The Senior Accountant – Fiscal Operations and Budget works closely with the Director of Finance and the Finance team to ensure compliance with GAAP, FASB, and ISA 800/805.
Explore a career at the Guttmacher Institute
Join our team to help advance sexual and reproductive health and rights globally. At Guttmacher, you’ll work with some of the field’s most talented researchers, policy analysts and thought leaders to make positive change on issues related to reproductive autonomy and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Recently, Guttmacher made several institute-wide changes, including centering equity and justice as organizational principles; diversifying our leadership; committing to an inclusive workplace; and pledging to build a culture of learning, knowledge-sharing, innovation and accountability. To continue this period of growth and transition, we’re offering a wide range of job opportunities at our New York City headquarters and our office in Washington, DC. We’re looking for mission-focused, data-driven candidates who, most importantly, seek deeper meaning from their work.
The Guttmacher Institute proudly offers a variety of excellent benefits that include medical, dental, vision and life insurance; generous vacation, personal and sick time; paid parental leave; tuition reimbursement; a commuting subsidy; and a 401(k) retirement savings plan with an employer match. We strive to provide the training and support our staff members need to be successful in their positions and to foster employees’ professional development.
COVID-19 vaccination requirement
The health and safety of our team is our highest priority. As such, we require all staff members to be fully vaccinated with an FDA-authorized or -approved COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment. We will consider requests for reasonable accommodations for medical, religious or other reasons in accordance with applicable law.
- New York City
- New York City / Hybrid in-person/remote
The Global Communications Assistant is an integral part of the Guttmacher Institute Global Communications team, working collaboratively with staff across the Institute’s Communications and Publication division as well as the Global Research and Policy teams to help implement strategies to inform and shape public debate on Global sexual and reproductive health and rights issues. This position works closely with mid and senior level staff of the global communications team by assisting in the creation and dissemination of communications materials across various communications channels (including the Guttmacher website, email list and social media accounts), monitoring and documenting the impact of these efforts, and providing other project support (such as media list building and other research support).
- New York City or Washington DC / Hybrid in-person/remote
The Senior US Communications Manager develops and implements communications strategies to maximize the impact of Guttmacher’s U.S.-focused policy analysis and research activities. This position plays a key role in our U.S. media relations and rapid response efforts, proactively developing relationships with reporters and editors; pitching story ideas; ensuring effective fielding of media inquiries; coordinating, prepping and staffing of expert interviews; and helping to supervise the production of curated daily media clips. The Senior US Communications Manager proactively positions the Institute’s policy experts and narratives; opportunistically initiates, facilitates and executes cross-divisional rapid response efforts in close coordination with the rest of the team; and has a leading role in identifying and countering disinformation and inaccurate opposition narratives. In collaboration with the Policy and Research teams, this position conceptualizes and drafts press releases and other materials for media outreach, serves as spokesperson as appropriate, and works with authors and the Institute’s editors to shape messages for a range of other written products.
- New York City
Reporting to the Director of Institutional Giving, the Senior Development Associate plays a key role in mobilizing financial resources to support Guttmacher’s strategic objectives. This individual’s primary focus is raising funds to support the Institute’s global activities and its projects in low- and middle-income countries. The Senior Development Associate will write and edit grant proposals and reports; conduct research to identify prospective donors; liaise with representatives of private foundations, government agencies, and multilateral organizations; and play a key role in implementing Guttmacher’s institutional fundraising strategy.
- Washington, D.C.
The Content Officer for Policy Analysis works collaboratively with other policy division staff and with cross-divisional teams to provide content for the Institute’s policy blog and other policy resources. One main goal of this role is to target policymakers, stakeholder groups and thought leaders with policy analysis grounded in evidence and informed by insights from partners. The position coordinates the content creation team of public policy experts, who analyze sexual and reproductive health policymaking in Washington, state capitals and the globe to supply readers with information critical to understanding the policy landscape and to anticipating and effecting changes. This relies upon strong collaboration skills to create cohesive, strategic and consistent content in line with the Institute’s short- and long-term goals. The division is currently rebuilding and reshaping its approach, and this position will have the opportunity to work with others in advancing the division’s vision for strategic impact, collaboration and equity as it applies to policy analysis and other policy-related materials.
- Washington, D.C.
The Director of Public Policy is a senior position responsible for managing all aspects of the Institute’s work to advance a federal and global policy agenda for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Reporting to the Vice President for Public Policy, the Director works with a broad range of stakeholders to bring the Institute’s data, analysis, and strategic expertise to bear on federal and global policy discussions. Working closely with the Vice President and the other Director in the division, this position will have a key role to play in rebuilding the division and leading and shaping a culture aligned with the division’s vision for strategic impact, collaboration, and equity. The Director must be committed to supporting an equitable and inclusive work environment and managing relations with a diverse staff, including staff under their own supervision.