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The Clayman Institute for Gender Research creates knowledge and translates research into action for gender equality. As the pioneering gender research institute in the United States, we have been conducting innovative and ground-breaking gender research since 1974. We ask big questions to further equality and incubate initiatives to create change. The current focus is on Moving Beyond the Stalled Gender Revolution. Scholars conduct innovative and cutting-edge research to understand why the gender revolution has stalled and to discover workable solutions to advance equality.

Communications Manager

Communications Manager, The Clayman Institute for Gender Research

Job Classification Title: Editor 2   
JCC: 4252
Grade: I
Exempt, 50% FTE, One Year Fixed Term, Benefitted

One of the Institute’s key priorities has been to translate gender research to broad and non-academic audiences to accelerate change and inform public conversations. The Communications Manager advances the Institute’s public engagement and translation of gender research through our newsletter, website, written communications, and media relations. This includes, but is not limited to, disseminating Gender News; training graduate students, postdocs and early career scholars to write for broad audiences; and engaging with the Stanford media and media-at-large. Specific responsibilities are outlined below.