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Senior Trial Attorney   Koskoff, Koskoff & Biederhas won the most top medical malpractice/personal injury verdicts in Connecticut. We’ve been described by the Hartford Courant as "reputedly the best plaintiff’s law firm in the state." In 1936, our founder Theodore "Ted" Koskoff started the firm with a dedication to helping people through some of the most difficult periods in their lives. And now, 85 years later, we are equally passionate about social justice and standing up for people whose civil rights have been violated.  Our attorneys are experienced, ethical, caring, and professional – and our culture is one of collegiality and cooperation. We maintain deep and longstanding relationships in our community and with local, state, and national trial organizations.Our philosophy is to provide quality legal representation, caring and responsive client service, and exceptional results to a limited number of clients. As a Senior Trial Attorney, you will manage an initial caseload of medical malpractice and/or personal injury cases, mastering the facts and preparing cases for trial. You will frequently collaborate with others to request advice, share your perspective, and brainstorm creative solutions; we take pride in working together to ensure our clients receive the best possible counsel. We are known for fighting for the best possible result, and it is this emphasis on teamwork that enables us take on the most challenging cases. Responsibilities - Serve as lead trial lawyer in court proceedings, handling a caseload of 15-25 cases and clients. - Prepare cases for trial including working with experts, hearings, depositions, mediations, and other case-related meetings. - Review and supervise the preparations of pleadings, discovery, motions, court orders, demand packages, and other case-related documents. - Maintain information in our case management database. - Serve as primary point of communication for clients, witnesses, attorneys, courts, insurance adjusters, medical providers, expert witnesses, and consultants. - Participate in weekly lawyer meetings to discuss/brainstorm your cases and cases of others. Qualifications - 7 or more years of trial work experience. Experience with medical malpractice cases is a plus, but not required. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills. - Friendly, collegial, and out-going while highly motivated and ambitious. - Impeccable references on past work, including jury trials to conclusion. - Must live in or be willing to relocate to Connecticut. - Licensed Attorney in good standing and eligible to be admitted into the Connecticut State Bar. - Our results speak for themselves. Koskoff has won the most top medical malpractice and personal injury verdicts in Connecticut. But there is no internal competition here. We are highly collaborative, cheering each other’s successes and working together to ensure the best results for all our clients. - Our staff cares about each other on a personal level. We treat each other and our clients like family. The firm started with a strong family-focus, and we continue those values today. - We feel strongly about social justice and support it with our actions. Attributes - Client-committed. You understand that client trust is essential and keeping your word is critical to developing and maintaining that trust. You approach clients’ needs as your own, lending an empathetic ear and dedication to providing the highest level of service. - Collaborative. You are happy to listen to others and share your input and opinions. You understand that it takes combined expertise to create success for our clients. - Curious. You have a fearless curiosity and the ability to ask the right questions. You are a fast learner and hit the ground running. You apply a “lawyer attitude” to your own professional growth: what you do not already know, you quickly learn. - Ethical and honest. You approach business with a solid focus on unwavering integrity. Internally and externally, you are known to be reliable, accountable, and trustworthy. - Persuasive. You have a confident and engaging presentation style. You make well-reasoned arguments and deliver critical and complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and presentable way. People follow your lead. - Problem solver. You know there will be times where you will ask yourself, “How in the world are we going to get this done?” Your passion and determination to do the right thing results in your finding a way where others see no way. - Rapport builder. In this position, you have many stakeholders with varying goals and needs. You establish credibility easily and are quickly seen as the “go to” person. - Relationship focused. You offer unflinching support for your colleagues and support a culture of collegiality and fun. People know you have their best interests in mind and are sincere in your communications. - Self-assured. You are confident and assertive and are not easily discouraged. You can challenge and be challenged in intellectual debate. What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Our results speak for themselves. Koskoff has won the most top medical malpractice and personal injury verdicts in Connecticut. But there is no internal competition here. We are highly collaborative, cheering each other’s successes and working together to ensure the best results for all our clients. - Our staff cares about each other on a personal level. We treat each other and our clients like family. The firm started with a strong family-focus, and we continue those values today. - We feel strongly about social justice and support it with our actions.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Bob Corlett at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Koskoff – Senior Trial Attorney #2021-2602 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternate titles: Senior Litigation Attorney, Lead Trial Lawyer, Lead Counsel, Personal Injury Trial Attorney, Attorney at Law, Partner, Associate Counsel, Associate   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.   IND123
Job ID
2021-2602
Job Locations US-CT-Bridgeport
Trial Associate   Koskoff, Koskoff & Biederhas won the most top medical malpractice/personal injury verdicts in Connecticut. We’ve been described by the Hartford Courant as "reputedly the best plaintiff’s law firm in the state." In 1936, our founder Theodore "Ted" Koskoff started the firm with a dedication to helping people through some of the most difficult periods in their lives. And now, 85 years later, we are equally passionate about social justice and standing up for people whose civil rights have been violated.  Our attorneys are experienced, ethical, caring, and professional – and our culture is one of collegiality and cooperation. We maintain deep and longstanding relationships in our community and with local, state, and national trial organizations.Our philosophy is to provide quality legal representation, caring and responsive client service, and exceptional results to a limited number of clients. As a Trial Associate, you will support and manage malpractice and/or personal injury cases, mastering the facts and preparing cases for trial. You will frequently collaborate with others to request advice, share your perspective, and brainstorm creative solutions; we take pride in working together to ensure our clients receive the best possible counsel. We are known for fighting for the best possible result, and it is this emphasis on teamwork that enables us take on the most challenging cases. Responsibilities - Prepare cases for trial including working with experts, hearings, depositions, mediations, and other case-related meetings. - Review the preparations of pleadings, discovery, motions, court orders, demand packages, and other case-related documents. - Maintain information in our case management database. - Serve as primary point of communication for clients, witnesses, attorneys, courts, insurance adjusters, medical providers, expert witnesses, and consultants. - Participate in weekly lawyer meetings to discuss/brainstorm cases.   Qualifications - 3 or more years of trial work experience. Experience with medical malpractice cases is a plus, but not required. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills. - Friendly, collegial, and out-going while highly motivated and ambitious. - Impeccable references on past work, including jury trials to conclusion. - Must live in or be willing to relocate to Connecticut. - Licensed Attorney in good standing and eligible to be admitted into the Connecticut State Bar.   Attributes   - Client-committed. You understand that client trust is essential and keeping your word is critical to developing and maintaining that trust. You approach clients’ needs as your own, lending an empathetic ear and dedication to providing the highest level of service. - Collaborative. You are happy to listen to others and share your input and opinions. You understand that it takes combined expertise to create success for our clients. - Curious. You have a fearless curiosity and the ability to ask the right questions. You are a fast learner and hit the ground running. You apply a “lawyer attitude” to your own professional growth: what you do not already know, you quickly learn. - Ethical and honest. You approach business with a solid focus on unwavering integrity. Internally and externally, you are known to be reliable, accountable, and trustworthy. - Persuasive. You have a confident and engaging presentation style. You make well-reasoned arguments and deliver critical and complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and presentable way. People follow your lead. - Problem solver. You know there will be times where you will ask yourself, “How in the world are we going to get this done?” Your passion and determination to do the right thing results in your finding a way where others see no way. - Rapport builder. In this position, you have many stakeholders with varying goals and needs. You establish credibility easily and are quickly seen as the “go to” person. - Relationship focused. You offer unflinching support for your colleagues and support a culture of collegiality and fun. People know you have their best interests in mind and are sincere in your communications. - Self-assured. You are confident and assertive and are not easily discouraged. You can challenge and be challenged in intellectual debate.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Our results speak for themselves. Koskoff has won the most top medical malpractice and personal injury verdicts in Connecticut. But there is no internal competition here. We are highly collaborative, cheering each other’s successes and working together to ensure the best results for all our clients. - Our staff cares about each other on a personal level. We treat each other and our clients like family. The firm started with a strong family-focus, and we continue those values today. - We feel strongly about social justice and support it with our actions.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Bob Corlett at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Koskoff –Trial Associate #2021-2606 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternate titles: Associate, Licensed Attorney, Attorney at Law, Litigation Attorney, Trial Attorney, Associate Counsel   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.   IND123
Job ID
2021-2606
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Educare DC   Educare DC has been awarded a new grant through the Office of Head Start to provide high-quality education and support services for young children in the District of Columbia. To meet the needs of our grant, we are hiring multiple Lead Teachers, Assistant Teachers, and Teacher Aides to work with infants and toddlers in 10 new classrooms in Ward 7.  We are hiring immediately and may be able to offer flexible start dates.    As a Lead Teacher, you will guide an Assistant Teacher and Aide to create a safe and structured learning environment within our comprehensive play-based program. You will help our children gain the skills necessary for success in school and life while you grow professionally as part of a team of dedicated early childhood educators. The work done through this grant will strengthen Educare DC’s contribution to making the District of Columbia a place where young children can grow, thrive, and prepare for success in school and in life.   This new program joins our flagship school and our child care partnership (CCP) program, increasing Educare DC’s capacity to now serve a total of 424 children from prenatal through age 5 years. This grant will allow Educare DC to provide an array of services, including high-quality early learning, health and wellness, and early intervention and family support services, to children during this important period of development.   Our school is part of the Educare Learning Network (ELN), made up of 24 high-quality early childhood schools across the country. Our school’s model emphasizes data utilization, high-quality teaching practices, embedded professional development, and intensive family engagement. Each classroom has three teachers and is supported by an instructional coach as well as our health and family engagement teams.   At Educare, we believe everyone deserves a fair chance to achieve their dreams and it starts by leveling the playing field from birth. Our approach extends beyond the classroom to help children, families, and communities thrive.   Responsibilities of the Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Display an appropriate knowledge of early childhood education and pedagogy. - Effectively provide young children with a safe and structured learning environment. - Display skills and traits that are a good fit with the mission of Educare. - Problem-solve and analyze situations thoroughly; generate effective strategies with a team. - Utilize data to achieve student learning and other goals. - Maintain responsibility for reaching outcomes despite obstacles. - Display professionalism by showing respect to children, parents, and colleagues in all situations. - Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. - Reflect on previous experiences, drawing lessons learned and applying them to future endeavors.    Qualifications of the Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Bachelor's degree in early childhood education (preferred) or in a related field with a minimum of three years teaching experience in an early childhood setting. - Knowledge and experience in the philosophy and practices of early childhood education, developmentally appropriate practice, and emergent literacy and social-emotional development. - Experience collaborating with parents in the education and care of their children. - Knowledge of early childhood curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice for the age group (0-3 years). - Knowledge of Early Head Start Performance Standards. - Must have an advanced command of English language and grammar, both verbal and written.   