SNF Agora Institute Open Rank Political Economy Faculty Position
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University is conducting an open-rank search for faculty in any discipline (with a particular focus on economics) who focus on questions of political economy, with particular attention to scholars whose work focuses on the economic forces shaping, interacting with (including resulting from), making possible, or challenging the realization of pluralistic democracy in global contexts and the U.S. We are particularly interested in scholars who do work related to climate change.
The Director of Development (DOD), SNF Agora Institute will work in a highly collaborative manner with academic, administrative, and development leaders across the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and within the Johns Hopkins University community to grow philanthropic resources dedicated to the faculty, programming, and operations of the SNF Agora Institute. This individual will be responsible for developing a cohesive fundraising program that leverages internal and external partnerships and drives innovative strategies for donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship to achieve fundraising and programmatic goals. Click here for a full job description or to apply!
SNF Agora is seeking candidates for the position of Senior Administrative Coordinator. The Senior Administrative Coordinator will be responsible for a wide range of administrative duties and have high visibility with university leaders, key donors, and all faculty, fellows, and students who interact with SNF Agora. The Senior Administrative Coordinator will support senior members of the institute’s staff as they work to advance the SNF Agora’s mission. Work assignments will involve considerable judgment, tact, creativity, initiative, an appreciation for tight deadlines, an unwavering commitment to the organization, a positive attitude, and a high level of confidentiality. Click here for a full job description or to apply!
Civic Science Fellowship
The SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University and Research4impact invites applications for a Civic Science Fellow for 18 months, beginning no later than October 19, 2021. The fellow will co-lead and co-design a brand new research initiative to map policy engagement activities based at colleges and universities across the United States. The position is supported by funding from the Rita Allen Foundation. Click here for a full job description or to apply!
AMS–SNF Agora Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics (AMS), and the SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University seek a postdoctoral fellow to work at the interface of data science and democracy. The position is intended for a mathematical scientist at an early stage of their career, and is ideal for someone who wishes to pursue an interdisciplinary academic position or a decision support position in the nonprofit or government sectors. Jointly funded by AMS and SNF Agora, the fellowship begins July 1, 2021, and can be renewed for up to a total of two years. The postdoc will teach three courses in AMS over two years, will work on joint research projects in AMS and SNF Agora, and will have faculty mentors in both AMS and SNF Agora. The position carries an annual salary of $65,000. Click her for a full job description or to apply!
Graduate Student Fellowship
The SNF Agora Institute is seeking graduate student fellows to work with faculty and research teams on the specific projects. These fellowships are designed to deepen the training and scholarship of PhD students at Johns Hopkins University, and broaden the scholarly community at the SNF Agora Institute by supporting students to join us for one year. Please visit our Graduate Student Fellowship page for specific opportunities, as well as skills, interests, and research capacities needed for each position. Click here for more information or to apply!
Johns Hopkins is committed to active recruitment of a diverse faculty and student body. The university is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected group members. Consistent with the university’s goals of achieving excellence in all areas, we will assess the comprehensive qualifications of each applicant.