Job application form for the Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative
NOTE: We do NOT expect to select candidates for any of these positions in the next few months. Feel free to leave your information, and we will reach out to you when

See http://existence.org/jobs for descriptions of the jobs below.

Basic information
What job are you applying for?
Your full name:
Your answer
Your email:
Your answer
Link (URL) to your latest resume
Your answer
Description of degrees held and conferring institutions
List most recent first, e.g. "PhD in <subject> from <university>, BSc in <subject> from <college>".
Your answer
College GPA
(If you've been out of college for a while, take your best estimate from memory.)
Your answer
Current position and place of employment or study
E.g. "undergrad student in <subject> at <college> "; "software engineer at <company>" ...
Your answer
Samples of relevant work
Provide 1-3 urls to projects, documents, or other work outputs relevant to the position you're applying for. These could be files uploaded to Dropbox or Google Drive, GitHub repos, YouTube videos, websites you've made, news articles about events you ran, or any other artifact of your work that demonstrates your preparedness for the job.
Work sample #1
Your answer
Work sample #1 description
What was your personal contribution to the work linked above? I.e., what did you personally to do, and how did you do it?
Your answer
Work sample #2
Your answer
Work sample #2 description
What was your personal contribution to the work linked above? I.e., what did you personally to do, and how did you do it?
Your answer
Work sample #3
Your answer
Work sample #3 description
What was your personal contribution to the work linked above? I.e., what did you personally to do, and how did you do it?
Your answer
Availability
Weekly hours estimate
For about how many hours per week do you expect to be available to work in this job?
Your answer
Expected turnaround time for a 2-hour task
If we email you instructions (that you understand) for a task that will take you 2 hours to complete, how long do you think we'll typically have to wait until you've completed it, in hours? (Please remember to account for your other commitments and social activities as things that will delay our requests.)
Your answer
Availability horizon
For how many months can we expect (with 80% confidence) that the above availability estimates will remain valid? (Please remember to think about whether you have other jobs or contracts on the horizon that will change your availability.)
Your answer
Optional comments on availability
Anything else we should know about your availability?
Your answer
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