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PAID SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY WITH BLOOMBERG PHILANTHROPIES – MENTORSHIP

The Bloomberg Arts Mentors program is a paid summer internship (June-August) for post-grad and undergraduate college students with a strong interest in the arts and culture of New York City. This is an excellent opportunity for students who would like to gain experience in arts and educational program management and guidance for teens as they prepare to transition to college.

The program is sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies and the New York City cohort is administered by the Studio Institute, a nonprofit organization that is committed to apprenticeship-based learning, professional development for teachers, visual arts curricula, and sharing arts education research with communities nationwide. Studio Institute partners with a broad range of arts and cultural institutions to provide meaningful career training and expose interns to the multiple professional pathways in the arts. (See page two for a sample of our partnering organizations.)

Mentors support virtual classes (and some in-person support if conditions allow) and oversight to rising senior high school students who will be 1) interning at arts organizations around the city and 2) participating in college support and professional development workshops and 3) attending (virtual and in-person, when possible) arts and cultural field trips across the five boroughs.

Apply now to be a 2021 Bloomberg Arts Mentor:

Undergrad Application

Postgrad Application

Application deadline: April 4, 2021

Qualifications: There are four positions available (two post-grads and two undergrads). Candidates should have a demonstrated deep interest in the arts and have exceptional organizational skills. Candidates must also have strong writing and editing skills and experience working on virtual platforms, such as Zoom and Google Meets. Applicants should indicate, in their cover letter or resume, any design, photography, or film experience that they have, and must be legally allowed to work in the US.

Program Details: Throughout the intern orientation sessions and the eight-week program, Mentors will model professional behavior and assist in administrative responsibilities, including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Serve as a mentor to high school students working at cultural institutions throughout New York City in the Bloomberg Arts Internship Program
  • Support and mentor high school interns through assisting in the preparation of college applications, college resumes and navigating the Common App
  • Communicate with and provide timely feedback to interns regarding work assignments, schedules, and responsibilities
  • Collect and process weekly timesheets for high school interns
  • Assist with developing prompts for weekly blog postings; manage and track the collection of weekly assignments from interns; and post appropriate photos and student writings to the intern blog
  • Help to oversee and assist with intern multi-media projects; Mentors support Artist Instructors and students in this effort
  • Manage photo-documentation of the Bloomberg Arts Internship Program at weekly virtual class sessions, breakout groups, and work sites
  • Assist in compiling a report at end of the program with highlight photos from each worksite and class sessions
  • Assist with the final collection of all intern work, reports, and other program documentation

 

Program Eligibility: Undergrad candidates must be current rising juniors or seniors in a college or university within the five boroughs of New York City, or must be permanent residents of the City. Undergrad applicants must be enrolled full–time during the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic years. Postgrad candidates must be current seniors (expected graduation date of spring term 2021) or have graduated in 2020 or 2019 from a college or university within the five boroughs of New York City and must be a current permanent resident of the City.

Financial Aid Requirement: Applicants must demonstrate financial need by submitting a copy of their FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR) and provide the EFC (Estimated Family Contribution) document.

Cultural organizations that have participated in the program in the past include: Art 21, BAAD!, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, Bartow Pell Mansion Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Children’s Museum of Arts, Dance Theatre of Harlem, El Barrio’s Art space PS 109,Dixon Place, Museum of the City of New York, New York Hall Of Science, New York Live Arts, New York Theatre Workshop, Nuyorican Poets Café, Park Avenue Armory, Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden, Socrates Sculpture Park, Transit Museum, and Studio Museum in Harlem.

For more information about the Bloomberg Arts Mentors program email Jen Comer jcomer@studioinstitute.org

 

LIFESCI NYC JOB OPPORTUNITIES AND INTERNSHIPS

Seasonal, full or part-time jobs and internships at companies within the LifeSci NYC network. All positions are paid. 

If you are interested in applying, please apply HERE. Note that if you are only interested in applying for one or more of the full-time, part-time, and academic year internships in this listing, you must select “non-summer opportunities” in your application. If you wish to apply for our summer internship program as well, you should select “non-summer and summer 2021” in your application, and will eventually need to complete our comprehensive summer application. Further instructions are included in the application.

To be among the first to be notified when new opportunities are posted, please join our LifeSci NYC Internship Program Meetup.

Please note: Summer internships will be accessible only via our online application at http://bit.ly/lifescistudents.

