Program Director, Projects for Peace

Requisition Information

Posted with Limited AccessNo
Limited Access Period Ending Date
TitleProgram Director, Projects for Peace
Posting NumberS01520
Typical Hours Per Week38.75
Regular, Temporary or TermTerm
If temporary or term, enter anticipated end date03/01/2024
Benefits Eligible?Yes
Hiring Minimum$55,714.75
DepartmentCenter for Community Engagement
LocationMiddlebury, VT Campus
Hire contingent upon successful completion of the following post-offer screeningCriminal Background Check
Position SummaryThis is a term position with an end date of 03/01/2024.Offer is contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check. This position, working in collaboration with the Center for Community Engagement leadership and the Davis United World College Scholars Program, will advance the mission of the Davis Projects for Peace program. The position will combine the functions of coordination, strategic design, cohort development, institutional integration, alumni network development, reflection, assessment and documentation. Projects for Peace (PfP) began as the vision of Kathryn W. Davis and is a grant program intended to instill or grow a lifelong passion for peace and service in young people. PfP is externally funded and administered by Middlebury College. This position will be based at Middlebury College, and will require some travel between Middlebury, Vermont and Projects for Peace partner institutions and events.
Essential FunctionsOverall strategic and operational management and implementation of the Davis Projects for Peace program. Communication and collaboration as needed with the Davis United World College Scholars Program.
General ResponsibilitiesSpecifically, the Program Director will:
● Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders in integrated development and implementation of the Davis Projects for Peace program;
● Facilitate information sharing and assist in building a learning community between PfP grantees;
● Conduct tool development and best practices, including for recruitment, selection, retention, support, cohort development, and cross-institutional collaboration;
● Apply a lens of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice throughout programmatic responsibilities;
● Coordinate and disseminate virtual training for students in core skill areas, both for those developing proposals and those who are awarded a grant.
● Collaboratively develop and implement assessment plans designed simultaneously to track, assess, and guide Projects for Peace strategy and to foster collective impact;
● Develop and maintain a Communications Plan to raise the profile of PfP. Direct the production and maintenance of annual reports, websites, social media and other supporting materials as needed;
● Foster cohort development and integration of PfP institutional liaisons, students, and alumni;
● Travel domestically to interact with funders and beneficiaries of the programs;
● Be an expert spokesperson for international understanding through education and experience;
● Supervise a part-time administrative staff member who provides logistical and administrative support for the PfP program
EducationM.A. degree in a related field or BA and demonstrable work experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities● Excellent interpersonal, organization, collaboration and communication skills, as well as energy, initiative, high motivation, and ability to think strategically.
● Understands social dynamics of power and privilege and has demonstrated ability to apply this understanding to create diverse and inclusive educational environments that critically examine inequalities.
● Strong evidence of collaborative work, systems thinking and excellent writing skills are required.
● Skills developing and managing program budgets.
● Facility with electronic media, web-based tools
● Managing vendors and consultants
ExperienceMinimum of 5 years experience in higher education and/or international affairs, as well as demonstrated experience in working with college-aged and diverse populations. A demonstrated interest in advancing diversity, equity, and access.
Physical Demands
Close Date
Open Until FilledYes
Special Instructions to ApplicantsThe person in this position may be able to start remotely due to COVID, to be negotiated upon job offer. As normal work operations resume, the person in this position will be required to spend some days in the office each week but may be able to continue to work partially from home.
This is a term position with an end date of 03/01/2024.
Offer is contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check.
Recommendation Letter Requirements

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  1. Cover Letter
  2. Resume/C V

Optional Documents

Deputy Director of Research – Equis

Equis Research is seeking an Deputy Director of Research to manage the day-to-day

operations of its multi-state program of polling and focus groups. We are looking for a deeply

analytical and detail-oriented project manager who wants to work to tackle big questions

about a dynamic and ever-complex segment of the American electorate.

Equis Research launched in early 2019 as a hub for research, data and analysis that helps

demystify the Latino vote. We want to move past the idea of the Latino community as a

monolith, and toward a more sophisticated understanding of the experiences, issue

preferences and political identities of Latinx voters. We are building a deep and longitudinal

understanding of voter attitudes; tracking trends from the past to provide forward-looking

context; building a set of best practices on surveying and targeting the Hispanic community;

and disseminating actionable outcomes for organizations and practitioners looking to engage

this voter.

Equis collaborates with a team of outside firms on data collection and analysis, in addition to

housing a small but expanding set of internal data and analytical capacities.


The Deputy Director of Research will be responsible for the successful execution of new Equis

research projects.

