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    The Wilson Center was established by an Act of Congress in 1968 as the national, living memorial honoring President Woodrow Wilson.

    Along with the National Gallery of Art and Kennedy Center, it is one of the three entities affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution, and is governed by its own presidentially appointed Board of Trustees. The Center provides a non-partisan policy forum for tackling issues through independent research and open dialogue that seeks to inform actionable ideas for the policy community and the public at large. It offers a bridge between the world and Washington and between critical ideas and policy practice.  Most of the Center's outreach efforts take place within the Center itself, but some of the activities take place in the region.

    The Canada Institute works to advance and improve the U.S.-Canada policy environment and provide a forum for Canadian issues in Washington. Major issues include economic competitiveness and trade, energy and environment, and shared prosperity and security within the North American region.

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    A. Economic Research

    Provides support in research and preparation of detailed economic reports and publications using mathematical and statistical models. Works closely with staff and scholars to recommend initiatives and solutions to address U.S.-Canada economic problems.

    B. Economic Analysis

    Assists the program staff and scholars to develop quantitative models and forecasting tools to analyze and evaluate economic performance of government programs and bilateral trade policies.

    C. Program Communications and Support

    Assists with the production of program specific meeting reports, briefing notes, program newsletter, and publications.

    Contributes to program’s social media and conventional media presentations, acting as liaison to English and French-language media and academic sources.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel may be required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    Open to the public.

    This is a Trust funded position and NOT a Federal Government position.

    Temporary appointment not to exceed 2 years. Extension is subject to budget constraints and management approval.


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