Japan Program Coordinator (Administrative Associate 3)
Walter H. Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center’s (APARC) Japan Program facilitates multidisciplinary, social science-oriented research on contemporary Japan, emphasizing both academic scholarship and policy-relevant research. The program aims to become a central platform for Stanford students and the broader community for understanding and engaging with Japan.
Program activities include the Japan Colloquium Series, conferences to further cutting-edge research and address critical contemporary policy issues, and public seminars. The goal of the Japan Program is to become an eminent platform to foster intellectual exchange among leading scholars, experts, policymakers, professionals, business and civil society leaders, and students.
Working in a dynamic, international environment, the position holder will be expected to work in a timely and efficient manner in consultation with the Japan Program Director and other members at APARC to provide the full range of administrative support for the Japan Program and the Center.