The Communications Director is responsible for the development of a proactive communications strategy that positions the Institute as the “go-to” and “learn from” expert on research and policy issues related to employment, education, economic development, and workforce development programs.
Reports to the president
Excellent writing and communications (including digital) expertise is the prime requirement. Accompanying this writing expertise must be the willingness and ability to help translate policy research into plain English for a broad audience. Three to five years of direct communications experience required. Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree in journalism, communications, public policy, economics or related field a plus.
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Institute internships are paid, time limited, educational opportunities that develop out of the project work of our research staff. Internships typically occur during the summer months but do occasionally become available at other points in the year. If you are interested in an internship with the Upjohn Institute, please submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1932, the Upjohn Institute has functioned as one of the world’s leading independent labor economics research organizations, seeking to research the causes and effects of unemployment and to devise ways and means of alleviating unemployment. The Institute has an outstanding research staff, and it houses the administrative arm of the local workforce development programs. The combination offers a rich source of data and opportunities for operational experimentation.
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