Jobs at EPI

Senior State Policy Coordinator, Worker Power Project

About the Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN): EARN is a nationwide network of state-based research, policy, and advocacy organizations advancing an inclusive, worker-centered economy through state and local policy change and rigorous research. We are the progressive economic policy and research infrastructure in the states, conducting research, providing data analysis, and developing and advocating policies that confront the fundamental imbalances in the workplace in order to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the wealthy. A core part of the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), EARN is a growing network of 55 research, policy, and advocacy organizations in 43 states around the country and the District of Columbia. The EARN network is coordinated by staff at the Economic Policy Institute and EARN partners.

EPI seeks a dynamic and skilled person to join our EARN team as Senior State Policy Coordinator for our Worker Power Project. This individual will advance EARN’s programs and policy campaigns, lead our new Worker Power Initiative, monitor state legislation and track trends in our key policy areas, and provide programmatic support and technical assistance to EARN state partners. The new staffer will help EARN groups and allies identify ways to support worker organizing for a voice on the job and to negotiate with their employer for fair wages, working conditions, and terms of employment. We are seeking someone with 7 to 10 years’ experience working with labor unions or worker centers on collective bargaining or other economic justice campaigns at the state level with a deep understanding of the role structural racism plays in economic outcomes.

What You Will Do

  • Coordinate the Worker Power Project, a new project intended to help build the capacity of EARN groups and their grassroots partners to win state and local policy reforms that support workers’ ability to form unions and collectively bargain.
    • Work closely with labor partners and EARN groups to design and implement this new two-year initiative.
    • Design and administer the grant process for funding projects and campaigns of state and local Worker Power Project partners.
    • Lead the planning for Worker Power Project convenings, webinars, and strategy sessions to facilitate cross-state sharing of best practices and policy, research, and advocacy strategies.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with EARN partners on worker power issues:
    • Coordinate cross-state work groups on key worker power policy and research issues.
    • Develop, coordinate, and facilitate issue webinars for EARN partners.
    • Identify new issue areas for collaboration.
    • Disseminate the policy, research, and advocacy work of EARN partners and EPI.
    • Respond to technical assistance requests, in coordination with EARN/EPI staff.
  • Coordinate with state and national allies on worker power priority issues and campaigns.
  • Monitor relevant state and local policy issues and emerging trends by tracking state and local policy proposals.
    • Analyze state and local legislation.
    • Prepare fact sheets, memoranda, and other policy and research products.
    • Share trends and best practices with EARN partners and allies.
    • Coordinate with communications staff to craft compelling messaging on emerging issues
  • Represent EARN/EPI in outreach activities to EARN partners, labor unions, policymakers, and state and national partner organizations, including grassroots networks.
  • Prepare issue resource packets, written reports, issue briefs, fact sheets, op-eds, blog posts, and other documents accessible to multiple audiences.
  • Assist in planning and staffing EARNCon, EARN’s annual conference for state partners and allies, as well as other network events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Who You Are

Ideally, you have 7–10 years’ experience working in or with a labor union or worker center. We do not expect that every candidate will have this full range of experience, but the following qualities and experience are highly desirable:

  • Experience with and demonstrated commitment to economic justice, worker power and collective bargaining, and racial and gender equity
  • A campaigner’s or organizer’s mindset and a love of learning
  • Experience with state-level policy research and advocacy, and an understanding of state policy and legislative process; ability to read and analyze policy language
  • Deep familiarity with state and local policy approaches designed to support worker organizing and power
  • Strong demonstrated project management skills, the ability to manage several projects at once, and the flexibility to adapt to a changing political landscape
  • Familiarity with a diverse set of economic policy issues
  • Demonstrated coalition-building skills
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, but also able to collaborate and work as part of a team and with diverse partners
  • Excellent organizational skills, with the demonstrated ability to drive projects to completion
  • Ability to represent the organization at meetings and events
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to create materials for a wide range of audiences
  • Experience working in a labor union, advocacy organization, or public agency focused on economic justice, workers’ rights, or labor law and policy
  • Experience using the Microsoft Office 365 Suite. Knowledge of WordPress a bonus.
  • Willingness to handle occasional long hours and travel

