Senior Strategist

Analyst Institute | Remote | Permanent

Date Posted

02/03/22

Job Role

Executive

Organization Type

Consultants, Issue Advocacy, Vendor or Service Provider

Location

Remote

Salary Range

$81,000-$100,000 | $101,000-$120,000

How to Apply

Click here to fill out an application.

Senior Strategist

Analyst Institute | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Analyst Institute is looking to hire a Senior Strategist on the Donor Partnerships Team, as a key part of our growing portfolio of work to help donors and institutional funders allocate resources for civic engagement, power-building, advocacy, and electoral change. We strongly encourage candidates to apply before February 28, 2022.

The Role
For over a decade, AI has provided community members and practitioners with key learnings from hundreds of experiments and rigorous research. As a part of Analyst Institute’s newest team, and in collaboration across multiple departments, this role will ensure that foundations, donors, and their advisors are able to use research, learning, and the best available evidence to inform their decision-making. The Donor Partnerships Team is a small and growing team, and during these formative years, the Senior Strategist will have the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the department’s work, while leading and managing specific projects across our portfolio. The Senior Strategist will report to the Director of Donor Partnerships and partner with them to drive the work forward.

We’re looking to fill the Donor Partnerships Senior Strategist role as soon as possible. We will accept applications through February 28.

As the Donor Partnerships Senior Strategist, you will:

  • Interpret and synthesize research across a variety of civic engagement, power-building, advocacy, and electoral outcomes on behalf of donors and institutional funders
  • Develop tailored funding frameworks, identifying qualitative and quantitative parameters for evaluating impact, for new and existing donor and institutional funder partners
  • Cultivate relationships with donors, donor advisors, program officers, and other giving entities for long-term partnerships and research opportunities
  • Lead and manage consulting projects that make evidence-based strategic recommendations for resource allocation
  • Translate Analyst Institute research into actionable resources for the donor community
  • Collaborate with the Director of Donor Partnerships and other AI staff to host convenings for the broader donor community
  • Keep well informed of new and emerging research and recommendations around civic engagement, power-building, advocacy and electoral outcomes 

 

Qualifications

The following encompasses many of the skills and experiences we consider useful for the Senior Strategist role, but we encourage you to apply even if you do not meet all of the qualifications.

 

You should be someone who is:

  • A strategic, creative, and analytical thinker, comfortable and capable of interpreting and synthesizing research accurately; an ability to both see the “big picture” as well as understand the finer, tactical points is key
  • A thoughtful communicator with strong writing skills, who is able to adapt appropriately for a diverse array of audiences
  • A willingness and ability to quickly become familiar with the body of research and recommendations from Analyst Institute and other relevant research entities
  • A creative collaborator, who is driven by developing new ideas and engaging with diverse perspectives with teammates and external partners
  • Adept at creating new relationships with a diversity of stakeholders and excited to build a fresh base of partnerships throughout the civic, progressive, and Democratic space 
  • A detail-oriented project manager who is experienced at leading, designing, and providing day-to-day oversight on simultaneous, fast-paced projects with multiple internal and external contributors and partners
  • Committed to working with those representing historically marginalized communities, in an equitable and inclusive manner

 

Some skills and experience that may help you succeed in this role, but are not required, include the following (please be sure to note these in your resume and/or cover letter)

  • Knowledge of campaign and civic engagement organization program and giving timelines; experience working at a civic engagement, advocacy or electoral organization, as a funder, and/or on a campaign
  • Familiarity with quantitative research and impact evaluation methods
  • Experience engaging with progressive donors, program officers, or similar
  • Existing relationships with a range of civic-engagement and/or electoral donors

Logistics

  • Location: We are equally open to candidates working from our D.C.-based office near McPherson Square (pandemic-permitting) or remotely. Roughly half of our staff works remotely regardless of the status of the pandemic, and our internal culture fully supports and integrates remote staff.  Candidates should be willing to travel for meetings and presentations as needed; a remote candidate should anticipate a greater amount of travel. Analyst Institute has not required travel since March 2020 and will work in consultation with all staff to determine when travel will resume. For this role, we will work with the eventual hire to assess when they feel comfortable with travel again, rather than requiring it from a certain date.

  • Start date: We would like to fill the position as soon as possible, and ideally no later than April 2022. This is a full time, non-exempt position.

  • Compensation range: Salary commensurate with experience, from $85,000 to $105,000.

