Talent Coordinator (Contractor)

ABOUT US | HR&A Advisors, Inc. (HR&A) is an employee-owned company advising public, private, non-profit, and philanthropic clients on how to increase opportunity and advance quality of life in cities.

We believe in creating vital places, building more equitable and resilient communities, and improving people’s lives.

From Brooklyn to London, Medellin to Hong Kong, we have guided hundreds of clients in transforming real estate and economic development concepts, and public infrastructure, first into actionable plans then into job-producing, community-strengthening assets.

Our clients include real estate owners and investors, hospitals and universities, cultural institutions and philanthropies, community development organizations, and governments.

HR&A has offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Raleigh, and Washington D.C. We come from diverse backgrounds, have a breadth of lived experience, and share a passion for cities. We are former city officials, executive directors, planners, lawyers, architects, and economists.

THE OPPORTUNITY | We are seeking a part-time temporary Talent Coordinator for 30 hours a week to support HR&A’s People team in our New York City office. The Talent Coordinator will report to the Talent Manager and work closely with various staff members across the firm on project staffing, onboarding initiatives, and Learning and Development.  This position will be based in our New York office and will follow a hybrid work schedule of a minimum of two days in the office.

The ideal candidate is interested in Human Resources, Talent Management, and Learning and Development. You have experience working in a fast-paced and dynamic office environment and demonstrated capacity to manage, organize, and multi-task while possessing strong customer service, data entry, and time management skills. You are detailed-oriented and have a learning mindset.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assists Talent Managers, in coordination with the Director of HR, in onboarding new employees (i.e., creating welcome packets and assigning mentors).
  • Assists Talent Managers in staffing consultants on projects, including sending weekly staffing updates via email and updating weekly utilization and monthly staffing reports using Excel.
  • Provides general support and manages administrative tasks (i.e., managing Outlook, sending email messages, calendar and Zoom invites, travel arrangements, supporting in the preparation of documents, presentations, etc.).
  • Prepare and send communications, including materials for 30/60/90-day employee check-ins, surveys, and learning and development opportunities.
  • Serves as a point-of-contact to employees across the firm regarding project staffing capacity.
  • Supports the Director of HR and Talent Managers in ad hoc projects and additional tasks as needed.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED | We seek a candidate who is a highly motivated, responsible individual with a strong capacity to work both independently and collaboratively and who can handle a fast-paced work environment with poise and maturity. You will be able to leverage critical thinking skills to handle complex and confidential information daily in a professional, secure, dependable, and credible manner.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • 1-2 plus years’ experience in human resources, office administration, or related field.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to manage sensitive and confidential situations with tact, professionalism, and diplomacy.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced office or professional services environment.
  • Possess excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work independently and proactively.
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, including active listening.
  • Proficiency with PowerPoint, Excel, and Word; and ability to learn new systems and software quickly.

COMPENSATION | The hourly salary range for this position is $30-$35/hour.  Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience.  This position is a part-time temporary contractor role for a maximum of three years that works alongside HR&A teams, where employment is via HR&A’s employment partner, Magnit.  Magnit offers optional health and wellness benefits, sick days and paid holidays.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed.

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status, or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Senior Analyst, Equitable Development

ABOUT US | HR&A Advisors, Inc. (HR&A) is an employee-owned company advising public, private, non-profit, and philanthropic clients on how to increase opportunity and advance quality of life in cities.

We believe in creating vital places, building more equitable and resilient communities, and improving people’s lives. We support the creation of new development, transit-oriented-development, and economic development strategies. HR&A also helps clients think about who will benefit from development from the very beginning, and show them how to make more equitable projects, neighborhoods, and cities.

From Brooklyn to Los Angeles, we have guided hundreds of clients in transforming real estate and economic development concepts, and public infrastructure, first into actionable plans then into job-producing, community-strengthening assets.

Our clients include governments, community development organizations, real estate owners and investors, hospitals and universities, cultural institutions and philanthropies.

HR&A has offices in Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York, Washington D.C., Raleigh, and Dallas. We come from diverse backgrounds, have a breadth of lived experience, and share a passion for cities. We are former city officials, executive directors, planners, lawyers, architects, and economists.

Hear more about the HR&A experience from our Staff.

Learn more about careers at HR&A on our website.

THE OPPORTUNITY | We are seeking Senior Analyst candidates to join our Los Angeles office.  The Senior Analyst will be supporting the Economic Development practice and Inclusive Cities practices. We are looking for a candidate who can support real estate and economic development while also embodying our values to create more equitable, resilient and dynamic communities.

THE PRACTICE | HR&A’s Economic Development practice is focused on development, policy and planning that centers the needs of existing residents and businesses. Anchored in analytics and quantitative analysis, the Economic Development practice helps communities to understand market dynamics, pressures and opportunities. We pilot innovative community-focused approaches to replace the traditional analytic approaches that perpetuate inequality with knowledge, strategies and tools that empower low-income residents and businesses to build communities that resonate for them and help them benefit from the fruits of public investment and urban transformation. We craft policies that support wealth building, equitable participation in the workforce and housing stability.

