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The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, DC, our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding. Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our philanthropic mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven investments to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation.  The Workplace Services (WPS)The Workplace Services (WPS) Department manages Pew’s integrated facilities management portfolio, a state-of-the-art Conference Center, events, and the organization's enterprise-wide organizational continuity management program. The department consists of the following core functions: - Conference and Event Services (CES)  - Integrated Facilities Management (IFM)  - Organizational Continuity Management (OCM)  Position OverviewA key member of the Organizational Continuity Management department, this position is based in Pew's Washington, DC office and reports to the Project Director, Operational Continuity Management who is responsible for the following program elements under OCM. - Business Continuity program design, development, training, implementation, and oversight across all business units (BIA, BCPs, Testing, and Approvals) - Crisis Management program design, development, implementation, training, and maintenance (Situational Awareness, Response and Recovery) - Travel Risk Management program design, development, training, implementation, and oversight - Staff focused Emergency Response and Fire and Life Safety program development, planning, management, training, and implementation across all sites - Internal consultant and subject matter expert on staff-focused security related procedures and requirements
Job ID
2021-6458
Department
Workplace Services
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, D.C., our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding. Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven initiatives to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation. The Government Performance Portfolio within ProgramPew’s government performance work identifies and advances effective approaches to help solve complex challenges at all levels of government in the United States.  The portfolio’s work can be traced back to our founders’ early efforts to improve the lives of Americans by supporting efforts that promoted health, civic engagement, and democratic ideals. Today, we conduct research on emerging topics, develop data-driven reports, and highlight innovative, non-partisan approaches in addressing complex problems at the federal, state, and local levels as well as the interplay that can occur between jurisdictions. Current initiatives focus on health, fiscal and economic policy, and safety and justice, and take into account significant trends such as evolving technologies, and the increasing racial and ethnic diversity in the United States population. Our teams explore and advance effective, evidence-based policies using credible, timely, and accessible research, assessing public support for change, identifying approaches that have proved successful elsewhere, and bringing together diverse perspectives to find common ground. We work in collaboration with organizations that share our commitment to rigorous research, measurable results, and public service, and we focus on developing durable policy change. In addition, our teams use strategic outreach and dissemination to ensure that good information is widely communicated to decision-makers, media, influential stakeholders, and the public. Strengthening Public Sector Retirement SystemsPublic pension sustainability is one of the most significant fiscal challenges facing states and municipalities today. In fact, our research shows that as of 2016, state governments had pension debts totaling more than $1.4 trillion. Although some plans are well-funded, in other places, if changes are not made, retirees, workers, and taxpayers will be left with rising costs and unpaid promises for years to come. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Every state and municipality has a unique set of policy preferences and budgetary challenges. Given the high stakes for governments’ budgets and workers, policy makers need trusted information and guidance to help them consider possible options, understand what is known about each, then make decisions based on the best available information. This project will work with states and cities to examine their challenges and help policy makers consider data-driven policies that result in sustainable retirement systems while maintaining jurisdictions’ ability to recruit and retain skilled workers.  Specifically, the project will: - Provide highly credible, independent, and nonpartisan research, including 50-state reports, to help answer critical questions about which policy actions are most effective at controlling costs, meeting governments’ policy goals, and providing workers with retirement security; - Provide selected states with customized technical assistance informed by tailored research; and - Engage influential stakeholders to build the support necessary to enact reform. Position OverviewThe officer will work in selected jurisdictions where Pew is providing customized technical assistance and the support needed to enact reform and to perform targeted research in areas that are critical to both our research and technical assistance work.  The ideal candidate will have an educational and employment background in public policy or a related field, knowledge of public sector retirement and benefit systems, and work experience undertaking projects involving many partners, complex issues and extensive writing and presentation skills.  The position, based in Pew’s Washington, D.C., office, reports to the senior manager, state policy, strengthening public sector retirement systems. The position has a set time frame that could be extended based on the success of the program, funding sources, and board decisions on continued support. 
