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Current employment opportunities at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society are listed below.

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Stanford PACS and SSIR Job Availability

Associate Director of Research, Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative (EPLI)

The Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative (EPLI) is currently seeking an Associate Director of Research to conceptualize, coordinate, and conduct research within EPLI’s areas of interest. S/he works closely with the co-directors to develop and manage EPLI’s research agenda and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders including scholars, practitioners, students, and other university and community-based networks. The Associate Director of Research will participate in planning processes, monitor implementation and seek out new opportunities for collaboration for EPLI; ensure EPLI’s research products are available to core audiences; develop the curriculum for new education programs; assist in teaching some of the education programs EPLI offers; and work closely with the Director on integrating EPLI’s work into the larger PACS community.

This is a two year, fixed term position.

Please find the detailed job description and link to apply here.

 

Program Coordinator, Stanford PACS

Stanford PACS seeks a Program Coordinator to help advance its efforts to provide a transformative experience to our scholar community, push the boundaries of knowledge with faculty research, and offer a range of convening and learning opportunities for practitioners and policymakers around the globe. The Program Coordinator will report to the Deputy Director and as a key member of the Stanford PACS core team, provide exceptional and personalized support to faculty, students, and senior staff in all aspects of our scholar and global programs. S/he will contribute to the planning of convenings and other educational programming, develop and manage key partnerships, and ensure visibility with key audiences.

The position requires a demonstrated interest in topics related to philanthropy and social innovation and some experience with planning and executing academic convenings. This position is a two-year fixed term. Fluency in one or several East Asian languages, Spanish or Portuguese is preferred but not required.

The ideal candidate must be an excellent collaborator with an ability to work across disciplinary boundaries, contribute to team efforts and own team outcomes, be reliable and curious to learn, enjoy having a variety of daily responsibilities, have a positive and inclusive approach to teamwork, and help create a thriving culture and community for our students and scholars.

Please find the detailed job description and link to apply here.