The US Communications Assistant works collaboratively with other members of the US Communications team and staff across all levels and divisions to help inform and shape public debate on sexual and reproductive health and rights issues in the United States. This position works closely with the rest of the Communications and Publications division, as well as the domestic research and policy teams, by assisting in the creation and dissemination of communications materials across various channels (including the Guttmacher website, email list and social media accounts), monitoring and documenting the impact of these efforts (including compiling daily media clips), and providing other project support (such as media list building and other research support). This position reports to the Director for US Communications.
The Audio-Visual Specialist is essentially the communication, broadcasting and production point person whose focus on the effective, high-quality operation of the audio-visual systems and technology. He/she should have the ability to handle all technological needs for integrated conference room systems as well as supporting meetings, events and conferences. Reporting to the Director of Board Affairs/ Meetings and Events; the A/V specialist will be in charge of maintaining, troubleshooting, improving systems and suggesting systems that are right for the Institute. He/she will work as part of a team to prepare for internal and external meetings and events and manage related projects as assigned. The ideal candidate is able to thrive in a fast-paced environment where prioritizing and multi-tasking are the norm. Initiative, exceptional attention to detail and organizational skills are key.
The Payroll and Benefits Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of payroll processing, managing employees’ benefits and inquiries in accordance with Guttmacher’s policies as well as any state, local and Federal laws.
The Contracts and Compliance Specialist will design and administer the Institute’s contract review and approval process and will serve as the subject matter expert for compliance-related business practices for the Institute. Responsible for working with professionals in the Divisions and coordinate the various threads of contract and compliance activities. The Contracts and Compliance Specialist will stay abreast of changes in the regulatory regimes that govern contracts with agencies of the U.S. government, foreign governments that fund the Institute, U.S. based foundations and donors, and multilateral organizations, to develop policies and processes to ensure that the Institute is in compliance at all times. This position will oversee compliance audits and ensure that compliance policies and procedures include best practices and risk mitigation.