, and in response of, significant political and security events worldwide, as well as on an ad hoc basis, and will be paid per submission.  Associate Analysts will work remotely, enabling them to contribute from anywhere in the world.

To apply please submit a detailed CV and covering letter highlighting relevant skills, experience and interests, as well as two relevant writing samples of no more than 1500 words each, to the Human Resources Manager at: [email protected].

Due to the volume of applications A2 Global Risk receives, we will only contact candidates who are shortlisted.

A2 Global Risk is an equal opportunity employer, and is committed to the development of effective policies which promote equality of opportunity regardless of gender, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, colour, race, ethnic or national origin, or disability.