20 Fellowship and Research Position Vacancies at Brookings Institution

Job TitleRubenstein Fellow, Global Economy and Development (Job ID: 2018-1909)

David M. Rubenstein Fellowship in Global Economy and Development   Brookings is pleased to announce the second round of the David M. Rubenstein Fellowship Program. The challenges facing the United States and the world require rigorous, innovative, evidence-based research that generate fresh thinking and innovative policy solutions. Through this program, Brookings is seeking to increase diversity in our scholarly community by recruiting the next generation of rising stars and creative thinkers to help achieve our mission of improving governance in the United States and across the world.   For the 2019 class, the institution is again looking for ten outstanding early- to mid-career scholars and policy experts with a diverse array of backgrounds, experience, and scholarship expertise.    In addition to the research priorities of the five programs, Brookings is placing an emphasis on policy researchers with a background in artificial intelligence, emerging technology, and/or data science with public policy. Strong candidates may be as conversant about deep reinforcement learning as they are labor policy, or as familiar with cryptography as they are international security. Alternately, they may use novel data (e.g., satellite imagery, social media posts, IRS records)or methodologies (e.g., machine learning, survey experiments) to gain insight into pressing policy questions. In both cases, strong candidates will draw on deep technical expertise to inform their policy research, and demonstrate a clear ability and willingness to work at the intersection of artificial intelligence, emerging technology, data science, and/or public policy.    Rubenstein Fellows will have the opportunity to enhance the policy impact of their ideas and academic achievements by working with Brookings’s network of scholars and experts, relying on the Institution’s abilities to develop and promote research to the policy community and the wider public.   Rubenstein Fellows will diversify, augment, and complement the core policy research expertise of the more than 100 resident scholars at Brookings.   Program Overview   The Global Economy and Development program at Brookings aims to shape the policy debate on how to improve global economic cooperation and fight global poverty and sources of social stress. With a long-term vision of strong, sustainable, and balanced growth for a prosperous world, the program undertakes high-quality research, identifies target audiences and policy opportunities, and shares its findings to inform new policy solutions.

Job ID

 

2018-1909

 

Program

 

Global Economy and Development

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleFinance and Administration Manager (Job ID: 2018-1906)

The Finance and Administration Manager is a member of the Office of Financial Planning and Management (OFPM)* and reports to the Director of Finance, Institutional Initiatives and Press. This position will be responsible for a broad range of administration, budget, accounting, and financial management for a portfolio of programs including but not limited to Institutional Initiatives, Communications and Development. Institutional initiatives houses cross-program initiatives such as, Inter-collaborative Initiatives, Foreign Offices, All Brookings Priorities etc. This position will have a primary focus on supporting the administration and financial management for the Brookings Doha Center, Brookings Tsinghua Center and Brookings India Center.   *The Office of Financial Planning and Management (OFPM) is responsible for preparing and executing against the annual institutional operating and capital budgets as well as long-range financial modeling for the Brookings Institution. OFPM is also responsible for financial management of Institutional Initiatives (Cross-Collaborative Initiatives, and Foreign Centers – India, Doha and Beijing) and all Business Units (Communications, Development, Operations and the Brookings Press), working as a strategic partner with the directors of those programs. OFPM also leads all Office of Financial Services (OFS) activities supporting planning, development, implementation, training and post go-live activities of the Institution’s financial systems, processes and policies.

Job ID

 

2018-1906

 

Program

 

Office of Financial Services

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleRubenstein Fellow, Foreign Policy (Job ID: 2018-1904)