Job ID
2021-6459
Department
Program-Government Performance
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, D.C., our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding. Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven initiatives to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation. The Government Performance Portfolio within ProgramPew’s government performance work identifies and advances effective approaches to help solve complex challenges at all levels of government in the United States.  The portfolio’s work can be traced back to our founders’ early efforts to improve the lives of Americans by supporting efforts that promoted health, civic engagement, and democratic ideals. Today, we conduct research on emerging topics, develop data-driven reports, and highlight innovative, non-partisan approaches in addressing complex problems at the federal, state, and local levels as well as the interplay that can occur between jurisdictions. Current initiatives focus on health, fiscal and economic policy, and safety and justice, and take into account significant trends such as evolving technologies, and the increasing racial and ethnic diversity in the United States population. Our teams explore and advance effective, evidence-based policies using credible, timely, and accessible research, assessing public support for change, identifying approaches that have proved successful elsewhere, and bringing together diverse perspectives to find common ground. We work in collaboration with organizations that share our commitment to rigorous research, measurable results, and public service, and we focus on developing durable policy change. In addition, our teams use strategic outreach and dissemination to ensure that good information is widely communicated to decision-makers, media, influential stakeholders, and the public. Strengthening Public Sector Retirement SystemsPublic pension sustainability is one of the most significant fiscal challenges facing states and municipalities today. In fact, our research shows that as of 2016, state governments had pension debts totaling more than $1.4 trillion. Although some plans are well-funded, in other places, if changes are not made, retirees, workers, and taxpayers will be left with rising costs and unpaid promises for years to come.There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Every state and municipality has a unique set of policy preferences and budgetary challenges. Given the high stakes for governments’ budgets and workers, policy makers need trusted information and guidance to help them consider possible options, understand what is known about each, then make decisions based on the best available information. This project will work with states and cities to examine their challenges and help policy makers consider data-driven policies that result in sustainable retirement systems while maintaining jurisdictions’ ability to recruit and retain skilled workers.  Specifically, the project will: - Provide highly credible, independent, and nonpartisan research, including 50-state reports, to help answer critical questions about which policy actions are most effective at controlling costs, meeting governments’ policy goals, and providing workers with retirement security; - Provide selected states with customized technical assistance informed by tailored research; and - Engage influential stakeholders to build the support necessary to enact reform. Position OverviewThe officer produces a high volume of publications, presentations, and other documents for policymakers, the press, and the public. The officer collaborates with project staff to maximize the quality and impact of the materials, primarily through writing and editing. The position, based in Pew’s Washington, D.C., office, reports to the project director, research, strengthening public sector retirement systems. The position has a set time frame that could be extended based on the success of the program, funding sources, and board decisions on continued support. 
Job ID
2021-6460
Department
Program-Government Performance
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, D.C., our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding. Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven initiatives to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation. The Government Performance Portfolio within ProgramPew’s government performance work identifies and advances effective approaches to help solve complex challenges at all levels of government in the United States. The portfolio’s work can be traced back to our founders’ early efforts to improve the lives of Americans by supporting efforts that promoted health, civic engagement, and democratic ideals. Today, we conduct research on emerging topics, develop data-driven reports, and highlight innovative approaches in addressing complex problems at the federal, state, and local levels. Current initiatives focus on health and human services, government management and budget, family economic stability, and safety and justice. Our teams explore and advance effective policy reforms using credible, timely, and accessible research, assessing public support for change, identifying approaches that have proved successful elsewhere, and bringing together diverse perspectives to find common ground. In addition, our teams use strategic outreach and dissemination to ensure that good information is widely communicated to decision-makers, media, influential stakeholders, and the public. Civil Legal System ModernizationThe civil legal system modernization project was launched in 2018 as an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts. The project works to make the civil legal system more open, efficient, and equitable for the millions of people who navigate civil courts without lawyers each year. For more information about this project, visit www.pewtrusts.org/modernlegal. Specifically, the project will: - Elevate the importance of reforming the civil legal system in the eyes of judicial and political leadership. - Work with state courts, legal aid organizations, and bar to increase access to legal information online. - Publish evaluations of online dispute resolution tools and legal assistance portals. - Assist ten states (at the state level or via major cities or counties) to adopt one or more technology, policy, and process improvements designed to make the adjudication of civil cases more open, efficient, and equitable in their court systems, starting with debt claims. - Inform state and national model laws to improve court operations and adjudication of debt collection lawsuits. - Develop, test, and publish measurable modernization principles that establish a common understanding of what technological innovations in the civil legal system should achieve, and serve as cornerstones for the development of performance measures that court systems employ for different case types. - Work with scholars and practitioners to develop and demonstrate a safe and effective approach to sharing civil court data that expedites program monitoring and evaluation of court practices and performance. - Release research on guardianship and housing disputes that analyze the extent to which a lack of openness, efficiency, and equity in civil cases creates barriers for employment, family stability, and housing for many Americans. Research will elevate the profile of the issue, as evidenced by generating media coverage and being used by philanthropic, private sector, and technology partners to pressure courts and other government leaders to act. Position OverviewThe principal associate is responsible for managing multiple state and local engagements aimed at modernizing the civil legal system at the state and local level, and ensuring that these initiatives are well-planned, strategic, collaborative, and effectively implemented. The principal associate will also work collaboratively with colleagues across Pew, including philanthropic partnerships, government relations, legal affairs, and communications. This position, based in Pew’s Washington, D.C., office, reports to the associate manager, civil legal system modernization. The position has a set time frame that could be extended based on the success of the program, funding sources, and board decisions on continued support. 
