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Digital Communications Senior Manager
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth is a nonprofit research and grantmaking organization dedicated to advancing evidence-backed ideas and policies that promote strong, stable, and broad-based economic growth. Equitable Growth engages with academics and policymakers to better understand economic inequality in the United States and its impact on economic growth. Important elements of Equitable Growth’s mission include in-house, academic-quality research, and grantmaking to academic economists and other social scientists to support new research on inequality, mobility, growth, and related issues. Building a stronger bridge between academics and the policy community, and elevating researchers and their work with the news media are both key to our work, with the goal of making new research relevant, accessible, and informative to the policymaking process.
Equitable Growth has an immediate opening for a Digital Communications Senior Manager, who will play a key role in disseminating cutting-edge academic scholarship and translating it into accessible and engaging content for the policy, advocacy, and other communities. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, have demonstrated digital communications and/or marketing experience, and a strong track record of developing innovative strategies that reach target audiences.
Special Assistant to Executive Director
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth is a nonprofit, nonpartisan grantmaking and research center dedicated to exploring the relationship between economic inequality and economic growth in the United States. We have an immediate opening for a Special Assistant to support the Executive Director and the executive team in matters of scheduling and in preparation for private and public meetings, including academic speaking engagements, policy briefings, and congressional testimony. The position requires strong administrative, operations, data entry, and scheduling skills, as well as solid research and writing skills. A passion for economics as an academic discipline and policy arena and a working knowledge of the academic and policy players with whom Equitable Growth is engaged is strongly preferred.