David M. Rubenstein Fellowship in Foreign Policy   Brookings is pleased to announce the second round of the David M. Rubenstein Fellowship Program. The challenges facing the United States and the world require rigorous, innovative, evidence-based research that generate fresh thinking and innovative policy solutions. Through this program, Brookings is seeking to increase diversity in our scholarly community by recruiting the next generation of rising stars and creative thinkers to help achieve our mission of improving governance in the United States and across the world.   For the 2019 class, the institution is again looking for ten outstanding early- to mid-career scholars and policy experts with a diverse array of backgrounds, experience, and scholarship expertise.    In addition to the research priorities of the five programs, Brookings is placing an emphasis on policy researchers with a background in artificial intelligence, emerging technology, and/or data science with public policy. Strong candidates may be as conversant about deep reinforcement learning as they are labor policy, or as familiar with cryptography as they are international security. Alternately, they may use novel data (e.g., satellite imagery, social media posts, IRS records) or methodologies (e.g., machine learning, survey experiments) to gain insight into pressing policy questions. In both cases, strong candidates will draw on deep technical expertise to inform their policy research, and demonstrate a clear ability and willingness to work at the intersection of artificial intelligence, emerging technology, data science, and/or public policy.    Rubenstein Fellows will have the opportunity to enhance the policy impact of their ideas and academic achievements by working with Brookings’s network of scholars and experts, relying on the Institution’s abilities to develop and promote research to the policy community and the wider public.   Rubenstein Fellows will diversify, augment, and complement the core policy research expertise of the more than 100 resident scholars at Brookings.   Program Overview   The Foreign Policy program at Brookings is a leading center of policy-relevant scholarship exploring the rapidly re-ordering geopolitics of the great and major powers, and the disordering relations among states and transnational actors. Our scholars provide concrete policy recommendations for how U.S. strategy, the international security architecture, and key allies should adapt to changing threats and opportunities.

Job ID

 

2018-1904

 

Program

 

Foreign Policy

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleCommunications Manager, Brookings Doha Center (Job ID: 2018-1907)

Note: This position is based in Doha, Qatar. Office hours of the BDC often require an evening segment for coordination with Washington, events, and other purposes. This position requires some flexibility, especially but not exclusively when dealing with breaking news and international media, to deal with urgent matters outside regular business hours.   Based in Qatar the Brookings Doha Center (BDC) is an overseas center of the Brookings Institution that advances high-quality independent policy research and analysis on major issues facing the Middle East / North Africa region. The Center enjoys an outstanding reputation for policy impact and cutting-edge, field-oriented research on socioeconomic and geopolitical issues facing the broader Middle East region. Open to a broad range of views and disciplines, the BDC is a hub for Brookings scholarship in the region.   The Communications Manager at the Brookings Doha Center (BDC) is responsible for managing a broad range of communications and programming activities for the BDC in Doha, Qatar, including media and public outreach. The Communications Manager is a key member of the operations team. Working closely with the management team, the Communications Manager will divide the time between digital communications, publications and building relationships with the media to promote the BDC outputs. The Communications Manager will help improve the external communications and relations for the BDC, working with management and research teams, to conceive ideas, build engagement plans and execute communication through various media channels.

Job ID

 

2018-1907

 

Program

 

Institutional Initiatives

 

Location

 

QA-Doha

Job TitleRubenstein Fellow, Governance Studies (Job ID: 2018-1897)

David M. Rubenstein Fellowship in Governance Studies     Brookings is pleased to announce the second round of the David M. Rubenstein Fellowship Program. The challenges facing the United States and the world require rigorous, innovative, evidence-based research that generate fresh thinking and innovative policy solutions. Through this program, Brookings is seeking to increase diversity in our scholarly community by recruiting the next generation of rising stars and creative thinkers to help achieve our mission of improving governance in the United States and across the world.   For the 2019 class, planned to start in September 2019, the Institution is again looking for ten outstanding early- to mid-career scholars and policy experts with a diverse array of backgrounds, experience, and scholarship expertise.  Each Rubenstein Fellow will have a primary affiliation with one of Brookings’s five research programs and candidates should submit an application to the program(s) he or she is interested in.    In addition to the program’s research priorities as discussed below, Brookings is placing an emphasis on policy researchers with a background in artificial intelligence, emerging technology, and/or data science with public policy. Strong candidates may be as conversant about deep reinforcement learning as they are labor policy, or as familiar with cryptography as they are international security. Alternately, they may use novel data (e.g., satellite imagery, social media posts, IRS records) or methodologies (e.g., machine learning, survey experiments) to gain insight into pressing policy questions. In both cases, strong candidates will draw on deep technical expertise to inform their policy research, and demonstrate a clear ability and willingness to work at the intersection of artificial intelligence, emerging technology, data science, and/or public policy.    Rubenstein Fellows will have the opportunity to enhance the policy impact of their ideas and academic achievements by working with Brookings’s network of scholars and experts, relying on the Institution’s abilities to develop and promote research to the policy community and the wider public.   Rubenstein Fellows will diversify, augment, and complement the core policy research expertise of the more than 100 resident scholars at Brookings.   Program Overview   The Governance Studies (GS) program at Brookings aims to be the leading, independent voice in the domestic policymaking sphere. Though analyzing public policy, contemporary governance challenges, and political institutions and processes, Governance Studies aims to inform debate and provide policymakers with tools and ideas to improve institutional governance at the national level.   The Governance Studies program is accepting applications for two David M. Rubenstein Fellows with a strong background in either: 1) American democracy, U.S. political institutions, U.S. domestic policy, transparency, rule of law, anti-corruption, race, and equity; or 2) artificial intelligence, machine learning, technology policy, and emerging technologies.

