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The ASI is hiring!

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The ASI is currently recruiting a communications manager—someone to handle the ASI's public and media relations, write our press releases, set up broadcast interviews, place op-eds, send out comments, and potentially themselves represent the ASI in the news.We’re looking for someone:interested in politics and economicscommitted to the ASI’s free market liberal principleswho has a career background in PR, media and communicationsable to write well, without proof-reading being necessarygood at working on your own initiative without supervisionself-motivated and enthusiastic about the work we do and about bringing it to the widest audience possible in the clearest way possibleSee the full ad on w4mp for more info.

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The ASI is currently recruiting a communications manager—someone to handle the ASI's public and media relations, write our press releases, set up broadcast interviews, place op-eds, send out comments, and potentially themselves represent the ASI in the news.

We’re looking for someone:

  • interested in politics and economics
  • committed to the ASI’s free market liberal principles
  • who has a career background in PR, media and communications
  • able to write well, without proof-reading being necessary
  • good at working on your own initiative without supervision
  • self-motivated and enthusiastic about the work we do and about bringing it to the widest audience possible in the clearest way possible

See the full ad on w4mp for more info.

Ben Southwood
Ben is Head of Policy at the Adam Smith Institute, overseeing the ASI’s research and strategy. His research interests include monetary regimes, nature vs. nurture in individual differences, sport economics, prediction markets, and quantitative approaches to social phenomena in general.

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