The William Davidson Institute (WDI) is an independent, non-profit research and educational organization located on the University of Michigan’s central campus in Ann Arbor. When WDI is accepting submissions for an opportunity, they will be listed below.
Only those who submit the requested information will be considered for the related opportunity.
• Have a “consulting” personality (others consider you “enterprising,” and you’re known for your independent, energetic spirit); someone who takes initiative
• Have firsthand experience with issues and conditions common to those living in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs)
• Possess superior written and verbal communication skills in English (Spanish and/or French is a bonus), and have confidence to provide presentations
• Have a quantitative mindset
• Relish solving challenging global problems with your analytical skills
• Enjoy synthesizing complex information, framing problems and explaining it in a way that third parties can comprehend it with an ultimate goal of meeting customers’ needs
• Enjoy desk research and literature reviews to ferret out the most relevant and important information
• Contribute as a “team player” who is flexible, able to adjust to changing priorities, and can navigate ambiguities that are outside of your control while also working independently
• Enjoy learning new things, so working in a variety of sectors (global healthcare, healthcare delivery, energy and mobility, sustainability, etc.) appeals to you
• Have a minimum of two (2) years of full-time work experience
• Have a bachelor’s and/or master’s in business administration — or in public health or any of the health sciences fields and a basic understanding of international business development?
If this describes you and you are authorized to work full-time in the USA, please email your resume and a brief letter of introduction to: firstname.lastname@example.org