WE TRACK WEAPONS
Weapons documented at the point of use,
tracked through the chains of supply
BOOTS ON THE GROUND
Working in active armed conflicts to track the sources of arms and ammunition
UP CLOSE & PERSONAL
In-depth weapon analysis: from small arms to major conventional systems
JOINING THE DOTS
Mapping weapon flows on CAR’s iTrace
Global Weapon Reporting System
Senior Investigator | Enhanced Investigations Unit
Conflict Armament Research is in search of an experienced investigator to join its Enhanced Investigations Unit. The role will be to conduct investigations into human, financial, and logistical networks behind the illicit transfers of weapons and closely related conflict resources.
Details of the post and how to apply are available in this job description:
Deadline: 23:59 GMT on 23rd January 2022
Interviews: February and March 2022
Starting date: From as early as March 2022
Consultancies – Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
Conflict Armament Research welcomes unsolicited applications from SMEs who have the potential to fulfil consultancy roles within the activities of CAR’s work.
If you have technical experience in a specialist field that would benefit CAR’s work, please email a proposal letter with your curriculum vitae to [email protected]. Please include the following reference in your subject line: CAR_SME_[proposed role].
Equality, Diversity, and Inclusivity
Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels. We are undergoing a process of change to ensure we as an organisation are committed to creating an environment of mutual respect; one where equal employment opportunities are available to applicants and teammates of all backgrounds and protected characteristics.
At Conflict Armament Research we believe that diversity and inclusion is critical to our success as a global organisation. As such, we aim to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.