What that looks like:

● Leading day-to-day management of all quantitative and qualitative research projects

(which generally includes polls, focus groups, and online journaling);

● Acting as the primary liaison with outside pollsters/consultants;

● Working with pollsters/consultants to design and monitor research projects, whether

shepherding decisions on sample design and methodology; helping draft survey

questionnaires and focus group guides; or assisting in the creation of memos and decks;

● Managing the feedback loop between the Equis team(s), partners, subscribers, and

other stakeholders;

● Driving innovation within the organization, in terms of (a) constantly refining Equis

standards and best practices, and (b) keeping up to date with new methodological

approaches, tools and lines of inquiry;

● Supporting the analysis team on its deliverables;

● Working with the team to set research priorities, budget and calendar, and pitching in

as needed on plans, fundraising proposals, and external briefings.


The ideal candidate for this position has:

● Demonstrated project management skills; highly organized and detail-oriented with the

ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks;

● Familiarity with the A-to-Z of survey research, with experience working with polling or

data science as either a producer or consumer;

● Most importantly, a demonstrated ability to quickly pick up what you didn’t already


● Top-notch problem-solving skills, with experience tackling an unfamiliar situation and

taking the initiative to devise and execute solutions;

● Deep analytical thinking and a dogged desire to get at the truth;

● Outstanding collaboration skills with the ability to work independently and

self-directed; and

● Strong written and oral communication skills and ability to communicate priorities,

needs and expectations.

The ability to write and/or edit in Spanish is preferable but not required. Cultural fluency is


This position reports to: Director of Research (Partner)

Location: Remote

Employee Status: Full-Time

Salary & Benefits: The minimum salary expectation for this particular position is $75,000,

dependent on relevant experience.

How to apply: Please send your resume and a brief cover letter as a single PDF to with the position title in the subject line.

Job- Translators Without Borders

Consultant – remote training development

Location: home-based 
Travel: none
Reporting to: Crisis Response
Timeframe: March 2021 – October 2021 (up to 14 FTE days total) 
Deadline for applications: March 5th, 2021

Click here to apply

The role
Translators without Borders is seeking a consultant to develop two short training packages on language for humanitarian field staff on the basis of TWB’s existing content and materials.

Task 1  – To create a mixed mode interpreter training combining online resources and resources for use in group settings. 

Review and adapt our existing modular training curriculum on humanitarian interpreting into very simple online resources with accompanying facilitator tools and hand-outs. 

We anticipate the following to be an outline of the tasks:

  • Review existing training content, training notes, slide decks, and handouts on this topic produced by TWB
  • Adapt and/or develop alternative content if necessary, re-working material content to move from the local and context-specific to the generic
  • Incorporate group exercises to complement online materials, and develop / adapt trainers notes for these
  • Develop a small number of participant handouts 
  • Design an evaluation process for the training and produce accompanying materials to facilitate this
  • Combine online training content, trainer’s notes, participant handouts, and evaluation tools, into one easy-to-follow package 
  • Revise and amend materials following field pilot 

The version needs to be suitable to be used by people in widely differing humanitarian contexts, many of whom will have low levels of literacy. The final training course, combining online resources and ‘live’ interactive sessions and evaluation, should take no more than 10 hours to complete. Online resources are anticipated to be not more than 5 hours of the content.

Task 2 – To create a short course on the topic of ‘language in humanitarian data’ combining online resources and facilitated group work. 

  • Review existing presentations, webinars, slide decks, and literature on this topic produced by TWB
  • Re-work and adapt this material to create a unified collection of online presentations and linked resources
  • Develop / adapt group exercises to complement online materials, and develop / adapt trainers notes for these
  • Develop a small number of participant handouts or identify key existing materials as handouts
  • Design an evaluation process for the training and produce accompanying tools to facilitate this
  • Combine online presentation, trainer’s notes, participant handouts / resources, and evaluation tools, into one easy-to-follow package 
  • Revise and amend materials following field pilot 

The short training course will raise awareness of language in humanitarian data gathering. The course is aimed at enumerators and other data collectors, and their managers. Some participants may have moderate – low levels of literacy. It will prepare them to manage language complexity and improve their quality assurance processes in multilingual data collection. The final training materials and group activities combined should take no more than 3 hours to complete. The online content should make up approximately 50% of the course duration.  

In both tasks above, the format for the online version needs to be suitable as a teaching aid for face-to-face training (so possibly as simple as recorded presentations, links to supporting videos, or insertion of TWB’s existing Moodle-platform material). 


