As you think about the next step in your career, we encourage you to consider joining us at Harvard Radcliffe Institute.
We have a wide range of positions in our program offices, at the Schlesinger Library, and in our communications, finance, facilities management, events, fundraising, and human resources departments. We offer opportunities to enhance knowledge and skills, and we encourage professional growth and development.
Harvard Radcliffe Institute will always be greater when we draw wisdom and talent from the widest possible pool. This is the principle that has governed Radcliffe’s work for nearly a century and a half and underpins our approach to our community.
We value and champion inclusion, equity, diversity, and belonging in every aspect of our work, and are proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.View open positions at Harvard Careers website Search jobs open to Harvard College students
It’s indescribable how wonderful and yet humbling it is to come to work every day knowing that what we do at the Institute makes a difference. I’m excited to take part in developing and promoting new opportunities while also helping to remove the barriers that prevent access.
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Enter "Radcliffe" in the field marked "Search for Jobs" and click "Find Jobs." This will show you a listing of all vacant Radcliffe positions open for recruitment.Go to Harvard Careers website
Radcliffe Research Partnerships
Work side by side with a Radcliffe fellow. Harvard College students can take part in a research program that students have called “rewarding,” “unique,” and “amazing.”Learn about the Radcliffe Research Partnership program
Harvard is a special place, filled with diverse, energetic, and talented people who are driven to grow and succeed. By working here, you join a vibrant community that advances Harvard’s world-changing mission in meaningful ways, inspires innovation and collaboration, and builds skills and expertise.Learn about Harvard’s benefits, policies, and resources