We are focused on building relationships within the public, non-profit and philanthropic sectors to identify opportunities and build HR&A teams that are both excited and committed to empowering communities. Our teams become experts working alongside communities and institutions to develop and implement innovative, equitable approaches, strategies, and tools.

The Senior Analyst role is a mid-level opportunity for professionals with 4-6 years of professional data analytics experience owning and driving the substance of clients’ or stakeholders work products. The Senior Analyst alongside all analytical staff, forms the foundation of our team-oriented and collaborative structure and helps to drive our data-driven approach to city building. Day-to-day tasks range from project to project and often include:

  • market analysis
  • case study research
  • public policy analysis
  • community engagement
  • preparation of economic analysis and real estate pro formas for a range of uses and public-private structures

Senior Analysts also help prepare written reports, presentations in PowerPoint, and Excel models for clients, as well as prepare firm marketing materials and proposals for new projects. Senior Analysts may often play an informal managerial role, directing Research Analysts and Analysts on project-based task assignments and even providing training support to them.

As individual project portfolios change, the Senior Analyst position provides significant opportunities for growth and diversity within the role..

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED | We are looking for candidates with strong quantitative and qualitative skills, a passion for urban development and policy, and a deep curiosity about the challenges and opportunities facing cities today. Our new team members will learn quickly, possess excellent written and verbal communication skills; be hyper-organized; operate like data analysts; and be able to manage multiple assignments at once. They will think independently, act entrepreneurially, and pay attention to the details. Ideal candidates will bring a demonstrated capacity for leadership, experience or interest in real estate transactions and planning, critical thinking, and creativity.

Senior Analyst candidates should have a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred, 4-6 years professional experience, responsible for day-to-day complex modeling and analysis, program design, coordination with partner firms, and preparation of client deliverables and proposals.

COMPENSATION | The annual salary range for this position is $101,000 to $114,500 plus the opportunity for a year-end bonus. Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience. We offer competitive compensation packages, based on qualifications and experience. We are an employee-owned company, meaning you will have the opportunity to benefit from the firm’s growth over time through participation in our Employee Stock Options Plan. Each year, the firm will contribute funds to this long-term wealth-building account and may make contributions to other retirement accounts. We also provide a comprehensive benefits package that goes well beyond coverage of 90-95% of healthcare premiums, dental and vision coverage.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed. 

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law. For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com.

Please do not call regarding this position.

Senior Analyst, Real Estate Advisory and Operations

ABOUT US | HR&A Advisors, Inc. (HR&A) is an employee-owned company advising public, private, non-profit, and philanthropic clients on how to increase opportunity and advance quality of life in cities.

We believe in creating vital places, building more equitable and resilient communities, and improving people’s lives.

From Brooklyn to Los Angeles, we have guided hundreds of clients in transforming real estate and economic development concepts, and public infrastructure, first into actionable plans then into job-producing, community-strengthening assets.

Our clients include real estate owners and investors, hospitals and universities, cultural institutions and philanthropies, community development organizations and governments.

HR&A has offices in Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Raleigh, and Dallas. We come from diverse backgrounds, have a breadth of lived experience, and share a passion for cities. We are former city officials, executive directors, planners, lawyers, architects, and economists.

Hear more about the HR&A experience from our Staff.

Learn more about careers at HR&A on our website.

THE OPPORTUNITY | HR&A’s Knowledge Economy Practice is rapidly growing its embedded management work, which involves assisting innovation districts and knowledge communities by offering strategic guidance and bolstering staff capacity through operations, analytical, and implementation support. This position will primarily support real estate development advisory and day-to-day operations for one of the most significant, non-profit led, real estate projects in the Southeast. This transformative project includes over $100 million in investments and will connect higher education and industry through a variety of public-private partnerships leading to the development of office, lab, civic and other mixed-use elements. Knowledge of the Atlanta market and prior real estate development experience is strongly preferred.

THE PRACTICE | HR&A’s Knowledge Economy Practice brings over 45 years of cumulative direct experience leading universities and innovation districts, a body of work that gives us invaluable insights into the development and operations of innovation ecosystems. The Knowledge Economy Practice creates and implements strategies that respond to current trends in innovation, economic development, real estate strategies and

financing structures, and enhances operations to expand the research enterprise and industry relations for our clients.

THE ROLE | HR&A’s Knowledge Economy Practice is seeking a Senior Analyst to assist in providing embedded management services to our clients, with a focus on providing real estate development advisory and overseeing day-to-day operations for a project in the Atlanta region. This role will be based in our Atlanta office. The Senior Analyst will work closely with Partners, Principals, Directors, and Analytic staff in the Knowledge Economy Practice across all HR&A’s offices.

Senior Analysts are mid-level professionals with 4-6 years of professional experience and own the substance of our client work products. Day-to-day tasks range from project to project and often include:

· preparation of real estate pro formas for a range of uses, public-private structures, and land valuation

· demographic, economic, and market analysis

· case study research

· non-profit governance and board management

· econometric modeling

· community and stakeholder engagement

· project coordination with consultant teams, and

· collaboration with external partners

Senior Analysts also help prepare written reports, presentations in PowerPoint, and Excel models for clients, engage with internal and external partners and clients directly to move forward collaborative work streams. They also often play a managerial role, directing Research Analysts and Analysts on task assignments and even providing training.