 Salary/Benefits:

  • This is currently a 2-year position, with the possibility of extension contingent on available funding. If the position is extended, it may be in another area of our work, depending on organizational need and funding.
  • EPI is a unionized workplace. This position is in the bargaining unit and reports to the EARN Director.
  • The salary for this position ranges from $80,000 to $93,000, dependent on experience, plus benefits.
  • EPI offers an excellent benefits package, including generous paid time off, as well as retirement contributions, medical, vision, dental, short- and long-term disability, and life insurance.

EPI is an equal opportunity, fair chance, affirmative action employer, committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, prior history of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, caregiver status, or other categories protected by law.

To apply: Candidates should send a cover letter highlighting their relevant experience and explaining their interest in working at EPI, resume, and writing sample to earn-jobs@epi.org with “WPP Senior State Policy Coordinator” in the subject line.  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Deadline to apply is Monday, November 30, 2020

Senior State Policy Coordinator, EARN in the Midwest

About the Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN): EARN is a nationwide network of state-based research, policy, and advocacy organizations advancing an inclusive, worker-centered economy through state and local policy change and rigorous research. We are the progressive economic policy and research infrastructure in the states, conducting research, providing data analysis, and developing and advocating policies that confront the fundamental imbalances in the workplace in order to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the wealthy. A core part of the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), EARN is a growing network of 55 research, policy, and advocacy organizations in 43 states around the country and the District of Columbia. The EARN network is coordinated by staff at the Economic Policy Institute and EARN partners.

EPI seeks a dynamic and skilled person to join our EARN team as the Senior State Policy Coordinator for   EARN in the Midwest, a new project intended to help build the capacity of EARN groups and their grassroots partners in the Midwest to win economic, worker, racial, and gender justice reforms in their states and across the region. This individual will  advance EARN’s programs and policy campaigns, lead our EARN in the Midwest program, monitor state legislation and track trends in our key policy areas, and provide programmatic support and technical assistance to EARN state partners. We are seeking someone with deep experience working on economic justice campaigns at the state level with a demonstrated commitment to collective bargaining, worker power, and gender and racial justice and a deep understanding of the role structural racism plays in economic outcomes.

What You Will Do

  • Coordinate EARN in the Midwest.
    • Help design and implement this new 27-month initiative.
    • Design and administer the grant process for funding projects of state and local EARN in the Midwest partners.
    • Lead the planning for EARN in the Midwest convenings, webinars, and strategy sessions to facilitate cross-state sharing of best practices and policy, research, and advocacy strategies.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with EARN partners:
    • Coordinate cross-state work groups on key economic justice issues.
    • Develop, coordinate, and facilitate issue webinars for EARN partners.
    • Identify new issue areas for collaboration.
    • Disseminate the policy, research, and advocacy work of EARN partners and EPI.
    • Respond to technical assistance requests, in coordination with EARN/EPI staff.
  • Coordinate with state and national allies on EARN issue priorities.
  • Monitor relevant state and local policy issues and emerging trends by tracking state and local policy proposals.
    • Analyze state and local legislation.
    • Prepare fact sheets, memoranda, and other policy and research products.
    • Share trends and best practices with EARN partners and allies.
    • Coordinate with communications staff to craft compelling messaging on emerging issues
  • Represent EARN/EPI in outreach activities to EARN partners, policymakers, and state and national partner organizations, including grassroots networks and labor unions.
  • Prepare issue resource packets, written reports, issue briefs, fact sheets, op-eds, blog posts, and other documents accessible to multiple audiences.
  • Assist in planning and staffing EARNCon, EARN’s annual conference for state partners and allies, as well as other network events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Who You Are

