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Title: Director, Policy & Research
Reports to: Senior Vice President, Policy & Research
The Director of Policy & Research will support GBCC's public policy function through in-depth and original research and analysis. The Director will use data, research, and other information to develop and inform policy recommendations and arguments. The successful applicant will be a driven team player who is analytical, creative, and intellectually curious.
Salary: Starts at $85,000
To Apply: Both a resume and a cover letter are required. Candidates may be asked to supply a writing sample at the time of an interview.
**It is a company policy that all employees of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce be fully vaccinated. Proof of vaccination will be required prior to hiring.
**This job requires you to be in the office a minimum of three days a week.
If you're looking to join a dynamic, collaborative team that makes a real difference in Greater Boston, look no further than the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. We work hard together with one purpose: to make Greater Boston the best place for businesses and people to thrive. At the Chamber, you'll develop critical professional skills and interact with business and civic leaders who are shaping the future of our region.
Since 1909 the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce has sought to make Boston an epicenter of communication, collaboration, and celebration between businesses. Our mission is to be the convener, voice, and advocate of our diverse and collaborative membership who drive Greater Boston's success. We believe that when business thrives, we all thrive.
We do this by:
The Chamber works every day to make Greater Boston the best place for businesses and people to thrive. To do this, we research and advocate on six policy priorities:
The Chamber provides a wide range of programming to its members (more than 100 each year), including:
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce is an equal opportunity employer committed to a workplace that reflects the diversity of the people of Boston, Massachusetts. We actively seek a diverse staff that is reflective of the community we serve.
It is the policy of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status, parental status, family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service or any other non-merit based factor in accordance with all applicable laws, directives, and regulations of federal, state and city entities.
This is a sedentary job by nature but does require travel. Requires being able to sit at a desk and use a computer and phone for most of the day. When traveling, an employee must be mobile enough to get around events and assist with set up and break down including lifting 25lbs or more. The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.