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must fulfill at least one of the following:

  • Attend a university located in New York City, OR
  • Be a resident of New York City attending a university anywhere

Applicants who have graduated from a university (according to the above requirements) within recent years will also be considered.

Graduate students who moved out of New York City specifically to attend graduate school in another location will also be considered.

Note that international applicants who meet the above requirements must have the ability to work in the United States without sponsorship.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES:

AptivIO    4

B2B Sales Development Representative (Full-Time Internship)    4

Customer Success Engineer (Full-Time Internship)    5

UI Developer (Full-Time Internship)    6

Collage Partners    8

Analyst – Full-Time    8

CortecNet Corp    10

Sales Assistant    11

Fesarius Therapeutics    13

Lab Technician    13

Force Therapeutics    15

Sales Operations Intern (Full-Time)    15

Genspace    17

Lab Manager    17

Havas Health + You    21

Finance Fellow    21

Iterate Labs    24

Marketing Intern    24

Kodikaz Therapeutic Solutions, Inc.    26

Winter Molecular Biology Technician (full-time)    26

Winter Scientific Analyst (part-time or full-time)    27

Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research    30

Program Officer – Research Operations    31

Associate Director, Research Partnerships    33

Mirimus    36

Molecular Virology Technician    36

Lab Assistant (Intake Department)    37

Lab Assistant (Intake Department) – Intern    38

Project Manager    40

New York City Economic Development Corporation    42

Senior Project Manager, Life Sciences and Healthcare – Initiatives    42

PRECISIONadvisors    46

Sr. Analyst – Pharmaceutical Market Access Consulting    46

PRECISIONxtract    49

Project Manager – Pharma Consulting    49

Redesign Science    53

Scientific Software Engineer    53

Rendr Care Physicians    55

Clinical Assistant, Rendr 360 (Bilingual English/Chinese)    55

Clinical Associate, Rendr 360 (Bilingual English/Chinese) – Full-Time    57

Clinical Quality Associate (Full-Time)    58

Medical Assistant – Bilingual Chinese / English – Full-Time    60

Medical Office Receptionist (Bilingual English/Chinese) – Full-Time    61

Medical Scribe (Bilingual English/Chinese) – Full-Time    62

Medical Biller – Bilingual English & Chinese (Full-Time)    63

SiteRx    66

Business Strategy (MBA) Internship    66

Clinical Excellence Internship    67

Data Science Internship    68

Stern IR    70

Analyst    70

VantAI    73

Computational Biology and Machine Learning Intern (Fall, Winter or Spring)    73

Data Engineer Intern (or Data-Passionate Software Engineer)    75

Volastra Therapeutics, Inc.    77

Bioinformatics Intern    77

SUNY POTSDAM/CLARKSON UNIVERSITY PAID SUMMER OPPORTUNITY FOR A REU IN MATHEMATICS

About the Program

After a hiatus, pending support, we plan to reboot the REU program for Summer 2021 either in-person (if deemed safe) or virtually. Students will likely work in groups of 2 (or more, pending local funding) with a faculty adviser from SUNY Potsdam or Clarkson University. The program will tentatively run for eight weeks (June and July). Participants will receive a stipend of $4,400. If the program is in-person, participants will receive free housing in an on campus apartment or dorm room with access to cooking facilities, as well as $375 in funds to support travel expenses to/from Potsdam

Application Information

Interested applicants should submit their application materials, including:

  • Contact information (email, phone, mailing address)
  • Expected date of graduation
  • Preference of topic
  • 300-500 word statement of interest
  • 2 letters of recommendation (that address your interest and positive experiences in mathematics, work ethic, and ability to work in a group)
  • Unofficial transcript

Please send application materials via email to Joel Foisy at foisyjs@potsdam.edu. Letters of reference should be sent directly from your recommenders. The deadline for submitting all application materials is March 29, 11:59 p.m. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents, and plan to be enrolled in an undergraduate program in the Fall 2021 semester.

