GovAI was founded to help humanity navigate the transition to a world with advanced AI. One of our main pathways to accomplishing that objective is by helping talented individuals enter the AI governance space, skill up and learn, and find positions that will allow them to do high-impact work. We are looking for a Talent Management Associate to support that effort.
As Talent Management Associate, you will work closely with GovAI’s Operations Team, led by Paul Harding, and GovAI’s Research Manager, Emma Bluemke, to organise and execute on the sourcing, selection, and development of AI governance talent. You will be the first point of contact for the various stakeholders involved in our talent development work, implement the necessary administrative and operational processes for sourcing and running our talent programmes, and work on the continual improvement of all aspects of those programmes.
Applications for Talent Management Associate are now closed.
Research Scholar (Policy Track) is a one-year visiting position for policy-focused researchers and policymakers who hope to positively influence the long-run impact of artificial intelligence.
As a Research Scholar, you will conduct research into the actions that influential decision-makers - both in government and industry - might take to prepare for a world with advanced AI. You will deepen your understanding of the field and connect and collaborate with a network of experts within an institutional home that offers both flexibility and support for your research. You may also have the opportunity to advise external stake-holders and communicate publicly.
Applications for Research Scholar Policy Track are now closed.
Research Scholar (General Track) is a one-year visiting position, intended to support the career development of researchers who hope to positively influence the long-run impact of artificial intelligence.
As a Research Scholar, you will deepen your understanding of AI governance, connect and collaborate with a network of experts, and produce work within an institutional home that offers both freedom and support for your research.
Applications for Research Scholar General Track are now closed
Summer and Winter Fellowships provide an opportunity for early-career individuals to spend three months working on an AI governance research project, learning about the field, and making connections with other researchers and practitioners. We are looking for candidates who are strongly considering using their careers to study or shape the long-term implications of AI.
Applications for the 2023 Summer Fellowship are now closed.
Research Assistants help members of the GovAI research community with their ongoing research projects. These roles provide an opportunity to contribute to an AI governance research project, learn about the field, and make connections with researchers and practitioners.
We are looking for Research Assistants from a range of research backgrounds and experience levels. These Research Assistant roles can take the form of a wide range of tasks and research areas, depending on the project and skillset of the applicant. Positions may be part-time or full-time contractor roles, and we are looking for research assistants on a rolling basis.
We are now accepting expressions of interest.
We are looking to hire one or more Research Fellows. We are interested in candidates from a range of disciplines, who have a demonstrated ability to produce excellent research and care deeply about the long-run impacts of AI. The role would offer significant research freedom, access to a broad network of experts, and opportunities for collaboration.
Applications are now closed and will recur approximately annually. We are still able to accept expressions of interest from exceptional candidates year-round. Please use the form link below if you wish to register your interest in this position.