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The Senior Account Analyst is responsible for accurately performing more complex accounting tasks including account analysis, reconciliations, budget variance analysis, etc. with minimum supervision
The Associate Director partners with the Director of New Ventures & Product to help shape new products, create market tests and build go to market strategies. This role will identify, evaluate, recommend and pilot new business opportunities with the goal of expanding CR’s reach & growing and diversifying our revenue streams.
For 80 years, Consumer Reports has stood alongside consumers, empowering them with the knowledge they need to make free, informed, confident choices in a complex marketplace. An independent, nonprofit organization, Consumer Reports works to make the world fairer, safer, and healthier through its rigorous, unrivaled testing and analysis of products and services, groundbreaking investigative reporting on marketplace issues, and by amplifying consumer voices so that they are heard and responded to by manufacturers, regulators, and government leaders.
Consumer Reports Board: Consumer Reports is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that meets for two days, three times a year. Through an annual election in which subscribers to Consumer Reports products are eligible to vote, new Directors are added to the Board when necessary and incumbents are re-elected to the Board when eligible. Potential Board members come from a variety of sources, and some nominate themselves. Some of our most talented Board members have been self-nominated.
For more information about the current members of the Board of Directors, Board structure and responsibilities, and the organization’s annual report, please click on these links:
https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/about-us/board-members/index.htm https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/about-us/by-laws/index.htm https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/about-us/annual-report/index.htm
Applications are due by October 15, 2019
Finalist candidates for the 2020 slate of nominees to the Consumer Reports Board will be contacted in the winter of 2019 and interviewed in the spring of 2020. The slate of candidates will then be determined by the Board and put to an up-or-down vote by the membership during the Summer of 2020. The results will be announced at the Annual Meeting in October 2020, with service on the Board to begin at that time.
The DevOps Engineer is part of a team supporting and scaling the production infrastructure for the delivery of web applications to millions of Consumer Reports users. This role is responsible for supporting the DevOps team in building and managing various components of CR’s web infrastructure focusing on continuous integration, automated software releases, configuration management and system management in a high-availability cloud environment.
The Associate Director, Strategic Communications reports to the Director, Strategic Communications and is responsible for leading a team that will develop and execute communications strategies for CR’s priority issues across each CR Consumer Impact Area (CIAs): Food, Technology, Money, Health, Home, and Transportation.
The Recruiting Coordinator plays an integral part in managing recruiting activities and building candidate relationships. Working closely with the Talent Acquisition team, this role partners with the hiring managers, candidates, and HR to provide full life cycle recruitment support. This role, in a fast paced evolving organization, is an excellent opportunity to start your career in Human Resources.
The data intelligence program brings in critical revenue to support CR’s mission-oriented work while simultaneously driving upstream market impact to improve product safety, reliability, and innovation for consumers. The Data Intelligence group at CR mines testing, consumer insights, and survey research data to create new data products and subscription services for manufacturers, regulators and researchers in various industries including automotive, appliances and technology.
The Data Intelligence Analyst will leverage data, information management tools, subject matter experts and competitive intelligence to develop critical analyses that will be used to support enterprise-wide strategic decision making at manufacturers, service providers, regulators and researchers.
Develop strategy, coordinate, support and execute CR’s legislative and corporate engagement activities for the Advocacy team. Thoughtfully partner with VP, Advocacy, Director, Mobilization, and senior leaders in Advocacy to optimize and coordinate CR’s relationships, strategies, tactics, and approach in driving advocacy goals. Scope includes legislative strategies at both the federal and state level and efforts to drive marketplace change by partnering with or engaging in public campaigns to change the behaviors of corporations and manufacturers.
At Consumer Reports, we're building a diverse workforce that reflects our society, embraces new ways of thinking, celebrates a wide breadth of experiences, and reflects all of the audiences we serve. Inclusion means valuing the uniqueness that each staff member brings by creating an environment where everyone is welcome. Our objective is simple: for all employees to feel supported so that they're set up for success.
The Associate Director, Marketing Campaign Operations Management will be responsible for driving the delivery of direct mail, email, SMS, app and website marketing campaign requirements, providing campaign management subject matter expertise and communicating project status updates to stakeholders.
As a leader of our team of selection specialists, he/she will operate cross-functionally to ensure that campaign target audiences are built to align with desired business requirements, drive revenue, personalization, and hit target timelines. This individual will be responsible for building & improving standard processes, as well as recommending new selection strategies to further personalize our marketing across channels. This role reports to the Director of Consumer Strategy and Intelligence.
Consumer Reports is seeking a Tool Developer as a member of our new Digital Lab team — a group of tenacious journalists, privacy experts, product testers, technologists and policy analysts dedicated to shining a light on the data privacy and security issues that consumers increasingly face, as well as examining the broader topics of fair market competition, transparency, and consumer choice in today's marketplace. By scaling our capabilities and expertise for the digital era, Consumer Reports is expanding efforts to protect, educate, and empower consumers in our connected world while holding companies to higher standards.
We're looking for someone with hands-on experience designing, writing, and contributing to dashboards, tools and open source projects, and someone who is enthusiastic about tackling big data privacy and security problems. We’re looking for the kind of people who have a healthy GitHub profile (or maybe even BitBucket or GitLab) with contributions to community projects that help the internet and its users cope with modern problems in technology; people who have Matlab and scipy under control, and have started building interactive visualizations with p5.js. We’re looking for people who can look at big data sets, suggest ways to look at them, and build tools to support collaborative team analysis. We’re looking for someone who is keen to experiment, iterate, and incorporate feedback from our team to make us a streamlined investigative unit.
The Tool Developer is responsible for designing and building software components to test and analyze data privacy and security issues in today’s marketplace. This role involves working hand-in-hand with team members and other department to build state of the art scalable and robust web applications that are consumer centric.