ASPI is expanding its team of experts and research scope to respond to the challenges presented by a more complicated strategic outlook and to make a contribution to thinking for a new Defence White Paper in 2013.
Following the departure of Dr Carl Ungerer as National Security Program Director, ASPI is recruiting two Program Directors and one or more Research Associates to provide high level support to the Institute’s research programs. This is an exceptional opportunity for talented individuals to contribute to the work of Australia’s leading think tank on defence and strategic policy issues.
ASPI has been ranked among the top 30 think tanks on security and international affairs in the world in the Go-to Think Tanks index compiled annually by the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Some of the research topics and expertise that the new positions will cover include international defence and security, US–Australia relations and trends, the security aspects of cyberspace, Australian national security policy, Chinese military capability, the strategic dimensions of international economics with a focus on our region, and Australian defence capability development and budgeting.
More information about this recruitment can be found here.