Topics to Be Explored

  • Links in embedded graphs (Joel Foisy, SUNY Potsdam)
    A spatial embedding of a graph is a way to place a graph in space, so that vertices are points and edges are arcs that meet only at vertices. Mathematicians have studied graphs that are intrinsically linked: that is, in every spatial embedding, there exists a pair of disjoint cycles that form a non-splitable link. Sachs and Conway and Gordon showed that the complete graph on 6 vertices is intrinsically linked. More recently, people have studied graphs that have non-split links with more than 2 components, as well as knotted cycles, in every spatial embedding. Building off a previous REU group’s work, we’ll first examine certain graphs that can be embedded in the plane that can help us better understand graphs that have a non-split 3 component link in every spatial embedding. We will use tools from graph and knot theory. Experience in these areas is not required. (minimum requirement: good experience in at least one proof intensive math class)
  • Numerical solutions to high-dimensional stochastic differential equations (Guangming Yao, Clarkson University)
    Mathematical models described by partial differential equations (PDEs) have been a necessary tool to model nearly all physical phenomena in science and engineering. Due to the growth of the complexity in emerging technologies, the increase in the complexity of the PDEs for realistic problems become inevitable. Some of the complexities are, for example, complicated domains, high-dimensional spatial domains, multiscale, large-scale problems, etc. This project will develop a new algorithm for solving partial differential equations (PDEs) in high dimensions by solving associated backward stochastic differential equations (BSDEs) using neural networks [*], as is done in deep machine learning. Another option is to employ radial basis functions [*] to reduce the dimensions in the numerical simulation. The project can be future enhanced by adding complicated computational domains, large scale problems with or without multiscale feature. If a particular student became interested in parallel computing, there could be a productive a collaboration between this REU site and the NSF REU Site: High Performance Computing with Engineering Applications, led by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY.

    The process of dealing with realistic PDE models with various behaviors of the solutions will help students to understand the key concepts in computational science, including accuracy, efficiency, convergence and stability. Numerical simulation requires programming in MATLAB or Python to test efficiency and accuracy of the proposed algorithms by solving various applied problems such as the Allen-Cahn equation[*], and nonlinear pricing models for financial mathematics[*], the Black-Scholes equations [*], the Boltzmann transport equations [*] for modeling phonon distribution functions in high dimensional space (higher than 6 dimensions), and/or more advanced PDE models for COVID-19[*]. Fundamental concepts in computational mathematics and numerical analysis can be introduced at beginning, followed by particular focuses of students’ choices of PDE models.(A course in differential equations required. Familiarity with MATLAB or similar software recommended, though students with a willingness to learn some coding are encouraged to apply)

(*reference available on request)

Helpful Links

Contact Information

Dr. Joel Foisy, Department of Mathematics
SUNY Potsdam
44 Pierrepont Avenue
Potsdam, New York, U.S.A. 13676
Phone: (315) 267 – 2084
Email: foisyjs@potsdam.edu

KARP STRATEGIES OPPORTUNITY FOR A PART-TIME CONTRACT RESEARCH FREELANCER

Karp Strategies – Job Posting for Part Time Contract Research Freelancer– Winter/Spring 2021

 

Karp Strategies is an urban planning strategy consulting firm that builds stronger communities and thriving cities. We partner with our cross-sector clients to identify their unique needs and provide tailored solutions. We take analysis to action to allow our clients to make better decisions – and ultimately, to build stronger communities, economies, and cities. We deeply value our holistic analytic methods, and maintain strong core values around equity, access, and community engagement when working on planning and development projects. We work on projects around the country, with projects currently underway or starting across the NYC region, and New England. Our team works at the sweet spot where data, people, and place intersect: we strive to understand what drives change in places, and how people, businesses, and institutions exist and can thrive within that change. We value and celebrate diversity and inclusion in our team, and we share a commitment to social, racial, and economic justice.

 

Karp Strategies celebrated five years in June 2020, and we’ve grown tremendously since inception from a one person to a team of 15. Due to COVID-19, we are working remotely with the hopes of returning to our offices in Manhattan’s Financial District by the end of2021. This position is anticipated to be remote.

 

With current projects ranging from economic and community development planning initiatives to stakeholder analysis and engagement, from infrastructure feasibility and resiliency studies to real estate advisory, Karp Strategies is working with many of the industry’s most dynamic partner firms and clients on pressing, timely challenges facing the country, region, and our city. Karp Strategies is active in the field: our team members are involved with APA-NY’s Urban Design and Diversity Committees, WRISE, ABNY, IEDC,NYBC, CoreNet, OHNY, RPA, Coro, ULI….let’s just say we are plugged into the action and keep our finger on the pulse.

As our company kicks off additional projects, we seek to meet thinkers and doers interested in joining us who care as much about urban change and neighborhoods as we do. Karp Strategies is actively interviewing for a part-time ​Contract Freelance Researcher with demonstrated experience in research, writing, and policy in community economic development and workforce development. Interest and background in community partnerships, renewable energy and offshore wind, and program development is advantageous.