Attributes of the Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Collaborative. You exercise a thoughtful, reflective, and strength-based approach to teaching. - Cooperative. You work as a cooperative and supportive member of an interdisciplinary team. - Relationship builder. You listen, communicate, and build relationships with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups. - Resilient. You maintain a respectful, welcoming, and positive attitude and respond to challenges in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern. - Great listener. You take the time to learn what is valuable and important to others. You confidently engage with staff at all levels to define needs and expectations. - Confidential. You exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.   What’s Attractive to the Right Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler? - You will join a strong team that is passionate about our children and values each person’s unique contributions. - You will provide high-quality and individualized early learning to the children who need it most. - You will learn and grow through personalized coaching and mentorship to excel in the classroom. - You will teach in our state-of-the-art facility that was custom built for young children. - You will have the data you need to know you're making a difference and your work will elevate the work of the entire organization you support. - You will be supported by recognized experts in their field and you’ll have the resources you need to provide the level of service every student needs to succeed. - Our staff is passionate about the work we do and the people we serve. - Every day brings a new challenge and opportunity. - As part of this exciting new grant, you will help us build the program and influence the lives of 160 children and their families. - We have a strong, dependable, passionate, and welcoming staff and we work together to accomplish our mission. - We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes medical, dental and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 403b with company match; fixed leave during school closings plus personal days, holidays, and more.   To Apply for the Lead Teacher position: Use the “Apply” button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Educare - Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler #2020-2570 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles:  Master teacher, Early Head Start coach, early childhood development, infant and toddler, PITC Trainer, lead preschool teacher, infant teacher, toddler teacher, and preschool teacher.   Salary range is $49K - $57K and is commensurate with experience.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.     IND123    
Job ID
2020-2570
Job Locations US-VA-Vienna
Content Manager - CMAA   Job Summary The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Content Manager will be responsible for creating technical documents, procedures, and guidelines; explaining complex information in a clear and concise manner; and managing the publications business operations.  This position reports to the Vice President, Professional Development and works closely with the Director, Education Programs and the Director, Communications.   Essential Job Responsibilities To perform this job successfully, each essential job responsibility must be performed satisfactorily.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential job responsibilities. Other responsibilities may be assigned to meet business needs.   Top Three Priorities: - Conduct and present thorough research on industry-related topics to plan, develop, organize, write, and edit new and existing content. This includes identifying industry trends, interviewing and working with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), and facilitating validation conferences and focus groups. - Maintain, curate, standardize, revise, and proofread Body of Knowledge, articles, newsletters, and other materials for publication and distribution. This includes simplifying existing print and digital content and using photographs, drawings, diagrams, animation, and charts to help articulate information. - Oversee publications development for print, digital and online products and manage publishing department business operations.   Requirements: The requirements listed below are representative of the education, experience, knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to successfully perform the job.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: - Manage, revise, and generate content including: - Write for a highly technical audience in various formats (e.g., newsletters, publications, online, and press releases) - Seek and compile comments and feedback to focus and structure new and existing documents - Ensure content is consistent across all Association IP and propagate updates - Translate technical concepts into easily understood written deliverables - Follow established document designs and standards - Transform technical concepts into easily understood content while applying A/E/C industry standards and best practices. - Research A/E/C issues: - Develop process and procedure documentation for Construction Managers. - Maintain relationships with and interview SMEs to gain an understanding of industry topics and develop content - Organize and host peer-review processes and focus groups to validate content - Verify and document facts using standard reference sources - Publications Operations - Support the production process (scheduling of projects, monitoring content deadlines, etc.) - Manage publication sales, fulfillment, and inventory functions - Manage online bookstore (web updates, marketing, pricing) - Analyze data and monitor progress against revenue goals - Budget development - Manage customer support for publications related calls and emails - Oversee copyright permissions - Maintaining publication resource files Education and Experience:   - Bachelor’s degree in professional writing or similar field required, Master’s Degree preferred – or comparable experience. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Minimum five years of experience writing technical documentation, A/E/C industry preferred - Effectively work with volunteer leaders and committees - Self-motivated with the ability to work independently or collaboratively - Ability to prioritize in a dynamic environment and meet association deadlines - Highly organized with attention to detail and a passion for quality - Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously - Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required     Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  - Telecommuting/Remote work with the occasional office visits - High-quality internet connection - Ability to perform some duties outside of “normal work hours” including evenings and weekends. - Travel: up to 25%   Internally this position is called Content, Director   To Apply   Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume and salary requirements to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “CMAA - Content Manager #2020-2599 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternate titles: Content Writer, Content Editor   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2020-2599
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Policy Analyst    As a Policy Analyst for The American Academy of Actuaries (the Academy), you will oversee a portfolio of issues related to property and casualty (P&C) insurance public policy and regulation at the state and federal levels. Your ability to professionally and confidently engage and build relationships with policymakers and regulators will assist the Academy to increase recognition of the U.S. actuarial profession’s value. In this high visibility position, you will work on a wide range of issue areas pertaining to automobile insurance, cyber risk, climate risk, flood insurance, racial equity, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics, among many others.   In this role, you will spend approximately half of your time working with our Casualty Practice Council, committees, subcommittees, task forces, and workgroups providing staff support to plan meeting agendas, drive for consensus, and manage the flow of action items to ensure efficient committee operations. You will also represent the Academy on P&C issues, coordinating with public policy decisionmakers at the federal level (congressional committees and staff and executive branch agencies) and at the state level (state legislators and regulators with state departments of insurance). You will be facilitating volunteers’ interactions with these stakeholders through presentations and briefings as well as comment letters and analysis. The remainder of your time will be spent on strategic planning in conjunction with the internal public policy team about proactive projects, research initiatives, and relationship development with key stakeholder organizations to determine where the Academy can add value to strengthen its profile in P&C public policy.   We will rely on you to support the Casualty Practice Council, the Academy’s P&C policy steering committee on legislative and regulatory issues of importance to Academy members and the U.S. actuarial profession. You will assist the committees of volunteers in developing and producing public policy statements, including issue briefs, comment letters, and practice notes as well as a year-end seminar and periodic webinars. We are an objective, independent, nonpartisan organization that works on behalf of the profession for the formulation of sound public policy. We are a balanced and objective organization, allowing our analyses to lead to the conclusions.   Organization Overview The Academy is a D.C.-based 19,500+ member professional association whose mission is to serve the public and the U.S. actuarial profession. Academy members include consultants, corporate executives and staff, regulators, government officials, academicians, and retired actuaries. Their areas of practice cover pensions, life insurance, casualty insurance, health insurance, financial reporting, risk management, and more.   The Academy assists public policymakers on all levels by providing leadership, objective expertise, and actuarial advice on risk and financial security issues. The Academy also sets qualification, practice, and professionalism standards for actuaries credentialed by one or more of the five U.S.-based actuarial organizations in the United States.   Many of today's most pressing public policy issues require the sound application of actuarial principles. The Academy provides actuarial expertise and advice to public policy decision-makers on a wide array of issues that require the special set of skills and qualifications that actuaries offer. It also advocates on behalf of the profession and promotes the use of actuaries in non-traditional industries.   Responsibilities - Assist members of the Casualty Practice Council and its committees, workgroups, and task forces in the development of public policy statements. - Provide staff support for the administration of the operations of the Casualty Practice Council and related committees, workgroups, and task forces, including drafting meeting minutes, maintaining records, developing agendas, tracking projects, and coordinating members’ efforts. - Monitor relevant property/casualty insurance legislation and regulations of importance to the Academy’s members and the actuarial profession. - Build relationships with public policy decision-makers to increase awareness of the Academy’s role as a source of independent analysis and actuarial expertise. - Work to increase recognition of the actuarial profession’s value by policymakers and suggest initiatives to increase the effectiveness of the Academy’s policy efforts. - Work with the Assistant Director for Research to identify timely research needs on public policy issues and actively disseminate research results. - Develop contacts with other actuarial and related organizations. - Interact collegially with other Academy staff to coordinate efforts of mutual interest. - Work with Director of Public Policy, Deputy Director, and Senior Casualty Fellow to coordinate the activities under the purview of the Casualty Practice Council.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree required and a minimum of four years of association and/or legislative/regulatory experience is desired. - Knowledge/experience in property/casualty policy relevant to U.S. insurance/regulatory issues is desired. Experience working with actuaries is a plus. - Ability to travel domestically several times per year to industry conferences and events.   Attributes - Excellent communication skills. You like learning new things and collecting and sharing information. You can distill and deliver critical and complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and presentable way. - Self-driven and proactive. You ask questions and come up to speed quickly. You are hands-on. You dive in and take initiative without being asked. - Relationship-focused. Our stakeholders have a lot happening and things change for them daily. You keep track of how one change impacts the other, making sure you’re well-informed. You expertly use this skill to keep others informed and all on track. - Organized. You have effective time management and organization skill. You take delight in running a highly organized function. - Skilled project manager. Whether it’s something that requires a quick turnaround or a long-term commitment, you take full responsibility from start to finish. When you say you’ll get back to someone, you do. You bring order to competing priorities and keep things running smoothly.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - The Academy is a collaborative organization with a high degree of communication, trust, and mutual respect among employees, where individuals are recognized and rewarded for their work and accomplishments. - You will be empowered to take ownership of your role, be creative, and use initiative. - You will make a difference. Your work is important to our staff, members, and the public. Sound and well-informed public policy make life better for all Americans. - This role will give you a unique perspective of the many facets of the Academy, as you will interact with volunteers and colleagues across the organization. - Our organization is financially stable. We offer competitive salary, excellent work-life balance, and a generous benefits package that includes health/dental insurance; long-term and short-term disability insurance; life insurance; workers’ compensation insurance and private pension benefits; and leave benefits to include annual and sick leave, paid holidays, and bereavement leave. Supplemental benefits include flexible spending accounts program, transit benefits, and professional development.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “The Academy – Policy Analyst #2020-2600 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternate titles:Policy Analyst, Public Policy Anlayst, Policy Assistant   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2020-2600