Job ID

 

2018-1897

 

Program

 

Governance Studies

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleResearch Assistant, The Hamilton Project (Job ID: 2018-1899)

The Hamilton Project (THP) at the Brookings Institution produces research and policy proposals on how to create a growing economy that benefits more Americans. Our economic strategy reflects a judgment that long term prosperity is best achieved by making economic growth broad-based, by enhancing individual economic security, and by embracing a role for effective government in making needed public investments. The Project focuses on a broad range of topics in applied microeconomics with applications to economy policy. Current and recent projects include papers on competition and market dynamism, cost-effective early childhood investments, reducing crime and incarceration rates, innovation and intellectual property reform, policies to strengthen the labor market and enhance wage growth, and policies to support communities’ economic development. Visit www.hamiltonproject.org for more information.    The Research Assistant will help execute and develop an overall policy agenda and policy strategy for The Hamilton Project. Research potential policy areas and communicate with leading academics, policymakers, and practitioners to support the Director and Policy Director in identifying promising potential topics for THP’s policy agenda. Draft THP policy briefs and other public documents. Analyze economic data and present findings. Assist with coordinating the work of outside academics and policy analysts to achieve policy goals. Assist with editing and production of THP discussion papers.   Research Assistant positions will begin during the summer of 2019 and involve a commitment of at least one year. Specific starting dates are flexible and will be coordinated with THP senior staff.    Please note: Applicants who meet our minimum application qualifications as outlined in the Job Description may be contacted to submit additional materials required by our hiring committee. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Job ID

 

2018-1899

 

Program

 

Economic Studies

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleDirector of Communications (Job ID: 2018-1896)

The Director of Communications for the Economic Studies (ES) program manages the strategic communications, media relations, and digital strategy efforts of the largest research program at Brookings. In addition to playing a leadership role in the program, the Director supports the development and promotion of new research by more than 30 PhD economists across several areas of economics, including tax policy, fiscal and monetary policy, health policy, issues of social mobility and the middle class, regulatory policy, and more.   The Director is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive communications strategy for ES, its researchers and its research centers. This includes digital marketing and outreach activities, media/press and stakeholder outreach, branding/positioning strategy, website presence and content development, and planning public and private forums to promote the program’s researchers and work.   The Director manages a team of communications professionals and coordinates communications efforts with other ES staff and contractors involved in communications activities. The position also works closely with Brookings’s Central Office of Communications. The Director is an integral part of the ES Management Team, assisting and advising the program Vice President & Director (VP) on management issues and strategic planning for the program.

Job ID

 

2018-1896

 

Program

 

Economic Studies

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleExecutive Assistant, Metropolitan Policy (Job ID: 2018-1829)

The Executive Assistant provides high-level administrative support for the Vice President & Director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program (Metro). Primary responsibilities include managing the VP’s complex calendar, including all internal and external scheduling, activities, travel arrangements and expense processing, commitments and deadlines. The assistant also collaborates with research, development, and communications teams to ensure the VP has the information she needs when meeting with stakeholders and staff.

