The Joint Center is seeking a Workforce Policy Director.
The Joint Center’s growing program on the Future of Black Workers develops and disseminates data and solutions to mitigate challenges and maximize opportunities for Black workers.
The Director will lead the Joint Center’s program on the Future of Black Workers to provide leadership on the national debate. The Director will be responsible for coordinating activities to examine the changing nature of work for Black workers, including how automation, higher education, and evolving social contracts between employers and employees affect the advancement of Black workers. The Director will work with other members of the Joint Center team to build a research and policymaking agenda that leads to increasing the socioeconomic status of Black workers.
Minimum requirements include a Graduate Degree in a relevant field, at least 7 years of experience in research or policy on relevant topics such as higher education, workforce development, and/or automation and the future of work, experience completing evidence-based written analysis on topics relevant to the position, at least 5 years of relevant leadership experience, and experience presenting ideas and arguments that will engage and be understood by the appropriate audience.
This is a full-time position. The salary for this position will range from $90,000 – $125,000 based on experience, and comes with an excellent benefits package that includes health, vision, dental, and life insurance.