  • An agreed work plan including time-frames, review periods, revision and approval stages
  • Humanitarian Field Interpreter online materials which can be presented to a group of participants, or viewed by an interested individual e.g. (podcast / narrated powerpoint presentations / links to audio-visual materials). The total run time for these materials will be approximate duration of 5 hours (for interpreter training) and 1.5 hours (for language in humanitarian data training)
  • Humanitarian Field Interpreter:
  • learning outcomes for each session / module
  • agendas for delivery of each session / module
  • concise trainer’s notes
  • concise participant handouts
  • evaluation tools, rationale and methodology
  • Language in Humanitarian Data online materials which can be presented to a group of participants, or viewed by an interested individual e.g. (podcast / narrated powerpoint presentations / links to audio-visual materials). The total run time for these materials will be approximately 1.5 hours. 
  • Language in Humanitarian Data:
  • learning outcomes for each session 
  • agenda for delivery of the course
  • concise trainer’s notes
  • concise participant handouts / resources
  • evaluation tools, rationale and methodology
  • The combined word-count of the combined courses should be within 18,000 – 20,000 words, including spoken and recorded content. All materials will be presented in English in agreed editable file formats, and developed to facilitate translation / dubbing / subtitling as necessary. 
  • The training design and materials will need to be sufficiently comprehensive that a confident generic facilitator without an interpreting background could deliver it unsupported. Participant and facilitator materials all need to be professionally presented and use Translators without Borders’ design guidelines.
  • The courses are expected to be interactive, practical, lively and solution-orientated. Training approaches should be inclusive or easily adaptable for people with disabilities.
  • The consultant will be required to ensure that all the material proposed for inclusion in the curriculum is open-access and on a platform suitable for this purpose. All content created by the consultant will become the intellectual property of Translators without Borders.

Qualifications and experience required

  • Extensive experience (more than five years) in adult learning in either formal or non-formal settings
  • Training design, development, and implementation experience with a focus on training for adults
  • Experience in capacity building, training and facilitation in the development or humanitarian sectors
  • Extensive experience (more than five years) of training and facilitation in low-literacy contexts
  • Previous work experience in a humanitarian or development context and a good understanding of humanitarian or development practices
  • A fluent English speaker with excellent writing skills in English
  • A qualification as an interpreter or a translator from a recognized professional institution, or previous experience training translators or interpreters, would be a plus.
  • Experience in developing online training and resources 


  • A self-starter with the flexibility and adaptability to work independently and meet deadlines
  • Key qualities of relationship-building and adaptability
  • Patience and openness to comment in review processes

In many conflicts and other humanitarian emergencies, the languages of affected people are not the same as those of the responders. This language gap affects access to life-saving information and services and diminishes the effectiveness and accountability of humanitarian action.

In 2013, TWB created the first-ever crisis language support service, Words of Relief, which has responded to crises every year since. Today TWB provides a range of language and communication services, from translations to training of interpreters. Either remotely or in-country (currently in Bangladesh, DRC and Nigeria), TWB works with more than 100 development and humanitarian partners.

TWB has developed modular training materials on the basics of interpreting in humanitarian action. This course has been designed for people who carry out humanitarian interpretation but are not qualified: locally engaged staff, bilingual volunteers, cultural mediators, etc. The individual modules are sufficiently self-contained that they retain coherence when sequenced differently or delivered individually. There are comprehensive teaching notes, a set of supporting visual materials, a substantial participants’ handbook, and recommendations for structuring the modules for different durations and audiences. 

To expand the potential reach of this training, it has been adapted for low-literacy audiences and for use in various humanitarian contexts. TWB needs a unified version that can be delivered as face-to-face training over two days across a range of contexts and that consistently applies adult learning principles and good practices for communicating with less literate audiences.

In addition TWB has substantial information in a variety of formats (blogs, info-sheets, presentations) on language in data collection. This material is not currently in the form of a training package. TWB sees the need to have a short training for those managing data collection in multilingual format to make sure they plan for language, that enumerators understand how to manage language barriers, and that there is a quality assurance process to address gaps in communication. 

How to apply
TWB will accept offers from individual consultants and consulting firms.

To apply for this consultancy please send the following documents:

1. A technical and financial offer to include:

  • a brief description (no more than two sides of A4) of how you would tackle this role
  • a proposed work plan (including the number of days required for each task)
  • a financial offer, specifying daily fees

2. Curriculum vitae highlighting experience from similar projects, as well as the contact details (email and telephone number) and at least three professional references.

Please upload the technical and financial offer as one document under “cover letter” and present the CV(s) of the expert(s) proposed in one document under “CV”.

About Translators without Borders

Translators without Borders believes that everyone has the right to give and receive information in a language and format they understand. We work with nonprofit partners and a global community of language professionals to build local language translation capacity, and raise awareness of language barriers. Originally founded in 1993 in France (as Traducteurs sans Frontières), TWB translates millions of words of life-saving and life-changing information a year. 

Core Values

Translators without Borders employees and volunteers are people who believe passionately about the value of this work and take personal responsibility for achieving the mission. Translators without Borders’ mission and organizational spirit embody the core values established in its strategic framework: 

Excellence: As the leading voice for communicating humanitarian information in the right language, Translators without Borders is a leader in the translation industry and in the non-profit sector. 

Integrity: Translators without Borders believes that every person, whether it is the people who we serve, our volunteers or our staff, has value, deserves respect and has inherent dignity. 

