Current job openings

Program Manager

EGC is seeking a Program Manager to facilitate the development and execution of research projects aimed as leveraging the insights of economics to inform public policy. The Program Manager will provide hands-on project management and financial and operational support for a set of activities based at Yale, operating in close collaboration with other research institutions, in the U.S. and abroad.  This is an opportunity for a high-performing manager skilled in grants, finances, and project planning to play a key role in advancing research agendas in international development and policy.

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Senior Administrative Assistant/EGC & IDE

This position is currently open only to internal candidates at Yale through STARS – please look for job requisition number 76583BR to apply.

EGC hosts the International and Development Economics (IDE) program, a one-year Master’s program, focused on building the skillset of students in applied economic analysis. EGC is now seeking an administrator to lead on all aspects of program operations and student engagement.  The ideal candidate is someone who can create a welcoming and engaging environment for students, while ensuring all components of the program are well-organized and running smoothly.  The Senior Admin Assistant would be the principal resource to all current and prospective students, in addition to coordinating program events, the research assistant program, and class support. 

Postdoctoral Associate

The Inclusion Economics at Yale University Postdoctoral Associate position, appointed as a Yale University fellowship, will provide an excellent opportunity for an early career economist or political scientist to develop top-tier research with mentorship by Professor Rohini Pande and additional Principal Investigators at top economics programs. Ideal candidates will have experience and a track record developing research in one of our core research areas, along with solid analytical and team skills. The selected candidate(s) will gain first-hand experience conducting development economics research while contributing to an agreed upon project portfolio and building their own research portfolio.

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