The position provides significant opportunities for growth and diversity within the role as individual project portfolios change.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED | Successful candidates will bring strong analytical, project management, and relationship management capabilities aligned with the roles and responsibilities described above, including:

· Bachelor’s Degree in Real Estate, Construction Management, Finance, Planning or another related field.

· Master’s in Real Estate Development (MRED), Business Administration (MBA), Construction/Project Management, or Planning is a plus.

· 4-5 years of experience in Real Estate Development or Construction Management, preferably within the Atlanta region.

· Experience or interest in real estate development and economic development practices, including knowledge of general real estate principles and financial modeling, incentives, industry analysis, supply and demand economics and other demand drivers.

· Experience synthesizing data and crafting a compelling narrative.

· Experience presenting to internal senior leadership and external clients.

· Demonstrated capacity for leadership.

· Demonstrated critical thinking skills and ability to be creative and think on the spot.

COMPENSATION | The annual salary range for this position is $101,000 to $114,500 plus opportunity for year-end bonus. Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience. We offer competitive compensation packages, based on qualifications and experience. We are an employee-owned company, meaning you will have the opportunity to benefit from the firm’s growth over time through participation in our Employee Stock Options Plan. Each year, the firm will contribute funds to this long-term wealth-building account and may make contributions to other retirement accounts. We also provide a comprehensive benefits package that goes well beyond coverage of 90-95% of healthcare premiums, dental and vision coverage.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed.

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law. For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com. Please do not call regarding this position.

Senior Analyst, Real Estate

ABOUT US |   HR&A Advisors, Inc. (HR&A) is an employee-owned company advising public, private, non-profit, and philanthropic clients on how to increase opportunity and advance quality of life in cities.    

We believe in creating vital places, building more equitable and resilient communities, and improving people’s lives.     

From Brooklyn to London, Medellin to Hong Kong, we have guided hundreds of clients in transforming real estate and economic development concepts, and public infrastructure, first into actionable plans then into job-producing, community-strengthening assets.   

Our clients include real estate owners and investors, hospitals and universities, cultural institutions and philanthropies, community development organizations and governments.   

HR&A has offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Raleigh, and Washington D.C. We come from diverse backgrounds, have a breadth of lived experience, and share a passion for cities. We are former city officials, executive directors, planners, lawyers, architects, and economists.    

Hear more about the HR&A experience from our staff 

Learn more about careers at HR&A on our website here.   

THE ROLE | We are seeking a Senior Analyst to join us, based in an HR&A office in Los Angeles or New York .  Our analytical staff form the foundation of our team-oriented and collaborative structure and help to drive our data-driven approach to city building. 

Senior Analysts are mid-level professionals with 4-6 years of professional experience and own the substance of our client work products. Day-to-day tasks range from project to project and often include: 

  • preparation of real estate pro formas for a range of uses and public-private structures 
  • market analysis 
  • case study research 
  • econometric modeling 
  • community engagement, and 
  • public policy analysis. 

Senior Analysts also help prepare written reports, presentations in PowerPoint, and Excel models for clients, as well as firm marketing materials and proposals for new projects. Senior Analysts often play a managerial role, directing Research Analysts and Analysts on task assignments and even providing training. 

The positions provide significant opportunities for growth and diversity within the role as individual project portfolios change. HR&A staff are often generalists but have the opportunity to specialize over time. 

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED | We are looking for candidates with strong quantitative and qualitative skills, a passion for urban development and policy, and a deep curiosity about the challenges and opportunities facing cities today. Our new team members will learn quickly, possess excellent written and verbal communication skills; be hyper-organized; operate like data analysts; and be able to manage multiple assignments at once. They will think independently, act entrepreneurially, and pay attention to the details. Ideal candidates will bring a demonstrated capacity for leadership, experience or interest in real estate transactions, critical thinking, and creativity. 

COMPENSATION | Senior Analyst candidates should have a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred, 4-6 years professional experience, responsible for day-to-day complex modeling and analysis, program design, coordination with partner firms, and preparation of client deliverables and proposals. 

The base salary range for this position is $101,000 – $114,500 plus opportunity for competitive and targeted year-end bonusWhere an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience.  We offer competitive compensation packages, based on qualifications and experience. We are an employee-owned company, meaning you will have the opportunity to benefit from the firm’s growth over time through participation in our Employee Stock Ownership Plan. Each year, the firm will contribute funds to this long-term wealth-building account and may make contributions to other retirement accounts. We also provide a comprehensive benefits package that goes well beyond coverage of 90-95% of healthcare premiums, dental and vision coverage.   

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.   

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document (maximum of 2 pages) here. If you have a digital portfolio, include a link within your cover letter. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed. 

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Communications”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.   

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status, or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.   

For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com. Please do not call regarding this position.   

 

Principal, Broadband & Digital Equity

ABOUT US |   HR&A Advisors, Inc. (HR&A) is an employee-owned company advising public, private, non-profit, and philanthropic clients on how to increase opportunity and advance quality of life in cities.