  • Benefits: These include 100% premium-covered health, dental, and vision care, generous paid time off, 401k matching, twelve weeks paid parental leave (including the birth, adoption, or fostering of a child), and professional development stipends for self-directed growth.

  • Application process: We will be reviewing applications submitted by February 28,  2022. After submission, select applicants will be invited to complete a skills-based assessment as well as participate in multiple interviews.

  • For more information: See some of the reasons you may want to work at Analyst Institute, and visit our website for more information about the work we do.

  • To apply: Click below to fill out an application.

At Analyst Institute, we learn every day that the diversity of our team — in background, identity, thought, and experience — is one of our greatest strengths. We’re an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, women, non-binary candidates, and LGBTQIA+ candidates to apply. Unfortunately, at this time we cannot provide sponsorship for those requiring visas or work permits.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the following is provided: The position involves skill in using a personal computer; oral and written communication skills; skills in proofreading and editing; use of clear and articulate speech; interpersonal relations skills; reasoning and problem solving skills; ability to work in a fast-paced environment; ability to sit for long periods, stoop, bend, reach and carry light materials (up to 10 pounds); and ability to travel by various methods of transportation (e.g., airplane, car). There will be long periods of screen use, and this role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets. This job operates in a professional office environment with artificial light, and the majority of work will take place in an open office environment with exposure to possible allergens.

Date Posted

02/03/22

Job Role

Executive

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Click here to fill out an application.

Position Summary

Analyst Institute is looking to hire a Senior Strategist on the Donor Partnerships Team, as a key part of our growing portfolio of work to help donors and institutional funders allocate resources for civic engagement, power-building, advocacy, and electoral change. We strongly encourage candidates to apply before February 28, 2022.

The Role
For over a decade, AI has provided community members and practitioners with key learnings from hundreds of experiments and rigorous research. As a part of Analyst Institute’s newest team, and in collaboration across multiple departments, this role will ensure that foundations, donors, and their advisors are able to use research, learning, and the best available evidence to inform their decision-making. The Donor Partnerships Team is a small and growing team, and during these formative years, the Senior Strategist will have the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the department’s work, while leading and managing specific projects across our portfolio. The Senior Strategist will report to the Director of Donor Partnerships and partner with them to drive the work forward.

We’re looking to fill the Donor Partnerships Senior Strategist role as soon as possible. We will accept applications through February 28.

As the Donor Partnerships Senior Strategist, you will:

  • Interpret and synthesize research across a variety of civic engagement, power-building, advocacy, and electoral outcomes on behalf of donors and institutional funders
  • Develop tailored funding frameworks, identifying qualitative and quantitative parameters for evaluating impact, for new and existing donor and institutional funder partners
  • Cultivate relationships with donors, donor advisors, program officers, and other giving entities for long-term partnerships and research opportunities
  • Lead and manage consulting projects that make evidence-based strategic recommendations for resource allocation
  • Translate Analyst Institute research into actionable resources for the donor community
  • Collaborate with the Director of Donor Partnerships and other AI staff to host convenings for the broader donor community
  • Keep well informed of new and emerging research and recommendations around civic engagement, power-building, advocacy and electoral outcomes 

 

Qualifications

The following encompasses many of the skills and experiences we consider useful for the Senior Strategist role, but we encourage you to apply even if you do not meet all of the qualifications.

 

You should be someone who is:

  • A strategic, creative, and analytical thinker, comfortable and capable of interpreting and synthesizing research accurately; an ability to both see the “big picture” as well as understand the finer, tactical points is key
  • A thoughtful communicator with strong writing skills, who is able to adapt appropriately for a diverse array of audiences
  • A willingness and ability to quickly become familiar with the body of research and recommendations from Analyst Institute and other relevant research entities
  • A creative collaborator, who is driven by developing new ideas and engaging with diverse perspectives with teammates and external partners
  • Adept at creating new relationships with a diversity of stakeholders and excited to build a fresh base of partnerships throughout the civic, progressive, and Democratic space 
  • A detail-oriented project manager who is experienced at leading, designing, and providing day-to-day oversight on simultaneous, fast-paced projects with multiple internal and external contributors and partners
  • Committed to working with those representing historically marginalized communities, in an equitable and inclusive manner

 

Some skills and experience that may help you succeed in this role, but are not required, include the following (please be sure to note these in your resume and/or cover letter)