Empowerment: Translators without Borders believes in using language to empower people around the world to control their own development and destiny.

Innovation: Translators without Borders recognizes and celebrates the power of innovation to address humanitarian and crisis issues around the world.

Sustainability: Translators without Borders recognizes that meeting our mission necessitates establishment and maintenance of a solid financial and organizational infrastructure.

Tolerance: Our staff and volunteers are highly knowledgeable and skilled; value each other, our partner and our recipients; create a supportive work environment; and, conduct themselves professionally at all times. 

Translators without Borders is an equal-opportunity employer, committed to diversity and inclusion, and encourages qualified candidates of all genders and from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.

TWB may re-advertise the vacancy, cancel the recruitment, offer an appointment with a modified job description or for a different duration at its discretion.

Jobs at Linguistic Society of America

LSA Seeks Applicants for Two Staff Positions


Linguistic Society of America

The LSA is now accepting applications (through March 7, 2021) for two new part-time management positions focused on membership and on meetings, respectively. An overview of each position’s responsibilities is outlined below, along with details for submitting an application. The anticipated start dates are flexible, with a goal of filling both postions by the end of April 2021.

Membership Manager

Under the direction of the Executive Director of the LSA, the Membership Manager will provide leadership and professional expertise as the primary membership liaison, charged with retaining and increasing LSA’s membership.


  • Plan, execute and evaluate membership recruitment and marketing campaigns throughout the year to enhance the LSA’s profile and awareness within the linguistics community.
  • In consultation with the appropriate LSA leaders and staff, develop proposals for enhancing member benefits/services and ensure maintenance/delivery of existing services/benefits.
  • Review and prepare reports on membership data and trends, including support for annual budget projections. 
  • Maintain and enhance relevant web content, including that restricted to LSA members, in consultation with LSA staff and web developer.
  • Coordinate member communications, including the LSA Update newsletter, email, and other correspondence.
  • Identify and participate in discussions with the LSA Executive Committee and Executive Director on strategies, opportunities, potential conflicts and other issues related to the successful recruitment and retention of members.


  • Baccaluareate degree in any field, with a preference for those who have taken courses in linguistics and/or world languages.
  • Significant experience (3-5 years) working for membership associations, including a successful track record of building and growing the total number of members through creative, innovative initiatives. 
  • Experience with membership marketing, recruitment, retention and enhancement of member benefits and services.
  • Familarity with website content management, database management and association software tools and services.
  • This position requires occasional travel to attend the LSA Annual Meeting and Spring Executive Committee meeting.
  • This part-time position will average about 25 hours per week, with more hours required during the week of the two events referenced above.
  • The position will be based in Washington, DC, with the option of remote work, subject to approval.

Ideal Characteristics

  • Creative, innovative, collaborative, congenial, diplomatic, and self-motivated. Detail-oriented.
  • Strong communications skills, including the art of persuasion and making the case for membership based on a strong value proposition.. 

Application Instructions

Please send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and contact information for at least three professional references to this email address, using this subject line: Application for LSA Membership Manager Postion. Deadline: March 7, 2021.

The LSA is committed to principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. Applications from members of under-represented groups are strongly encouraged.

Meetings Manager

Under the direction of the Executive Director of the LSA, Meetings Manager will provide leadership and professional expertise in the planning and implementation of all LSA events.


  • Plan, execute and evaluate all aspects of the LSA’s Annual Meeting, in consultation with the Program Committee and Executive Director.
  • Develop budgets and monitor revenue/expenses for LSA-sponsored events.
  • In consultation with the Executive Director, develop a marketing plan for LSA-sponsored events to increase abstract submissions, attendance, exhibitors, advertisers and sponsors.
  • Liaise with sister societies that co-locate their annual meetings with the LSA’s to coordinate logistics and other arrangements.
  • Develop and disseminate RFPs for potential meeting sites; evaluate proposals received, and recommend preferred sites to the Executive Committee and Executive Director. Negotiate contracts for meeting site and services in consultation with Executive Director.
  • Plan, execute and evaluate LSA webinars, in consultation with Editors, committee leaders and staff as appropriate.
  • Provide support for the Linguistic Institute and CoLang, in consultation with the Institute and the Fellowships Committee.
  • Assist with planning and logistics for LSA Executive Committee meetings, marketing and registration for LSA sponsored conferences, and other events as appropriate.
  • Assist the Executive Director with planning the annual awards program and business meeting of the LSA.
  • Identify and participate in discussions with the LSA Executive Committee and Executive Director on strategies, opportunities, potential conflicts and other issues related to the successful implementation of events.
  • Maintain and enhance web content for events, in consultation with LSA staff and web developer.