We believe in creating vital places, building more equitable and resilient communities, and improving people’s lives.

From Brooklyn to London, Medellin to Hong Kong, we have guided hundreds of clients in transforming real estate and economic development concepts, and public infrastructure, first into actionable plans then into job-producing, community-strengthening assets.

Our clients include real estate owners and investors, hospitals and universities, cultural institutions and philanthropies, community development organizations and governments.

HR&A has offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Raleigh, and Washington D.C. We come from diverse backgrounds, have a breadth of lived experience, and share a passion for cities. We are former city officials, executive directors, planners, lawyers, architects, and economists.

Hear more about the HR&A experience from our staff

Learn more about careers at HR&A on our website here.

THE PRACTICE | HR&A’s Broadband and Digital Equity team is focused on empowering communities to shape their broadband future and develop stronger digital equity ecosystems. We recognize that internet infrastructure investments and adoption programs are foundational to more equitable economic development, education, healthcare, and civic life. We work with leaders in all levels of government, civic institutions, community-based organizations, and philanthropy to design and deliver bold system changes that foster broadband equity and digital inclusion. This work is often conducted as part of the Broadband Equity Partnership, a partnership that HR&A has with CTC Technology & Energy.

At an historic moment for broadband and digital equity, with estimates of nearly $200 billion in public and private investment in the next decade, our broadband and digital equity practice is at the forefront of planning, managing, and delivering innovative infrastructure and digital equity programs across the nation, from New York to California, Chicago to Miami. Our work results in the implementation of new public-private partnerships and government- or community-led digital equity programs that prioritize service to communities who need it most. As we help to build capacity in the nation’s public interest broadband ecosystem, we center racial equity and economic justice, helping our clients to identify who will benefit from broadband development initiatives and show them how to design and execute more equitable programs that build stronger neighborhoods and economies.

ABOUT YOU | 

  • At least 10-12 years of relevant work experience, including working with public sector leaders and/or community-based organizations at the city, county, state, and/or federal level.
  • Deep knowledge of and experience with broadband infrastructure and digital equity programs
  • Proven leadership abilities marked by being innovative, collaborative, decisive; a reputation for getting things done;
  • Fluency with data, including an understanding of its limitations and a commitment to using it to quantify the ways in which inequity persists in communities and to project the impact of new policies and programs
  • Strong interpersonal skills that reflect honesty, integrity, respect, inspiration and teamwork
  • Strong communication skills, including the ability to inspire confidence and passion with both internal and external audiences
  • Advanced planning skills, including an ability to think strategically on both organizational and systemic levels over short and long-term horizons
  • Strong facilitation and presentation skills before multiple types of audiences
  • Experience with complex stakeholder and project management, including the dynamics of the role of a consultant
  • Patience, a sense of humor, humility, and willingness to be a leader and inspire HR&A staff and develop the Broadband and Digital Equity practice as an intellectual and professional home within the firm; and to facilitate full participation and leadership by staff and partners alike.

THE ROLE | We are seeking a Principal to join us in to lead work around the country, ideally based in an HR&A Office in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Raleigh, or Washington D.C. office. The Principal will manage large-scale Broadband and Digital Equity projects in ways that maximize the impact of our clients’ work; they will be a leader in the practice internally and externally.

At HR&A, Principals manage multiple projects and business development efforts concurrently. Project timelines and scopes are highly variable at HR&A and often span between several weeks and several years, with Principals managing between three and six projects at a given time. Principals are responsible for:

  • Creating project work plans
  • Managing project budgets
  • Directing the analytical work of project teams
  • Ensuring the quality and timeliness of deliverables
  • Developing productive working relationships with clients

Responsibilities of the Broadband and Digital Equity Principal will also include:

  • Close partnership with the Managing Partner to support the growth, strategy, and concurrent priorities of the Broadband and Digital Equity practice
  • Serve as a leader in the practice by building external and internal relationships, as well as identifying and implementing new project types and services that can help serve those on the front lines in the work to close the digital divide
  • Represent HR&A and the Broadband and Digital Equity practice externally at events, professional associations, and in networks
  • Develop and manage tools and methodologies that support the growth of the practice such that the firm’s overall work and other practice areas are enriched
  • Engage in internal firmwide activities that advance HR&A’s commitment to Anti-Racism
  • Train and mentor staff across the practice, including in multiple offices and remotely

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED | We are looking for candidates with management and leadership experience in the public, private, or non-profit sector, deep curiosity about the broadband and digital equity challenges facing communities today, and a passion for equity, economic development, and systems change.