  • Knowledge of campaign and civic engagement organization program and giving timelines; experience working at a civic engagement, advocacy or electoral organization, as a funder, and/or on a campaign
  • Familiarity with quantitative research and impact evaluation methods
  • Experience engaging with progressive donors, program officers, or similar
  • Existing relationships with a range of civic-engagement and/or electoral donors

Logistics

  • Location: We are equally open to candidates working from our D.C.-based office near McPherson Square (pandemic-permitting) or remotely. Roughly half of our staff works remotely regardless of the status of the pandemic, and our internal culture fully supports and integrates remote staff.  Candidates should be willing to travel for meetings and presentations as needed; a remote candidate should anticipate a greater amount of travel. Analyst Institute has not required travel since March 2020 and will work in consultation with all staff to determine when travel will resume. For this role, we will work with the eventual hire to assess when they feel comfortable with travel again, rather than requiring it from a certain date.

  • Start date: We would like to fill the position as soon as possible, and ideally no later than April 2022. This is a full time, non-exempt position.

  • Compensation range: Salary commensurate with experience, from $85,000 to $105,000.

  • Benefits: These include 100% premium-covered health, dental, and vision care, generous paid time off, 401k matching, twelve weeks paid parental leave (including the birth, adoption, or fostering of a child), and professional development stipends for self-directed growth.

  • Application process: We will be reviewing applications submitted by February 28,  2022. After submission, select applicants will be invited to complete a skills-based assessment as well as participate in multiple interviews.

  • For more information: See some of the reasons you may want to work at Analyst Institute, and visit our website for more information about the work we do.

  • To apply: Click below to fill out an application.

At Analyst Institute, we learn every day that the diversity of our team — in background, identity, thought, and experience — is one of our greatest strengths. We’re an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, women, non-binary candidates, and LGBTQIA+ candidates to apply. Unfortunately, at this time we cannot provide sponsorship for those requiring visas or work permits.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the following is provided: The position involves skill in using a personal computer; oral and written communication skills; skills in proofreading and editing; use of clear and articulate speech; interpersonal relations skills; reasoning and problem solving skills; ability to work in a fast-paced environment; ability to sit for long periods, stoop, bend, reach and carry light materials (up to 10 pounds); and ability to travel by various methods of transportation (e.g., airplane, car). There will be long periods of screen use, and this role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets. This job operates in a professional office environment with artificial light, and the majority of work will take place in an open office environment with exposure to possible allergens.

Date Posted

02/03/22

Job Role

Executive

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Click here to fill out an application.

Senior Strategist

Analyst Institute | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Analyst Institute is looking to hire a Senior Strategist on the Donor Partnerships Team, as a key part of our growing portfolio of work to help donors and institutional funders allocate resources for civic engagement, power-building, advocacy, and electoral change. We strongly encourage candidates to apply before February 28, 2022.

The Role
For over a decade, AI has provided community members and practitioners with key learnings from hundreds of experiments and rigorous research. As a part of Analyst Institute’s newest team, and in collaboration across multiple departments, this role will ensure that foundations, donors, and their advisors are able to use research, learning, and the best available evidence to inform their decision-making. The Donor Partnerships Team is a small and growing team, and during these formative years, the Senior Strategist will have the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the department’s work, while leading and managing specific projects across our portfolio. The Senior Strategist will report to the Director of Donor Partnerships and partner with them to drive the work forward.

We’re looking to fill the Donor Partnerships Senior Strategist role as soon as possible. We will accept applications through February 28.

As the Donor Partnerships Senior Strategist, you will:

  • Interpret and synthesize research across a variety of civic engagement, power-building, advocacy, and electoral outcomes on behalf of donors and institutional funders
  • Develop tailored funding frameworks, identifying qualitative and quantitative parameters for evaluating impact, for new and existing donor and institutional funder partners
  • Cultivate relationships with donors, donor advisors, program officers, and other giving entities for long-term partnerships and research opportunities
  • Lead and manage consulting projects that make evidence-based strategic recommendations for resource allocation
  • Translate Analyst Institute research into actionable resources for the donor community
  • Collaborate with the Director of Donor Partnerships and other AI staff to host convenings for the broader donor community
  • Keep well informed of new and emerging research and recommendations around civic engagement, power-building, advocacy and electoral outcomes 

 

Qualifications

The following encompasses many of the skills and experiences we consider useful for the Senior Strategist role, but we encourage you to apply even if you do not meet all of the qualifications.