Ideally, you have 7–10 years’ experience. We do not expect that every candidate will have this full range of experience, but the following qualities and experience are highly desirable:

  • Experience with and demonstrated commitment to economic justice, worker power and collective bargaining, and racial and gender equity
  • A campaigner’s or organizer’s mindset and a love of learning
  • Experience with state-level policy research and advocacy, and an understanding of state policy and legislative process; ability to read and analyze policy language
  • Strong demonstrated project management skills, the ability to manage several projects at once, and the flexibility to adapt to a changing political landscape
  • Familiarity with a diverse set of economic policy issues
  • Demonstrated coalition-building skills
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, but also able to collaborate and work as part of a team and with diverse partners
  • Excellent organizational skills, with the demonstrated ability to drive projects to completion
  • Ability to represent the organization at meetings and events
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to create materials for a wide range of audiences
  • Experience working in a labor union, advocacy organization, or public agency focused on economic justice, workers’ rights, or labor law and policy
  • Experience using Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of WordPress a bonus
  • Willingness and ability to handle occasional long hours and travel

Salary/Benefits:

  • This is currently a 2-year position, with the possibility of extension contingent on available funding. If the position is extended, it may be in another area of our work, depending on organizational need and funding.
  • EPI is a unionized workplace. This position is in the bargaining unit and reports to the EARN Director.
  • The salary for this position ranges from $80,000 to $93,000, dependent on experience, plus benefits.
  • EPI offers an excellent benefits package, including generous paid time off, as well as retirement contributions, medical, vision, dental, short- and long-term disability, and life insurance.

EPI is an equal opportunity, fair chance, affirmative action employer, committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, prior history of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, caregiver status, or other categories protected by law.

To apply: Candidates should send a cover letter highlighting their relevant experience and explaining their interest in working at EPI, resume, and writing sample to earn-jobs@epi.org with “EIMW Senior State Policy Coordinator” in the subject line.  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Deadline to apply is Monday, November 30, 2020

Senior State Economic Analyst – Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN) at EPI

About the Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN): EARN is a nationwide network of state-based research, policy, and advocacy organizations advancing an inclusive, worker-centered economy through state and local policy change and rigorous research. We are the progressive economic policy and research infrastructure in the states, conducting research, providing data analysis, and developing and advocating policies that confront the fundamental imbalances in the workplace in order to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the wealthy. A core part of the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), EARN is a growing network of 55 research, policy, and advocacy organizations in 43 states around the country and the District of Columbia. The EARN network is coordinated by staff at the Economic Policy Institute and EARN partners.

EPI seeks a dynamic and skilled person to join our EARN team as a Senior State Economic Analyst to advance EARN’s programs and policy campaigns by conducting research; analyzing state, local, and national economic data; and providing research and policy guidance, customized data products, and technical assistance to EARN state and local partners. We are seeking someone ideally with 7 years’ experience writing, researching, and using data to analyze public policy and the economy – particularly around economic, worker, racial, and gender justice issues. Experience working on state or federal fiscal policy is a plus.

This position is based in Washington, DC. Economic Policy Institute staff are currently working remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic. We will resume in-person work at EPI’s offices in Washington when it is safe to do so.