Job ID

 

2018-1829

 

Program

 

Metropolitan Policy Program

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleRubenstein Fellow, Economic Studies (Job ID: 2018-1898)

David M. Rubenstein Fellowship in Economic Studies     Brookings is pleased to announce the second round of the David M. Rubenstein Fellowship Program. The challenges facing the United States and the world require rigorous, innovative, evidence-based research that generate fresh thinking and innovative policy solutions. Through this program, Brookings is seeking to increase diversity in our scholarly community by recruiting the next generation of rising stars and creative thinkers to help achieve our mission of improving governance in the United States and across the world.   For the 2019 class, the institution is again looking for ten outstanding early- to mid-career scholars and policy experts with a diverse array of backgrounds, experience, and scholarship expertise.    In addition to the research priorities of the five programs, Brookings is placing an emphasis on policy researchers with a background in artificial intelligence, emerging technology, and/or data science with public policy. Strong candidates may be as conversant about deep reinforcement learning as they are labor policy, or as familiar with cryptography as they are international security. Alternately, they may use novel data (e.g., satellite imagery, social media posts, IRS records) or methodologies (e.g., machine learning, survey experiments) to gain insight into pressing policy questions. In both cases, strong candidates will draw on deep technical expertise to inform their policy research, and demonstrate a clear ability and willingness to work at the intersection of artificial intelligence, emerging technology, data science, and/or public policy.    Rubenstein Fellows will have the opportunity to enhance the policy impact of their ideas and academic achievements by working with Brookings’s network of scholars and experts, relying on the Institution’s abilities to develop and promote research to the policy community and the wider public.   Rubenstein Fellows will diversify, augment, and complement the core policy research expertise of the more than 100 resident scholars at Brookings.   Program Overview   The Economic Studies program analyzes current and emerging economic issues facing the United States and the world and, based on that research, provides innovative, practical policy recommendations. ES’s work covers a broad array of economic issues, including the labor market, regulation, health policy, and fiscal and monetary policy. Economic Studies scholars influence key economic policies by conducting rigorous and relevant research and then disseminating and communicating their findings to the policy community and to the broader public.

Job ID

 

2018-1898

 

Program

 

Economic Studies

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleManaging Editor (Job ID: 2018-1886)

The Brookings Institution and its scholars are known worldwide as a source for original and innovative thought  in foreign policy, American politics and governance, current affairs, metropolitan policy, economics, and development. In turn, the Brookings Institution Press helps bring the knowledge and research by scholars from within and outside the Institution to a wider audience of readers, researchers, students, and policymakers through  its books and journals. The Brookings Institution Press publishes books that are widely discussed in the media, assigned in classrooms, referred to in libraries, and picked up in bookstores—books that inform with clarity and persuade with conviction.   The Managing Editor oversees the execution of all editorial functions connected with Brookings books and journals, from manuscript editing to bound books. Manages a staff of editors and freelance professionals, providing guidance to meet schedules and resolve technical problems. Manages costs; works with cross-functional teams to ensure on-time delivery of quality product that complies with internal policies and procedures. Recommends and implements changes to policies and procedures; drives and leads continuous improvement projects affecting tools and processes. Performs substantive editing involving proofreading and editing.

Job ID

 

2018-1886

 

Program

 

Communications

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleResearch Assistant (Job ID: 2018-1890)

Join the top-ranked think tank for domestic economic policy! We invite you to apply for a position in the Brookings Institution’s Economic Policy program (ES), where research assistants support experts as they focus on addressing obstacles to long-term economic growth and opportunity. ES Scholars provide insights to achieving and maintaining a strong labor market, designing sound fiscal policy, investing in human capital and infrastructure, improving the regulatory system, developing practical solutions to health policy, addressing concerns about pensions and retirement savings, and advancing opportunity and social mobility.   ES is committed to investing in the next generation of economic policy experts; each year ES employs approximately fifteen research assistants for one or two year appointments. We aim to recruit top talent with diverse backgrounds and perspectives to work on emerging and critical policy issues and offer innovative policy recommendations to improve the nation’s economic future.   Research assistant positions in Economic Studies are entry-level and involve data analysis, verification of statistical and other material in manuscripts, statistical calculations, literature searches, and drafting written materials. The below allocation of duties describes the average division between tasks; the actual work will vary depending on the particular project needs of the scholars or centers to whom the RA is assigned. This position offers no opportunity for independent research during the first year. This position is best suited for those who have received an undergraduate degree in Economics, Mathematics, or other social sciences with a minor in Economics. Preferred start date is between June 1 and August 1. These are two-year termed positions that are funded through August 2021. The starting annual salary will be mid 40’s.   Click here to learn more about Economic Studies Research Assistants

Job ID

 

2018-1890

 

Program

 