Job ID
2021-6461
Department
Program-Government Performance
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, DC, our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding. Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our philanthropic mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven investments to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation.  Government RelationsGovernment Relations (GR) seeks to advance Pew’s nonpartisan policy and research goals at all levels of government, in the United States and internationally.  We focus on sharing the organization’s research and fact-based recommendations,  shaping  pragmatic strategies to achieve program objectives, and  building relationships with key government officials  to forge compromise and  consensus on issues that make a difference to the public.  Position OverviewThis position, based in Pew’s Washington, DC office, reports to the Senior Vice President, Government Relations. The Senior Director, Government Relations is responsible for managing a team of professionals who help design and execute strategies to advance the goals of various advocacy and research projects in Pew’s Government Performance portfolio.  Current initiatives to improve government performance focus on health, fiscal and economic policy, and safety and justice. Research addresses complex problems at the federal, state, and local levels of the U.S. government as well as the interplay that can occur between jurisdictions. The Senior Director will coordinate closely with colleagues in the Government Performance Portfolio to provide research, educational material, and policy recommendations to policymakers at the state and federal level. Working with teams across Pew, including in Communications and Legal Affairs, the Senior Director will help achieve important public policy goals to improve the health and finances of American families as well as provide states with targeted research on budget management, corrections policy, public pensions and other issues.
Job ID
2021-6462
Department
Government Relations
Job Locations CL-Santiago
The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, D.C., our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding. Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven initiatives to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation. The Environmental Portfolio at The Pew Charitable TrustsFor more than 25 years, Pew has been a major force in engaging the public and policy makers about the causes, consequences, and solutions to some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Our environment work spans all seven continents with more than 250 professionals working at the local, national, and international levels to reduce the scope and severity of global environmental problems, such as the erosion of large natural ecosystems that contain a great part of the world’s remaining biodiversity, and the destruction of the marine environment. Pew has worked in the United States and Canada since 1990 to protect vast stretches of wilderness and more recently expanded our land conservation efforts to Australia’s Outback and Chilean Patagonia. Safeguarding these places offers an opportunity to conserve wildlife habitat, shorelines and landscapes for current and future generations. Our work relies on the sciences of conservation, biology, and economics to advocate for practical and durable solutions to the loss of biodiversity. In the sea, reforms to how our oceans are managed are essential to address overfishing, pollution, and loss of habitat. Pew began its oceans program in the United States, focusing on ending overfishing and protecting fragile marine habitat. Starting in 2005, Pew’s ocean conservation program expanded around the world and played a significant role in reforming marine fisheries management in the European Union and on the high seas and creating marine reserves around the world. Our work is grounded in the best available science and pursues domestic and international conservation measures that are long-term and provide permanent, durable protections for marine ecosystems. Chilean Patagonia Chile’s Patagonia is one of the last remaining intact wilderness areas of the world, yet today it is both under-recognized and under-protected. Pew and its partners are working to change that by promoting this region’s unique value in the world and developing and implementing policies to secure the long-term protection of this remarkable landscape known for its high degree of intactness, endemism, and exceptional land and sea interconnectedness. Approximately 80 percent of this area remains unspoiled, therefore making it similar in ecological condition to Australia’s Outback and Canada’s Boreal, both places where Pew also works. Although it is approximately one-fifth the size of the continental-scale Boreal in Canada and Outback, Chile’s Patagonia stretches over several hundred miles of important wilderness that features unique geography, oceanography, and ecological productivity, including a lush temperate rainforest, glacier-carved valleys, windy grasslands, inland shorelines, freshwater ecosystems, and countless fjords and islands. Pew works to improve and enhance the protection of this landscape through the country’s park and reserve system, while also promoting public-private partnerships for new conservation efforts and working with local partners to use currently existing policy tools to establish protections for freshwater flows within targeted river basins in Patagonia. Because safeguarding landscapes alone is not sufficient to ensuring the long-term survival of these rivers, many of which run through Patagonia’s parks and reserves, we aim to protect freshwater flows in priority river basins in the region. Pew’s focus on preserving the extraordinary biodiversity of Chilean Patagonia began in September 2015, when the Pew board approved a 10-year strategy aimed at designating new protected areas and upgrading existing safeguards for 30-million acres of land and nearshore waters in the region. This work is carried out by a small team of staff based in Santiago and works closely in partnership with a robust network of non-governmental organizations in Chile.  Position OverviewThe officer supports both the community level and the policy work of the Chilean Patagonia project through activities to establish protections for freshwater flows and key watersheds within river basins in Patagonia. The officer will support partners and local communities’ efforts to obtain protections for the free-flowing character of two key rivers as well as the integrity of watersheds that house them. Key partners include conservation and outdoor recreation groups, rural potable water committees, local governments, and other local stakeholders that have an interest in conserving rivers and water sources for local uses. This position also will conduct outreach to policymakers and experts to advance policy goals, develop campaign materials for external engagement, and manage and coordinate meetings with key stakeholders on public policy developments. In addition, the officer and partners would seek to promote a stronger institutional framework for freshwater and riparian protections in Chile. This will include fostering academic and public debate around more advanced approaches that ensures government responsibility to conserve freshwater resources. This position is based in Pew’s Santiago, Chile office and reports to the project director, also based in Santiago. 
