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Resonance harnesses the talent of our passionate, action-oriented team members to change the world. We deliver realistic, actionable solutions to help our clients turn insights into reality, cutting through complexities to solve global challenges.

You will do your best work and you will work your hardest at Resonance. You’ll work with USAID, State Department, other leading donor agencies, private foundations and commercial clients, to facilitate market-led solutions that address global development challenges. Whether it is food security, countering violent extremism, climate change, sustainable fisheries, or human trafficking, our team works on the big issues and has big responsibilities. Our diverse team of professionals are well-informed doers who thrive in high-paced, action-oriented environments.

We’re Growing and So Can You

Resonance was founded in 2005 and today we employ dozens of experts at our headquarters in Burlington, Vermont; offices in Washington, D.C. and Seattle; and field staff located in over 10 countries. Our clients include leading donor agencies such as USAID, Fortune 500 companies, development banks, NGOs, and foundations.

Join our team. A new adventure awaits.

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Summer Fellowship - Inclusive Business

Resonance is exploring ways in which we can support businesses that are trying to take their products and services to new markets and a new tier of customer at the Base of the Pyramid (BoP). In this growing practice area of Unlocking Markets, we have worked primarily with technology and extractive industries. With this foundation in place, we are exploring ways in which we can better understand customer needs and our ability to deliver services that can solve their problems. Accordingly, we are seeking an MBA student (or recent grad) as a Summer Fellow in Resonance’s Burlington, Vermont, office for 8 weeks (May – August, subject to Fellow’s academic calendar schedule) to help us better understand the Inclusive Business marketspace. The Fellow will conduct market research to help answer the following questions: • What are the overall market trends in Inclusive Business? Market size? Key themes? Industry leaders?• Where do professionals in the Inclusive Business function sit within their companies (sustainability, new markets, corporate affairs, supply chain, etc.)? What are pain points and challenges?• Who are the competitors in this space and what services are they offering?• Building on Resonance’s core capabilities, what (if any) problems are we best positioned to help solve in Inclusive Business? What is our value proposition?• What are the key Inclusive Business convenings, events and publications? What industry associations (if any) do Inclusive Business professionals look to for inspiration in this arena? • Based on the above research and analysis, the Fellow will provide findings and recommendations regarding Resonance’s strategy regarding Inclusive Business. What is the best modality for Resonance to explore further?

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Chief Of Party, USAID's Zambia Alternatives To Charcoal

Resonance is currently seeking a Chief of Party (COP) candidates to propose for an upcoming 5-year USAID-funded Zambia Alternatives to Charcoal project. The purpose of this activity is to promote energy alternatives to charcoal with the goal of reducing deforestation and forest degradation. The position is contingent upon contract award. The Chief of Party will lead the program by providing management and technical direction. This position is responsible for the overall activities of the program through strategic leadership and decision making. The Chief of Party will work directly with USAID and will be a key liaison to implementing partners, other stakeholders, and the Government of Zambia. This position will ensure full compliance with all USAID, Resonance, and other fiduciary policies and will oversee the project reporting process in line with donor requirements. The Chief of Party will supervise project staff including professional performance management and coaching. The COP is expected to have both the technical and management qualifications necessary to manage a complex environmental and renewable energy USAID‐funded program.

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Communications Assistant, USAID's PEPSE Project

Resonance is seeking candidates to join our dynamic team in the role of Communications Assistant with our USAID-funded Promoting Excellence in Private Sector Engagement (PEPSE) project. Resonance supports the private sector engagement (PSE) efforts worldwide for the client, USAID Global Development Lab’s Center for Transformational Partnerships.   The Communications Assistant will provide critical project implementation support and play a vital role in our communications efforts on the project, including writing, editing, creating multimedia products and presentations. S/he will contribute to social media, website management, blog writing and provide general administrative support to the project team.   This is a full‐time position based in Washington, DC, reporting to the PEPSE’s Senior Communications & Engagement Lead.