This position is contingent on Karp Strategies being awarded a new project, which we anticipate in the coming weeks. Freelancers work directly with the Karp Strategies team for collaboration and project support.

Necessary Skills for Success ​(Project Dependent):

•Research, analyze, and support community economic development and workforce development initiatives​, including policy, economic development, community development, workforce development. Perform policy and program analysis. Synthesize and write up findings in clear, concise, external-facing memos. Utilize deep research skills to support this work.

•Strong writing ​experience is a must given the range of projects and client types​.

•A deep curiosity about planning issues and an interest in incorporating an equity lens to our work is required.

Application Details

If this piques your interest, we’d love to hear from you. Interviews will be conducted immediately ​on a rolling basis. Karp Strategies will contact you if you are being considered for a position. As PDF attachments, please send a professional resume, letter of interest, work samples (writing AND policy work), and three references (name, email, phone number)to​ jobs@karpstrategies.com​. Only complete application packages will be considered. If you possess language skills beyond English, please share a demonstration of your capabilities.

We encourage all who are interested to apply.

This job advertisement is for a 1099 freelance contractor. Karp Strategies provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment regardless of their age, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, alienage, citizenship, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, partnership status, military status, predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence status, sex offense of stalking victim status, or any other characteristics protected by federal, state or local laws.

KARP STRATEGIES HAS AN OPENING FOR A PAID GRADUATE STUDENT INTERN – GRADUATE ANALYST

Karp Strategies – Job Posting for Graduate Analyst (Graduate Student Intern – PAID) – Stakeholder Engagement – Spring 2021 (Immediate Hire)

 

Karp Strategies is an urban planning strategy consulting firm that builds stronger communities and thriving cities. We partner with our cross-sector clients to identify their unique needs and provide tailored solutions. We take analysis to action to allow our clients to make better decisions – and ultimately, to build stronger communities, economies, and cities. We deeply value our holistic analytic methods, and maintain strong core values around equity, access, and community engagement when working on planning and development projects. We work on projects around the country, with projects currently underway or starting across the NYC region, and New England. Our team works at the sweet spot where data, people, and place intersect: we strive to understand what drives change in places, and how people, businesses, and institutions exist and can thrive within that change. We value and celebrate diversity and inclusion in our team, and we share a commitment to social, racial, and economic justice.

 

Karp Strategies celebrated five years in June 2020, and we’ve grown tremendously since inception from a one person to a team of 15. Due to COVID-19, we are working remotely with the hopes of returning to our offices in Manhattan’s Financial District by the end of2021. This position is anticipated to be remote in the NYC area, with access to tools to ensure great remote work, and could change to in-office in 2021 if safety and health circumstances change. There may be a need for in-person visits or on-the-ground outreach/engagement to facilitate project work in NYC, which will follow safety and social distancing protocols.

 

With current projects ranging from economic and community development planning initiatives to stakeholder analysis and engagement, from infrastructure feasibility and resiliency studies to real estate advisory, Karp Strategies is working with many of the industry’s most dynamic partner firms and clients on pressing, timely challenges facing the country, region, and our city. Karp Strategies is active in the field: our team members are involved with APA-NY’s Urban Design and Diversity Committees, WRISE, ABNY, IEDC, NYBC, CoreNet, OHNY, RPA, Coro, ULI….let’s just say we are plugged into the action and keep our finger on the pulse.

As our company kicks off additional projects, we seek to meet thinkers and doers interested in joining us who care as much about urban change and neighborhoods as we do. Karp Strategies is actively interviewing for a PT Graduate Analyst (Graduate Student Intern) with a passion and talent for community/stakeholder engagement and outreach, and strong graphic design skills. ​Graduate Analysts support projects through research and writing, data analysis and visualization, engagement/facilitation support, and through supporting business development and marketing initiatives.

Necessary Skills for Success ​(Project Dependent)

Analysts are responsible for the following types of tasks and assignments:

●Support stakeholder outreach and engagement initiatives​, including conduct research, collaborate for outreach and engagement strategies, and execution. Work with team members to execute outreach and engagement projects. Work with stakeholders, ranging from community groups to businesses to elected officials to agencies and more.

●Design infographics, data visualizations, and graphic representations ​of policy, process, and analytical findings to support client projects, business development efforts, and other initiatives with Adobe Suite programs.