  • Baccaluareate degree in any field, with a preference for those who have taken courses in linguistics and/or world languages. CMP credential is a plus.
  • Experience (1-3 years) planning events for membership associations, including a successful track record of building and growing the total number of participants through creative, innovative initiatives.
  • Experience with event marketing, contracting, vendor relations, and content coordination.
  • Familarity with online registration systems, abstract management, meeting apps and related software tools and services.
  • This position requires occasional travel to attend the LSA Annual Meeting and Spring Executive Committee meeting.
  • This part-time position will average about 20 hours per week, with more hours required during the week of the two events referenced above.
  • The position will be based in Washington, DC, with the option of remote work, subject to approval.

Ideal Characteristics

  • Creative, innovative, collaborative, congenial, diplomatic, and self-motivated. Detail-oriented.
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills, including the art of persuasion and making the case for participation in LSA events based on a strong value proposition.. 

Application Instructions

Please send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and contact information for at least three professional references to this email address, using this subject line: Application for LSA Meetings Manager Postion. Deadline: March 7, 2021.

The LSA is committed to principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. Applications from members of under-represented groups are strongly encouraged.

Senior Researcher: Applied Research and Evaluation

Education Northwest Portland, OR

About the job

Job Duties: Oversee and grow a portfolio of large scale quantitative and mixed methods research and evaluation projects for education policy makers and practitioners. Develop and deploy innovative strategies for sharing evaluation and research findings that promote high levels of engagement and use among clients and other strategic partners. Specific job responsibilities are:

  • Work with external clients and partners in region or strategic research projects within company. (25% of time)
    • Work with external clients and partners (education practitioners and policymakers) in the Northwest region and nationally by building strong long-term relationships with education stakeholders. (5%)
    • Actively nurture and grow a robust professional network through existing project work and networking at conference and professional events to increase mission-driven partnership and business opportunities for the organization by providing supports to partners. (5%)
    • Share ongoing work and lessons learned with others nationally working in similar spaces at stakeholder meetings and regional and national conferences at least once a quarter. (5%)
    • Recommend to clients the strategic use of evaluation data for policy and programmatic decision making through sharing of results in actionable ways and coaching on using research and evaluation findings. (10%)
  • Develop proposals and oversee projects. (65% of time)
    • Lead the development of proposals to bring in new contracts and grow a portfolio of large scale quantitative and mixed methods research and evaluation projects that substantially contribute to organization growth and sustainability. (10%)
    • Serve as project lead managing the project budget through monthly budget meetings with finance staff. (10%)
    • Lead the design of the research and evaluation project, instruments, analysis, and dissemination plan. (10%)
    • Oversee a team of 2-4 other researchers, analysts, and associates carrying out the research design, data collection and analysis, report writing, and dissemination by providing regular check-ins and feedback each week on work through team and individual meetings and review of materials. (20%)
    • Contribute to the project work through performing high-quality data analysis and report writing on a diverse portfolio of quantitative and mixed methods research and evaluation projects. (15%)
  • Lead teams and collaborate with senior staff. (5% of time)
    • Work with other Senior Researchers to develop and institutionalize new and innovative ways to report research and evaluation findings and promote a high degree of use and strategic engagement among clients and partners. (2%)
    • Lead project teams of 2-4 other researchers, analysts, and associates to carry out work of exceptional quality and model and mentor team members in project management, relationship development and client engagement (2%)
    • Collaborate with senior staff across the organization to develop new projects and proposals (1%)
  • Perform other duties as assigned, such as literature reviews related to assigned projects. (5%)

The position’s duties may require out-of-office travel up to 20% of the time, to visit client sites for evaluation and information gathering.

Minimum Requirements: Ph.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) in Education, Public Policy, Applied Social Sciences or related field, and 4 years of post-Ph.D. experience as a Researcher or in a closely related occupation in the field of education research. Experience must include:

  • 4 years supporting quantitative research and evaluation projects in education research.
  • 4 years conducting applied research and evaluation in one or more of the following content areas: educator preparation; professional development; teacher recruitment and retention; and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
  • 3 years supporting business development through working on contracts, grants, and other means.

All education, training, and experience may be gained concurrently. Applicants must be U.S. workers (includes U.S. citizens, permanent residents, foreign nationals granted temporary residence under one of the 1986 legalization programs, refugees, and asylees).

Seniority Level



  • Non-profit Organization Management
  • Higher Education
  • Education Management

Employment Type


Job Functions

  • Research
  • Analyst
  • Information Technology

UX Researcher – Facebook (contract)

Come join a diverse and collaborative team of researchers who work directly with product design to build the future of Virtual Reality. Our work ranges from formative to evaluative, ethnography to usability. For this position, we are looking for a mixed method methodological generalist, with broad skills in qualitative and design research methods and an understanding of quantitative concepts. The right candidates will be excellent communicators, knowledgeable about UX design, comfortable in a flat, fast moving organization, excited to collaborate, and focused squarely on impacting the design of Oculus VR at Facebook. The Oculus VR Platform Team is looking for someone to work with a research community of Oculus VR users to conduct studies (often longitudinal) to uncover user needs and design new software experiences for virtual reality. This role will mainly focus on qualitative studies with the opportunity to pursue some quantitative work (e.g., surveys) as well.