Job ID
2021-6464
Department
Program-Environment
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, D.C., our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding. Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven initiatives to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation. The Government Performance Portfolio within ProgramPew’s government performance work identifies and advances effective approaches to help solve complex challenges at all levels of government in the United States.  The portfolio’s work can be traced back to our founders’ early efforts to improve the lives of Americans by supporting efforts that promoted health, civic engagement, and democratic ideals. Today, we conduct research on emerging topics, develop data-driven reports, and highlight innovative, non-partisan approaches in addressing complex problems at the federal, state, and local levels as well as the interplay that can occur between jurisdictions. Current initiatives focus on health, fiscal and economic policy, and safety and justice, and take into account significant trends such as evolving technologies, and the increasing racial and ethnic diversity in the United States population. Our teams explore and advance effective, evidence-based policies using credible, timely, and accessible research, assessing public support for change, identifying approaches that have proved successful elsewhere, and bringing together diverse perspectives to find common ground. We work in collaboration with organizations that share our commitment to rigorous research, measurable results, and public service, and we focus on developing durable policy change. In addition, our teams use strategic outreach and dissemination to ensure that good information is widely communicated to decision-makers, media, influential stakeholders, and the public. Broadband Access InitiativePew’s broadband access initiative is housed within the Government Performance portfolio and led by a project director. The project will tackle the dual barriers of (1) inadequate physical infrastructure, which results in the absence of a high-quality connection; and (2) affordability, when individual households and small businesses cannot afford those connections. Our work through research, outreach, technical assistance and advocacy seeks to develop and highlight state models to improve affordable broadband access; improve federal and state broadband regulations by establishing speed goals and technological standards, improving the marketplace to include non-legacy providers; and informing and shaping new federal and state appropriations for broadband and improving accountability.   Position Overview The officer will support Pew’s efforts to provide technical assistance, research, and analysis to state policymakers. The officer will work closely with the team and other internal Pew partners, including Government Relations and Communications, to develop and implement state advocacy initiatives and technical assistance projects, such as educating policymakers, drafting policy recommendations, and performing program evaluations. The position will work closely with external partners, including contractors, research organizations, and coalition members, to help design and execute a strategy that will help bridge the digital divide. The position will also work with internal partners at Pew, including those in the Legal, and Contracts Departments. Duties may include performing original research or supporting research projects, working with Communications to draft key messages and identifying stakeholders.  The position, based in Pew’s Washington, D.C., office, reports to the project director, broadband access initiative. The position has a set time frame that could be extended based on the success of the program, funding sources and board decisions on continued support.