 

You should be someone who is:

  • A strategic, creative, and analytical thinker, comfortable and capable of interpreting and synthesizing research accurately; an ability to both see the “big picture” as well as understand the finer, tactical points is key
  • A thoughtful communicator with strong writing skills, who is able to adapt appropriately for a diverse array of audiences
  • A willingness and ability to quickly become familiar with the body of research and recommendations from Analyst Institute and other relevant research entities
  • A creative collaborator, who is driven by developing new ideas and engaging with diverse perspectives with teammates and external partners
  • Adept at creating new relationships with a diversity of stakeholders and excited to build a fresh base of partnerships throughout the civic, progressive, and Democratic space 
  • A detail-oriented project manager who is experienced at leading, designing, and providing day-to-day oversight on simultaneous, fast-paced projects with multiple internal and external contributors and partners
  • Committed to working with those representing historically marginalized communities, in an equitable and inclusive manner

 

Some skills and experience that may help you succeed in this role, but are not required, include the following (please be sure to note these in your resume and/or cover letter)

  • Knowledge of campaign and civic engagement organization program and giving timelines; experience working at a civic engagement, advocacy or electoral organization, as a funder, and/or on a campaign
  • Familiarity with quantitative research and impact evaluation methods
  • Experience engaging with progressive donors, program officers, or similar
  • Existing relationships with a range of civic-engagement and/or electoral donors

Logistics

  • Location: We are equally open to candidates working from our D.C.-based office near McPherson Square (pandemic-permitting) or remotely. Roughly half of our staff works remotely regardless of the status of the pandemic, and our internal culture fully supports and integrates remote staff.  Candidates should be willing to travel for meetings and presentations as needed; a remote candidate should anticipate a greater amount of travel. Analyst Institute has not required travel since March 2020 and will work in consultation with all staff to determine when travel will resume. For this role, we will work with the eventual hire to assess when they feel comfortable with travel again, rather than requiring it from a certain date.

  • Start date: We would like to fill the position as soon as possible, and ideally no later than April 2022. This is a full time, non-exempt position.

  • Compensation range: Salary commensurate with experience, from $85,000 to $105,000.

  • Benefits: These include 100% premium-covered health, dental, and vision care, generous paid time off, 401k matching, twelve weeks paid parental leave (including the birth, adoption, or fostering of a child), and professional development stipends for self-directed growth.

  • Application process: We will be reviewing applications submitted by February 28,  2022. After submission, select applicants will be invited to complete a skills-based assessment as well as participate in multiple interviews.

  • For more information: See some of the reasons you may want to work at Analyst Institute, and visit our website for more information about the work we do.

  • To apply: Click below to fill out an application.

At Analyst Institute, we learn every day that the diversity of our team — in background, identity, thought, and experience — is one of our greatest strengths. We’re an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, women, non-binary candidates, and LGBTQIA+ candidates to apply. Unfortunately, at this time we cannot provide sponsorship for those requiring visas or work permits.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the following is provided: The position involves skill in using a personal computer; oral and written communication skills; skills in proofreading and editing; use of clear and articulate speech; interpersonal relations skills; reasoning and problem solving skills; ability to work in a fast-paced environment; ability to sit for long periods, stoop, bend, reach and carry light materials (up to 10 pounds); and ability to travel by various methods of transportation (e.g., airplane, car). There will be long periods of screen use, and this role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets. This job operates in a professional office environment with artificial light, and the majority of work will take place in an open office environment with exposure to possible allergens.

Date Posted

02/03/22

Job Role

Executive

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Click here to fill out an application.

Senior Strategist

Analyst Institute | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Analyst Institute is looking to hire a Senior Strategist on the Donor Partnerships Team, as a key part of our growing portfolio of work to help donors and institutional funders allocate resources for civic engagement, power-building, advocacy, and electoral change. We strongly encourage candidates to apply before February 28, 2022.

The Role
For over a decade, AI has provided community members and practitioners with key learnings from hundreds of experiments and rigorous research. As a part of Analyst Institute’s newest team, and in collaboration across multiple departments, this role will ensure that foundations, donors, and their advisors are able to use research, learning, and the best available evidence to inform their decision-making. The Donor Partnerships Team is a small and growing team, and during these formative years, the Senior Strategist will have the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the department’s work, while leading and managing specific projects across our portfolio. The Senior Strategist will report to the Director of Donor Partnerships and partner with them to drive the work forward.

We’re looking to fill the Donor Partnerships Senior Strategist role as soon as possible. We will accept applications through February 28.

