NCDD is excited to share these three job opportunities with you all. Please read on for more information and links to the opportunities. Best of luck to those who apply!
Commission on Ca State Govt Organization & Economy - Communications and Outreach Analyst
Do you want to help promote and implement well-researched recommendations that aim to improve the lives of Californians? Come join the respected Little Hoover Commission as a Communications and Outreach Analyst in this unique opportunity where you can help make a significant impact in state government!
The Little Hoover Commission is California’s independent oversight agency. The Commission researches and investigates state government operations and policy, and makes recommendations to the Governor and Legislature to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of state government.
The new Communications and Outreach Analyst will assist in all efforts to communicate the Commission’s work to external audiences and to implement its report recommendations.
Under the supervision of the Executive Director and Deputy Executive Director, though operating with substantial independence, the Communications and Outreach Analyst will:
National Conference on Citizenship - Project Coordinator, Democracy Innovation
The Democracy Innovation project coordinator is a full-time position. An ideal candidate will have strong interest in democracy, equity, and active civic engagement. We are hoping to find someone who is a collaborative-minded, team player who has great attention to detail, is very well organized, and is a quick learner. There will be opportunities to occasionally travel in this position.
The mission of the Democracy Innovation project is to understand, test, and disseminate innovations that can make democracy more participatory, equitable, and productive. It is based at the National Conference on Citizenship, a national, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization chartered by Congress in 1953 to help strengthen civic life in America. NCoC is committed to the profound value of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive society, and committed to practicing and living those values in every aspect of its work.
One of the primary responsibilities for the project coordinator will be supporting the “Measuring, Growing, Embedding Civility” initiative of the Democracy Innovation project. The coordinator will assist with project management, conduct interviews and desk research, help provide technical assistance to pilot communities, manage online measurement tools, help produce reports and publications, coordinate the community of practice, coordinate presentations at conferences and webinars, and help produce presentation materials.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
William D. Ruckelshaus Center, Washington State University & University of Washington - Director
The next Director of the William D. Ruckelshaus Center will join the Center at an opportune moment.
Seated at the convergence of higher education, government, and other public and private institutions, the Center has the power to harness immense knowledge that drives mutually beneficial outcomes. Over its 18-year history the Center has earned a strong reputation as a valuable state and regional resource and as a leading hub of consensus building on complex policy issues. It is poised to have increased, sustained impact in regional and national communities through heightened visibility, increased extramural funding, and a compelling strategic vision rooted in collaborative governance and intersectional public service. The next Director will bolster the resources and operations of the Center, crafting the environment and vision for the next generation of work. As the nation faces widespread discord and polarization, the next Director will lead the Center in setting a powerful example for bringing people together and creating mutually agreeable solutions for the public good. This model has the potential to be expanded and replicated from the fascinating laboratory of Washington state to the rest of the country.
To be successful, the Director will need to address the following key opportunities and challenges: