The Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation is looking for an Assistant Director for Honouring Nations.
Reporting to the Programme Director for the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, the Assistant Director of Honouring Nations is responsible for the day-to-day management of Honouring Contributions in the Governance of American Indian Nations Programme (also known as Honouring Nations), a national award program that identifies, celebrates, and shares outstanding examples of tribal governance in the United States.
Candidates must demonstrate knowledge of American Indian affairs, exceptional communication and organisation skills, and willingness to approach problems with creativity and collegiality.
Ash Center Values
The Ash Center is a global and values-driven community that believes diverse perspectives are paramount to better understanding and addressing real-world problems. In fostering an environment of rigour, curiosity, and integrity, the Ash Center values and respects different opinions, lived experiences, and diverse research and policy areas and approaches.
The Ash Center actively seeks candidates who share its commitment and values. If you are interested in joining the team to advance excellence and innovation in governance and public policy, please apply to the current full-time job opening above.