Successful candidates:

  • Possess exceptional critical thinking skills, a deep curiosity about the challenges and opportunities of broadband and digital equity work, a data-driven and implementation-oriented mindset, and a commitment to proactively address and advance racial justice, equity, and anti-racism
  • Bring a strong background and/or foundation in public policy, economic development, city, state, or federal government, political campaigns, or nonprofit or institutional management as an important reference point for our work
  • Bring experience in consulting or comparable client-facing functions in a relevant field and/or a leadership setting such that they can demonstrate ability to manage multiple projects at one time in ways that are impactful, adaptive, and persuasive
  • Experience managing fast-paced, collaborative project teams
  • Possess substantial writing and presentation skills, sufficient poise for direct client interaction, and mentorship capabilities
  • Are ambitious and creative about new ways in which our firm’s knowledge and expertise can be deployed

COMPENSATION | The annual salary range for this position is $149,500 – $172,000  plus opportunity for year-end bonus.  Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience. We offer competitive compensation packages, based on qualifications and experience. We are an employee-owned company, meaning you will have the opportunity to benefit from the firm’s growth over time through participation in our Employee Stock Options Plan. Each year, the firm will contribute funds to this long-term wealth-building account and may make contributions to other retirement accounts. We also provide a comprehensive benefits package that goes well beyond coverage of 90-95% of healthcare premiums, dental and vision coverage.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed. 

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Learn more at https://www.hraadvisors.com/broadband-and-digital-equity/

For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com.

 

Senior Analyst – Broadband in Affordable Housing

THE PRACTICE | Over the next decade, the federal government, states, localities, philanthropies, and private businesses are projected to spend $200 billion on new Broadband and Digital Equity programs. HR&A’s Broadband and Digital Equity practice is built to provide a full suite of strategic planning, staffing, program management, and implementation services to maximize the impact of this historic funding.

Whether we’re helping State Broadband Offices deliver their Broadband and Digital Equity plans, supporting municipalities to structure public-private partnerships and digital inclusion services, or building capacity in community anchor institutions and nonprofits, our work is focused on designing and delivering sustainable programs and partnerships that close the digital divide and promote economic opportunity for all.

THE OPPORTUNITY | To ensure that affordable housing residents are front and center in Broadband and Digital Equity planning for states and cities, we are helping our clients maximize federal funds to connect some of the lowest-income residents to high-speed internet and prevent repeating historical geographical patterns of under-investment. The Senior Analyst – Broadband in Affordable Housing will be dedicated to HR&A’s Broadband & Digital Equity Practice, leading work on designing and launching new programs to support Broadband and Digital Equity in affordable housing. Senior Analysts are mid-level professionals with 5-8 years of professional experience who own the substance of our client work products.

Timeline: Immediate for 6 months; will be embedded onsite
Hours: 20/week

The Senior Analyst – Broadband in Affordable Housing should have experience in Affordable Housing and primary tasks will include:

  • Designing and implementing programs to support broadband in affordable housing
  • Supporting interagency collaboration and negotiation to determine partner roles and responsibilities
  • Drafting and negotiating interagency contracts
  • Determining program application requirements and subgrantee evaluation criteria
  • Developing and promoting requests for proposals and other solicitations
  • Reviewing and summarizing subgrantee applications
  • Supporting in proposal evaluation and selection

Preferred Qualifications:

  • A clear passion for affordable housing, digital equity, broadband technologies, innovative business models, and systems change in government and economic empowerment in the State of New York
  • Demonstrated knowledge of broadband infrastructure, strategic planning processes, public-private partnership programs, and business modeling
  • Five to eight years of experience in affordable housing, government service, management consulting or comparable client-facing functions in professional services, or a combination of professional services and other relevant experience in the broadband or economic and community development industries
  • Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) with a focus on public policy, economics, urban planning, business, or other closely related fields
  • Strong quantitative and qualitative skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated capacity for leadership, critical thinking, and creativity
  • Experience managing fast-paced, collaborative teams and projects, including scoping, structuring, creating, and reviewing deliverables
  • Ability to work across assignments, including managing multiple project workstreams and deadlines
  • Familiarity with strategic planning processes, project management tools, and data-driven analytical approaches
  • Ability to engage with and earn the trust of local leaders, community leaders, and businesses on complex broadband issues
  • Desire to help build the Broadband & Digital Equity team’s consulting and program management practice by leading engagements, training staff, and advancing thought leadership

COMPENSATION | The annual salary range for this position is $101,000 to $114,500.  Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience.  This position is a full-time temporary contractor role for a maximum of three years that works alongside HR&A teams, where employment is via HR&A’s employment partner, Magnit. Magnit benefits include health and wellness benefits and paid holidays.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed. 

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Learn more at https://www.hraadvisors.com/broadband-and-digital-equity/.

For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com.

Senior Analyst, Infrastructure Programs

THE PRACTICE | Over the next decade, the federal government, states, localities, philanthropies, and private businesses are projected to spend $200 billion on new Broadband and Digital Equity programs. HR&A’s Broadband and Digital Equity practice is built to provide a full suite of strategic planning, staffing, program management, and implementation services to maximize the impact of this historic funding.

Whether we’re helping State Broadband Offices deliver their Broadband and Digital Equity plans, supporting municipalities to structure public-private partnerships and digital inclusion services, or building capacity in community anchor institutions and nonprofits, our work is focused on designing and delivering sustainable programs and partnerships that close the digital divide and promote economic opportunity for all.

