Presidential Search PDF Print E-mail
Presidential Search

"National Council for Eurasian and East European Research President"

The Board of Directors of the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research invites nominations and applications for the position of President of the Council. The President serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Council; provides imaginative vision and strategic leadership; oversees its activities, grant projects, representational events, and budgets; supervises its staff; promotes the Council's visibility and standing in the field; seeks funding for Council projects; works with relevant constituencies and clients in Washington, DC; executes the policies of the NCEEER Board of Directors, in close collaboration with it; and represents the Council regionally, nationally, and internationally with scholarly, government, NGO, business, and public constituencies.

The successful candidate must hold the PhD degree (terminal degree) in a discipline/area relevant to the field of East European and Eurasian studies; must be willing to relocate to the Council's headquarters in Seattle (at least for the near-term); and must have administrative experience commensurate with the demands of the position. In addition to professional experience and initiative, the President must have strong interpersonal and communication skills and a reputation for integrity.

The new president would provide strong leadership to an organization that is professionally respected, mature, and well-staffed with experienced personnel. Salary is negotiable, depending on experience; benefits are competitive. For further information on the position, and how to apply, please download the Job Description below.


Contact Information

National Council for Eurasian and East European Research

DC Office
  • 1828 L Street NW Suite 1200
  • Washington, DC 20036
  • Tel: 202-572-9095
  • Tel: 202-572-9125 (alternate)
  • Fax: 866-937-9872
  • E-mail:




National Council for Eurasian and East European Research (NCEEER) is a non-profit organization created in 1978 to develop and sustain long-term, high-quality programs for post-doctoral research on the social, political, economic, environmental, and historical development of Eurasia and Central and Eastern Europe.   More

Latest NCEEER Working Papers








Doctors' and Parents' Perspectives on Communication Regarding HPV Vaccination in Bulgaria

Elitsa Dimitrova, Yulia Panayotova, Anna Alexandrova-Karamanova, and Irina Todorova

Contextual Constitution of Behavior: Introducing the HPV Vaccine in Eastern Europe

Irina Todorova and Adrian Baban

The Readers of Novyi Mir, 1948-1969: A Social Portrait

Denis Kozlov