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Educare DC   Educare DC has been awarded a new grant through the Office of Head Start to provide high-quality education and support services for young children in the District of Columbia. To meet the needs of our grant, we are hiring multiple Lead Teachers, Assistant Teachers, and Teacher Aides to work with infants and toddlers in 10 new classrooms in Ward 7.  We are hiring immediately and may be able to offer flexible start dates.    As an Assistant Teacher, you will work together with the lead teacher to create a safe and structured learning environment within our comprehensive play-based program. You will help our children gain the skills necessary for success in school and life while you grow professionally as part of a team of dedicated early childhood educators. The work done through this grant will strengthen Educare DC’s contribution to making the District of Columbia a place where young children can grow, thrive, and prepare for success in school and in life.   This new program joins our flagship school and our child care partnership (CCP) program, increasing Educare DC’s capacity to now serve a total of 424 children from prenatal through age 5 years. This grant will allow Educare DC to provide an array of services, including high-quality early learning, health and wellness, and early intervention and family support services, to children during this important period of development.   Our school is part of the Educare Learning Network (ELN), made up of 24 high-quality early childhood schools across the country. Our school’s model emphasizes data utilization, high-quality teaching practices, embedded professional development, and intensive family engagement. Each classroom has three teachers and is supported by an instructional coach as well as our health and family engagement teams.   At Educare, we believe everyone deserves a fair chance to achieve their dreams and it starts by leveling the playing field from birth. Our approach extends beyond the classroom to help children, families, and communities thrive.   Responsibilities of the Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Display an appropriate knowledge of early childhood education and pedagogy. - Effectively support the lead teacher in providing young children with a safe and structured learning environment. - Display skills and traits that are a good fit with the mission of Educare. - Problem-solve and analyze situations thoroughly; generate effective strategies with a team. - Utilize data to achieve student learning and other goals. - Share responsibility for reaching outcomes despite obstacles. - Display professionalism by showing respect to children, parents, and colleagues in all situations. - Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. - Reflect on previous experiences, drawing lessons learned and applying them to future endeavors.    Qualifications of the Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Associate’s degree in early childhood education (preferred) or in a related field with a minimum of 18 credits in early childhood education or child development. - One year of experience. - Experience collaborating with parents in the education and care of their children. - Knowledge of early childhood curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice for the age group (0-3 years). - Knowledge of Early Head Start Performance Standards. - Must have an advanced command of English language and grammar, both verbal and written. - Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.   Attributes of the Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Collaborative. You exercise a thoughtful, reflective, and strength-based approach to teaching. - Cooperative. You work as a cooperative and supportive member of an interdisciplinary team. - Relationship building. You listen, communicate, and build relationships with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups. - Resilient. You maintain a respectful, welcoming, and positive attitude and respond to challenges in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern. - Great listener. You take the time to learn what is valuable and important to others. You confidently engage with staff at all levels to define needs and expectations. - Confidential. You exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.   What’s Attractive to the Right Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler? - You will join a strong team that is passionate about our children and values each person’s unique contributions. - You will provide high-quality and individualized early learning to the children who need it most. - You will learn and grow through personalized coaching and mentorship to excel in the classroom. - You will teach in our state-of-the-art facility that was custom built for young children. - You will have the data you need to know you're making a difference and your work will elevate the work of the entire organization you support. - You will be supported by recognized experts in their field and you’ll have the resources you need to provide the level of service every student needs to succeed. - Our staff is passionate about the work we do and the people we serve. - Every day brings a new challenge and opportunity. - As part of this exciting new grant, you will help us build the program and influence the lives of 160 children and their families. - We have a strong, dependable, passionate, and welcoming staff and we work together to accomplish our mission. - We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes medical, dental and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 403b with company match; fixed leave during school closings plus personal days, holidays, and more.   To Apply for the Assistant Teacher - Early Childhood Education position: Use the “Apply” button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Educare - Assistant Teacher #2020-2573 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles:  Preschool assistant, preschool aide, infant and toddler assistant, infant and toddler aide, infant teacher, toddler teacher, and preschool teacher.   Salary range is $39K - $44K and is commensurate with experience.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.      IND123  
Job ID
2020-2573
Job Locations US-DC
Vice President of Finance and Accounting    Position Overview   As the Vice President of Finance and Accounting at Computercraft, you will report to the President and CEO, supervise a part-time accountant, and manage the strategy and day-to-day accounting and finance functions. You will have a seat at the table as a valued thought partner, supporting and advising on growth-related activities.   Established in 1981, Computercraft has nurtured and developed successful, decades-long, high-value relationships with our nation’s premier research organizations. We provide technical, scientific, and management support services to advance biomedical research and human health. We build and refine high-profile information resources that get accurate health and biomedical research data into the hands of researchers and other stakeholders all over the globe, helping them solve our world’s greatest health challenges. Through our other services, such as program management office support, we facilitate and sustain our nation’s public health efforts.    Responsibilities  - Develop financial strategies linked to business objectives throughout the company. - Create a culture of accountability, efficiency, transparency, and collaboration within the accounting team. - Ensure operational efficiency through financial strategy, forecasting, annual and multi-year budgeting, capital expenditure execution, audit compliance, contracts management, banking and related debt agreements, cash flow management, and internal controls. - Assist in requirements definition and implementation of new enterprise accounting software. - Implement operational improvements to financial and business processes. - Establish frequent engagement with corporate and contract staff and their teams, including collaboration with sibling company staff. - Assist in the development of best practices and policies. - Manage semi-monthly payroll (not responsible for running payroll). - Prepare monthly invoices. - Prepare the budget and forecast. - Assist in pricing and rate calculations for government contracts. - Close monthly books including preparation of monthly financial statements and budget comparisons. - Prepare supporting documentation for tax returns and the annual audit. - Prepare monthly and quarterly GSA submission requirements. - Other ad hoc analysis as needed.   Qualifications - B.S. in accounting or finance with 10-15 years of accounting experience in a government contractor company. - Knowledge of government procurement regulations, indirect rate structures, GSA schedules, and government-approved accounting systems. - Experience working with government contracts, indirect rates, T&M/FFP billing, A/R, A/P, payroll, and monthly close processes.   Attributes  - Detail-oriented. You set the standard for meeting and exceeding expectations. You are impeccable with your word and you hold others accountable to their commitments. - Proactive. You take initiative, think ahead, anticipate challenges, and skillfully manage numerous commitments and competing priorities to ensure deadlines are met. - Analytical. You have incisive analytical skills and make strong critical assessments. You go beyond giving us the numbers and tell us how to apply the data to produce the desired results. - Excellent customer service attitude. You cooperate easily with staff, vendors, and clients working as a positive team player. - Flexible. You adjust to changing priorities and operate effectively in a small business environment.    What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate?  - We are financially healthy, with secure, long-term contracts. - Our culture encourages a healthy work/life balance. - You will be an integral member of the leadership team, ensuring that financial performance and the financial integrity of the company is sustained as we grow. - We offer a competitive salary, an excellent benefits package, and the chance to work alongside a team of highly accomplished professionals.   To Apply  Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Computercraft – VP of Finance and Accounting  #2020-2593 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative titles: Director of Accounting, Controller, Finance and Accounting Director.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.      
Job ID
2020-2593
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Accounting Manager   Reporting to the Executive Director, you will provide hands-on management of a wide variety of finance and accounting needs for our $5 million nonprofit organization. This is an exciting time to join UNRWA USA as we are in a period of rapid growth. After over a decade of hard work, the American public is embracing our mission with enormous support through broad-based fundraising as well as an increase in foundation     grants. We will look to you to provide overall financial and operational forecasting, ensure compliance, and create and maintain effective and efficient finance and accounting operations.   Your exacting attention to detail and systems-thinking will help us strengthen financial controls and minimize risk while capitalizing on new opportunities. Working in close collaboration with a strong team of colleagues who are deeply committed to the mission of UNRWA USA, we look forward to  your guidance on new tools and processes to advance our tracking, reporting, and forecasting capabilities and streamline overall operating efficiencies. You will play a critical role in strategic decision-making to enhance financial operations and build capacity.   Organization Overview UNRWA USA aims to promote a life of dignity and human development for Palestine refugees. We are dedicated to showing Palestine refugees that Americans care. UNRWA USA is an independent 501c3 nonprofit that supports the humanitarian and human development work of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA). Through fundraising, education, and advocacy, UNRWA USA is informing the American public about UNRWA's work and generating support for programs in the Gaza Strip, the West Bank (including East Jerusalem), Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan.   While the issue area may be politicized, the work of UNRWA is strictly humanitarian: providing assistance and protection – including education, healthcare, relief and social services, infrastructure, microfinance, and emergency response – for over 5 million Palestine refugees, including in situations of armed conflict.   Responsibilities Finance and Accounting - Financial Reporting: Produce monthly, quarterly, and year-end financials in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate the implication of these reports to leadership. Provide quarterly analyses of the financial situation of the organization for the Audit Committee of the UNRWA USA Board of Directors. - Accounting: Ensure that accounting is in accordance with GAAP and nonprofit accounting principles and standards; ensure staff follow established procedures; update the accounting manual as needed. - Budget: Oversee the annual budgeting exercise and planning process in conjunction with the leadership team to have the budget completed and presented to the Audit Committee and the board and Treasurer for approval. Once approved by the board, monitor progress and compliance of expenses. - Cash flow and forecasting: In conjunction with the Executive Director, manage organizational cash flow and forecasting. - Internal financial control: Maintain appropriate financial controls; if lacking, institute controls, according to audit findings and overall best practices. Ensure accounting records, tax filing copies, and other records are maintained properly and safely stored. - Statutory compliance and filing: Ensure the timely submission of federal and state statutory filings. - Grants: In close cooperation with the Director of Programs and Operations, review financial reporting material for all donors, ensuring that resources are allocated in full compliance with stated donor intentions; oversee all financial, program, and grant accounting; support proposal budget development and review proposal budgets to ensure quality and cost reasonableness; maintain and strengthen grant procedures to ensure compliance, mitigate liability and risk, and increase transparency. - Payroll: Oversee and ensure accurate processing of payroll according to IRS rules and regulations. - 401k administration: Manage the organization’s 401k plan, including the submission of Form 5500 and mailing relevant documents to participants. - IRS inquiries and audits: Represent the organization before the IRS concerning inquiries and audits. Coordinate and lead the annual audit and tax preparations and filings; liaise with external auditors, tax accountants, and the Finance Committee of the board of directors.   