THE OPPORTUNITY | Our teams help governments, civic institutions, and communities evaluate the feasibility of alternative approaches to connectivity infrastructure deployment and program development, including its intersection with other ‘smart’ infrastructure systems, like EV charging. The Senior Analyst – Broadband Infrastructure Planning & Program Management will be dedicated to HR&A’s Broadband & Digital Equity Practice and will be primarily responsible for supporting our team’s work to advise on, develop, and produce broadband & digital equity project deliverables and programs for state and local government clients, nonprofits, community-based organizations, and philanthropy. Day-to-day tasks will require managing internal and external teams to complete complex assignments including strategic planning, case study research, community engagement, survey data analysis, program evaluation and impact analysis, grant management, economic and financial analysis, and public policy analysis.

Ideal candidates should have exposure to all aspects of Broadband and Digital Equity program development, including developing comprehensive plans for deploying and managing broadband infrastructure programs, digital inclusion programs, the design of grant programs and public-private partnerships, and interagency and intergovernmental engagement programs, and the design of new governance systems to deliver digital equity. Ideal candidates have exceptional attention to detail, project management skills, including engaging in multiple workstreams, and experience engaging government, business, and community stakeholders. Candidates should have technical knowledge of an array of service broadband delivery methods and technologies, as well as experience in physical asset inventory, business planning, and implementation strategies.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting Broadband and Digital Equity programming, advancing broadband technologies, fostering innovative business models, and/or developing broadband programs
  • Advancing projects through local, county, and or state government processes such as procurements, budgeting, governance planning, and public engagement
  • Project management including scoping, structuring, creating, reviewing deliverables, and producing high-quality on-time results
  • Developing and carrying out strategic planning processes, project management tools, and data-driven analytical approaches
  • Strong quantitative and qualitative analysis including financial analysis and business planning

Preferred Qualifications:

  • A clear passion for digital equity, broadband technologies, innovative business models, and systems change in government and economic empowerment
  • Demonstrated knowledge of broadband infrastructure, strategic planning processes, public-private partnership programs, and business modeling
  • Five to eight years of experience in grant management, government service, management consulting or comparable client-facing functions in professional services, or a combination of professional services and other relevant experience in the broadband or economic and community development industries
  • Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) with a focus on public policy, economics, urban planning, business, or other closely related fields
  • Strong quantitative and qualitative skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated capacity for leadership, critical thinking, and creativity
  • Experience managing fast-paced, collaborative teams and projects, including scoping, structuring, creating, and reviewing deliverables
  • Ability to work across assignments, including managing multiple project workstreams and deadlines
  • Familiarity with strategic planning processes, project management tools, and data-driven analytical approaches
  • Ability to engage with and earn the trust of local leaders, community leaders, and businesses on complex broadband issues
  • Desire to help build the Broadband & Digital Equity team’s consulting and program management practice by leading engagements, training staff, and advancing thought leadership

COMPENSATION | The annual salary range for this position is $101,000 to $114,500. Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience.  This position is a full-time temporary contractor role for a maximum of three years that works alongside HR&A teams, where employment is via HR&A’s employment partner, Magnit. Magnit benefits include health and wellness benefits and paid holidays.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed. 

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Learn more at https://www.hraadvisors.com/broadband-and-digital-equity/.

For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com.

Director, Civic Engagement Programs

THE PRACTICE| Over the next decade, the federal government, states, localities, philanthropies, and private businesses are projected to spend $200 billion on new Broadband and Digital Equity programs. HR&A’s Broadband and Digital Equity practice is built to provide a full suite of strategic planning, staffing, program management, and implementation services to maximize the impact of this historic funding.

Whether we’re helping State Broadband Offices deliver their Broadband and Digital Equity plans, supporting municipalities to structure public-private partnerships and digital inclusion services, or building capacity in community anchor institutions and nonprofits, our work is focused on designing and delivering sustainable programs and partnerships that close the digital divide and promote economic opportunity for all.

THE OPPORTUNITY | The Federal Government and its partners in State and local governments, Tribal governments, community anchor institutions and nonprofits, and technology businesses will spend nearly $200 billion over the next decade to transform the nation’s broadband infrastructure and advance digital inclusion programs to achieve digital equity. Over the next year, this work includes expansive statewide planning campaigns, as well as municipal and community-based planning efforts, with a goal of ensuring that historic investments in universal, affordable broadband access build more inclusive, dynamic, and equitable economies, education and healthcare systems, and government services. Our team is leading or supporting several such efforts for states, counties, cities, and nonprofits across the country, and we are seeking a Director of Civic Engagement Programs to work nation-wide across our project teams to design, lead, and manage expansive civic engagement campaigns that elevate the voices of historically marginalized communities in the decision-making process for State and local governments.

Ideal candidates will have deep experience in successful execution of civic engagement strategies that are inclusive, multi-pronged, and comprehensive in collecting input that will inform public program design and prioritization, including with local governments, community-based organizations, advocacy organizations, households and businesses experiencing inequitable access to technology, and other stakeholder groups. Knowledge of local, regional, or national stakeholder ecosystems and mobilization opportunities are key to this role. Candidates should have experience engaging the following populations, defined in the Digital Equity Act of 2021, including: Aging individuals, Incarcerated or formerly incarcerating individuals, Veterans , Individuals with disabilities, Individuals with a language barrier, including individuals who are English learners or have low levels of literacy, Individuals who are members of a racial or ethnic minority group, Individuals who primarily resident in a rural area.

