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The EGC is now seeking an Administrative Coordinator to work closely with the EGC Director and Deputy Director to lead and coordinate the efforts of an administrative team providing a high level of administrative support for EGC faculty affiliates, student programs and a robust portfolio of research initiatives and projects. The ideal candidate will be well-versed in providing administrative support and experienced in coordinating efforts of an administrative team. The individual will be interested and excited to join a dynamic and fast-paced team supporting cutting edge policy-engaged research enabled by a diverse portfolio of funding streams.
Inclusion Economics at Yale University and EGC are seeking a communications professional to advance strategic communications efforts enabling policy-relevant research to reach public audiences. The role will involve promotion of research in focus areas – such as gender, environment and governance – related to economic inclusion of poor and marginalized people in developing countries, in order to generate enthusiasm and understanding of this work among students, funders, potential research collaborators, and other audiences. This is an opportunity for an individual with skills in core communications competencies (website, social media, video-editing, visual design, media engagement, etc.) to join a cross-organizational, international team aimed at furthering the reach and impact of economic research focused on topics in inclusion and international development more broadly.
Inclusion Economics at Yale University, a policy-engaged research initiative based out of EGC and the MacMillan Center, is seeking a Research Manager to lead the management of a set of research portfolios on gender and governance, largely focused on South Asia. This position offers the qualified candidate an opportunity to support development economics research focused on improving social safety net delivery in support of women’s well-being, women’s access to technology, and local work opportunities for women in gender-restrictive settings, among others. The successful candidate would work closely with EGC Director Professor Rohini Pande and IE co-founder Dr. Charity Troyer Moore and will also have the opportunity to engage with leading development economics researchers across multiple leading universities. This position is well-suited for someone interested in a career at the intersection of research and policy.
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.
EGC, along with the Tobin Center for Economics Policy, are together seeking a Senior Program Manager (SPM) to lead a portfolio of research projects aimed as leveraging the insights of economics to inform public policy. The SPM 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, complex project planning and stakeholder coordination to play a key role in advancing research agendas in markets and firm growth in developing countries, regulation of the digital economy and U.S. health policy.
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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.