What You Will Do

  • Conduct research and analysis in support of EARN projects and campaigns:
  • Produce reports, fact sheets, op-eds, blog posts, resource packets, and other documents on a wide range of economic issues and policies, but with particular focus on the impact that state and federal fiscal policy have on working people. The State Economic Analyst will also support work analyzing regional economies and the role of regional Federal Reserve Banks. Other areas of focus could include issues such as minimum wages, economic development, unions and worker power, economic impacts of structural racism, and gender-pay inequities.
  • Collect and analyze data to describe the impact of public policies on working families and the economy.
  • Develop and maintain state-level data packages and tools for EARN state groups.
  • Support EARN state partners in their research and policy work:
  • Respond to technical assistance requests from EARN groups and allies, particularly on research, economic policy, and data-related questions.
  • Produce custom statistics and data sets for EARN members to use in their analyses and advocacy.
  • Review and contribute to EARN member reports and products.
  • Assist in developing training opportunities for EARN members, including webinars and conference training sessions.
  • Develop fluency on key EARN issue areas, monitoring relevant research and emerging trends in federal, state, and local policymaking.
  • Engage in public debates, policy advocacy, and public education through conference presentations, briefings, expert testimony, and responding to media inquiries.
  • Write, edit, and contribute to EPI and EARN reports, issue briefs, fact sheets, snapshots, blog posts, and interactive online content.
  • Assist in the management of EARN’s online resources, including the EARN website and listserv.
  • Assist in planning and staffing EARNCon, EARN’s annual conference for state partners and allies, as well as other network events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Who You Are

Ideally, you have at least 7 years’ relevant experience. We do not expect that every candidate will have this full range of experience, but the following qualities and experience are highly desirable:

  • A Master’s degree or equivalent in economics, public policy, sociology, or another quantitative social science.
  • A strong statistics competency and understanding of econometric techniques, such as those that would be gained through a masters or professional degree in economics, public policy, or a related field.
  • Training and experience with analysis of microdata, including the use of statistical software such as Stata or R.
  • Experience with and demonstrated commitment to economic justice and racial and gender equity, such as in a labor union, advocacy organization, or public agency.
  • Experience with policy research and advocacy; ability to read and analyze policy language; familiarity with state-level policy and legislative process is a plus.
  • Familiarity with state or federal fiscal policy, monetary policy, and the Federal Reserve system.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to create materials for a wide range of audiences.
  • Ability to represent the organization at meetings and events, as well as with the media and in testimony before state and local government.
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, but also able to collaborate and work as part of a team and with diverse partners.
  • Excellent organizational skills, with the demonstrated ability to drive projects to completion.
  • Facility with the Microsoft Office Suite, with expertise in Excel. Knowledge of WordPress, Highcharts, and/or GIS a bonus.
  • Willingness to handle occasional long hours and travel.

 Salary and Benefits

  • EPI is a unionized workplace. This position is in the bargaining unit and reports to the EARN Deputy Director.
  • The salary for this position ranges from $85,000 to $100,000, dependent on experience, plus benefits.
  • EPI offers an excellent benefits package, including generous paid time off, as well as retirement contributions, medical, vision, dental, short- and long-term disability, and life insurance.

EPI is an equal opportunity, fair chance, affirmative action employer, committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, prior history of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, caregiver status, or other categories protected by law.

To Apply 

Candidates should send a cover letter highlighting their relevant experience and explaining their interest in working at EPI, resume, and writing sample to earn-jobs@epi.org with “Senior State Economic Analyst” in the subject line.  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Deadline to apply is Monday, November 30, 2020

EARN Learning Community Coordinator

About the Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN): EARN is a nationwide network of state-based research, policy, and advocacy organizations advancing an inclusive, worker-centered economy through state and local policy change and rigorous research. We are the progressive economic policy and research infrastructure in the states, conducting research, providing data analysis, and developing and advocating policies that confront the fundamental imbalances in the workplace in order to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the wealthy. A core part of the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), EARN is a growing network of 55 research, policy, and advocacy organizations in 43 states around the country and the District of Columbia. The EARN network is coordinated by staff at the Economic Policy Institute and EARN partners.

EPI seeks a dynamic and skilled person to join our EARN team as the EARN Learning Community Coordinator. This individual will build and strengthen our current conferences, convenings, and webinars. Together, this work connects EARN groups across the country with grassroots and labor partners and other state, local and national allies, so they can share best research, policy, and advocacy practices for advancing worker, racial, and gender justice policies and campaigns. We are seeking someone with 3 to 5 years’ experience working on economic, racial, or gender justice issues, with strong organizational, logistics, and project management skills, a commitment to collective bargaining, worker power, and gender and racial justice, and a deep understanding of the role structural racism plays in economic outcomes. Both a strong grasp of and proficiency in handling logistics and a deep interest in and knowledge of state-level economic justice policy campaigns are essential for this position.

