Policy Fellow: EU Geoeconomics/ EU Security Policy

The Hertie School seeks to fill the up to two positions on EU Geoeconomics and/or EU Security Policy in part-time or full-time (20-40 hours per week).

The successful candidates will work at the Hertie School’s Jacques Delors Centre and contribute to the Centre’s think tank work. The positions will be newly created. They will analyse Europe’s role in a changing geopolitical and geoeconomic environment and develop concrete ideas for how the EU should respond to it.

The position for EU Geoeconomics will cover the economics of EU foreign policy. It will focus on issues such as EU trade and investment policies, EU industrial policy, competitiveness and labour-market issues, or sanctions. Quantitative skills are an asset.

The position for EU Security Policy will focus on the security aspects of EU foreign policy, including topics such as EU Common Foreign and Security Policy, EU defense policy, EU neighbourhood policy, or the EU’s relations with China and the US.

The contracts shall commence on 01 January 2023 and are initially limited to one year. The appointment is subject to the final approval by the funder.


Learn more on the application page.