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Design Team Lead, USAID's Catalyst Project

Project Description Resonance supports the Center for Development Innovation at the USAID Global Development Lab’s Development Innovation Ventures (https://www.usaid.gov/div), Grand Challenges and Prizes (https://www.usaid.gov/grandchallenges) and other Open Innovation initiatives through the USAID Catalyst project. The Catalyst project is a five-year, $24 million buy-in mechanism that provides institutional support and technical assistance in the design and implementation of innovation and challenge programs.   Position Description Resonance is seeking candidates to join our dynamic Catalyst Project in the role of Open Innovation Design Team Lead. This position will be at the leading-edge of expanding the effective use of open innovation approaches across USAID. This position will lead the design of open innovation competitions and programs and contribute to partnership building and related analysis and learning. S/he will work across the Catalyst project’s funding streams and workstream areas, coordinate with and manage resources from the project’s partners, and directly engage clients and other stakeholder in collaboration with the Chief of Party.  

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Project Assistant, Secure Communities

Resonance is seeking candidates to join our dynamic team in the role of Project Assistant in the Secure Communities practice area. The Project Assistant will provide critical support to the team’s project implementation and business development efforts, primarily for USAID- and Department of State-funded projects. The team’s portfolio focuses on democracy and governance, youth development, workforce development, education, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and countering violent extremism (CVE).   This is a full-time position based in Burlington, VT, reporting to the Senior Manager, Secure Communities (in Burlington). Ability to travel up to 20% internationally on short notice required.

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Project Assistant (Administrative Support), Inclusive Markets

Resonance is seeking candidates to join our dynamic team in the role of Project Assistant in the Inclusive Markets practice area. The Project Assistant will provide critical support to the team’s administration of multiple USAID-funded institutional support contracts focused on promoting private sector engagement (PSE) and open innovation across USAID. This is a full-time position based in Burlington, VT, reporting to the Director, Inclusive Markets. Ability to travel up to 20% internationally on short notice required.

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Analyst, Inclusive Markets

The Analyst in the Inclusive Markets practice area will provide critical project implementation support throughout the project life cycle and play a vital role in our business development efforts across the practice. The Analyst will support the team’s administration of multiple complex US-based and field-based USAID-funded contracts focused on promoting private sector engagement (PSE) and economic growth; and agriculture, competitiveness, and trade. S/he will also support the capture and proposal development process for USG- and other donor-funded contracts.   This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC, reporting to the Deputy Director for Inclusive Markets, and the Agriculture, Competitiveness and Trade sub-practice area. Ability to travel 20% internationally on short notice required.

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Graphic Designer & Video Editor

Resonance seeks a creative, passionate, and inspired Graphic Designer and Video Editor to help bring our brand to life. This position oversees all aspects of graphic design and video production. They will report to the company’s Director of Strategy and Innovation, and are billable for communications-related projects 30% of the time.

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Manager, Strategic Partnerships

The political, social, and economic landscape in emerging markets is rapidly changing. Many companies are recognizing that they play an important role in the economic and social growth of countries where they are sourcing, selling, or operating. Resonance believes that driving social change and business growth are not mutually exclusive, and that programs that are tied to companies’ bottom lines are more likely to have sustainable effect. We’ve seen tremendous growth in our commercial and foundation over the last several years, serving clients like PepsiCo, Pearson, Microsoft, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Cargill. We need you to help us build an even stronger business with clients in the commercial sustainability and foundation sectors.   Resonance is seeking a smart, strategic, and entrepreneurial Manager, Strategic Partnerships to join our Commercial Sustainability Services Team, based in Seattle, Wa. The Manager, Strategic Partnerships will be responsible for working with the Corporate Sustainability Services team and a cross-functional working group of colleagues to drive further business growth among corporate and foundation clients. The ideal candidate for this role will have prior sales and/or business development experience, with a strong emphasis on selling consulting services, and an orientation toward results. Additionally, the candidate must have strong understanding of corporate sustainability, corporate social responsibility, international development, and the economic and social dynamics of emerging markets in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. S/he will be skilled at articulating the value that Resonance can bring to prospective clients, and comfortable interacting with clients from across a variety of functions and in a variety of roles. This role will be interacting extensively with prospective and existing clients on a daily basis, so candidates must have the ability to manage multiple wokrstreams, operate in an often ambiguous and changing environment, and shift focus quickly and efficiently. In addition, we expect this to contribute to core projects as necessary.   This is a full-time position reporting to the Director, Commercial Sustainability Services. This is a great career opportunity to join a dynamic and growing team.  

