Hello Readers! We have three fascinating positions this week, one position with the Institute for the Future and another with LTG Associates, Inc. Check them out!
Institute for the Future (IFTF) is a 53-year old nonprofit research and education organization dedicated to helping organizations and communities systematically think about the future in order to make better choices today. They produce research, tools, and experiences that equip people with a foresight mindset and the capacity to envision the future and inspire strategic action. They use a variety of analytical and creative techniques to provoke imagination and invite everyone to consider new possibilities. IFTF works in a wide range of domains–work, education, food, health, technology, and others. They collaborate globally with academics, tech innovators, artists, entrepreneurs, and leaders that inspire new possibilities and collaborative action.
They’re seeking a dynamic and experienced senior research leader with a depth of content knowledge, analytical skills and expertise in one of the domains at the intersection of work, equity, and economics. A successful candidate may have relevant background in such fields as economics, labor, wealth and racial equity, sociology, urban planning, etc. but with an ability to work across multiple domains to help catalyze long-term futures thinking. The successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary team and lead projects and initiatives that support the success of IFTF’s Equitable Futures Lab dedicated to anticipating and providing innovative solutions to the complex problems of economic inequality.
To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit a two-page writing sample of your work.
LTG Associates, is the oldest anthropologically based consulting firm in North America. They specialize in access, appropriateness, and quality of health and human services and have worked throughout the US and its Territories and Freely Associated States as well as 50 countries internationally.
LTG Associates is searching for a medical anthropologist who is fluent in oral and written German and English to work on a short-term assignment. The core of the assignment will be to remotely interview a small number of German speakers regarding a medical therapy; all interviews will be conducted in German and then translated into English. The project will also require translation of the interview guide from English to German. Interviews are expected to be conducted in the late summer however staffing decisions will be made by mid-May.
Please send resumes with specific relevant skills to: email@example.com