Website The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, Program on Data and Governance
Law school research program at a major university
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law seeks a Program Manager for the Program on Data and Governance (PDG). This Program studies how to govern advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and other innovative uses of personal data so that they advance, rather than undermine, social values such as privacy, fairness, equality and accountability. The Program conducts non-partisan, interdisciplinary research, hosts conferences and speaker events, advises policymakers and organizations, and engages students on vital questions regarding the governance of advanced analytics and AI. Under the direction of the Faculty Director, the Program Manager will: plan, organize and manage conferences and speaker events; monitor and manage the program budget, grants and grant reporting; draft communications materials; manage and write content for the program website, blog, events calendar, and social media accounts; organize and support meetings, projects and fundraising efforts; and undertake other, relevant duties as assigned by the Faculty Director.
Target Salary Range: $62,700 – 67,000 annually
Master’s degree with a focus on law, policy, business, ethics or social sciences; or equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Experience in program planning and administration is required.