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Chief Of Party, USAID's Ukraine Monitoring And Learning Support

Resonance is seeking candidates to serve as Chief of Party based in Kiev, Ukraine for an anticipated USAID-funded project focused on Ukraine Monitoring and Learning. The contract will holistically assist the USAID Regional Mission for Ukraine in its overall monitoring, and its collaborating, learning and adapting (CLA) needs over the implementation of its five-year 2018-2023 Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS). This contract has two major objectives, USAID/Ukraine CDCS implementation support, and holistic support for ongoing Mission monitoring and learning needs.

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Chief Of Party, Communications & Knowledge Management For Water & WASH

Resonance is seeking candidates to serve as Chief of Party for an anticipated USAID-funded project focused on Communications and Knowledge Management for Water and WASH. This anticipated project is expected to support USAID to collect data and disseminate water sector program knowledge within and outside the agency. The project would be expected to provide USAID research and analysis to improve program outcomes and learning and enhance communication and outreach to increase awareness of USAID water program activities and results to a wide range of stakeholders and partners. The Chief of Party will be responsible for overall strategic and operational coordination of program activities. S/he should have a comprehensive understanding of issues related to managing a sub-award/sub-contract program that serves clients in developing countries supported by U.S. Government funding; strong management experience, problem solving and interpersonal skills, and experience in budgeting and financial management. S/he will also have experience in interacting with U.S. Government agencies, other donors, and partners.

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Deputy Chief Of Party, WADI II Task Order

Resonance is seeking candidates to join our team in the role of Deputy Chief of Party for one of several anticipated Task Orders under the anticipated USAID-funded Water and Development IDIQ Follow-on (WADI II). The DCOP will work closely with the Chief of Party, USAID representatives, members of the Resonance home office project management team, and other internal and external stakeholders to ensure that the project’s deliverables are achieved in a timely and highly responsive manner and in compliance with the requirements of the contract, and the Client and Resonance rules, regulations, and procedures. S/he will oversee and manage various financial, administrative and operational components of the project, and provide leadership in project contract and subcontract management, budget oversight, staff and consultant mobilization and management, client relationship, and HR management for the project.WADI II is expected to support USAID missions, bureaus, and other operating units in implementing USAID’s component of the U.S. Government’s Global Water Strategy. Task orders implemented under this IDIQ will reflect the Agency’s strategic direction in the water sector, including improving health outcomes through the provision of sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and managing agricultural water sustainably and more productively to enhance food security.This will be a full-time exempt position based in a location to be determined following the release of the Task Order, reporting to the Chief of Party. Ability to travel as needed is required.

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Chief Of Party, WADI II Task Order

Resonance is seeking candidates to serve as Chief of Party for one of several anticipated Task Orders under the anticipated USAID-funded Water and Development IDIQ Follow-on (WADI II). WADI II is expected to support USAID missions, bureaus, and other operating units in implementing USAID’s component of the U.S. Government’s Global Water Strategy. Task orders implemented under this IDIQ will reflect the Agency’s strategic direction in the water sector, including improving health outcomes through the provision of sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and managing agricultural water sustainably and more productively to enhance food security.The Chief of Party will be responsible for overall strategic and operational coordination of program activities. S/he should have a comprehensive understanding of issues related to managing a sub-award/sub-contract program that serves clients in developing countries supported by U.S. Government funding; strong management experience, problem solving and interpersonal skills, and experience in budgeting and financial management. S/he will also have experience in interacting with U.S. Government agencies, other donors, and partners.

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Recruiter

Resonance is seeking a global development Recruiter to join our dynamic and entrepreneurial firm. The Recruiter will join Resonance’s Recruitment team to identify individuals for positions on global development proposals and current projects covering a wide variety of technical sectors. S/he will also contribute to headquarters/US-based staff recruitment as our team experiences rapid growth. This is a full-time exempt position based in Burlington, VT, or Washington, DC, reporting to the Talent Manager. Ability to travel as needed is required.

