Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Vice President of People and Culture, Washington, DC
About Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) is a nonpartisan research and policy institute that advances federal and state policies to help build a nation where everyone — regardless of income, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, ZIP code, immigration status, or disability status — has the resources they need to thrive and share in the nation’s prosperity.
CBPP combines rigorous research and analysis, strategic communications, and effective advocacy to shape debates, affect policy, and inform effective implementation both nationally and in states. It works closely with a broad set of national, state, and community organizations to design and advance policies that promote economic justice; improve health; broaden opportunity in areas like housing, health care, employment, and education; and lower structural barriers for people of color and others in communities that continue to face systemic barriers to opportunity. CBPP promotes state and federal policies that will build a more equitable nation and fair tax policies that can support these gains over the long term. CBPP also shows the harmful impacts of policies and proposals that would deepen poverty, widen disparities, and worsen health outcomes.
To learn more about Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, please visit https://www.cbpp.org/
The Vice President of People & Culture provides executive-level leadership and guidance to CBPP. As a member of the leadership and executive team, the Vice President is responsible for advancing office culture while driving human resource policies, procedures, and implementation to ensure that the organization is recruiting and retaining a talented and diverse staff that is well-prepared to help the organization meet its mission while fostering an inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible workplace. The Vice President will ensure that staff are supported in their roles and have opportunities for training, creativity, and advancement and that the organization’s culture is welcoming and inclusive, supporting staff engagement, well-being, and success.
The Vice President will report to the Chief Operating Officer and will oversee both the human resources and office services departments which includes 4 HR staff members, an HR intern, and 2 office services staff members. The Vice President will work closely with the Vice President for Equity and Inclusion in the critical work of ensuring that all staff feel a sense of mattering and belonging.
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