All of us here at the Institute dedicate each day to creating the next generation of Public Innovators focused on improving their communities – big and small. As we continue to grow, we have a number of new career opportunities available.
The Harwood Institute is a 30-year-old independent, nonpartisan nonprofit that teaches, coaches and inspires people and organizations around the world to solve pressing problems and change how communities work together. As we seek to scale our ideas and practices as part of a newly adopted three-year strategy, we are currently seeking an individual to drive performance and impact of our various partnership initiatives in the U.S. and abroad.
The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation currently seeks an individual to execute a marketing and engagement strategy to advance the Institute’s mission and generate revenue. Specifically, this individual will be responsible for marketing the Institute’s coaching and training initiatives with targeted markets and elevating key ideas and content with thought leaders and key influencers in the civic and social change space.
We are currently recruiting for the position of campaign manager. This individual will be a key player in driving the Institute’s overall strategy to spread its ideas and messages and further position itself as a leader in the social change sector. He or she will be joining our team at a critical point in our history, as we codify the catalytic approaches to community change we have developed over our 30-year history, more rapidly scale our efforts and embark on an effort to raise awareness about the challenges facing public life and how to make progress against them
This is a tremendous opportunity for individuals who are seeking an intense, purpose-driven experience, who want to be part of a larger effort to advance new ideas for communities and society, particularly at a time of growing division and inwardness throughout the U.S. and elsewhere. Studio associates will work directly with Rich, a national leader whose practice, methods, ideas and approaches have helped shape the field of civic and community change for nearly 30 years.