Title: Fellow; Women and the Future of Work
Reports to: Senior Director, Women and the Future of Work
Remote Part-time Position (20-25 hours per week)
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES
The Fellow supports cross-departmental efforts focused on Women and the Future of Work. The Fellow contributes to project-team activities, including donor relations and engagement; examining global trends; contributing to Women and Future of Work projects such as newsletters and/or a podcast; developing learning and advisory tools and solutions; collaborating on occasional future of work research projects, assisting with corporate engagement activities around the future of work; and participating in the development of Women and the Future of Work content across the organization.
- Works across Catalyst departments to write, produce, and create new products and tools that align Future of Work content into new platforms and audiences.
- Assists the Catalyst Development team with donor relations, engagement, and stewardship, building a community around Women and the Future of Work.
- Coordinates and participates in virtual events and convenings around Women and the Future of Work priority areas.
- Collaborate on integrating Women and the Future of Work content across the organization, creating learning content and slide decks, and presenting strategy, content, and priority areas to internal and external audiences.
- Partners to produce and develop content for projects such as a Future of Work newsletter, potential podcast episodes, learning and advisory services products and tools, occasional research collaborations, and other knowledge products.
- Works with the corporate engagement team to engage supporters around Women and the Future of Work topic areas.
- Reviews and summarizes Women and Future of Work articles across societies, systems, diverse populations, and academic subfields; annotates and summarizes articles; organizes information thematically; and presents findings to the Future of Work content leaders and/or others at Catalyst
- Builds, manages, and cleans databases and tracking systems
- Assists Development team with project work, as available and applicable
KNOWLEDGE and/or SKILLS:
- M.A. or M.S. (or equivalent), preferably in social science, counseling, career development, nonprofit management, psychology, science communications, or business
- Content expertise in the future of work or diversity, equity, inclusion is strongly preferred
- Ability to view and translate applied social science research
- Experience crafting learning materials and presentations for a business audience; and understands basic principles of sound research methodology
- Ability to build and maintain relationships with multiple stakeholders, donors, executives, and experts in organizations and communities connected to Women and the Future of Work.
- Experience producing content for online learning programs, media sources, newsletters, podcasts, and/or other knowledge products.
- Organizes information effectively; can manage multiple projects, solve problems, and meet firm deadlines.
- Applies creative problem-solving and analytical skills to various projects.
- Ability to generate new ideas and creative solutions.
- Comfort and flexibility to work effectively with colleagues across various departments and job levels.
- Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Effective public speaking and presentation skills required.
- Functions effectively in a team-based virtual working environment as well as independently.