We like all sorts of positive people from all sorts of backgrounds, and as most of the people we seek speak at least 2 languages. It is a multi-cultural workplace where different cultures are encouraged. All our professional staff require at least a bachelor degree and a master’s is preferred.
Working at 2thinknow requires an open-minded attitude and a ‘can do’ mind set. Attitude to innovation sets us apart. Our staff are open-minded to new and ancient market and economic concepts and ideas — evidence and data drive all we do. Socialists and fans of complex academic economic theories will not fit with our practical, evidence-based approach.
Please submit your CV to our Melbourne Office or through an agent to contact us.
All 2thinknow innovation analysts have a Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree from a major university in I.T., accounting, finance, or commerce. Our analysts provide content for client projects, the Innovation Course and our City Benchmarking Data services.
Our project-based communications network is composed of multi-lingual, dynamic thinkers who have received 2thinknow’s innovation modelling, innovation design and/or innovation analysis training. They create proposals and build relationships with our clients.
2thinknow are time to time seeking to hire people in communication roles. Good attitude, past writing experience and perfect writing aptitude and skills needed.
2thinknow have given a first start to over 50 interns from different countries since 2010, and many have become 2thinknow team members on future projects.
Currently as at May 2016 the internship program is not accepting applications.
Consultants and Trainers
Experienced business people with good marks from top universities in arts, economics or commerce and commercial industry experience can apply in future to become consultants and trainers at 2thinknow.
Executive Director, Christopher Hire
Our Executive Director, Christopher Hire, is a leading authority on urban & regional innovation and the creator of the Innovation Cities Index, Program and Framework since entering the field in 2005.Hire has a 19 year leadership background in I.T., technical analysis, training and graphic design projects for leading corporations ranging from Coca-Cola to Toyota and from religious NGOs to international, state, federal and local government in Australia. A multi-disciplinary practitioner in design, I.T., business and analysis, Hire oversees the annual requirements of the Innovation Cities™ Program globally from Melbourne, Australia.