Job ID
2021-6465
Department
Program-Government Performance
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, DC, our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding.  Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven initiatives to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation.  The Environmental Portfolio at The Pew Charitable Trusts For more than 25 years, Pew has been a major force in engaging the public and policy makers about the causes, consequences, and solutions to some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Our environment work spans all seven continents with more than 250 professionals working at the local, national, and international levels to reduce the scope and severity of global environmental problems, such as the erosion of large natural ecosystems that contain a great part of the world’s remaining biodiversity, and the destruction of the marine environment.  Pew has worked in the United States and Canada since 1990 to protect vast stretches of wilderness and more recently expanded our land conservation efforts to Australia’s Outback and Chilean Patagonia. Safeguarding these places offers an opportunity to conserve wildlife habitat, shorelines and landscapes for current and future generations. Our work relies on the sciences of conservation, biology, and economics to advocate for practical and durable solutions to the loss of biodiversity.   In the sea, reforms to how our oceans are managed are essential to address overfishing, pollution, and loss of habitat. Pew began its oceans program in the United States, focusing on ending overfishing and protecting fragile marine habitat. Starting in 2005, Pew’s ocean conservation program expanded around the world and played a significant role in reforming marine fisheries management in the European Union and on the high seas and creating marine reserves around the world. Our work is grounded in the best available science and pursues domestic and international conservation measures that are long-term and provide permanent, durable protections for marine ecosystems.  International Fisheries Pew’s international fisheries work aims to secure an enduring system of rules and consequences for international fisheries that ensures the sustainability of fish populations over the long term and supports the health and resilience of the marine ecosystem more broadly. Organized into four projects, our main areas of work include: the advancement of precautionary harvest strategies and effective compliance regimes for international fisheries (RFMO Policy); improved policies and actions aimed at ending illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing (Ending Illegal Fishing);  activating market actors to improve fisheries governance (Markets) ; and the advancement of ecosystem considerations in the management of fisheries, including improved protection of vulnerable marine species affected by international fisheries, and their nursery and spawning habitats (Ecosystem Conservation and Fisheries).  Position OverviewThe senior associate will support the development and implementation of work to improve oversight of transshipment operations. The position is based in Pew’s Washington, D.C office, and reports to the manager, ending illegal fishing, international fisheries also based in Pew’s Washington, D.C. office. The position has a set time frame that could be extended based on the success of the program, funding sources, and board decisions on continued support. 
Job ID
2021-6472
Department
Program-Environment
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70 years, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today’s big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our hometown and the majority of our staff located in Washington, DC, our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding.   Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways. We collaborate with a diverse range of philanthropic partners, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven initiatives to improve society. Pew attracts top talent, people of integrity who are service-oriented and willing to take on challenging assignments. We provide competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance, and a respectful and inclusive workplace. Pew employees are proud of their colleagues, proud of where they work, and proud of the institution’s reputation.   The Environmental Portfolio at The Pew Charitable Trusts For more than 25 years, Pew has been a major force in engaging the public and policy makers about the causes, consequences, and solutions to some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Our environment work spans all seven continents with more than 250 professionals working at the local, national, and international levels to reduce the scope and severity of global environmental problems, such as the erosion of large natural ecosystems that contain a great part of the world’s remaining biodiversity, and the destruction of the marine environment. Pew has worked in the United States and Canada since 1990 to protect vast stretches of wilderness and more recently expanded our land conservation efforts to Australia’s Outback and Chilean Patagonia. Safeguarding these places offers an opportunity to conserve wildlife habitat, shorelines and landscapes for current and future generations. Our work relies on the sciences of conservation, biology, and economics to advocate for practical and durable solutions to the loss of biodiversity. In the sea, reforms to how our oceans are managed are essential to address overfishing, pollution, and loss of habitat. Pew began its oceans program in the United States, focusing on ending overfishing and protecting fragile marine habitat. Starting in 2005, Pew’s ocean conservation program expanded around the world and played a significant role in reforming marine fisheries management in the European Union and on the high seas and creating marine reserves around the world. Our work is grounded in the best available science and pursues domestic and international conservation measures that are long-term and provide permanent, durable protections for marine ecosystems.   International Fisheries Pew’s international fisheries work aims to secure an enduring system of rules and consequences for international fisheries that ensures the sustainability of fish populations over the long term and supports the health and resilience of the marine ecosystem more broadly. Organized into four projects, our main areas of work include: the advancement of precautionary harvest strategies and effective compliance regimes for international fisheries (RFMO Policy); improved policies and actions aimed at ending illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing (Ending Illegal Fishing); activating market actors to improve fisheries governance (Markets) ; and the advancement of ecosystem considerations in the management of fisheries, including improved protection of vulnerable marine species affected by international fisheries, and their nursery and spawning habitats (Ecosystem Conservation and Fisheries).   Position Overview The position is based in Pew’s Washington D.C. office, and reports to the director, international fisheries based also in Pew’s Washington, D.C. office. The position has a set time frame that could be extended based on the success of the program, funding sources, and board decisions on continued support.
Job ID
2021-6473
Department
Program-Environment