What You Will Do

Working in close coordination with the rest of the EARN team, you will lead the design and implementation of EARN’s conferences, convenings, webinars, and peer exchanges to share research, policy, and advocacy strategies and best practices in order to advance economic, gender and racial justice policies and campaigns. In this position, you will:

  • Engage EARN groups and partners across the country and explore and implement new methods (including but not limited to technology tools) to make both virtual and in-person learning and strategy development more engaging for the network.
  • Lead the planning and coordination of EARNCon, EARN’s annual national conference, as well as the convenings for EARN’s core initiatives: EARN in the Midwest, EARN in the South, and the Worker Power Project. Create and convene a planning committee of EARN groups and allies from around the country. Working closely with the EARN team, you will develop the themes, agendas, and formats for the events; invite and prepare speakers; prepare resources and background materials; facilitate some sessions and discussions; staff conferences; and lead sessions to debrief and evaluate the success of the events.
  • Help facilitate various internal EARN team meetings and retreats.
  • Work closely with the to ensure key learnings, best practices, and victories are shared with the network and allies.
  • Represent EARN/EPI in outreach activities to EARN partners, allies, and vendors.
  • Build, organize and maintain resource libraries on the EARN website and listserv platform. You will review resource materials and develop tagging and other methodologies to improve search results and facilitate member access to resources.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Who You Are

Ideally, you have 3–5 years’ experience. We do not expect that every candidate will have this full range of experience, but the following qualities and experience are highly desirable:

  • Experience with and demonstrated commitment to economic justice, building power with workers and collective bargaining, and racial and gender equity
  • A campaigner’s or organizer’s mindset and a love of learning
  • Experience with state-level policy campaigns
  • Extremely strong demonstrated project management skills, the ability to manage several projects at once, and the flexibility to adapt to a changing landscape
  • Strong facilitation skills; demonstrated skill at encouraging thoughtful discussion and building community
  • Familiarity with a diverse set of economic, gender, and racial justice policy issues
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, but also able to collaborate and work as part of a team and with diverse partners
  • Excellent organizational skills, with the demonstrated ability to drive projects to completion
  • Ability to represent the organization at meetings and events
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience working in a labor union, advocacy organization focused on economic justice, workers’ rights, or gender and racial justice
  • Experience planning virtual and in-person events or convenings that intentionally incorporate diversity, equity, inclusion, and culture into design
  • Experience using the Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of WordPress a bonus
  • Willingness and ability to handle occasional long hours and travel

Salary/Benefits:

  • EPI is a unionized workplace. This position is in the bargaining unit and reports to the EARN Director.
  • The salary for this position ranges from $65,000 -$75,000, dependent on experience, plus benefits.
  • EPI offers an excellent benefits package, including generous paid time off, as well as retirement contributions, medical, vision, dental, short- and long-term disability, and life insurance.

EPI is an equal opportunity, fair chance, affirmative action employer, committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, prior history of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, caregiver status, or other categories protected by law.

To apply: Candidates should send a cover letter highlighting their relevant experience and explaining their interest in working at EPI, resume, and writing sample to earn-jobs@epi.org with “EARN Learning Community Coordinator” in the subject line.  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Deadline to apply is Monday, November 30, 2020

Executive Assistant – Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN) at EPI

About the Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN): EARN is a nationwide network of state-based research, policy, and advocacy organizations advancing an inclusive, worker-centered economy through state and local policy change and rigorous research. We are the progressive economic policy and research infrastructure in the states, conducting research, providing data analysis, and developing and advocating policies that confront the fundamental imbalances in the workplace in order to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the wealthy. A core part of the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), EARN is a growing network of 55 research, policy, and advocacy organizations in 43 states around the country and the District of Columbia. The EARN network is coordinated by staff at the Economic Policy Institute and EARN partners.