Minimum Skills and Experiences:

* BA/BS degree in a human behavior related field (marketing, human computer interaction, Psychology, Linguistics, Anthropology, Social Science, Information Science, etc.)

* 3+ years of experiences working in UX Research, market research or a related field

* Work closely with product teams to define research topics

* Design studies that address both user behavior and attitudes

* Generate insights that both fuel ideation and evaluate designs

* Conduct research using a wide variety of qualitative methods and a subset of quantitative methods, such as surveys

* Work cross-functionally with design, product management, content strategy, engineering and marketing

* Communicate results and illustrate suggestions in compelling and creative ways

Preferred Experiences:

* Experiences in conducting longitudinal research studies

* Experiences in running and managing research communities

* Experiences in conducting research with emergent technologies such as VR headsets, AR glasses

The Facebook CWX Program is enabled by a cutting-edge software platform called TalentNet that leads the contingent labor world for technology innovation. The software platform leverages Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to make sure the right people end up in the right job.

At Facebook, we are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to connect people all over the world. That’s why it’s important that our workforce reflects the diversity of the people we serve. Hiring people with different backgrounds and points of view helps us make better decisions, build better products, and create better experiences for everyone.

We give humans the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Our products empower more than 3 billion people around the world to share ideas, offer support, and make a difference.

Call for contributions: Inclusion in Linguistics & Decolonizing Linguistics

Call for contributions to two edited collections: Inclusion in Linguistics and Decolonizing Linguistics

Edited by Anne Charity Hudley, Christine Mallinson, and Mary Bucholtz Oxford University Press

Call for Edited Collections: Inclusion in Linguistics and Decolonizing Linguistics

We extend a formal call for contributions to either or both of two edited collections that we are currently developing for Oxford University Press. The first volume, Inclusion in Linguistics, will present theories, resources, and models for how to achieve broader participation in linguistics, broadly defined. We invite contributions on a range of themes, including:•Contributions that present racial inclusion models in linguistics and that present findings and results from their implementation;•Contributions that present inclusion models in P-12 education and address the importance of linguistics in student learning and/or in preparing educators;•Contributions that present inclusion models in undergraduate and graduate linguistics education, including recruitment and retention, curricular changes, instruction and training, research, and mentorship;•Contributions that speak to the dire need for more inclusion among linguistics faculty and that highlight the experiences of linguists from underrepresented and racially minoritized groups;•Contributions that discuss the experiences of linguists in administrative and staff positions in higher education, including student affairs and other roles, that highlight the importance of inclusion issues;•Contributions that address the experiences of linguists of color working in industry settings;•Contributions that present models for community partnerships as a means of broadening and aligning inclusion research, teaching, and advocacy work in linguistics.The second edited volume, Decolonizing Linguistics,will focus on the methodologies and practices of linguistic researchers and other professionals.

Contributions are invited on the following and related themes:

  • Contributions that present models for decolonizing linguistic research, with a focus on community-centered participatory action research;
  • Contributions that discuss language reclamation in action, emphasizing person-centered and humanizing perspectives, knowledge, and insights;
  • Contributions that offer ways of navigating researcher obligations and responsibilities to individuals and communities, particularly via inclusive ethical and participatory models;
  • Contributions that engage social justice theories and methodologies and how they can be incorporated into linguistic research;
  • Contributions that address the experiences of linguists working as activists in scholarly or professional settings or contexts;•
  • Contributions that present practical and/or theoretical models for racial reparations that can be done through or with linguistic research;
  • Contributions that reimagine the purposes of linguistic research by creating models for sharing knowledge, collaborating with communities, and making scholarly communication directly accessible, particularly to communities.
  • Contribution proposals of 1,000 words or less are due by June 1, 2021, in Word format (.docx) to

We will send decisions about proposals byJuly 15, 2021. Accepted papers will be due January 5, 2022. We will determine the length of final papers based on the number of proposals accepted, but we anticipate that they will range from 5,000 to 10,000 words. We want to encourage you to make sure your proposals directly address how others can tailor your work to their own experiences and how they can start to implement them. We also want to encourage you to look at relevant existing literature from other disciplines to guide your modeling.We invite those who are interested in submitting a proposal to reach out to us, as we are willing to help with the development of your ideas before submission.

Career Linguist Spring Workshops

Are you a linguist thinking about your career? Be sure to check out the Spring Series of workshops featuring key insights to get you started.

You’ll hear career stories from linguists who have found meaningful application of the skills and abilities cultivated by the study of linguistics, and you will have the opportunity to practice and meet other career-oriented linguists in small group interactive activities.

build community and gain professional development skills and insight!