Administration and Operations - Human resources: Work with an outside HR consultant to maintain appropriate records, oversee Department of Labor audits, and work with management to ensure compliance with UNRWA USA policies and U.S. labor law in the event of any disciplinary actions. Keep up to date on changes to local employment law to ensure we are in full compliance. - Insurance and licensure: Oversee the review and renewal of all insurance policies that affect the organization, including ones related to facilities, liability, and health; ensure that UNRWA USA complies with mandatory and voluntary standards. - Policies and procedures: Conduct an annual review of finance-related policies and procedures for the organization and staff; ensure that all staff, consultants, and volunteers are informed of procedures and are in compliance with them. - Legal: In close collaboration with the Executive Director, and outside counsel as needed, work to ensure that the organization is in compliance with rules and regulations governing the operations of the organization and protected from legal liability, including implementing UNRWA USA’s due diligence process. Conduct staff training as needed. - Office space: Serve as office manager. Negotiate yearly lease; ensure regular communication with office space management/leaser; share any updates/issues with the staff.   Qualifications - A least 5 years of finance and accounting experience. - Knowledge of, and practice in, nonprofit accounting principles and standards. - Knowledge of QuickBooks and Salesforce or a similar CRM. - Dedication to the mission of UNRWA USA.   Attributes - Business-minded. You are intellectually curious. You see the big picture and understand how the details relate to the overall mission of an organization. - Detail-oriented. You are meticulously attentive to details; you are known for your accuracy and you get it done right the first time. - Ethical and honest. You are ethical, honest, and beyond reproach in business dealings. You are known by others for your integrity and credibility. - Nimble. You can think on the fly, shift gears, and keep commitments amid situations that are sometimes out of your control. - Organized. You are consistent with your follow-through; you are known for how you “get things done” and for your attention to detail. - Rapport builder. You are open and collaborative, with the ability to develop strong and trusting relationships with donors. You have a successful track record of setting priorities and communicating clearly with staff in a constructive and engaging manner. - Results-driven. You smoothly manage through ambiguity and thrive in a fast-paced environment. You develop systems and tools from the ground up and possess a resolute focus on the future. - Systems-thinker. You have command of both the process and the details. You know what needs to be done and why, and you will figure out the best way to make it happen.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate?  - We are a growing organization. We are innovative and open to new ways of doing work; we will look for your partnership to recommend improvements to our processes and systems and to help us explore new revenue models/growth initiatives. - You will be joining a strong team of colleagues who are driven and ambitious. - We are one of the few charities that remain apolitical while advancing social justice and supporting an important humanitarian mission. - We offer liberal telecommuting options as well as additional benefits such as $1,000 per year for your professional development.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “UNRWA USA – Accounting Manager #2021-2605 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternate titles: Finance and Accounting Manager, Senior Accountant, Accountant, Staff Accountant, Senior Staff Accountant   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.   IND123  
Job ID
2021-2605
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Government Relations Associate   As the Government Relations Associate for the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI), you will report to the Vice President, Government Relations, monitor legislative and regulatory activities, and communicate with a variety of audiences to ensure that we have a proactive voice in driving federal and state advocacy initiatives. Your efforts will ensure that patients have every opportunity to receive quality cardiovascular care, addressing one of the most important health issues in America.   You will analyze and influence policy proposals (primarily at the federal level with some occasional focus on state-level matters) to execute our policy agenda. You will work with the government relations department as it relates to tracking, analysis, and drafting of comments, providing recommendations on responses to key issues, and implementing the operational work of our grassroots and PAC activities. You will support federal advocacy and key initiatives, including Federal Election Commission filings, advocacy publications, and social media accounts. You will help develop agendas and activities for our Government Relations Committee, as well as workgroups and task forces for specific issues. You will participate in strategic coalitions with patient groups, partner organizations, physicians, and industry partners to advocate for the interests of our members and the patients they serve.   You will work on reimbursement and other issues that are of vital importance to our members. We represent more than 5,200 members across 75 countries. Interventional cardiology is a tremendously interesting, important, and constantly changing field where you will be working with world premiere experts. We transform life-saving innovation into life-saving action by providing cutting-edge, high-quality education for interventionalists and their teams. Our mission is to lead the global interventional cardiovascular community through education, advocacy, research, and quality patient care.   Responsibilities Issue Tracking, Analysis, and Engagement - Monitor and report on legislative and regulatory activity impacting SCAI. - Track state policy issues. - Regularly brief the Government Affairs team on developments related to key legislation. - Conduct policy research and provide recommendations for how issues and proposals can be used in developing advocacy materials. - Produce written analyses and reference tools to support advocacy. - Analyze and provide written comments on existing laws and regulations to support advocacy strategy, response, and messaging. - Identify and create tactical opportunities to proactively engage and shape policy development on key SCAI priorities. - Create written resources such as talking points, issue briefs, member communications, and key contact identification processes that activate physician members at the grassroots level. - Coordinate the finalization of the agenda, logistics, and background materials for fly-ins as well as meetings and programs to include PAC events, meetings with physician affiliates, and educational sessions. - Maintain expertise regarding the use of technology applications for communications and data management, including but not limited to survey software (Qualtrics) for data collection and member surveys; travel and expense management software (Concur); content management system (CMS) for web pages; electronic communications technologies (ClickDimensions); VoterVoice for grassroots campaigns; Zoom software; other distance meeting software applications used for staff meetings and webinars; other software applications used for accreditation interface. Government Relations Program Support - Support the Vice President, Government Relations in the execution of annual fly-ins and “Doctor Visit” programs. - Execute the communications and marketing plan for events developed by the government affairs specialists and the SCAI Communications team. - Update the invitation process, registration management, member engagement, and meeting attendee tracking. - Execute pre-and post-meeting attendee communications about meeting logistics and agendas. Political Action Committee - Support the PAC board of directors when requested. - Maintain the PAC political candidate assessment materials. - Prepare and disseminate committee minutes. - Assist with political fundraising and Federal Election Commission filings. - Generate solicitation materials for use in fundraising campaigns. - Track and report on PAC events involving SCAI staff or members. - Support the execution of the SCAI PAC Member Benefits Program as needed. Government Relations Committee - Support the staff and leadership of the SCAI Government Relations Committee. - Provide project-based support and management to staff and leadership on committee-led projects and initiatives as specified. External Relations - Work with the Vice President, Government Relations to staff the SCAI AMA delegation.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in political science, public policy, communications, journalism, English, or health-related field. (Communications training with political/policy experience and/or an advanced degree in a related field desired.) - Working knowledge of government or public affairs and the legislative process and experience monitoring and responding to state or federal legislative and regulatory issues. (Experience, or interest in, lobbying at the state or federal level is a plus.) - 2-4 years successful experience working in a congressional or government affairs office; trade or professional association; lobbying or public affairs office; policy or political position; or a communications position for an elected official or campaign. - Experience in health/medical association management, health care delivery, and/or third-party reimbursement is a plus.   Attributes - Project manager. You can juggle multiple tasks, allocate and optimize resources, and manage timelines. You enjoy creating and implementing processes and procedures that create efficiencies. - Exceptional communicator. You are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy. You confidently engage at all levels and across multiple stakeholder groups. You collaborate on projects and communicate results, and you are willing to listen and learn from others. - Politically astute. You can understand, respect, and appreciate the challenges of the industry and the ongoing, evolving needs of members. You represent yourself and your organization as polished, credible, and knowledgeable. - Organization skills. Your attention to detail is supported by your organization skills. You appreciate order and know how to achieve it efficiently. - Flexible and capable. You manage changing priorities without difficulty and get the job done. You do whatever it takes. You are comfortable working in grey areas. - Resourceful with great follow through. Whether it’s something that requires a quick turnaround or a long-term project with many steps, you take full responsibility from start to finish. When you say you’ll get back with someone, you do. - Service-driven. You set the standard for meeting and exceeding expectations. You are responsive and committed. You are clear, tactful, and diplomatic about what’s realistic and what’s possible.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Your work will save lives. The issues we focus on are interesting and the doctors, scientists, and researchers we work with are committed to ensuring there is a strong pipeline to deal with the wide range of cardiovascular issues facing every American. - SCAI is an exciting and busy environment where you will learn and grow your career. You will be working with smart, collaborative, energetic, hard-working people who are committed to their work and delivering a solid work product. - You will be reporting to an experienced government relations executive who believes in building strong teams around individual strengths. Your opinion will be valued and you will have the opportunity to explore your interests. - As the leading medical society for interventional cardiology professionals, we have experienced tremendous growth over the past 10 years. - We offer highly competitive compensation and benefits that includes health, dental and vision insurance, tuition reimbursement, vacation and holiday pay, retirement plan with employer contribution, short-term and long-term disability insurance and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Project Director Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SCAI – Government Relations Associate #2021-2604 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Internally this position is called Government Relations Associate    Alternate titles: Government Relations Specialist, Government Relations Manager   Please note: Our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.  IND123
Job ID
2021-2604
Job Locations US-NJ-Princeton
