We are currently looking for two staff members.   We are recruiting part-time Director to work in Tehran – a new post – and also looking for a replacement for the UK Administrator.

Part Time Director for Tehran

The British Institute of Persian Studies (BIPS) is seeking to appoint a part-time (0.4) Part Time Director, based at its Tehran offices.    This is a new post which may expand to be full-time as the work increases.

BIPS is a research organization, which supports, promotes and publishes research on all aspects of the history, culture of Iran and the Persianate world (Afghanistan, Central Asia and the Caucasus).   The principle duties of the Part Time Director are to administer all the Tehran-based aspects of BIPS and liaise with the Institute in London.  S/he will be required to report quarterly to the Governing Council and join its meetings, once a year in person and electronically on other occasions.

For further particulars and instructions how to apply please click here or contact our UK Administrator on 020 7969 5203 / bips@britac.ac.uk.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS is 6.00 pm (UK time) on FRIDAY 26 MAY 2017.   Late applications will not be considered.   Please note we can only accept applications from those permitted to work in the Iran, and those able to travel regularly between Iran and the UK.

Executive Officer

The British Institute of Persian Studies (BIPS) is seeking to appoint a part-time (0.6) Executive Officer, to be based at its London offices in central London.

The principle duties of the Executive Officer are to administer all the UK-based aspects of BIPS and liaise with the Institute in Tehran in consultation with the UK-based trustees and the Director resident in Tehran.  For further particulars and instructions how to apply please click here or contact our UK Administrator on 020 7969 5203 / bips@britac.ac.uk.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS is 6.00 pm (UK time) on FRIDAY 26 MAY 2017.   Late applications will not be considered.   Please note we can only accept applications from those permitted to work in the UK.