Full-time Employment Opportunities: Research Communications Analyst

Research Communications Analysts (CA) support large, high-visibility projects, major proposals, reauthorizations of centers and FFRDC contracts. A Communications Analyst may assume a leadership position for communications within a program, unit, or department, working closely with the manager to identify communications priorities, design communications strategies, and manage workload in coordination with other CAs. Additionally, Communications Analysts may redesign existing workshops, develop new workshops, or manage the workshop series. CAs contribute to business development through strategic communications and have developed expertise in communicating with policy audiences within specific communities or areas of research. Communications Analysts are responsible for identifying and selecting project opportunities, maintaining coverage, and fulfilling project commitments.

Educational requirements: Generally a Ph.D. in English, linguistics, communications or other relevant field and professional work experience.

Equal Opportunity Employer: race/color/religion/sex/sexual orientation/gender identity/national origin/disability/vet