MSI Integrity is Hiring a Research Director and Development & Outreach Coordinator

We’re hiring!

Positions have opened up for our new Development and Outreach Coordinator and Research Director roles. Both of these will be central to our new effort to move Beyond Corporations. See the position overviews below and visit our employment page for more information.

Research Director (Full-Time, Remote)

We are looking for a brilliant, personable and dedicated Research Director to join our small but growing team. The Director will play a central role in both collaboratively shaping our organizational transition and organizational focus, and also in designing and supervising our new research program. This position requires deep strategic thinking, excellent team management and external coordination skills, and a proven track-record of managing complex projects.

The Director will develop MSI Integrity’s strategic research priorities in collaboration with wider staff and input from those in the solidarity economy, economic justice and corporate accountability fields. To begin, the research program will likely focus on identifying key knowledge gaps about alternative business structures and worker- and community- ownership and governance, in particular: a) assessing and understanding their economic, human rights and environmental impacts on workers, affected communities, supply chain actors and beyond; b) examining how to grow and scale solidarity economy models in order to displace corporate power, such as considering technical aspects of the design and operation of models operating in complex or scaled settings; c) researching and devising strategies for overcoming existing barriers for these models or to promote their growth (e.g. access to capital; legislative and policy proposals). Over time, the role may expand to convening and coordinating active researchers in the field—such as academics and law clinics—as well as conducting, commissioning or coordinating research internally or externally to fill outstanding knowledge gaps.

The Director will be responsible for growing and supervising a small research team, and coordinating with other actors, to achieve MSI Integrity’s research aims. The role may also include playing a key role in conceptualizing and hiring staff for a distinct education program that seeks to promote more education and understanding of alternative business structures within key constituencies, with a particular focus on reaching professionals, such as lawyers and entrepreneurs.

In addition, the Director will help collaboratively shape MSI Integrity’s own governance and internal processes to reflect cooperative, democratically accountable decision-making. This transformation will be framed by MSI Integrity’s ongoing commitment to understanding and addressing the structural forces of classism, racism, misogyny, transphobia, ableism, colonialism, and other intersecting systems that shape and have been shaped by corporate structures.

Development and Outreach Coordinator (Full/Part-Time, Remote)

We are looking for a brilliant, personable and dedicated Development and Outreach Coordinator: someone who can persuade donors, and also the wider public, that workers should have the right to profit from their own labor and to a fair and democratic workplace. The Coordinator will oversee all fundraising and revenue-generating activities for the organization. The Coordinator will also play a key role in generating public communication materials and contributing to broader outreach strategies. Depending on the successful candidate’s interest, experience and desired career trajectory, the Coordinator could potentially also contribute to MSI Integrity’s research or advocacy campaigns.

In addition to development and outreach responsibilities, the Coordinator will also help collaboratively shape MSI Integrity’s own governance and internal processes to reflect cooperative, democratically accountable decision-making. This transformation will be framed by MSI Integrity’s ongoing commitment to understanding and addressing the structural forces of classism, racism, misogyny, transphobia, ableism, colonialism, and other intersecting systems that shape and have been shaped by corporate structures.

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