●Support qualitative analysis, stakeholder engagement, and research​, including focus groups, interviews, briefings, desktop research, and meetings, to triangulate data or as a stand alone project. Design training guides for facilitators. Manage related logistics and support, including preparation of engagement and analysis materials.

●Project manage the heck out of whatever you are working on​, utilizing schedules, project plans, shared file systems, and communication apps. Graduate Analysts often play an assistant project manager role on larger projects.

●Work in a start-up environment ​with a close-knit team and our project partners on misc. tasks, big or small, as they arise.

●Support business development efforts​, including proposal research/writing, research on partner firms, site visits, as needed.

●Strong writing and/or design ​experience is a must given the range of projects and client types.

●Experience working with traditionally underserved populations ​is preferred.

●Multilingual written and oral skills ​are highly regarded as part of our work with diverse communities across the country. For this position, fluency in Spanish would be highly regarded.

●A deep curiosity ​about planning issues and an interest in incorporating an equity lens to our work is strongly encouraged.

What We Seek

To excel in this position, interested candidates should demonstrate 1-3 years of work experience in the above areas and/or equivalent training in school, with an emphasis on stakeholder outreach and engagement, graphic design, research, and writing, and background either with government, non-profit, community planning organizations, private sector, consulting, or a related field. Fluency in Adobe Suite, namely, InDesign is required and Illustrator is preferred. Fluency in Spanish is highly regarded. ​Enrollment in graduate school is required​. Successful candidates in this role are likely individuals who love fast paced work with people who love what they do, and who love working together – we are some of the most engaged, passionate people around. ​We expect you to remotely work with us 20-25hours/week during the school semester, and continuing through the summer.

Likely Content Areas ​(Project Dependent):

●Transformative public spaces and open space design

●Offshore wind

●Economic and community revitalization

●Real estate analysis and advisory

●Zoning analysis

●Affordable housing

●Port/waterfront industry

●Catalytic transportation redevelopment

●Workforce development

●Small businesses/industrial/manufacturing districts and access

●Stakeholder engagement

●Areas you are interested in!

Application Details

If these piques your interest, we’d love to hear from you. Interviews will be conducted immediately on a rolling basis. Karp Strategies will contact you if you are being considered for a position. As ​PDF ​ ​attachments​, please send a professional resume, letter of interest, and work samples (writing AND graphic design) to ​j​obs@karpstrategies.com. ​Only complete application packages will be considered. If you possess language skills beyond English, please share a demonstration of your capabilities. While doing all these tasks/project types previously is not a hiring requirement, having some experience is advantageous and expected. Fluency in the Adobe Suite, particularly InDesign and Illustrator, and an interest in stakeholder engagement is required.

We encourage all who are interested to apply.

This job description is for an at-will position which is non-exempt under the FLSA. Karp Strategies provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment regardless of their age, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, alienage, citizenship, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, partnership status, military status, predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence status, sex offense of stalking victim status, or any other characteristics protected by federal, state or local laws.

KARP STRATEGIES JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR A GRADUATE ANALYST

Karp Strategies – Job for Graduate Analyst (PAID Graduate Student Intern) – Market Analysis – Spring/Summer 2021 (Immediate Hire)

 

Karp Strategies is an urban planning strategy consulting firm that builds stronger communities and thriving cities. We partner with our cross-sector clients to identify their unique needs and provide tailored solutions. We take analysis to action to allow our clients to make better decisions – and ultimately, to build stronger communities, economies, and cities. We deeply value our holistic analytic methods, and maintain strong core values around equity, access, and community engagement when working on planning and development projects. We work on projects around the country, with projects currently underway or starting across the NYC region, and New England. Our team works at the sweet spot where data, people, and place intersect: we strive to understand what drives change in places, and how people, businesses, and institutions exist and can thrive within that change. We value and celebrate diversity and inclusion in our team, and we share a commitment to social, racial, and economic justice.

 

Karp Strategies celebrated five years in June 2020, and we’ve grown tremendously since inception from a one person to a team of 15. Due to COVID-19, we are working remotely with the hopes of returning to our offices in Manhattan’s Financial District by the end of2021. This position is anticipated to be remote in the NYC or Boston area, with access to tools to ensure great remote work. There may be a need for in-person visits or on-the-ground outreach/engagement to facilitate project work, which will be optional and follow safety and social distancing protocols.