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Data Management Analyst, PEPSE

Resonance is seeking candidates for the role of Data Management Analyst on our USAID-funded Promoting Excellence in Private Sector Engagement (PEPSE) project. Reporting to the PEPSE Chief of Party (or his/her designee), the Data Management Analyst provides full-cycle inputs to the collection, validation, cleaning, analysis, and visualization of data, and supports insights, learning, knowledge management and communication activities related to the clients (USAID Global Development Lab’s Center for Transformational Partnerships) private sector engagement (PSE) efforts worldwide. The candidate will lead on implementation of all efforts related to Task 2 of the project, including data collection, analysis and monitoring and evaluation. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC.

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Technical Experts: WASH & Water Security

Resonance is seeking qualified technical experts for USAID’s anticipated Water and Development IDIQ (WADI) Follow-on, focused on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and water security activities globally. The WADI follow-on is expected to support USAID missions, bureaus, and other operating units in implementing USAID’s component of the U.S. Government’s Global Water Strategy. Task orders implemented under this IDIQ will reflect the Agency’s strategic direction in the water sector, including improving health outcomes through the provision of sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and managing agricultural water sustainably and more productively to enhance food security.

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Manager, Project Operations

As a member of Resonance’s Project Operations team, the Manager will play a critical role in supporting the implementation of Resonance’s projects throughout the project life cycle. S/he will provide guidance and practical support to the project management units on all matters related to project financial management, operations, contract and subcontract management, and compliance. S/he will also support the implementation of Resonance’s business development strategy by participating in the proposal development process in a variety of roles.  The Project Operations Manager will be based in Burlington, VT, and will work in close collaboration with Resonance’s project staff and other departments within the company. S/he will report to the Project Operations Director.

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Chief Of Party, Laos Business Innovation And Entrepreneurship Program

Resonance is seeking candidates to serve as Chief of Party for USAID's anticipated the Laos Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program, which is intended to support U.S. Government’s efforts to strengthen business innovation and entrepreneurship in Lao PDR. The Chief of Party will be responsible for overall strategic and operational coordination of program activities. S/he should have a comprehensive understanding of issues related to managing a sub-award/sub-contract program that serves clients in developing countries supported by U.S. Government funding; strong management experience, problem solving and interpersonal skills, and experience in budgeting and financial management. S/he will also have experience in interacting with U.S. Government agencies, other donors, and partners.

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Controller

Resonance is seeking candidates to join our growing global consulting firm’s Finance department in the role of Controller. The Controller will serve as a leader in the Finance department and will be responsible for managing the accounting team, including Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, GL, payroll, and cash management functions. This is a full-time position based in Burlington, VT, reporting to the Chief Financial Officer.

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Director, Natural Capital

The Director, Natural Capital, leads the growth of the Natural Capital portfolio, manages staff and resourcing, and serves as a thought leader across the company. The Director leads his/her team in identifying, analyzing, and pursuing relevant business development opportunities with donor agencies and commercial clients, and provides strategic technical direction for the growth of the practice area. In addition, s/he manages the team’s workflow and oversees all aspects of project implementation.The Natural Capital practice’s work spans numerous aspects of natural resource management, including: sustainable fishing, access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), integrated water management, climate resiliency and adaptation, biodiversity conservation, and land tenure and policy. Resonance specializes in private sector engagement, working in partnership with private and public sector entities to promote improved environmental outcomes. We develop partnerships with local and multinational businesses, strengthen conservation and social enterprises, and link sustainable financing to pressing natural capital issues. From advancing sustainable fisheries management in South East Asia to combating wildlife poaching in Africa, Resonance believes we can conserve the environment and support green innovation, benefiting communities, companies, and the planet.This is a full-time position based in Burlington, VT, or Washington, DC, reporting to the VP, Government Services. Ability to travel internationally on short notice, and US work authorization required.

