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Global Communications Director

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Washington, DC

We are looking for a creative, dynamic, strategic thinker to drive the Social Progress Imperative’s communications strategy and help scale the global adoption of the Social Progress Index. The Global Communications Director will lead efforts to reach a growing global audience of government, business and philanthropic leaders, and inspire them to join and support the social progress movement. This will include developing strategic messages and world-class communications products, managing traditional and social media, maintaining the organization’s website, and developing key partner relations.

Senior Data Analyst, US

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Washington, DC

The Senior Data Analyst is responsible for supporting the development of city, county and regional Social Progress Indexes, including providing technical expertise during the design stage, conducting technical trainings with partner teams, assessing each location’s data availability and accessibility, calculating indexes and analyzing results, and providing guidance to ensure that the indexes developed by trained local officials use credible methods and meet the Social Progress Imperative’s standards.

Project Coordinator, US

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Washington, DC

In April 2018, we launched the first-ever Social Progress Index: US States. Now, with four years of US market cultivation, we aim to make a Social Progress Index available for every community in the country. Starting with 10 pilot cities and regions, we will test and refine approaches to rapidly scale the development and adoption of local SPIs. Each pilot will apply a model that empowers local decision-makers—whether governors, mayors, investors, business or nonprofit leaders—who want to leverage data to improve life in their community. The Project Coordinator will work with these leaders and their teams to help shape how their communities measure progress.