The Financial Manager in the Foreign Policy program (FP), under the direction of FP’s Director of Finance, is responsible for a broad range of budgeting, accounting, and other financial management responsibilities for a portfolio of FP projects. The Financial Manager serves as a key member of a flexible team of financial managers; supports the budgeting, management, oversight, and reporting for an assigned portfolio of grants and other revenue; assesses areas for improved efficiency; and serves as backup for other FP financial team members as needed.
The Global Economy and Development Program and the Metropolitan Policy Program at The Brookings Institution (Brookings) are collaborating on a joint venture and currently accepting applications for a Fellow position within the Center for Universal Education (CUE) and Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking. The successful candidate will be a scholar with deep experience in public policy and scaling strategies. Candidates should have a particular interest in urban policy, including family-friendly cities and inclusive growth. Candidates should have expertise in primary and secondary research, policy guidance and advising, building partnerships with external organizations, working collaboratively across disciplines and with multiple stakeholders
This search is being managed by the search firm Heidrick & Struggles, please send resumes to BrookingsCIO@heidrick.com.
Technology is critical to the success of Brookings. The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is the top technology executive at the Institution and provides strategic information technology vision and leadership in the development, implementation, and management of the Institution’s technology needs.
S/he will play an integral role in helping to expand Brookings core mission of conducting high-quality, independent, high- impact research.
S/he will work closely with senior management and all levels of Brookings’s staff to ensure IT services are cost effective while meeting the overall needs of the Institution’s goals and mission. The CIO will be responsible for ensuring that Brookings is capable of meeting the complex computing and security needs of a multinational think tank and will provide the visionary leadership and oversight to direct and develop the IT staff, contractors, and technology users to produce maximum impact of IT investments in support of the mission of the Institution.
It is imperative that s/he collaborate and forge successful working relationships with cross-functional business partners, researchers and end users in a fast-paced environment and will balance long-term strategic vision with the ability to move and react quickly while displaying flexibility to plans and situations that change with short notice.
The CIO will support a global user base of approximately 800 (approximately 400 onsite), consisting of researchers, scholars, experts from government and academia and others, and will provide day-to-day oversight and professional coaching and development for a technology team of approximately 20 people. Currently the IT budget is approximately $6 million.