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Technical Director, PEPSE

Resonance is seeking candidates to join our dynamic team in the role of Technical Director on the 5-year, $24 million, Promoting Excellence in Private Sector Engagement (PEPSE) project, which works to support the integration of private sector engagement (PSE) across the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). With guidance from the US Global Development Lab’s Center for Transformational Partnerships (CTP), the Technical Director will work closely with the Project Director, PEPSE team members and other stakeholders (e.g. Resonance and PEPSE network consultants, subcontractors) to provide on-demand support to missions, bureaus, and independent offices (MBIOs) to develop and implement private sector engagement (PSE) strategies and initiatives. The Technical Director will be responsible for technical leadership and management of a portfolio of PSE technical and implementation support, training, and strategic advisory engagements. Primary tasks include: working with CTP and MBIOs to define the purpose and measures of success behind specific assignments, structuring appropriate SOWs, engagement teams, and implementation plans; and collaborating with CTP to deliver high-quality advisory services to client MBIOs. Further, s/he will help PEPSE contribute to CTP’s thought leadership in the areas of private sector engagement and partnership. S/he will play a key role in achieving PEPSE’s goals of facilitating knowledge sharing, networking, and providing data-driven tools for PSE practitioners within USAID. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC, reporting to the PEPSE Project Director.

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Communications Assistant, Catalyst Project

Resonance is seeking candidates to join our dynamic team in the role of Communications Assistant on our USAID-funded Catalyst project. Resonance supports the USAID Global Development Lab’s Development Innovation Ventures (www.usaid.gov/div) and Grand Challenges and Prizes (www.usaid.gov/grandchallenges) initiatives through the implementation of the Catalyst project. The Catalyst project is a five-year, $24 million buy-in mechanism that provides institutional support and technical assistance in the design and implementation of innovation and challenge programs. The Communications Assistant will provide critical project implementation support and play a vital role in our communications efforts on the project, including writing, editing, creating presentations. S/he will contribute to data visualization, social media, report writing, and provide general administrative support to the project team. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC, reporting to the Catalyst Communications Advisor.  

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Vice President, Corporate Sustainability Services

At present, the majority of Resonance revenue is from donor agency clients – USAID, State Department, MCC, Australia’s DFAT and others. In line with our five-year vision, we are growing out a client base among leading companies, foundations, NGOs, and impact investors. Our goal is for Resonance to emerge as a market leader in the design and execution of action-based strategies. In line with this vision, we are seeking a proven Vice President to lead the development and growth of our commercial services practice. As a key member of the Resonance Executive Team, the Vice President will be expected to lead the development and execution of the company’s commercial services strategy, targeting corporate, foundation, investor, and non-profit clients.

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Project Assistant, PEPSE

Resonance is seeking candidates to join our dynamic team in the role of Project Assistant on our USAID-funded Promoting Excellence in Private Sector Engagement (PEPSE) project. The Project Assistant will provide critical implementation support and play a vital role in assisting the project with event planning, coordinating trainings, and carrying out administrative tasks. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC, reporting to the PEPSE Chief of Party.

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Knowledge Management Lead, PEPSE

Resonance is seeking candidates for the role of Knowledge Management Lead on our USAID-funded Promoting Excellence in Private Sector Engagement (PEPSE) project. The Knowledge Management Lead will oversee and implement knowledge management and development of community of practice learning activities that unite and support PEPSE core task areas, and will liaise with the client (USAID Global Development Lab’s Center for Transformational Partnerships) to build and implement the team’s overall knowledge strategy. S/he will work closely with the Chief of Party, as well as with the technical and communications lead staff members, to ensure continuous improvement and expansion of knowledge management activities and community of practice content development across the project. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC, reporting to the PEPSE Chief of Party.

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Senior Associate, Impact Investing

The Senior Associate will play a key role on the Impact Investing team, while also serving across Resonance’s practice areas as a technical resource on topics such as investment opportunity identification & evaluation, capital raising advisory services, and investment strategy development such as structuring result-based financing mechanisms. S/he will play a critical technical role in providing expert advice on mobilizing investment and private capital for development objectives on behalf of Resonance clients (donor agencies, corporations, and non-profits around the world). S/he must be able to work seamlessly across cultures and sectors to identify, develop, and facilitate innovative financing strategies to achieve client objectives in international development. In addition, The Senior Associate will also help drive company growth through business development focused primarily on the private sector, non-profits and foundation clients. S/he will serve as a thought leader, both within the company and through public speaking engagements & writings, developing internal methodologies, and conceptualizing & implementing innovation opportunities. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC, reporting to the Senior Advisor, Impact Investing.  