Vice President, Communications     In this momentous time, with health, political, and social pandemics surging, the Institute for Citizens & Scholars is expanding our mission and rebuilding how we develop citizens in our country. Building upon our 75-year legacy, you will lead our communication strategies which focus on building bridges across the political spectrum, increasing awareness of our work, protecting our reputation, and ensuring alignment of communication deliverables with our current and rapidly growing portfolio of work. Through different programs, Citizens & Scholars and our partners are tackling critical national issues. We are leveraging the “fierce urgency of now” to bring together the nation’s most respected progressive and conservative funders who view issues from different vantage points — that difference is our strength.   As the VP, communications, you will report to the president, lead a team of two, and be supported by external resources as needed. Ultimately you will ensure consistent, cohesive, inclusive, and effective messaging. As the VP, communications, you will have the opportunity to manage all aspects of our integrated communications and marketing strategy, grassroots engagement, including earned media and pitching major news outlets, government relations, strategy and branding initiatives, and more. Your effectiveness will flow from your ability to listen, synthesize, and centralize communication so that we portray credible and compelling messages to key audiences.The impact of your success will be transformative.   Organization Overview The Institute for Citizens & Scholars (formerly the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation) is a 75-year-old organization that has played a significant role in shaping higher education. From generations of college professors to thousands of K–12 teachers to policymakers and education leaders, we have prepared, engaged, and enriched education leaders at all levels. Over the years, more than 27,000 fellows have contributed to creating a better educated, more thoughtful, and more inclusive America. With an expanded mission, Citizens & Scholars is rebuilding how we develop citizens in our country. We do this in three distinct ways: - we support young people to be better citizens, - we network civic leaders to ensure a resilient democracy, and - we prepare a diverse and responsive next generation of college faculty and educators.   Four Interconnected Pillars of Responsibilities Strategic Leadership - Develop strategy for, oversee, and contribute to all aspects of communication and branding strategy and efforts, including press relations, hard-copy and digital publications, online and social media presence, multimedia presence, and branding initiatives. - Provide thoughtful, nuanced counsel on complex communications and branding challenges. - Promote our programs and new initiatives, engaging both internal and external stakeholders including current and potential funders. - Manage the central communications budget. - Manage vendors as needed. - Manage issues and crisis communications efforts, providing timely and effective talking points and media training for leadership. External Communications - Position Citizens & Scholars for strategic earned media coverage; guide and develop a portfolio of owned media and shared media assets. - Maintain a visible and effective role as a media liaison and spokesperson. - Develop and share best practices in new media technologies and tools; develop metrics and other assessment tools to measure the effectiveness of our communications efforts. - Promote our mission and raise our visibility with blogging, social media, and other channels. Branding - Oversee branding and identity initiatives, based on a sophisticated understanding of marketing strategies and trends that align with our goals and mission. - Drive efforts to continue to distinguish and enhance our brand. - Write and edit a range of communication materials. Integrated Communications Support - Provide strategic support for government relations initiatives in partnership with members of the senior team. - Collaborate with the vice president, chief development officer, and others as needed to support board communications, development communications, and program communications. - Manage a strong in-house communications team of two, ensuring effective team building, high-quality outcomes, and appropriate opportunities for professional development.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and/or 10+ years of communications experience, ideally developing communications for legislative and/or issue advocacy. - Ability to think creatively and develop strategic messaging. - In-depth knowledge of communication strategies, tools, techniques, and technology (including social media, grassroots, and earned media channels). - Exceptional writing and editing skills including content creation, copy editing, and line editing required, along with the ability to shape and improve content for a variety of target audiences and repurpose material for multiple uses. - Proven track record of project management, preferably in coalitions or network-centric organizations. Demonstrated leadership and management skills. - Experience monitoring and analyzing news coverage, writing press materials, developing media strategies, and successfully securing earned media stories. - Proactive and self-motivated. Flexible and able to adjust to changing priorities and operate effectively in a fluid and fast-paced environment.   Attributes - Strategic. You see the big picture, anticipating issues long before others. You can effortlessly frame the issues and set priorities that advance multiple agendas. You think flexibly and can reprioritize on the fly as new information or opportunities arise.  - Respectful. You value different points of view and listen, digest, and synthesize information, even when you disagree. You work effectively with people at every level of the organization and every kind of background. - Collaborative. You recognize the goals of stakeholders. You share your insights, seek out other opinions, and demonstrate respect for the needs and concerns of others. You strategically invest time in building trusting relationships. - Credible. You are known as an honest broker, earning the respect of friends and foes alike as a formidable advocate who works in good faith to find common ground. - Campaign mentality. You have an excellent sense of timing, knowing when to go forward with a calculated risk and when to temper passion and hold back. You are able to pivot based on political realities and resources. You think critically about message and messengers, and how to leverage both to drive impact toward a goal. - Self-aware. You know how you are perceived, understand the impact of your actions, and take full responsibility. You know perception is reality. - Curious. You enjoy learning about new issues, relish the opportunity to challenge your own thinking, and prefer to ask a question rather than assume you know the answer.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make a difference on issues that matters deeply to every American. - You have the flexibility of an office location or remote work, depending on your preference. You will need to be in the office two days a week and at times on other days as specified by the president. - You will be working with, and supported by, an experienced, outcomes-oriented team – people who have a long track record of successfully launching breakthrough social enterprise initiatives. Together we’re working on fresh solutions to meet urgent education needs. Our senior management team has experience in program design and operations, higher education, communications, fundraising, financial management, IT/data systems, and research and evaluation. They also bring experiences ranging from the classroom to the quad and from Main Street to Wall Street in both the nonprofit and private sectors.   Our Core Values - We are constantly learning and improving. We test and refine new ideas and learn from our mistakes. We dare to question old solutions. We seek opportunities to collaborate with our diverse team; different backgrounds, skill sets, and thinking styles give us valuable new perspectives. We share knowledge and insights with each other to help us grow as individuals and as an organization. - We are gracious and grateful in all that we do. We invest in our relationships with warmth and a sense of humor. We express gratitude to all our colleagues and stakeholders. While we strive for excellence, we recognize that no one is perfect. We give others the benefit of the doubt and act with kindness and integrity. - We are attentive and intentional. We are aware of the needs of the world and those around us so that our work has a real impact. Our work is mission-driven and we know the “whys”– both large and small – behind what we do. Recognizing that details matter, we are equally committed to quality.   Internally this position is titled Chief Communications Officer   To Apply Simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “C&S – VP, Communications #2020-2592 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles:  Vice President of Communications, Chief Communications Officer, Senior Director of Communications, Vice President of Communications and Marketing, Director of Public Relations   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2020-2592
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Executive Speechwriter   PCORI funds research that offers patients and caregivers the information they need to make important healthcare decisions. In this role, you will primarily be responsible for writing major addresses, brief remarks, talking points, and presentations for the executive director showcasing our vision and mission, as well as guiding messages to a variety of external and internal audiences. Dr. Nakela Cook, our executive director, is a cardiologist and health researcher with a distinguished career leading key scientific initiatives engaging patients, clinicians, and other healthcare stakeholders. A thoughtful, strategic speaker, Dr. Cook likes to dig into the medical literature, citing research and evidence in her speeches. You will work with her collaboratively as a thought partner in this body of work. Reporting to the director of communications and working closely with the executive director, the executive speechwriter serves as a senior member of PCORI’s communications team.   You will also write and prepare companion presentations for other executive officers and members of the Board of Governors when necessary. You will prepare original, professional, effective, relevant, and compelling high-profile communications for PCORI leadership.   Organization Overview Patients, their families, and clinicians face a wide range of complex and often confusing choices when it comes to addressing their health and healthcare concerns. They need trustworthy information to decide which option is best for them. The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) was established to help address these challenges. Our job is to close the gaps in evidence needed to improve key health outcomes by funding research designed to improve patient care and outcomes through patient-centered comparative clinical effectiveness research (CER). The research we fund is guided by our five National Priorities for Research and Research Agenda. The work under these priorities is managed by our scientific and engagement programs, which track and evaluate effectiveness.   Responsibilities - Act as the primary writer of public speeches, remarks, talking points, and other public or internal comments by PCORI’s executive director, senior leadership, and members of the board of governors as needed. - Develop PowerPoint slides to accompany executive speeches and work with PCORI’s designers on necessary creative for presentation slides. - Perform independent research to support and strengthen presentations and articles. Maintain records of research and back-up materials that verify statements. - Collaborate with PCORI colleagues to obtain data, examples, and information for speeches. - Rapidly build familiarity with the PCORI research portfolio and regularly monitor peer-reviewed journal publications to inform content development. - Write and prepare materials in the voice and style of the speaker. - Ensure that the relevant strategy, message development, branding, and other core goals are accomplished in each piece. - Work with the schedulers, communications staff, various PCORI teams, and other senior staff to maintain awareness of leaders’ schedules for upcoming events and the expected topics and presentation lengths for any required communications pieces.   Qualifications - A minimum of a master’s degree in a health-related field, public health, or medicine, with a focus on communications or journalism, or a combination of education and experience with at least seven years of speechwriting experience for a principal with a public profile. - Ability to translate complex research on clinical and medical topics into accurate but approachable language, tailoring information to audiences that include health professionals, patients, policymakers, or the general public. - Strong research ability; comfortable navigating peer-reviewed health and science journals for source material. - Comfort working with patients, patient advocates, clinicians, researchers, scientists, public health, and public policy experts. - Demonstrated ability to work closely with principal officers of nonprofit organizations or other principal officers, with proven trustworthiness for handling sensitive and confidential information. - Proven ability to develop fresh thinking and creative ideas for speeches and other contents. Strong storytelling skills that can make PCORI’s work relevant to different audiences.   Attributes - Great communicator. You have excellent oral and written communication skills. Your writing skills are impeccable. You have high standards for accuracy, quality, responsiveness, integrity, and discretion. - Team player. You work as an integral part of a team that works and wins together. You are articulate, persuasive, and willing to listen to and respect the views of others, confidently engaging with staff at all levels to define needs and expectations. You collaborate on projects and communicate results. - Flexible. You are comfortable working in a fluid environment and can make adjustments in both day-to-day and larger-scale activities based on new information and situations. - Partnership. You know how to build trust internally and externally. You are viewed as professional and accountable. You discreetly address confidential, sensitive, and delicate assignments. - Project manager. You set priorities wisely, adroitly juggle multiple projects and tasks, allocate and optimize resources, reduce risks, manage timelines, and get the work done. - Curious and analytical. You like to learn new things, enjoy researching just about anything, and have a natural curiosity. You ask questions, listen, and learn.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Working here, you will have the opportunity to influence the quality of healthcare afforded to every American. PCORI researchers have had great success in the national effort to improve patient-centered outcomes and provide research evidence to assist patients, caregivers, clinicians, and others to make informed healthcare decisions. - This is a unique role where you will support the new executive director who will make time to work with you to prepare for her engagements. - We are financially stable with the next ten years of funding already secured; our organization is able to operate relatively independently. - We offer an excellent compensation package including medical, dental, and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 401(a) plan; life insurance; and more.    To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “PCORI – Executive Speechwriter #2020-2594 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternate titles: Communications Director, Director of Public Relations, VP Communications, Communications Officer   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2020-2594
Job Locations US-NJ-Princeton
