Open roles below:

Website Developer RFP

Seeking New Board Members

Internship Applications

Fellow and Mentee Programs

Website Developer RFP

The Institute for Research on Male Supremacism is seeking a WordPress website designer and developer to create a user-friendly new website for the organization to better feature our fellows and mentees, publications, webinars, conferences, and other resources. Our maximum budget for this project is $3000.

Male supremacist ideology is the belief in cisgender men’s superiority and right to dominate, control, or erase “others”: cis and trans women, trans men, and non-binary people. IRMS supports a community of researchers  committed to exposing and challenging common narratives that uphold male supremacist ideology. Our research draws on intersectionality and reproductive justice frameworks in emphasizing the intersections of misogyny and transmisogyny with other axes of oppression, such as racism, xenophobia, antisemitism, and heterosexism.

Interested candidates please send a cover letter, portfolio samples, and proposed budget and services to contact@theirms.org with the subject line “Website Developer [Your Name].” We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis.

Seeking New Board Members

IRMS is seeking new board members to join our team. If you would like to contribute to shaping and supporting our work to challenge misogyny, please send a brief email stating your interest to contact@theirms.org with the subject line “Prospective Board Member [Your Name].”

Institute for Research on Male Supremacism Intern

The Institute for Research on Male Supremacism (IRMS) is seeking a paid intern to support the work of the executive director approximately 5 hours/week. We are seeking a candidate with a strong interest in learning about and challenging male supremacist and misogynist mobilizations. The intern will work directly with the executive director providing support in a variety of areas as needs arise, including updating the website, social media, graphic design, editing/copyediting, fundraising, research, building bibliographies, blogging, and other tasks. The position is virtual.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to contact@theirms.org with the subject line “Internship Application [Your Name].” Please indicate in your cover letter your available start and end dates. Summer applications for 2022 have closed and we are currently accepting applications for fall/winter interns.

Mentorship and Fellowship Programs

Please visit the mentorship and fellowship program tabs on this website for information about whether we are currently accepting applications.