Book now using this link

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Associate Director, Research Fellows Program – Stanford U.

Residing in Silicon Valley, the heart of innovation, Stanford GSB has built a global reputation based on its immersive and innovative management programs. We provide students a transformative leadership experience, push the boundaries of knowledge with faculty research, and offer a portfolio of entrepreneurial and non-degree programs that deliver global impact like no other. We strive to change lives, change organizations, and change the world.

The Stanford GSB Research Fellows Program is a fellowship program designed for individuals wanting to gain valuable training and experience toward a career in academic research before applying to a PhD program. Fellows come to Stanford and work closely with faculty on research, take classes, and fully engage in the intellectual community. One objective of the program is to increase the diversity pipeline to doctoral programs.

The Associate Director (AD) plays a key role in the success of the Research Fellows Program. The AD serves as a key contact for prospects, current fellows, and faculty. Oversees the program’s outreach, marketing, admissions, website and intranet. Directs the program’s administration and operations including registration, financial aid, and all related systems. Advises, counsels, and supports fellows throughout their program. Implements programming including community building events, weekly research workshops, training bootcamps, among other.

The Research Fellows Program is housed in the Stanford GSB PhD Program. Reporting to the Assistant Dean of the PhD Program, the Associate Director will also manage the administration of the Visiting Student Researchers program, the IDDEAS program, pre-doctoral appointments and provide support for other PhD program activities and programming. Other duties as required.

Experience working effectively with faculty and students highly preferred. This is an excellent opportunity for candidates with a strong interest in or experience with diversity initiatives.

Note: Not all unique aspects of the job are covered by this job description

Your Primary Responsibilities Include

Administer, implement, and interpret university and department policies and procedures on issues regarding admission, financial aid, visa services, student life, advising, career counseling and academic services. Identify, clarify, and resolve highly visible or complex issues with substantial significance and impact that may span multiple areas, using expert technical and professional knowledge requiring independent judgment.

  • Manage an area or program in student services, analyze effectiveness, and make final decisions on program eligibility.
  • Engage in critical analysis of student and program concerns to resolve issues which may span multiple areas, using advanced technical and professional knowledge.
  • Develop and implement programming, make strategic recommendations for future programs.
  • Evaluate and determine recommendations on technology resources, negotiate with resources options and vendors.
  • Analyze and develop report requirements, portals, and student facing communications.
  • Manage outreach programs, relationships with external community and university liaisons.
  • Engage in critical analysis of student and program concerns to resolve substantial issues which may span multiple areas, using advanced technical and professional knowledge.
  • Provide direct advice to students on a range of issues including, but not limited to, academic progress, academic program policies, career plans, accessibility, community standards, etc., in order to assist them in making appropriate choices and decisions.
  • Interpret and implement university policy related to academic policies; oversee the implementation of policies and practices for a student population or school.
  • Manage financial processes
  • Oversee key processes, including contribution and direction on policy and program content.
  • Provide consulting advice to internal and external organizations; act as subject matter expert in a specialized field.

– Other duties may also be assigned


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To Be Successful In This Position, You Will Bring

Bachelor’s degree and five years of relevant experience, or combination of education and relevant experience.

Knowledge, Skills And Abilities

  • Independent, professional, employs tact and diplomacy in all interactions.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills to clearly and effectively communicate information to internal and external audiences, including faculty, prospects, fellows, and all levels of management.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills to review and analyze complex information.
  • Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Advanced customer service skills.
  • Ability to ensure and apply compliance with legal, financial, and university policies and external regulations.

Certifications And Licenses



  • Frequently sit, perform desk-based computer tasks.
  • Occasionally stand, walk, twist, use fine manipulation, grasp, use a telephone, write by hand, sort and file paperwork, lift, carry, push, and pull objects that weigh up to 10 pounds.

In Addition, Our Preferred Requirements Include

  • Interpersonal Skills: Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and clients and with external organizations.
  • Promote Culture of Safety: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned.
  • Subject to and expected to comply with all applicable University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the personnel policies and other policies found in the University’s Administrative Guide, .

Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of his or her job.

Why Stanford is for You

Our Generous Perks Align With What Matters To You

Stanford’s dedicated 16,000 staff come from diverse educational and career backgrounds. We are a collaborative environment that thrives on innovation and continuous improvement. At Stanford, we seek talent committed to excellence, driven to impact the future of our legacy, and improve lives on a global sphere. We provide competitive salaries, excellent health care and retirement plans, and a generous vacation policy, including additional time off during our winter closure.