The Director of Civic Engagement Programs will be dedicated to HR&A’s Broadband & Digital Equity Practice, and primary responsibilities will include:

  • Developing and managing civic engagement programs including conducting workshops, focus groups, information sessions, surveys, and other public-facing programs, strengthening digital equity ecosystems in communities across the country
  • Managing the team’s CRM and practice-wide relationships with civic engagement partners both locally and nationally, including developing stronger partnerships with organizations that serve specific populations with demonstrated digital equity needs, providing them with stronger platforms and content to mobilize grassroots digital equity organizing
  • Shaping Statewide and Local Digital Equity Plans and program designs that foster broadband adoption – including subscriptions for internet services, device distribution programs, and digital skills building – and ensure that public investments lead to more equitable economic, educational, healthcare, workforce, essential services, and other social infrastructure outcomes
  • Developing new programs for reaching historically marginalized populations that can be supported by forthcoming government, philanthropic, and institutional grant opportunities

Preferred qualifications:

  • At least eight to twelve years of experience in successful execution of civic engagement programs that are inclusive, multi-pronged, and comprehensive in collecting input that will inform public program design and prioritization, including an exceptional ability to provide quantitative data from engagement programs to drive government decision-making
  • A clear passion for digital equity, economic empowerment, and systems change in government and community empowerment
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in digital inclusion programming, advancing broadband adoption, and/or community-based empowerment programs
  • Deep understanding of and experience with government operations at the state and local levels
  • Experience advancing projects through local, county, and or state government processes such as procurements, budgeting, governance planning, and public engagement
  • Substantial project management experience leading multiple fast-paced, collaborative teams simultaneously that include scoping, structuring, creating, reviewing deliverables, and producing high-quality on-time results
  • Demonstrated capacity for leadership, mentorship, critical thinking, and creativity
  • Desire to build the Broadband & Digital Equity practice by leading engagements, training staff, promulgating best practices nationally, and advancing thought leadership
  • Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) with a focus on public policy, economics, urban planning, business, or other closely related fields

COMPENSATION | The annual salary range for this position is $126,500 to $143,500.   Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience.  This position is a full-time temporary contractor role for a maximum of three years that works alongside HR&A teams, where employment is via HR&A’s employment partner, Magnit. Magnit benefits include health and wellness benefits and paid holidays.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed. 

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Learn more at https://www.hraadvisors.com/broadband-and-digital-equity/.

For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com.

Program Manager, Grants Management and Technical Assistance

THE PRACTICE | Over the next decade, the federal government, states, localities, philanthropies, and private businesses are projected to spend $200 billion on new Broadband and Digital Equity programs. HR&A’s Broadband and Digital Equity practice is built to provide a full suite of strategic planning, staffing, program management, and implementation services to maximize the impact of this historic funding. Whether we’re helping State Broadband Offices deliver their Broadband and Digital Equity plans, supporting municipalities to structure public-private partnerships and digital inclusion services, or building capacity in community anchor institutions and nonprofits, our work is focused on designing and delivering sustainable programs and partnerships that close the digital divide and promote economic opportunity for all.

THE OPPORTUNITY |  Expect to support the deployment of more than a billion dollars in grants over the next several years. The Program Manager, Grants Management and Technical Assistance Programs is responsible for all components of public agency grant programs including administering grants to community-based organizations, overseeing compliance with grant guidelines and flow-down provisions, and reporting mechanisms, developing competitive grant applications on behalf of our clients, and supporting our team’s grant program design work. Ideal candidates have exceptional attention to detail, project management skills, including experience overseeing grant application processes and compliance programs. Technical assistance programs focus on ensuring that prospective grant recipients have the capacity to meet the requirements of funding agencies and deliver on our clients’ goals. We are delivering technical assistance to a wide range of local governments, community anchor institutions, and community-based nonprofits. Primary tasks will include:

  • Developing metrics and objectives for successful grant program implementation
  • Leading the administration of Federal, State, and local government grants on behalf of clients, grant recipients, and subgrantees, collaborating with HR&A program managers and project teams
  • Creating processes for tracking and reporting on grant compliance
  • Assisting in creating sub-grant requirements and selection of projects
  • Supporting the design and development of new systems and tools to support grant administration and technical assistance programs
  • Owning our team’s understanding of new grant programs and their requirements as new grant opportunities become available

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience with grant management, grant program development, grant writing, and compliance, with a preferred focus on digital equity or broadband programs
  • At least four to eight years of experience in grant management, government service, management consulting or comparable client-facing functions in professional services, or a combination of professional services and other relevant experience in the broadband or economic and community development industries
  • Proven ability to work closely with internal and external teams to support grant program management and/or technical assistance programs
  • A passion for our mission to close the digital divide and advance systems change in government
  • Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) with a focus on public policy, economics, urban planning, business, or other closely related fields
  • Strong quantitative and qualitative skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work across assignments, including managing multiple project workstreams and deadlines

COMPENSATION | The annual salary range for this position is $101,000 to $114,500.  Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience.  This position is a full-time temporary contractor role for a maximum of three years that works alongside HR&A teams, where employment is via HR&A’s employment partner, Magnit. Magnit benefits include health and wellness benefits and paid holidays.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed. 

