National Review Institute seeks a full-time Regional Development Officer who will be responsible for meeting targeted fundraising goals, actively identifying and helping pursue all giving opportunities with individual donors and major donor prospects in the defined targeted region. The ideal candidate for this position has a minimum of three to five years fundraising experience and is organized, self-motivated, entrepreneurial, and fervently supportive of the conservative principles that William F. Buckley Jr. championed. Knowledge of and a commitment to the broader conservative movement, an understanding of William F. Buckley Jr.’s legacy, and familiarity with NR magazine—its writers, content, and historical significance—is also important. As a representative of NRI, the Regional Development Officer will lead donor meetings and attend and assist with NRI donor and program events, as well as attend select conferences, community events, and other organizational meetings to establish and cultivate donor relationships.
The Kansas Policy Institute seeks a staff economist to conduct original research on a broad range of economic and public policy issues at the state and local levels. This position will have excellent written and verbal communications skills with the ability to communicate complex economic policy ideas in a meaningful way to Kansans from all walks of life. The ideal candidate will have a passion for helping more Kansans understand that KPI’s principles allow every Kansan to achieve prosperity and have a shot at their American Dream.
As a staff economist, this position will help develop and fulfill KPI’s mission of advocating for the constitutional principles of limited government and personal freedom as they relate to the drivers of economic growth within Kansas. This position will play a key role in developing the research topics and publications for the only free market think tank in the state.
The Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a Michigan-based public policy research and educational institute, is seeking a Director of Labor Policy to promote market-based labor policies that protect worker rights and expand employment opportunities. The Mackinac Center is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with 35 full-time employees, a fifty-member Board of Scholars, and an annual operating budget of $5 million.
Mackinac Center scholars have contributed to recent labor reforms in Michigan and numerous other states, including Kentucky, Missouri, West Virginia and Wisconsin. This full-time position involves researching, developing and promoting labor reforms through studies, reports, commentaries, public speaking and media relations. Current major thrusts include projects on public sector unions, collective bargaining and right-to-work laws.
Our aim is to advance an American workplace based on voluntary and mutually beneficial interaction between workers and job creators. This workplace will be marked by government neutrality, a spirit of free enterprise and freedom of choice. We seek to accomplish this objective by providing training and research to coalition partners, educating the public about beneficial reforms and fostering free-market labor policy solutions at the state and federal level.