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A career is a personal, yet shared journey that lasts over the course of a lifetime. We know that people move on to pursue their next career challenges, and that’s why we’re open and supportive when it happens. While it’s sad to lose great people, we consider it an opportunity to stay connected and grow our network of alumni and friends. If you’re interested in returning, or want to refer a stellar candidate, please reach out and contact our HR department.
Knowing if that move is right for you and gaining the experience necessary to get a job in an “alternative” science career can be difficult. We understand this struggle and may have an opportunity for you!
We offer a volunteer fellowship program for science professionals who are interested in transitioning away from the bench. Each fellowship is tailored to the interest, background, and available time of the fellow. Fellowship opportunities may include work in public policy, program management, research and evaluation, or communications. If you’re interested in applying, please send us a resume and your best cover letter explaining your availability and why you’re interested in the fellowship.
Use the LinkedIn plugin below to search your network, reach out, and connect! Our people play vital roles in helping identify and refer candidates who may be great Ripplers in the future. Search our current openings, and feel free to contact our Human Resources department for more information.
Because we deal with constantly-evolving challenges, we value people who are constantly training, re-training, adapting to workforce trends, and learning from successes—as well as mistakes. If you’re an experienced professional with excellent judgment and a proven ability to get things done, you could be a great fit. Search our current openings and read up on our total rewards benefits package.
We offer a variety of scientific opportunities to work in public policy, program management, research and evaluation, communications, or graphic design. We also offer internships for students interested in office and workforce management, including opportunities in logistics, recruiting, and retention. If you’re interested in applying, please send us a resume and your best cover letter explaining why you’re interested in the internship.
“Public comment” refers to the process of soliciting feedback from the public or membership on official reports, regulations, guidelines or programs. Public comments generally take one of two forms: Rulemaking — formal public consultation; Request for Information — informal public consultation. Comments are analyzed, synthesized, and disseminated to assist with decision-making.
Public consultations give voice to stakeholders and provide organizations with more detailed scientific, economic or industry expertise needed to develop the most effective processes, policies and guidelines.
Our five step process to facilitate the solicitation, receipt and analysis of public comments includes:
Why did you start Ripple Effect?
What is a hobby of yours?
What is a funny quirk about you that people might not know?
Advice to someone wanting to start their own business?
How did you join Ripple Effect?
What do you do in your free time?
What are you proudest of in your career?
Who is your biggest role model?
How did you get involved in finance?
What is an interest you have outside of work?
Advice for professionals wanting to enter the finance field?
Why is communications so important for a business’s success?
What are some of your hobbies?
Fun fact about you?
What are you proudest of?
What does your day-to-day job involve?
Why is science policy so important to Ripple’s business?
What is a fun fact about you?
What advice do you have for those following in your footsteps?
What does it mean to be the Director of Scientific Workforce?
What’s the biggest challenge you face in your role?
Advice to young professionals?
Tell us about your career path. What were you doing before Ripple Effect?
What’s a hobby of yours?
Why is Research and Evaluation so important to what Ripple Effect does?
Advice you would give a young professional?
Tell us about your career path. How did you get here?
What motivates you?
What are some of your hobbies?
Advice for future professionals entering your field?