Events and Employment Opportunities

We are always looking for talented individuals who want to join our team and support our mission. Below, when they are available, you can find information about full-time and student employment positions, as well as information about events hosted by the Center and its affiliates. Visit our Student Opportunities page for more information about how students can get involved with the Center.

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Any information about events hosted by us or our affiliates will be posted here. You can also sign up for our mailing list to be notified about future events.

Employment


Full-Time Employment Opportunities

Project Manager
We are seeking an individual who is skilled and passionate about helping people and teams to turn information into learning that results in action, and who can help develop and support learning about the work HCDC is doing in the world as well as about our internal processes. More specifically, this role will lead the implementation of monitoring, evaluation, and learning processes within the Center, based on a “Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Framework” HCDC has developed in collaboration with an external professional evaluation firm. Read the full job description and apply.

Communications Specialist
We’re looking for a Communications Specialist who will support our Communications team in the development of our many communications products and channels (including the Center’s website, social media accounts, and podcast, to name a few) and in collecting metrics to help us evaluate progress on our communications goals. Read the full job description and apply.

Executive Coordinator
We’re looking for an Executive Coordinator who will perform a variety of complex and confidential administrative and clerical duties to support our Faculty Director, the Director of EDIB Strategies and the Center Leadership Team (CLT). The Executive Coordinator will interact with multiple constituencies on behalf of the Faculty Director and CLT (e.g., sector leaders, funders, partners, faculty, students, and university personnel) and must maintain the highest levels of professionalism and confidentiality. Read the full job description and apply.

Senior Project Manager, Administration and Culture
We’re looking for a Senior Project Manager, Administration and Culture who will serve as the principal liaison between the HR Office at Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Center, and as such, will partner and collaborate with staff at every level of the organization to help develop, implement, and manage a wide array of internal processes, procedures and activities that foster accountability, promote Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (EDIB) engagement, encourage professional development, and create transparent and equitable growth pathways for team members. This position is ideal for someone who self-identifies as a ‘people person,’ who has a strong commitment to EDIB and is interested in using that perspective to promote a thriving and inclusive community. Read the full job description and apply.

All available full-time positions at the Center on the Developing Child are posted on Harvard’s employment website at http://hr.harvard.edu/jobs/. Applicants for employment with Harvard University must apply for the specific job opening through this site. When searching for openings at the Center, select “Harvard Graduate School of Education” as the School/Unit or enter “Center on the Developing Child” in the Keyword field. For more information, please contact Harvard University Employment Services at (617) 495-2772.


Student Employment Opportunities

We offer work for highly motivated students in our offices at 50 Church Street and in the labs of our affiliated faculty across the campus. As opportunities become available, we will share them on this page. Sign up here to receive information on employment opportunities. Visit our Student Opportunities page for more information about other ways students can get involved with the Center.

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