The Enough Project is seeking to fill the positions listed below. We do anticipate other openings in the future and encourage you to check our site often. Please note that only those individuals whose qualifications match the current needs of the organization will be considered applicants and will receive responses from the Enough Project. Thank you for your interest in the Enough Project.
Current Job Openings
Enough is a project of the Center for American Progress to end genocide and crimes against humanity. Founded in 2007, Enough focuses primarily on crises in Sudan, South Sudan, eastern Congo, and areas of Africa affected by the Lord’s Resistance Army. The Enough Project’s strategy papers and briefings provide sharp field analysis and targeted policy recommendations based on a strategy of promoting durable peace, providing civilian protection, and supporting accountability for perpetrators of atrocities. Enough works with concerned citizens, advocates, and policymakers to prevent, mitigate, and resolve these crises by both raising awareness domestically and pressuring lawmakers and policymakers.
Director of Policy, Enough Project and The Sentry
The Director of Policy will work closely with the Enough Project’s Founding Director to shape Enough’s policy and research agenda, as well as Enough’s strategies to effect change. This position will also work closely with the Founding Director and key staff to oversee and manage the policy and forensic investigative research work of The Sentry, a new initiative Enough is launching in 2015 to counter the financing of conflict and mass atrocities in Africa. The Director of Policy also will work closely with the Founding Director and Managing Director to align policy goals with organizational goals. As a senior manager, this position will report to the Founding Director and Managing Director.
Associate Director, Sudans and Horn of Africa, Enough Project
The Associate Director position requires deep policy knowledge of the region as well as experience in team leadership. The Associate Director will carry out and lead research and impact strategy on the conflict dynamics in the region and related U.S. government and international policy for Enough’s policy papers, briefings, and advocacy efforts. The Associate Director will be responsible for leading the Enough Project’s policy and advocacy work on political, economic, and conflict dynamics in Sudan, South Sudan, and the Horn of Africa in collaboration with the Founding Director and under the direction of the Director of Research and Publications/Editorial. This is a position requiring research and report-writing experience, a strong understanding of conflicts in the Horn of Africa, and an ability to lead and manage a team of policy researchers and writers. The Associate Director will also be expected to represent Enough in the media and with U.S. and international policymakers.
Senior Policy Analyst, Sudans, Enough Project
The Senior Policy Analyst requires deep policy knowledge of the region and some background in natural resources governance, anticorruption work, or sanctions enforcement. The Senior Policy Analyst will carry out research and develop a strategy to affect the economic factors at play and the broader conflict dynamics in the region for Enough’s policy papers, briefings, and advocacy efforts. This is a position that requires experience researching and writing reports; a strong understanding of conflicts in the two Sudans; experience developing policy recommendations; and an ability to work collaboratively to supervise the research of analysts based in Washington, D.C., as well as remote researchers and consultant advisors. The Senior Policy Analyst will also be expected to represent Enough in the media and with U.S. and international policymakers.
Policy Analyst, Democratic Republic of Congo and the Great Lakes Region, Enough Project
The Policy Analyst for the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Great Lakes region will be responsible for researching and writing about the drivers of conflict and policy options in Congo, as well as related U.S. government, corporate, and international policy for the Enough Project’s policy papers, briefings, and advocacy efforts. This position requires three main areas of expertise: field-based knowledge about the economic, security, and political dynamics in Congo and the Great Lakes region; policy acumen, particularly regarding U.S. policy in Africa; and a demonstrated ability to write concise policy reports and briefing papers. Strong knowledge of French is required.
Natural Resources and Conflict Policy Analyst, Enough Project
The Natural Resources and Conflict Policy Analyst will be responsible for policymaker outreach, research, report writing, and review surrounding the nexus of corruption and the natural resource drivers of violent conflict and atrocity crimes in the Horn of Africa, East Africa, and Central Africa. The Policy Analyst will report to the Associate Director of Policy for Congo, Great Lakes, and LRA and collaborate with staff and contractors working on issues in the Central African Republic, or CAR; the Democratic Republic of Congo; Sudan; and South Sudan. These include the cross-border and international networks that facilitate illicit trade with diamonds, gold, ivory, wildlife, timber, charcoal, and other high-value natural resources that provide revenues for armed groups and corrupt regimes in central Africa. The Natural Resources and Conflict Policy Analyst will have expertise in the regulatory, law enforcement, due diligence, and prosecution frameworks designed to address illicit flows of high-value natural resources. This includes, but is not limited to, the Kimberley Process; the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, or OECD, due diligence guidance on minerals; the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, or EITI; and Dodd-Frank Section 1502. The Natural Resources and Conflict Policy Analyst will also focus on the related international treaties, U.N. frameworks, and the legislation, policies, and practices of the United States, European Union, and other governments, as well as the private sector for the Enough Project’s policy papers, briefings, communications, and advocacy efforts.