As the Donor Partnerships Senior Strategist, you will:

  • Interpret and synthesize research across a variety of civic engagement, power-building, advocacy, and electoral outcomes on behalf of donors and institutional funders
  • Develop tailored funding frameworks, identifying qualitative and quantitative parameters for evaluating impact, for new and existing donor and institutional funder partners
  • Cultivate relationships with donors, donor advisors, program officers, and other giving entities for long-term partnerships and research opportunities
  • Lead and manage consulting projects that make evidence-based strategic recommendations for resource allocation
  • Translate Analyst Institute research into actionable resources for the donor community
  • Collaborate with the Director of Donor Partnerships and other AI staff to host convenings for the broader donor community
  • Keep well informed of new and emerging research and recommendations around civic engagement, power-building, advocacy and electoral outcomes 

 

Qualifications

The following encompasses many of the skills and experiences we consider useful for the Senior Strategist role, but we encourage you to apply even if you do not meet all of the qualifications.

 

You should be someone who is:

  • A strategic, creative, and analytical thinker, comfortable and capable of interpreting and synthesizing research accurately; an ability to both see the “big picture” as well as understand the finer, tactical points is key
  • A thoughtful communicator with strong writing skills, who is able to adapt appropriately for a diverse array of audiences
  • A willingness and ability to quickly become familiar with the body of research and recommendations from Analyst Institute and other relevant research entities
  • A creative collaborator, who is driven by developing new ideas and engaging with diverse perspectives with teammates and external partners
  • Adept at creating new relationships with a diversity of stakeholders and excited to build a fresh base of partnerships throughout the civic, progressive, and Democratic space 
  • A detail-oriented project manager who is experienced at leading, designing, and providing day-to-day oversight on simultaneous, fast-paced projects with multiple internal and external contributors and partners
  • Committed to working with those representing historically marginalized communities, in an equitable and inclusive manner

 

Some skills and experience that may help you succeed in this role, but are not required, include the following (please be sure to note these in your resume and/or cover letter)

  • Knowledge of campaign and civic engagement organization program and giving timelines; experience working at a civic engagement, advocacy or electoral organization, as a funder, and/or on a campaign
  • Familiarity with quantitative research and impact evaluation methods
  • Experience engaging with progressive donors, program officers, or similar
  • Existing relationships with a range of civic-engagement and/or electoral donors

Logistics

  • Location: We are equally open to candidates working from our D.C.-based office near McPherson Square (pandemic-permitting) or remotely. Roughly half of our staff works remotely regardless of the status of the pandemic, and our internal culture fully supports and integrates remote staff.  Candidates should be willing to travel for meetings and presentations as needed; a remote candidate should anticipate a greater amount of travel. Analyst Institute has not required travel since March 2020 and will work in consultation with all staff to determine when travel will resume. For this role, we will work with the eventual hire to assess when they feel comfortable with travel again, rather than requiring it from a certain date.

  • Start date: We would like to fill the position as soon as possible, and ideally no later than April 2022. This is a full time, non-exempt position.

  • Compensation range: Salary commensurate with experience, from $85,000 to $105,000.

  • Benefits: These include 100% premium-covered health, dental, and vision care, generous paid time off, 401k matching, twelve weeks paid parental leave (including the birth, adoption, or fostering of a child), and professional development stipends for self-directed growth.

  • Application process: We will be reviewing applications submitted by February 28,  2022. After submission, select applicants will be invited to complete a skills-based assessment as well as participate in multiple interviews.

  • For more information: See some of the reasons you may want to work at Analyst Institute, and visit our website for more information about the work we do.

  • To apply: Click below to fill out an application.

At Analyst Institute, we learn every day that the diversity of our team — in background, identity, thought, and experience — is one of our greatest strengths. We’re an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, women, non-binary candidates, and LGBTQIA+ candidates to apply. Unfortunately, at this time we cannot provide sponsorship for those requiring visas or work permits.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the following is provided: The position involves skill in using a personal computer; oral and written communication skills; skills in proofreading and editing; use of clear and articulate speech; interpersonal relations skills; reasoning and problem solving skills; ability to work in a fast-paced environment; ability to sit for long periods, stoop, bend, reach and carry light materials (up to 10 pounds); and ability to travel by various methods of transportation (e.g., airplane, car). There will be long periods of screen use, and this role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets. This job operates in a professional office environment with artificial light, and the majority of work will take place in an open office environment with exposure to possible allergens.

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