  Civic Learning Lead (Remote Work Option)   As the civic learning lead, you will work closely with our board and president at the very center of the national conversation about civic learning, supporting young people to be better citizens and networking with civic leaders to ensure a resilient constitutional democracy.   In an age of fracture and distrust, we must fundamentally rethink the ways we prepare young people with the knowledge, skills, dispositions, and capacities to be successful citizens in our democracy. By its very nature, civic learning must be cross-partisan work, designed to encourage understanding and trust. Collaboration will not always be easy, but it is the only way forward. To be successful, we must all set aside our personal agendas and build a new system of civic learning designed to produce citizens who are well-informed, productively engaged in working for the common good, and hopeful about our democracy. Your work will demand an exceptional display of civic skills and courage – you will build social trust and model the very skills and disposition that we want others to emulate and teach. You will be serving as a neutral arbiter, developing sustained funding support from a partnership of high-impact donors across the ideological spectrum who commit to doing this work collaboratively.   Working here, you will focus on building a “field” of civic learning: taking a leadership role in narrative building, supporting a robust research agenda, helping to scale effective programming, supporting policy development, and actively recruiting major players (and funders) from adjacent spaces, all being done alongside and with major players who share overlapping goals. We are actively developing a civic learning platform where people can come to learn about the work and a communications strategy that allows funders and local grasstops and grassroots constituencies to coordinate on major initiatives. We are part of a leadership group developing and supporting a multi-pronged approach to legislation at the federal, state, and local levels. And we are doing work on the ground – building our own “operating muscle,” learning from direct services delivery, building credibility, and filling gaps we’ve identified. (Our Civic Spring Project is one example; you may also want to review our analysis of the civic learning ecosystem.)   About Us For the past 75 years, the Institute for Citizens & Scholars has prepared leaders and engaged networks of people and organizations to meet urgent education challenges, helping to shape an informed, productively engaged, and hopeful citizenry. We are now rebuilding how we develop citizens in our country in three distinct ways: - we support young people to be better citizens, - we network civic leaders to ensure a resilient democracy, and - we prepare a diverse and responsive next generation of college faculty and educators. To sustain a flourishing civil society, we bring groups together as a force for progress on the nation’s biggest education challenges. We bring a breadth and depth of experience in civic learning and civil society development. We also utilize a multi-disciplinary, cross-partisan, and cross-sector approach that harnesses data and technology to tackle the issues at scale since the most urgent and complex societal challenges cannot be solved by one field, party, or sector alone.   We work to create not just a better educated but a more just and inclusive America. We have long been a proponent of excellence in teaching by actively promoting more gender and racial diversity in American higher education, improving the quality of K–12 education in our country, strengthening STEM teaching in high-need schools, and improving understanding of American history and civics. And now we are dramatically expanding the scope of our work to focus on key determinants of a flourishing civil society. We are thinking beyond the high school Civics class, imagining a holistic approach to civic learning and practice. This will include both high-quality, engaging content and opportunities to practice civic skills and develop civic dispositions in classrooms and after school on the sports field, at summer camp, online, and at home.   Major Impact Areas We would consider your first year to be successful if you achieved the following: - Field building: Bring a cross-partisan group of funders together to invest in building the field of civic learning. This might include work in any of the following 12 areas of focus: - Identity: co-creating and promoting a shared identity for a new field of civic learning, including defining the goals of the field more specifically - Narrative and communication: developing a compelling narrative and sense of urgency around civic learning, and then a strategy to communicate that narrative and urgency to a broad audience - Expanding the support base: expanding and deepening support for civic learning among parents, corporations/business, and other key stakeholders, and connecting civic learning in K–12 to related learning at the postsecondary level - Research: understanding the current research base and creating a research agenda for the field - Developing measurement tools - Understanding and supporting civic learning online - Developing an effective nonprofit workforce and teachers - Developing networks that can act as information exchanges among multiple stakeholder groups (in-person and virtual) - Policy: developing and promoting civic learning public policy - Youth involvement: integrating youth into the work - Pilot programs: developing discrete, targeted, place-based pilot programs (e.g., in a state or municipality) of a new, comprehensive system of civic learning - Scale: strengthening and scaling promising programs and approaches - Convener / communicator / connector: Continue to build our reputation as a neutral arbiter and field builder in civic learning by understanding the perspective of all the key players in the ecosystem, connecting the dots, co-convening the right experts to solve problems, and identifying gaps that must be addressed. - Direct service: Continue our direct service work, working with partners to re-envision how to do “proof of concept” projects, focusing on an outcomes orientation, measuring impact, sharing lessons learned, and modeling how we would like the field to partner and support each other.   Primary Focus We will expect you to divide your time between the following: - Individual conversations with funders and organizations working the sector, learning what work is underway, what is needed, sharing information, etc. - Building a communications mechanism to drive communications, share information, and frame the issues. This will continue to build credibility with key constituencies. - Convening meetings with key players to address issues. - In our planning, we anticipate raising approximately $800,000 in year one.   Qualifications - Fifteen years of experience in social enterprise (ideally youth development). You’ve led a big cross-partisan project and worked with others to accomplish something complex, notable, difficult, and transformative. - You are effective in high-stakes conversations (with major donors, investors, coalition partners, or other key stakeholders). - Ideally, you have familiarity with and connections in the social and emotional learning community (SEL) including youth development work in identity development, critical thinking, bridging divides, civic responsibility, decision making, teamwork, and/or media literacy. - Ideally, you have familiarity and interest in curriculum development and standards. - Ideally, you are comfortable with social media and have experience using it as a positive force to support your goals. - You are welcome to work remotely long-term, but once the public health emergency measures are lifted, you’ll need to routinely visit the Princeton office and travel to meet others approximately 40 percent of the time.   Attributes - You can persuasively make the case for support for your approach. You are equally effective working with people from funders, policymakers, educators, researchers, and nonprofit organizations. - You carefully listen to people, understand their needs and challenges, and find common ground with them. You can synthesize and distill their perspectives, notice what is not said, and find both points of agreement and disagreement as well as gaps in the conversation. - You are thoughtful and can hold competing ideas in your head at the same time. - You are a deft communicator, avoiding any perception of ideological bias, and can effectively share ideas with any audience in conversation, in long-form written material, and on social media. - You can be trusted. You are viewed as an honest broker, a trusted, neutral, unbiased arbiter. You know who should be in the room for key conversations and know how to connect people and organizations to achieve successful outcomes. - You are relentlessly, pragmatically outcomes-focused, accountable for delivering results that can be measured and replicated. - You are an inspiring leader, a problem solver, and a change agent. Other people want to work with you.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - There is already a broad consensus that we need to fundamentally rethink and enrich the ways we prepare young people to be successful citizens in a democracy. And there is already enthusiasm and engagement among funders who are interested in revitalizing our system of civic education. Our success will depend on building a broad and diverse coalition of supporters and there is plenty of common ground from which to move forward. - There are countless efforts to reform our political process in the works, but none of these reforms will make any difference if the next generation of citizens lacks the knowledge, skills, dispositions, and capacities needed for democratic self-government. - You will be working with, and supported by, people who have a long track record of successfully launching breakthrough social enterprise initiatives. Our senior management team has experience in program design and operations, higher education, communications, fundraising, financial management, IT/data systems, and research and evaluation. They also bring experiences ranging from the classroom to the quad and from Main Street to Wall Street in both the nonprofit and private sectors. - By joining now, you’ll be involved at the inception of this project, leading and shaping the work. Your work will create a civic learning ecosystem capable of producing future generations of well-informed, productively engaged, and patriotic citizens. This moment in time demands nothing less.   Our Core Values - We are constantly learning and improving. We test and refine new ideas and learn from our mistakes. We dare to question old solutions. We seek opportunities to collaborate with our diverse team; different backgrounds, skill sets, and thinking styles give us valuable new perspectives. We share knowledge and insights with each other to help us grow as individuals and as an organization. - We are gracious and grateful in all that we do. We invest in our relationships with warmth and a sense of humor. We express gratitude to all our colleagues and stakeholders. While we strive for excellence, we recognize that no one is perfect. We give others the benefit of the doubt and act with kindness and integrity. - We are attentive and intentional. We are aware of the needs of the world and those around us so that our work has a real impact. Our work is mission-driven and we know the “whys”– both large and small – behind what we do. Recognizing that details matter, we are equally committed to quality.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Bob Corlett at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Institute for Citizens & Scholars – Civic Learning Lead #2020-2587 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2020-2587
Job Locations US-DC-metro
Magazine Editor– Remote Work Option   As the Magazine Editor, you will have full ownership of the reporting, writing, and editing of our monthly flagship magazine, managing content, publication process, vendors, and distribution. You will also manage other printed and digital materials.   We are a financially healthy individual membership organization for professionals in the nonprofit, academia, government, and industry sectors. Our flagship monthly magazine keeps our members up to date with industry and regulatory news. It is consistently ranked as one of the top member benefits by our 15,000 members and articles are often incorporated into our educational programming.   Responsibilities - Serve as the editor for our monthly flagship magazine; coordinate the internal and external review processes, ensuring overall content quality and timely distribution of the magazine. - Solicit articles from members and interview subject matter experts and industry leaders for articles. - Coordinate all aspects of the magazine’s layout and design with the services of an outside vendor. Obtain photos and suggest illustrations and other visual elements to ensure the magazine and other publications look as fresh and attractive as possible. - Work with editorial boards to ensure high-quality publications. - Identify and manage vendors, ensuring quality control measures are enforced, deadlines are met, and the magazine is mailed on time. - Establish the editorial calendar, developing monthly themes for the magazine.  - Develop an advertising strategy in consultation with the marketing and sales team. Coordinate schedules and placements for ads.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree or higher in journalism, English, or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years of related experience. - Strong reporting, editing, and writing skills. Chicago style editing expertise is required. - You are welcome to work remotely long-term, but once the public health emergency measures are lifted, you will need to be able to travel to meet others approximately 10 percent of the time.   Attributes  - Project manager. You are exceptionally skilled at keeping the trains running on time. You can juggle multiple tasks and manage timelines. - Service-driven. You set the standard for meeting and exceeding expectations. - Exceptional communicator. You confidently engage with staff at all levels and across multiple stakeholder groups. You are willing to listen and learn from others. - Team player. You thrive in a team environment yet work well independently. - Resourceful with great follow-through. Whether you’re dealing with something that requires a quick turnaround or a long-term project with many steps, you take full responsibility from start to finish.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Our association is a respected brand that is trusted by our members. Our magazine is a valuable member benefit.  - You will like who you work with – a supportive, respectful, collegial team of passionate and committed colleagues. - We offer a work/life balance, an environment where you will be trusted and respected by professional colleagues, and a competitive salary and benefits package.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Confidential – Magazine Editor #2020-2591 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles: Editor, Associate Editor, Managing Editor, Content Editor, Content Manager, Senior Editor, Digital Content Editor, Writer/Editor   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.        