Economic Studies

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitlePost-Doctoral Research Fellow (Job ID: 2018-1891)

About the Foreign Policy Program   The Foreign Policy program at Brookings is a leading center of policy-relevant scholarship exploring the rapidly re-ordering geopolitics of the great and major powers, and the disordering relations among states and transnational actors. Our scholars provide concrete policy recommendations for how U.S. strategy, the international security architecture, and key allies should adapt to changing threats and opportunities.   Overview:   The Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution invites applications for the award of up to two full-time resident fellowships for policy-oriented post-doctoral research for the 2019-2020 academic year.   The fellowship carries a stipend of $58,500 USD, payable in installments over a period of residency at Brookings of no less than nine months and no more than 12 months. This income is taxable; Brookings will withhold taxes and report on stipend payments according to U.S. tax guidelines. The Institution will also provide up to $5,000 USD in expense reimbursements for research-related travel, and other essential research requirements. Brookings will provide a workspace, networked desktop computer, an individual network account, and access to Brookings research resources. Post-Doctoral Research Fellows, and their immediate families, are eligible to participate in the Institution’s medical, dental, and vision insurance. Post-Doctoral Research Fellows may be responsible for costs associated with the insurance(s) provided.

Job ID

 

2018-1891

 

Program

 

Foreign Policy

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleDirector/Senior Director of Development (Job ID: 2018-1892)

The Global Economy and Development program (Global) at Brookings aims to shape the policy debate on how to improve global economic cooperation and fight global poverty and sources of social stress.  Working as a member of the Global Economy and Development program’s senior management team, this Director/Senior Director is responsible for executing comprehensive annual and multi-year fundraising efforts. Reporting to the  Vice President and Director (VP), and leading a team of development officers and a coordinator), the Director/Senior Director manages, prioritizes, and carries out all Global fundraising activities, including the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual, corporate, foundation, government, and other donors.

Job ID

 

2018-1892

 

Program

 

Global Economy and Development

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleWeb Content and Digital Media Manager (Job ID: 2018-1884)

The Global Economy and Development program at Brookings aims to shape the policy debate on how to improve global economic cooperation and fight global poverty and sources of social stress.    The Web Content and Digital Media Manager oversees and coordinates the updating and dissemination of all Global Economy and Development Program (Global) web and social media content, including content from Global’s various initiatives and projects.  Reporting directly to the program’s Director of Communications and in collaboration with Brookings Central Communications, the manager develops and manages Global’s digital and social media strategy and tactics and advises on opportunities for content enhancement and optimization.   We anticipate this position starting in November 2018.

Job ID

 

2018-1884

 

Program

 

Global Economy and Development

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleProject Director (Job ID: 2018-1878)

The Global Economy and Development program at Brookings aims to shape the policy debate on how to improve global economic cooperation and fight global poverty and sources of social stress. The Center for Universal Education (CUE), founded in 2002 as part of the Global Economy and Development program, is one of the leading policy centers focused on universal quality education across the world. We develop and disseminate effective solutions for quality education and skills development. We envision a world where all children and youth have the skills they need to succeed in the 21st century. The center plays a critical role in influencing the development of policy related to global education and promotes actionable strategies for governments, civil society and private enterprise.   In collaboration with and reporting to the Senior Fellow, the Project Director co-develops and manages overall design and implementation of the Education Innovations project of CUE. The Project Director will conceptualize and manage projects; she/he will help execute research and conduct data analysis draft findings, reports, and memos; review and edit papers; and represent the Innovations project to external and internal audiences.

Job ID

 

2018-1878

 

Program

 

Global Economy and Development

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleFellow and Research Director, Future of the Middle Class Initiative (Job ID: 2018-1857)

