Employment at SRCC provides challenging and intellectually stimulating opportunities whether based in the field or in our offices. Alongside colleagues from varied backgrounds, many of whom already have distinguished track-records in the academic as well as public domain, the organisation provides a unique work environment.

In light of the current events in Syria, SRCC has launched a call for research papers to support innovative, multi-disciplinary, rigorous and high-quality research in the field of transitional governance. The research is policy-focused and will be used by the transitional government, civil society groups and activists in Syria as sources of knowledge and information.

Full-time and part-time Student Internships at SRCC are open to current undergraduates as well as recent graduates with a minimum (of a) bachelor's degree. Interns provide research and administrative support to SRCC staff.