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Learn more at https://www.hraadvisors.com/broadband-and-digital-equity/.

For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com.

Analyst, Digital Equity Programs

THE PRACTICE | Over the next decade, the federal government, states, localities, philanthropies, and private businesses are projected to spend $200 billion on new Broadband and Digital Equity programs. HR&A’s Broadband and Digital Equity practice is built to provide a full suite of strategic planning, staffing, program management, and implementation services to maximize the impact of this historic funding.

Whether we’re helping State Broadband Offices deliver their Broadband and Digital Equity plans, supporting municipalities to structure public-private partnerships and digital inclusion services, or building capacity in community anchor institutions and nonprofits, our work is focused on designing and delivering sustainable programs and partnerships that close the digital divide and promote economic opportunity for all.

THE OPPORTUNITY | The Federal Government will spend at least $2.75 billion over the next six years to design, develop, and deliver Statewide Digital Equity Plans as well as municipal and community-based programs to ensure that historic investments in universal, affordable broadband access build more inclusive, dynamic, and equitable economies, education and healthcare systems, and government services. Our team is leading or supporting several such efforts for states, counties, cities, and nonprofits across the country, and we are seeking exceptional talent at all levels to help conduct research, advise on, develop, produce, and manage digital equity plans and programs that make measurable impact to close the digital divide in these communities.

The planning process includes assessing needs, including through robust interagency, intergovernmental, and community engagement, developing measurable goals and objectives, quantitative and qualitative analysis on how digital equity impacts a jurisdiction’s priorities in other areas such as economic development, education, healthcare, workforce development, delivering essential services, and engaging stakeholders.

The Analyst, Digital Equity Programs will support the design, development, and delivery of Statewide Digital Equity Plans as well as state, municipal, and community-based programs. Analysts are ambitious professionals typically with at least 2-5 years of professional experience who are core to our project teams and responsible for a broad range of tasks and bring diverse experiences and deep due diligence to our work.  The Analyst, Digital Equity Programs will be dedicated to HR&A’s Broadband & Digital Equity Practice, with a passion for delivering equitable outcomes of internet access in communities across the country. Primary tasks may include, but will not be limited to:

  • Assessing digital equity needs, including through robust interagency, intergovernmental, and community engagement processes, and collaborating with the firm’s digital equity data team
  • Supporting the development of measurable goals and objectives for successful, equitable program design, investment prioritization, and implementation tracking
  • Quantitative and qualitative analysis on how digital equity impacts a jurisdiction’s priorities in other areas such as economic development or education
  • Supporting the design of effective programs and policies for closing the digital divide, tailored to the distinct dynamics of the communities they are designed to serve
  • Collaborating with digital inclusion service providers, including libraries, schools, community-based organizations, and national nonprofits
  • Supporting the management of direct service delivery by digital inclusion service providers
  • Scoping, structuring, creating, and reviewing client deliverables, and producing high-quality on-time results, including presentations and briefing books, digital equity plans and reports, analytical memos, and meeting minutes
  • Promulgating best practices for digital equity program design in communities across the country, including supporting new business development pursuits

Preferred Qualifications:

  • A clear passion for and experience in digital equity policy and programs
  • Experience with promoting systems change in government and economic empowerment, and/or capacity-building in community anchor institutions and community-based organizations
  • At least two to five years of experience in government service, management consulting or comparable client-facing functions in professional services, or other relevant experience in the broadband, digital equity, or economic and community development industries
  • Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) with a focus on public policy, economics, business, or other closely related fields
  • Exceptionally strong written and verbal communication skills and ability to represent the team with members of the digital equity ecosystems in which we work
  • Demonstrated capacity for leadership, critical thinking, and creativity
  • Experience managing fast-paced, collaborative teams and projects, including scoping, structuring, creating, and reviewing deliverables
  • Ability to work across assignments, including managing multiple project workstreams and deadlines
  • Exceptional ability to engage with and earn the trust of local leaders, community leaders, and businesses on complex broadband issues
  • Desire to help build the Broadband & Digital Equity team’s consulting and program management business, improving the quality of our work and expanding our impact

COMPENSATION | The annual salary range for this position is $80,000 to $92,000.  Where an offer falls inside the pay range is dependent on experience.  This position is a full-time temporary contractor role for a maximum of three years that works alongside HR&A teams, where employment is via HR&A’s employment partner, Magnit. Magnit benefits include health and wellness benefits and paid holidays.

HOW TO APPLY | HR&A is committed to attracting and retaining a talented, diverse, competitive team of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of urban life. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document at https://hraadvisors.applytojob.com/apply/. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications without a cover lever will not be reviewed. 

We ask that you submit a version of your resume that has your school information removed. There is no need to reformat your resume, and you should leave your degree (e.g. “B.A. Economics”). But please remove all undergraduate and graduate school name references. This request is part of our ongoing work to build a hiring system that is free from bias and based on candidate merit and performance in the hiring process.

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, veteran status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Learn more at https://www.hraadvisors.com/broadband-and-digital-equity/.

For more information, please contact us at jobs@hraadvisors.com.