The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) seeks a dynamic and skilled professional to join our Economic Analysis and Research (EARN) team as an executive assistant. The assistant will coordinate and manage the administrative work of the EARN Director and support the EARN team in day-to-day activities. Ability to handle confidential material and information with utmost discretion is required. The ideal candidate will be resourceful and able to prioritize multiple tasks, including schedule, travel and event logistics planning, meeting coordination, and drafting and formatting high quality documents in a professional and organized manner. A keen eye for detail and accuracy is essential. He/she should have at least five years’ experience in a high-level secretarial or administrative role with a solid understanding of computer and software technology and office equipment. While this position is located in Washington, D.C., the EPI staff currently are working remotely for an indefinite period during the pandemic.

What You Will Do

  • Maintain the EARN Director’s schedule and keep the EARN contact database up-to-date.
  • Manage all travel arrangements for the EARN Director and prepare, submit, and track expense reimbursements. Assist with travel arrangements and reimbursements for the rest of the EARN team and others partnering with EARN or speaking at EARN events when needed.
  • Develop office organizational and communications systems and protocols as needed.
  • Handle confidential material and information appropriate to the Director function.
  • Serve as “gateway” to the EARN Director:
    • Review, prioritize and handle incoming correspondence, phone calls and other details and route where appropriate to facilitate action.
    • Schedule meetings and appointments.
    • Prepare, research, and assemble appropriate background materials for the team’s speaking engagements and meetings.
    • Plan and coordinate internal and external meetings.
  • In coordination with other EARN staff, help plan and coordinate the logistics for EARN conferences, special events and office functions. Liaise with external vendors and caterers to facilitate EARN’s events.
  • Support administration of sub-grants to EARN members and local partners
  • Coordinate EARN team and other internal staff meetings.
  • Assist with resolving technology-related issues for the EARN team.
  • Assist other staff as requested and appropriate to schedule meetings.
  • Maintain online accounts and subscriptions, such as Zoom, Mailchimp, and EARN’s listserv system;
  • Other duties as assigned.

What You Bring

  • A bachelor’s degree is preferred but may be replaced by additional relevant work experience.
  • At least five years of high-level administrative support experience in a professional office setting.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, including ability to proofread, edit, and revise.
  • Superior organizational skills with excellent attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Facility with the Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel/spreadsheets, and online teleconferencing programs, such as Zoom.
  • Experience coordinating logistics for virtual and in-person events is a plus.
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of EPI staff; EARN groups and other local, state, and national partners; state and local government officials; the press; universities; unions; foundations; etc.
  • Independent judgment, problem-solving skills, and ability to meet deadlines.
  • Flexible schedule and some overtime required to meet the needs of the EARN team.
  • Self-starting and positive approach to tasks with a willingness to learn, innovate, and grow with EPI.
  • Commitment to EPI’s mission. Knowledge of and interest in social, political, and economic issues.

Salary/Benefits:

  • This is currently a 2-year position, with the possibility of extension contingent on available funding. If the position is extended, it may be in another area of our work, depending on organizational need and funding.
  • EPI is a unionized workplace. This position is in the bargaining unit and reports to the EARN Director.
  • The salary for this position ranges from $60,000 to $68,000 and is dependent on experience.
  • EPI offers an excellent benefits package, including generous paid time off, as well as retirement contributions, medical, vision, dental, short- and long-term disability, and life insurance.

EPI is an equal opportunity, fair chance, affirmative action employer, committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, prior history of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, caregiver status, or other categories protected by law.

To apply: Candidates should send a resume and cover letter highlighting their relevant experience and explaining their interest in working at EPI to admin-jobs@epi.org with “Executive Assistant- EARN” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Deadline to apply is Monday, November 30, 2020