See below for details of job vacancies at More in Common.

In taking on the challenge of uniting divided societies, More in Common is grappling with a daunting problem that has many dimensions. We believe that we have a better chance at success if our team reflects a broad range of disciplines, social and cultural backgrounds, beliefs, political persuasions and life experiences. For this reason, we strongly encourage people from across the political spectrum (conservative, liberal and progressive), people of colour, people from religious or ethnic minorities, LGBTQ individuals, and candidates with disabilities to apply to join our team.

If no positions are advertised, you are welcome to send a CV and covering letter to as we are always on the look-out for talented people and can add you to our talent pool for when opportunities come up.

Available Jobs

(Senior) Associate Research (m/f/x) - More in Common Germany

We are looking for a full-time (80-100%) (Senior) Associate Researcher (m/f/x) to join the More in Common Germany team in Berlin as soon as possible.

As a (Senior) Associate Researcher, you are involved in the conception, implementation, evaluation and dissemination of our research - not within a purely academic "research silo", but in close exchange with our entire team and the facets of our approach (communication of research, translation in practice, partner work).


Political Analysis and Communications Associate - More in Common US

More in Common US is looking for a full-time Political Analysis and Communications Associate. Deadline is June 30. 

The associate will lead political analysis of polling information that contributes to national debates with insights and solutions for leaders in politics, media, civil society, business, community, and philanthropy. This role involves collaborating on research on current issues to better capture what Americans think beyond divisive binaries to highlight the values of the exhausted majority on various topics in our national discourse. 

Key responsibilities include integrating data analysis with storytelling and turning around timely and impactful insights that can inform national conversations.