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Senior Manager, Inclusive Markets

The Senior Manager will join Resonance’s Inclusive Markets practice, which designs partnerships, manages projects, and carries out research and analysis to solve pressing private sector development issues. Our work spans numerous economic development sectors including: agriculture, competitiveness, innovation, and trade, with an overarching focus on Private Sector Engagement (PSE). The Senior Manager will play a critical technical and project management role on the team, facilitating cross-sectoral partnerships on behalf of Resonance clients, managing prime and subcontracts in the agriculture and competitiveness sectors, and leading business development efforts in these areas.This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC, with frequent travel to developing countries to support project implementation activities.

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Manager, Sustainability & Partnerships

Resonance is seeking a thoughtful, creative and entrepreneurial Manager to put Resonance at the forefront of cross-sector collaboration, putting cutting-edge thinking and insight into practice. The Manager will be responsible for end-to-end product management of the Partnership Journey, including product design, tools, methodologies, marketing, staff/client training and knowledge management. Since 2005, Resonance has been a pioneer in designing, facilitating, brokering and managing high-impact cross-sector partnerships among companies, donors and NGOs. In 2017, Resonance began consolidating all of its knowledge and experience in partnerships into a new product, the Partnership Journey. The Manager is expected to be 40% billable to partnership-focused client engagements, providing the Manager with a first-hand understanding of client needs and challenges. The Manager will also play a key role in developing Resonance thought leadership through speaking engagements, partnerships with relevant academic institutions, blogging, and authoring articles for publication.  This is a full-time position based in Burlington, VT, reporting to the Director of Strategy and Innovation. Ability to travel 30% domestically or internationally on short notice required.

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Innovation Portfolio Specialist, USAID Catalyst Project (Consultant)

Project Description: The Catalyst project is a five-year buy-in mechanism that provides institutional support and technical assistance to the design and implementation of open innovation at USAID, including the Development Innovation Ventures (DIV) program. DIV works with partners to identify, fund, test and scale creative solutions to any global development challenge. DIV accepts proposals from innovators anywhere and in any sector. DIV provides tiered grant funding ($50,000 to $5 million) to test new ideas and advance proven solutions that demonstrate rigorous evidence of impact, cost-effectiveness, and pathways to scale. For more information, please visit www.divportfolio.org.     Position Description: Resonance is seeking several short term and part time consultants to support the DIV program. These are interim, possibly part-time positions. Washington, DC location is preferred but telework from other locations is feasible. Consultants must be ready to apply their analytical and problem-solving skills to some of our planet’s greatest challenges in an entrepreneurial, fun, and fast-paced environment. Consultants will help due diligence innovators and serve as an important strategic advisor for a portfolio of organizations that receive grant awards. They will also help analyze DIV’s past portfolio and the practices of peer funds and suggest process improvements. Ideal candidates will be passionate and committed to DIV’s mission, enjoy working in a highly collaborative environment, and be able to deliver results for clients and stakeholders around the world.

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Business Development Consultant - Donor Opportunity Tracking

Resonance is in the process of developing a new tool to better track, manage and curate emerging procurements and solicitations among a number of US and international donors. As a part of this process, we are looking for a tech savvy business development consultant to map various donor databases and develop a dashboard where donor opportunities can be tracked and curated for various business units. The goal of this consultancy is to move quickly and efficiently to develop a minimum viable product (MVP) and get it in front of users quickly – by the end of February 2019. The tool will be further refined and tailored based on user feedback – a process that may lead to subsequent engagements with the consultant.

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Senior Manager, Secure Communities

The Senior Manager in the Secure Communities/Human Capital practice area will lead project management activities for current and anticipated contracts focused on governance, youth development, workforce development, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and countering violent extremism (CVE). The Senior Manager will report to the Director, Secure Communities & Human Capital. This will be a full-time position based in Washington, D. C.

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Benefits of Being Part of Resonance

Team members at Resonance have access to a 401k retirement plan; healthcare, including vision and dental; a generous and competitive salary; opportunity for relocation reimbursement; and commuter benefits.

Resonance has an atmosphere that fosters creativity and innovation. Employees enjoy opportunities for growth and professional development through field immersion, workshops, trainings, brownbags, and project updates. We have a collaborative work environment with an open floor plan, breakout rooms, and Ergo workstations. We have a lot to celebrate and do so with frequent social events, happy hours, and team gatherings.