  • Freedom to grow . Take advantage of career development programs, tuition reimbursement, or audit a course. Join a Ted Talk, film screening, or listen to a renowned author or leader discuss global issues.
  • A caring culture . We understand the importance of your personal and family time and provide you access to wellness programs, child-care resources, parent education and consultation, elder care and caregiving support.
  • A healthier you . We make wellness a priority by providing access to world-class exercise facilities. Climb our rock wall, or participate in one of hundreds of health or fitness classes.
  • Discovery and fun . Visit campus gardens, trails, and museums.
  • Enviable resources. We offer free commuter programs and ridesharing incentives. Enjoy discounts for computers, cell phones, recreation, travel, entertainment, and more!

We pride ourselves in being a culture that encourages and empowers you.

How To Apply

We invite you to apply for this position by clicking on the “Apply for Job” button. To be considered, please submit a cover letter and résumé along with your online application.

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Job Functions

  • Research
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  • Information Technology

Senior Social Science Researcher

Foundry10 is a philanthropic education research organization located in the University District neighborhood in Seattle. We work in collaboration with program developers and external partners to conduct research that expands how practitioners, communities, and other researchers think about learning. Foundry10 offers competitive salaries, benefits, and vacation time. This position is located in Seattle, WA and will require the candidate to work in the office when it is safe to do so.

Foundry10 is seeking a full-time social science researcher to join our expanding research team focused on supporting a variety of education programs and research projects. Senior Researchers have deep expertise in a few research methodologies (e.g., qualitative methods) or topics, which can serve as the basis for ongoing study and sharing. They are also experienced in a broad range of methodological/theoretical approaches and able to quickly learn about new types of research. As a social science researcher at foundry10, you will have a variety of opportunities including:

• Develop generalizable research that is based on collaborations with program teams and outside partners as well as your own novel ideas and areas of expertise

• Collaborate with program teams to design and carry out program evaluation efforts

• Apply experience-based insights and research skills (e.g., data analysis techniques, knowledge of study design, visualizing and interpreting data) to innovative research

• Oversee the execution of studies, to carry them out from conceptualization to final sharing

To be considered for this position, submit your resume or CV along with a cover letter explaining why this position in our company resonates with you to

  • Qualifications
    • PhD in a social science field (e.g., education, psychology) preferred or masters degree in social science with a minimum of 5 years total experience as a lead researcher including masters program
    • Demonstrated experience in formulating research questions, designing multiple studies, seeing them through to completion, and publishing in peer-reviewed journals
    • Experience on a variety of projects with multiple stakeholders
    • Strong background in research ethics, particularly research ethics involving children and adolescents
    • Strong background in statistical software (e.g., R, SPSS)
    • Outstanding communication skills, both verbally and written, in interpersonal and research settings
    • Ability to work self-sufficiently and identify areas where processes could be improved
    • Ability to cross multiple subject areas and quickly gain a basic understanding of new areas


  • Contribute to a multi-faceted approach that includes research studies, program design and implementation, and supporting educators that are taking an innovative approach to learning
  • Create a balanced portfolio of research that includes original research, deep research partnership collaborations with programs teams, and research that draws together threads and themes across programs
  • Develop interesting and important questions regarding education and experiences with learning
  • Facilitate collaboration with outside partners (e.g., educators, non-profit organizations) to design research
  • Gain background knowledge and expertise in other related/unrelated fields within the organization’s domains
  • Use both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and analysis strategies
  • Design surveys/program evaluations and remain fluent in existing methodologies/resources to streamline the research process
  • Employ a strong propensity to investigate topics and an ability to redirect/close off lines of inquiry not likely to result in useful findings
  • Develop depth in a specific subject area or construct, and share these findings with multiple stakeholders on an ongoing basis (e.g., research community, educators, families)
  • Work collaboratively with other teams to communicate actionable insights to various learning and research communities/fields as well as with lay-people in the educational community.
  • Interface with the Sharing Team to communicate research findings through a variety of formats such as White Papers, Brief Reports, videos, infographics, and social media
  • Represent the organization at conferences, within publications, and face-to-face with a variety of community partners
  • Take a leadership role in publishing peer-reviewed research in well-regarded journals in collaboration with colleagues on and off the research team
  • Actively read and engage with current research and bring new knowledge to the organization and their team as a result of engagement with relevant topics
  • Support colleagues in developing skills to understand what is valuable and impactful research

We’re interested in hearing from researchers with a wide range of experience, but we are particularly interested in applicants with backgrounds/experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Education Research or Educational Psychology
  • Background in educational programs or schools
  • Background in social and emotional learning (SEL)

Foundry10 is committed to creating a diverse environment where everyone can bring their full selves to work. Employment decisions are based on merit and business needs. The organization strives to provide a work environment free from discrimination and harassment because of a protected characteristic. Foundry10 does not discriminate against employees or applicants based on race, color, creed, citizenship, status, national origin, ancestry, gender, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, age, religion, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, physical or mental disability, marital status, parental status, veteran status, political affiliation, or any other characteristic protected by law.

We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to assist individuals with disabilities with the application and interviewing process as well as essential job functions. If you have questions about the accessibility of our office environment, please reach out to