Job ID
2020-2591
Job Locations US-NJ-Princeton
Senior Program Officer, Mellon Programs The Institute for Citizens & Scholars has long worked to bring greater diversity into higher education and to address structural racism as it affects faculty and graduate students, particularly in the liberal arts and social sciences. Through our past work, we have earned a reputation for supporting outstanding scholarship, encouraging the development of doctoral students and faculty, and creating a network of intellectual leaders and mentors for BIPOC, Latinx, and differently gendered scholars—part of a larger national network of Fellows bringing their talents to bear on critical national needs. WW has built a powerful platform to bring together partners who are pulling the academy forward and rethinking faculty development, equity in the academy, the importance of teaching, and even how we measure success.   This is an ideal time to join the organization. You will be well-positioned to promote more gender and racial diversity in American higher education faculty and expand communities of color on campuses nationwide. As the organization creates a new identity to align with our mission, values, and ongoing work, fast-moving new initiatives will broaden our reach and expand our impact.   As senior program officer for the Mellon Programs at the organization, you will lead a suite of initiatives funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, reporting to the vice president and supervising a team of two. Your initial focus will be on growing and enriching these programs, which support emerging scholars and junior faculty at critical junctures of their careers. By investing in these scholars through programs like the Mellon Mays Gap Assistance Program, the Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders Award, and the Career Enhancement Fellowships, we accelerate fellows’ scholarly and intellectual momentum and support retention. Several of these programs serve specifically, though not exclusively, as supports for scholars who have received Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowships (MMUF).   Externally, you will be working closely with the powerful MMUF network, engaging with faculty nationwide (including MMUF coordinators in over 80 institutions). Internally, you will serve as a valuable thought partner to the president and vice president evaluating how to strengthen our support for junior faculty as they adapt to changing needs during this unprecedented time (i.e., teaching virtually, delaying tenure, balancing teaching with research). You will also serve as an advisor on several other WW programs in higher education beyond the Mellon Programs suite.   In this role, you will spend about half your time working with internal colleagues to oversee current programs, develop budgets, and evaluate impact. As a team leader, you will provide mentoring and professional development opportunities for two program associates. The balance of your time will be spent engaging externally, developing relationships with faculty, and working closely with funders, including senior management at the Mellon Foundation.   Our Core Values - We are constantly learning and improving. We test and refine new ideas and learn from our mistakes. We dare to question old solutions. We seek opportunities to collaborate with our diverse team; different backgrounds, skill sets, and thinking styles give us valuable new perspectives. We share knowledge and insights with each other to help us grow as individuals and as an organization. - We are gracious and grateful in all that we do. We invest in our relationships with warmth and a sense of humor. We express gratitude to all of our colleagues and stakeholders. While we strive for excellence, we recognize that no one is perfect. We give others the benefit of the doubt and act with kindness and integrity. - We are attentive and intentional. We are aware of the needs of the world and those around us so that our work has a real impact. Our work is mission driven and we know the “whys”— both large and small — behind what we do. Recognizing that details matter, we are equally committed to quality.   Primary Responsibilities of the Senior Program Officer - Lead the Career Enhancement Fellowship Program. Develop a project plan with deadlines, deliverables, and team members’ roles. Research and recruit committee members; confirm committee availability for the upcoming cycle; determine timelines; design applications; develop scoring and evaluation approaches. Ensure a strong annual recruitment plan. Facilitate selection calls and interviews. Lead the development of the Fellows’ Annual Retreat and ensure a strong mentoring program for Fellows. Develop and monitor a strong approach to internal evaluation, data collection, and tracking of Fellows’ post-program achievements. Ensure and document progress toward agreed-upon program goals. Provide general administrative oversight. - Oversee the Mellon Mays Gap Assistance Program (GAP). Provide thought leadership for this program designed to support undergraduate and post-college transitions into Ph.D. programs and oversee the program associate in managing the GAP program. Give GAP recruitment presentations at two or more MMUF conferences each year. Attend and speak at GAP graduate school bootcamps. Provide support for GAP participants as needed. - Oversee the Dissertation Support Program (including the Travel & Research Grants and Dissertation Grants Programs). Provide thought leadership and oversee the program associate’s management of these programs; support the selection process as needed. - Support the Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders (MEFL) Award Program. Assist with pre-screen of applications and facilitate selection. Assist with grant proposal and report writing. On request, analyze data, conduct literature reviews, and identify thought leaders in diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education. Recruit for MEFL at MMUF conferences. - Lead funder/partner relations and ensure accountability. Serve as the primary point of contact for Mellon Foundation program leadership; represent WW at funder meetings and external conferences. Serve as lead on grant renewals for the Mellon Programs; draft, edit, and revise grant renewals. Advise the team on draft grant reports for GAP, Dissertation, and Travel & Research Grants. Review and revise draft grant reports in consultation with the VP and the budget officer; submit final reports. - Conduct evaluation, monitoring, and research. Develop and implement an internal evaluation program consistent with the mission of both the Mellon Programs and the organization overall. As needed and appropriate, propose and conduct research, literature reviews, and market analyses to support the Mellon Programs. Create and oversee a strategy for thoughtful, comprehensive, accurate collection of data. Design and update surveys and progress reports to ensure the necessary information is gathered to assess the impact of our interventions. Provide research support to other programs on occasion. - Lead and manage. Coach and mentor two direct reports. Coordinate weekly check-ins and team and project meetings to ensure that project deliverables are on track. Facilitate debrief conversations after major milestones in each project cycle.   Qualifications of the Senior Program Officer - An advanced degree (required); a Ph.D. (strongly preferred), including a deep grounding in the liberal arts and/or social sciences. - Higher education experience (required), including experience as or familiarity with university administration and faculty. - Experience overseeing program administration (preferred), including staff management experience. - Familiarity with the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program (highly desirable). - Interdisciplinary and/or nonprofit experience (desirable). - Demonstrated experience working with stakeholders at all levels. - Proficiency in the use of professional technology including MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). Professional familiarity/experience with social media.   Attributes of the Senior Program Officer - Mission-oriented. You are loyal and committed to the goals of the organization and the work we seek to accomplish through our programming. - Communicator. You can deliver critical and complex information to a variety of audiences. You share information, coordinate effectively, and execute your responsibilities while working across stakeholders. - Entrepreneurial. Smart and creative, you intuitively recognize opportunities and act, shaping answers to questions where no template exists and focusing resources to get the job done. - Outcomes-oriented. You see the big picture, monitor your key performance metrics, and take the action necessary to produce results. - Data-driven. You thrive in a highly analytic environment. You enjoy working with data, are comfortable managing information, and have a keen eye for detail. - Organized project manager. You have strong organization skills and you effectively manage multiple projects and tasks at a time. You solve problems efficiently and effectively, taking the initiative to implement solutions independently. - Rapport builder. You have an inclusive work style and coordinate effectively at every level, internally and with external partners. You share information, work cooperatively, seek out relevant information, decide appropriate steps, and facilitate to get results.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Your ideas will be heard—you can make a national impact. We have a powerful platform to bring together partners who can pull higher education forward. In this highly visible position, you will have the opportunity to develop new networks, both personally and professionally. - You’ll be building on a legacy of achievement. Our organization has been a driving force in shaping generations of the American professoriate, meeting the emerging needs of women and people of color in the academy, and even building fields such as women’s studies. We understand the mechanics of how change happens in higher education. - We’re an operating foundation—which means we seek out the resources to support programs. We embrace new approaches and welcome bold ideas. You will have backing and resources from senior-level leadership, working in close partnership with proven leaders in education and nonprofit management. - You will have the opportunity to build a national network of people whose engagement has long-lasting, career-altering impacts on Fellows. - You will like and respect your colleagues. We have a dedicated team with a high degree of communication, trust, and mutual respect.   To Apply for the position of Senior Program Officer Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Institute for Citizens & Scholars - Senior Program Officer #2020-2581 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternate Titles: Program Officer, Assistant Dean, Director of Programming, Professor, Program Coordinator   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2020-2581
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Director, Policy Analysis Center   UnidosUS, formerly the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), is the nation’s largest Latino civil rights and advocacy organization—a leading think tank focused on issues relevant to the Latino community. As Director of the Policy Analysis Center, you will report to the Vice President of Policy and Advocacy and lead a staff of two. In consultation with the senior leadership in our Policy and Advocacy component (a team of more than 30 talented people), you will plan and lead the implementation of a nationally focused communications strategy for all of our policy areas. Working across these areas, you will manage the conception, research, analysis, and production of high-impact, timely, and relevant policy documents and materials that support our mission.   Through our unique combination of research, advocacy, programs, and a national network of nearly 300 community-based affiliate organizations across the country, we work to protect civil rights, expand economic opportunity, ensure equitable access to quality education, improve access to healthcare, advocate for nondiscriminatory immigration policies, amplify the voices of Latino youth, and ensure that all eligible voters can cast their ballots with confidence. Since our founding in 1968, we have contributed to a stronger America by elevating the voice of Latinos and defending and advancing our community’s concerns.   Working here will strengthen your expertise in a diverse range of policy issues as you develop and participate in public policy forums, summits, briefings, and other events where relevant policy matters are discussed. Our rigorous policy agenda includes stances on immigration, education, health, employment and the economy, and housing. We will rely on your strong writing skills to produce timely and high-quality documents (we have around 35 scheduled publications a year.) You will also serve as a spokesperson on Latino policy priorities and represent UnidosUS in internal and external meetings and before congressional staff, policymakers, experts, and issue stakeholders.   UnidosUS offers a collaborative, team-based environment that fosters a culture of ideas and debate. We approach our work from multiple perspectives and methods, understanding both the specific issues and the larger interrelated systems. You will work closely with other members of the policy team and co-workers with extensive expertise in communications, editing/production, media, fundraising, special events, and marketing.   Responsibilities - Work with the vice president and the senior leadership team to set overall goals and priorities for the Policy Analysis Center; organize and manage a timeline—posted on a team calendar—for the production and dissemination of high quality, timely, and relevant policy analysis materials and policy events. - Conduct and publish independent policy analyses, as well as policy development, on timely and relevant issues for the Latino community that are not covered by specific policy projects or existing staff. - Provide editorial support and guidance on policy documents, including issue briefs, policy memoranda, regulatory comments, public testimony, and journal articles developed in the component, with emphasis on coordinating issue areas or assignments that overlap or involve multiple policy projects. - Serve as a spokesperson on Latino policy priorities, representing UnidosUS priorities during internal and external meetings, and before congressional staff, policymakers/experts, and issue stakeholders. - Participate in external policy advisory groups, boards, or committees as appropriate. - Support component senior managers as needed.   Qualifications - Master’s degree or equivalent years' experience required, plus 8 to 10 years of work experience in a policy / legislative environment. - Strong written, analytical, editorial, and oral communication skills; experience publishing as well as editing articles, studies, or other relevant and publicly available documents. - Up-to-date and evolving understanding of issues facing Latino and immigrant communities a plus. - Prior experience communicating policy ideas in public settings such as congressional hearings and major conferences. - Ability to quickly gain knowledge of new topics and make determinations about their potential impact on various constituencies. - Ability to work as part of a team as well as execute collaborative projects independently; able to take the initiative, work effectively under tight deadlines, and simultaneously coordinate multiple projects. - Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook), statistical software, data sources, and internet queries required.   