 

With current projects ranging from economic and community development planning initiatives to stakeholder analysis and engagement, from infrastructure feasibility and resiliency studies to real estate advisory, Karp Strategies is working with many of the industry’s most dynamic partner firms and clients on pressing, timely challenges facing the country, region, and our city. Karp Strategies is active in the field: our team members are involved with APA-NY’s Urban Design and Diversity Committees, WRISE, ABNY, IEDC, NYBC, CoreNet, OHNY, RPA, Coro, ULI….let’s just say we are plugged into the action and keep our finger on the pulse.

As our company kicks off additional projects, we seek to meet thinkers and doers interested in joining us who care as much about urban change and neighborhoods as we do. Karp Strategies is actively interviewing for a PT Graduate Analyst (Graduate Student Intern) with strong economic development and market analysis, quantitative and qualitative research skills, graphic design skills, with an interest in stakeholder engagement. ​Graduate Analysts support projects through research and writing, data analysis and visualization, engagement/facilitation support, and through supporting business development and marketing initiatives. We anticipate this role will support several of our community economic development projects.

Necessary Skills for Success ​(Project Dependent)

Analysts are responsible for the following types of tasks and assignments, with the following skills being required or useful:

●A deep curiosity ​about planning issues and an interest in incorporating an equity lens to our work is strongly encouraged.

●Support or lead quantitative data analysis ​of all kinds: economic development, demographic, real estate, market. Determine what kind of changes are going on in neighborhoods and communities and what those changes mean.

●Design infographics, data visualizations, and graphic representations ​of policy, process, and analytical findings to support client projects, business development efforts, and other initiatives with Adobe Suite programs.

●Support qualitative analysis, stakeholder engagement, and research​, including focus groups, interviews, briefings, desktop research, and meetings, to triangulate data or as a stand alone project. Design training guides for facilitators. Manage related logistics and support, including preparation of engagement and analysis materials.

●Project manage the heck out of whatever you are working on​, utilizing schedules, project plans, shared file systems, and communication apps. Graduate Analysts often play an assistant project manager role on larger projects.

●Work in a maturing start-up environment ​with a close-knit team and our project partners on tasks, big or small, as they arise.

●Support business development efforts​, including proposal research/writing, research on partner firms, site visits, as needed.

●Strong writing ​experience is a must given the range of projects and client types.

●Strong design ​experience is a plus given data visualization components.

●Experience working with traditionally underserved populations ​is preferred.

●Multilingual written and oral skills ​are highly regarded as part of our work with diverse communities across the country.

What We Seek

To excel in this position, interested candidates should demonstrate 1-3 years of work experience in the above areas and/or equivalent training in school, with an emphasis on economic development analysis, market analysis, research, and writing, and background either with government, non-profit, community planning organizations, private sector, consulting, or a related field. Fluency in Adobe Suite, namely, InDesign is strongly preferred and Illustrator is preferred. Proficiency or excellence in Excel and other data analytics is required for this role. Enrollment in graduate school is required. Successful candidates in this role are likely individuals who love fast paced work with people who love what they do, and who love working together – we are some of the most engaged, passionate people around. ​We expect you to remotely work with us 20-25 hours/week during the school semester.​ There is a strong possibility that this position will be available to continue through the summer.

Likely Content Areas ​(Project Dependent):

●Rebuilding communities post-COVID

●Transformative public spaces and open space design

●Offshore wind

●Economic and community revitalization

●Real estate analysis and advisory

●Zoning analysis

●Affordable housing

●Port/waterfront industry

●Catalytic transportation redevelopment

●Workforce development

●Small businesses/industrial/manufacturing districts and access

●Stakeholder engagement

●Areas you are interested in!

Application Details

 

If these piques your interest, we’d love to hear from you. Interviews will be conducted immediately on a rolling basis. Karp Strategies will contact you if you are being considered for a position. As ​PDF attachments​, please send a professional resume, letter of interest, and work samples (economic development analysis or market analysis, writing AND graphic design) to ​j​obs@karpstrategies.com. ​Only complete application packages will be considered. If you possess language skills beyond English, please share a demonstration of your capabilities. While doing all these tasks/project types previously is not a hiring requirement, having some experience is advantageous and expected.

 

We encourage all who are interested to apply.

 

This job description is for an at-will position which is non-exempt under the FLSA. Karp Strategies provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment regardless of their age, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, alienage, citizenship, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, partnership status, military status, predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence status, sex offense of stalking victim status, or any other characteristics protected by federal, state or local laws.