Manages operations of Hutchins Center for Fiscal and Monetary Policy, including overall strategy and management of day-to-day operations, staff, budget oversight and outreach to Advisory Council. Develops and executes outreach, communications, and development strategies for the Hutchins Center in coordination with the Economic Studies program’s Managing Director. Develops and organizes public events, private roundtables, publications, and special projects. Manages key relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
Project Management & Leadership (40%)
Communications and Outreach (40%)
Relationship Management (20%)
Bachelor’s degree required. Graduate degree preferred. Strong background in economics/public policy preferred. Minimum eight years of experience, including work in public policy environment managing multiple, complex projects with event planning and writing/editing experience.
Strong management, organizational, event planning, writing, and interpersonal skills required; ability to work independently and manage multiple projects. Background in economic policy, specifically fiscal and monetary policy, a plus.
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