Additional Competencies and Attributes - Project management—develops project plans; coordinates projects; communicates changes and progress; completes projects on time and budget; manages project team activities. - Interpersonal skills—focuses on solving conflicts, not blaming; maintains confidentiality; listens to others without interrupting; keeps emotions under control; remains open to others' ideas and tries new things. - Oral communication—speaks clearly and persuasively in positive and negative situations; listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions; demonstrates group presentation skills; participates in meetings. - Written communication—writes clearly and informatively; edits work for spelling and grammar; varies writing style to meet needs; presents numerical data effectively; able to read and interpret written information. - Teamwork—balances team and individual responsibilities; exhibits objectivity and openness to others' views; gives and welcomes feedback; contributes to building a positive team spirit; puts the success of team above own interests; able to build morale and lead groups to achieve goals and objectives; supports everyone's efforts to succeed. - Leadership—exhibits confidence in self and others; inspires and motivates others to perform well; effectively influences actions and opinions of others; accepts feedback from others; gives appropriate recognition to others. - Managing people—includes staff in planning, decision-making, facilitating, and process improvement; takes responsibility for subordinates' activities; ensures availability to staff; provides regular performance feedback; develops subordinates' skills and encourages growth; solicits and applies customer feedback (internal and external); fosters quality focus in others; improves processes, products, and services; continually works to improve supervisory skills.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - You will be a part of a passionate organization with a deeply devoted staff that is extremely focused and intent on creating long-term value. Your colleagues are professional and committed to their work, and respectful and responsive to each other. - At UnidosUS, you will be a part of building a society where all of us—no matter what we look like, how we pray, where we come from, who our parents are, or how our sexuality is expressed—can live, worship, work, and pursue happiness together as equals. - We offer a comprehensive package that includes health, dental, and vision insurance, flexible spending, short-term and long-term disability, 401k with a match, and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “UnidosUS – Dir. Policy Analysis Center #2020-2588 CW” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative titles: Director of Policy, Communications Director, Director of Policy Analysis   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.   IND123
Job ID
2020-2588
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Member Engagement Manager - Finseca   As a Member Engagement Manager for Finseca, you will support our organization’s overall membership and revenue growth objectives by providing sales support to the director and VP of membership, ensuring exceptional customer service to members, and providing data management and reporting. You will proactively work with individuals and organizations within the industry, share our value proposition, and engage them in our programs. One of our top strategic priorities is to exponentially grow our membership and we’re already achieving significant success. This role is ideal for goal-oriented and self-motivated individuals who are looking to develop valuable experience within a fast-paced environment.   Organization Overview As the voice of the financial security profession, Finseca’s sole focus is on creating an environment that enables people to protect and enhance financial well-being — for themselves, their families, and their businesses. Simply put, financial security for all.   With more than 6,000 members, we represent and serve the entire financial security profession, regardless of role, marketplace, or experience. Our members provide life insurance and retirement planning solutions that protect the dreams and promote the prosperity of the American people.   Responsibilities - Identify, contact, and recruit prospective members using both inbound leads and prospecting strategies. - Establish relationships in nontraditional markets for purposes of recruiting new members. - Schedule quality calls with key members, carriers, and producer group contacts through consistent outreach. - Research potential clients and identify key information to prepare the Vice President of Membership and other association executives for sales appointments. - Coordinate meeting logistics and prepare meeting prep materials. - Assist the Vice President and Director of Membership and other association executives throughout the evaluation process to ensure prospective members receive the highest quality service and have an optimal experience. - Assist in member retention. - Provide insight into the views of prospects and new members for purposes of product and service development, analysis, and planning. - Meet or exceed monthly, quarterly, and annual revenue targets.   Qualifications - A./B.S. preferred and at least 2-3-years of professional experience, including internship roles. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Strong member service ethic. - Excellent organizational, planning, and project management skills. - Ability to multitask and manage under pressure and tight timelines to achieve positive outcomes.   Attributes - Results-driven. You see the big picture, monitor your key growth performance metrics, and take the action necessary to produce results. You work with a sense of urgency. You don’t wait for things to happen; you initiate action and get it done. - Collaborative. You produce effective and efficient results by building internal relationships and implementing best practices. - Curious. You are naturally curious and love to learn. You are open to new ideas and are willing to change. You know what questions to ask and when. - Service-oriented. You take the time to learn what’s valuable and important to others. You are member-focused and committed to providing the highest level of service while remaining aligned with the mission of the organization. - Problem-solver. You are comfortable with the inevitable changes that are brought about as a result of rapid growth and development. You smoothly manage through ambiguity and can shape answers to questions when no template exists. - Self-assured. You communicate and coordinate effectively at every level. You instill trust and confidence with internal staff and external entities. You are not easily discouraged.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - There is significant potential for growth. With a large number of potential members, you can make a big impact here. - You will enjoy working with a highly capable leadership team and colleagues who are devoted to Finseca’s success. We are a collaborative team with a focus on culture; this is a special place to work. - We offer competitive compensation/commission and generous benefits that include three weeks of vacation plus sick and personal leave; medical, life, and travel insurance; 401(k) savings plan; profit-sharing plan; short- and long-term disability; employee assistance; health club/professional development memberships; and flexible work hours.   To Apply Use the Apply button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Finseca - Member Engagment Manager #2020-2583 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles: Membership Manager, Sales Manager, Business Development Manager, Account Executive, Account Manager   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Internally this position is called Membership Success Manager.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.        
Job ID
2020-2583
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
Clinical Project Director – Remote Work Option - The Emmes Company, LLC   With a 98 percent client retention rate and more than 40 years of public health experience, Emmes is known for excellence in clinical trial support. Our investment in developing leading edge technologies reflects Emmes’ commitment to innovation and supports rapid development of treatments for patients. With studies occurring in more than 75 countries spanning across 6 continents, our work impacts public health initiatives on a global scale. We have published more than 1,000 papers in prestigious scientific journals, including over 200 in the last three years. Our IT solutions process and manage clinical research data of all types and we stand out in our ability to link imaging, metadata, and other data in one system that’s readily available to all service areas.   We are growing, building on our successful government practice and as the Clinical Project Director, you will be responsible for managing one or more commercially-funded multicenter clinical trials. As we continue to expand our commercially-funded clinical research studies, your success in this role will depend on your ability to manage personnel and projects, maintain a strategic mindset, utilize excellent communication and presentation skills, and sustain a clear focus on delivery and client satisfaction.We provide statistical and epidemiological expertise, computer systems deployment, data management, study monitoring, regulatory guidance, and overall operational support to clients engaged in biomedical research.   Leveraging our significant expertise supporting government clinical trials and research, we are building processes and matrix teams as we grow and diversify across both government and commercial sectors. You will be an integral part of shaping our commercial business by providing leadership and expertise to your team and peers on commercially-funded research studies.   Organization Overview The Emmes Company, LLC is a full-service private contract research organization (CRO) that has supported more than a thousand studies across a diverse range of diseases since our formation in 1977. We are dedicated to helping our commercial, government, nonprofit, and academic partners achieve their biopharmaceutical development and human health goals, collaborating to produce valued, trusted scientific research. Emmes possesses a broad range of therapeutic experience, with specialized expertise in infectious diseases, vaccines, ophthalmology, hematology/transplantation, and gene/cell therapies. We offer support for the entire process of clinical trials from study design and protocol development through data analysis and manuscript generation.   Responsibilities of the Clinical Project Director - Ensure that project deliverables in the assigned portfolio are negotiated with all stakeholders in support of defined budgets, achievable schedules, and quality standards. Manage projects effectively in all areas of performance.  - Develop successful working relationships with clients, executive management, and project staff. - Track project deliverables using tools that support tasks and provide transparency to all stakeholders. - Develop and ensure adherence to quality control and timetables for delivery of contractually required reports and deliverables.  - Manage project scope and resources (i.e., budget, personnel, and subcontracts); proactively identify risks and propose solutions; escalate issues to stakeholders, as appropriate.  - Manage requests for out-of-scope activities; proactively manage client expectations.  - Liaise with project managers and team members for portfolio management, staff training, and resource management, including external contractors. - Serve as the primary point of contact for commercial clients; demonstrate proficiency in knowledge and understanding of client needs, risk mitigation strategies, and proposed solutions. - Collaborate with business development and contracts departments, as well as executive management, to negotiate and ensure timely execution of contract amendments/change orders.  - Collaborate with other Research Unit therapeutic area leaders, leading business development, process improvements, and cross-project initiatives. - Model and propagate our commitment to a culture of quality in all aspects of our deliverables, utilizing a solution-based, value-added approach in collaborating with clients.   Qualifications of the Clinical Project Director - Master's degree in a scientific discipline and 8 years of demonstrated knowledge of scientific principles appropriate to managing a clinical research portfolio in the defined therapeutic area, including at least 2 or more years in a pharmaceutical setting, serving in a senior leadership role or equivalent position. - Equivalent = bachelor’s degree in a scientific discipline with at least 10 years of relevant experience to include 2 years of serving in a senior leadership role with commercial project expertise will be considered. - Prior experience and a track record of success in leading and executing commercially-funded research studies are required. - Prior CRO/pharmaceutical management of late-stage clinical trials. Experience with ophthalmology, transplantation, or cellular therapy trials is preferred. - Demonstrable track record of success delivering complex/high-priority clinical trials within the agreed time, quality, and cost. - Demonstrated experience in developing and fostering strong client and internal relationships. - Thorough understanding of ICH GCP, HSP, and relevant regulation and guidelines. - Knowledge of project management processes and tools; qualification in project management (PMI certification) or equivalent is desirable. - Experience in developing, implementing, and managing budgets.  - Excellent verbal and written communication, planning, decision-making, negotiation, conflict management, and time management skills. - Demonstrated experience in managing diverse staff and leading successful teams with direct and indirect supervision responsibilities.   Attributes of the Clinical Project Director - Skilled project manager. Whether it’s something that requires a quick turnaround or a long-term commitment, you take full responsibility from start to finish. You bring order to competing priorities and keep things running smoothly. - Collaborative workstyle. You share information and coordinate effectively at all levels both internally and externally. You work cooperatively, seek out relevant information, decide the appropriate steps, and facilitate to get the desired results. - Self-driven and proactive. You ask questions and come up to speed quickly. You are hands-on, dive in, and take initiative without being asked. - Highly organized, yet flexible. You know what’s expected of you and you plan carefully to achieve results. You can easily shift gears and reprioritize as needed. - Effective communicator. You are a superb writer, thinker, and listener. You can deliver information to a variety of audiences clearly and appropriately. - Organizationally agile. You seek out and respect other viewpoints and you share your insights as well.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - You have the flexibility of an office location or remote work, depending on your preference. - This is a growth opportunity as we are building our commercial business and growing overall. We have a diverse and growing portfolio of clients including government agencies, pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms, non-profits, and universities. - We were selected as a 2020 Top Workplace in Greater Washington by the Washington Post. We foster an environment of collaboration, professional growth, and exceptional work-life balance. - We offer an excellent compensation package including medical, dental, and vision insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, 401k, profit sharing, vacation and holiday pay, and other fringe benefits.   To Apply for the position of Clinical Project Director Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Emmes – Clinical Project Director #2020-2586 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles:  Director Clinical Operations, Senor Clinical Project Manager, Senior Clinical Trials Manager, Director of Clinical Services   Please note: Our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.     Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.  
Job ID
2020-2586