Position Summary: The Fellow will conduct in-depth, high quality public policy research on the economic condition of the U.S. middle class, with a particular focus on labor market trends, including earnings, productivity and automation. The Fellow will also serve as Research Director for the Future of the Middle Class (FoMC) Initiative, launched in 2018. In addition to conducting their own independent research, the Fellow will collaborate with FoMC scholars and other scholars across the Institution. S/he will work with the FoMC director to develop the Initiative’s research and policy agenda, oversee research and administrative staff, and cultivate and manage relationships external research partners, current and prospective donors, and key economic policy stakeholders. Fellows partner with Development staff to build and steward funding for their work, and with Communications staff to effectively promote and disseminate it.   About the Future of the Middle Class Initiative: The goal of the Future of the Middle Class Initiative is to improve the quality of life of America’s middle class and to increase the number of people rising to join its ranks. Through independent, non-partisan analysis and policy development, they seek to advance public understanding of challenges facing the middle class and barriers to upward mobility. The initiative includes both resident and non-resident scholars from across the Brookings programs, as well as affiliated scholars from outside the institution. About Economic Studies: The Economic Studies program analyzes current and emerging economic issues facing the United States and the world and, based on that research, provides innovative, practical policy recommendations. ES’s work covers a broad array of economic issues, including the labor market, regulation, health policy, and fiscal and monetary policy. Economic Studies scholars influence key economic policies by conducting rigorous and relevant research and then disseminating and communicating their findings to the policy community and to the broader public.

Job ID

 

2018-1857

 

Program

 

Economic Studies

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

 

Job TitleResearch Assistant, Security and Strategy (Job ID: 2018-1900)

The Research Assistant provides research support to scholars in the Security and Strategy team (S-Team) in Foreign Policy at Brookings. Research topics may include one or more, but not all, of the following: international law and organizations; democracy and human rights; the impact of information technology on open societies; U.S. foreign policy; grand strategy; great power relations; conflict prevention; and information technology.Geographical foci may include Latin America, China, East Asia, or Europe and Russia. In addition to research support, the Research Assistant will also provide event management and scheduling and administrative support to S-Team scholars.

 

2018-1900

 

Program

 

Foreign Policy

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleAssociate General Counsel (Job ID: 2018-1910)

The Associate General Counsel works within the Office of General Counsel (OGC) and is responsible for assisting the General Counsel in handling the legal affairs of the Institution.  Provide counsel on wide array of legal, policy, ethical and reputational issues.  The Associate General Counsel (AGC) shall assist the OGC in: (i) supporting the work of the Institution through facilitating the legal and ethical pursuit of its objectives; (ii) proactively managing risk to the Institution through policy development, education and enforcement and risk assessment and management; and (iii) serving as a resource to various Brookings stakeholders.

Job ID

 

2018-1910

 

Program

 

Executive Office

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

 

Job TitleResearch Assistant and Project Coordinator, CEAP (Job ID: 2018-1819)

The Research Assistant and Project Coordinator in the Center for East Asia Policy Studies (CEAP) provides research support to the Philip Knight Chair in Japan Studies and programmatic coordination for CEAP more broadly. The Research Assistant and Project Coordinator performs in-depth research into primary and secondary sources on topics related to Japan and East Asian international relations, and provides copy-editing and event management for the Knight Chair. The Research Assistant and Project Coordinator also provides administrative support to the Director and Assistant Director.

Job ID

 

2018-1819

 

Program

 

Foreign Policy

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

Job TitleCommunications and Outreach Manager -Brookings Executive Education (Job ID: 2018-1815)

About Brookings Executive Education (BEE)   Brookings Executive Education (BEE), a partnership of the Brookings Institution and Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) Olin School of Business, brings together two premier institutions to deliver on Robert S. Brookings’ desire to “teach the art of handling problems rather than simply impart accumulated knowledge” to those in and engaged with government.   About Washington University in St. Louis   Washington University in St.Louis (WUSTL) has a long standing reputation for scholarship and innovation. Its faculty members are distinguished in their research and have received numerous awards for research including 22 Nobel laureates. The Olin Business School has been recognized as a world leader in management education and scholarly research. In addition to Brookings, Olin partners with more than 20 international universities, including Fudan University in Shanghai, China; the Cass Business School in London; Fundação Dom Cabral in Nova Lima, Brazil; and the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad, India.   Position Overview: Serves as sales, marketing and communication lead for all BEE outreach materials and web pages; and implements BEE’s outreach efforts, including production of annual course catalog and marketing collateral, and selling seats for open enrollment classes.  Acts as liaison to the Brookings Office of Communications and Olin Marketing departments.   Note: This position is an employee of Washington University, who works in the Brookings Executive Education program. This position is in Washington DC.

Job ID

 

2018-1815

 

Program

 

Executive Education

 

Location

 

US-DC-Washington

 

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