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Data & Society Research Institute is seeking a dynamic and energetic Operations Assistant to support the Operations team with general administrative duties.
About the Operations Assistant
The Operations Assistant (OA) is an enthusiastic, proactive team player on the Operations Team. The OA will typically act as one of the organization’s first-points-of-contact: greeting visitors and guiding them on how to navigate Data & Society’s space and various offerings. The OA is an ambassador of our culture both internally and externally, a concierge to our staff, visitors, and VIPs, and also a pinch-hitter in our vibrant office.
This is a great opportunity for someone looking to learn about the essentials of nonprofit office administration and operations—including document preparation, presentation skills, task management, and Data & Society community relations. If you are seeking to grow your skills and knowledge, this is the role for you!
Key Skills & Competencies
Monday – Friday, 9:30am – 5:30pm (with flexibility to work earlier, later, or additional hours as needed)
Note: The Operations Assistant role is a full-time, non-exempt position, and reports directly to the Office Manager. Regular office hours are from 9:30am – 5:30pm (May be called upon to work an earlier or later schedule, depending on office needs).
$40,000 – $46,000 per year
To Apply please submit your application through this link. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis:
About Data & Society
Data & Society focuses on the social and cultural issues arising from data centric technological development. We seek to inform and develop frames for discussion of these complex issues both through our own research and through supporting the expansion of a nascent field of actors concerned about these topics. We want to be a resource, a catalyst, and a convener as new sectors recognize the complexity of the issues and the need for trade-offs when they increase their reliance on data as a tool for management and decision-making.
We see the field as comprised of researchers, journalists, policymakers, technologists, industry leaders and workers, funders, advocates, and civil society actors. We are committed to helping this field engage substantively, and with an evidence base, in debates over implications arising from the increasing reliance on data at scale to automated decision-making across a range of sectors.
The work and well-being of Data & Society is strengthened by the diversity of our network and our differences in background, culture, experience, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, and much more. We welcome applications from people of color, women, the LGBTQIA community, and persons with disabilities.
Download a PDF of the job description here.