Opportunity Board

This page is reserved to highlight external career and professional peacebuilding opportunities geared towards individuals. To share an opportunity on this board, please contact Stephanie Budaker at stephanie@allianceforpeacebuilding.org.

May 14, 2020
Career Opportunities

The Monitoring & Evaluation Officer will be responsible for carrying out M&E activities for each project in the Ottawa Dialogue portfolio, using a conflict-sensitive approach and applying best practices in the field. The Monitoring & Evaluation Officer will also be responsible for supporting strategic and innovative thinking on monitoring and evaluation at the organisational level. More specifically, he or she will oversee the continued review and refinement of Ottawa Dialogue’s M&E framework and tools, promote and test innovative methodologies and ensure that M&E is embedded in organisational practices. Accordingly, the
M&E Officer will contribute to improving accountability to internal and external stakeholders, as well as driving evidence-based project management and building a culture of learning and innovation within the

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Serve as primary technical, use of application, and resource support person for AFSC’s online constituent relationship management (CRM) system. Provide a technical resource to AFSC’s programs and/or administrative projects and active involvement throughout the implementation of projects and post production processing.  Support and train CRM users throughout the organization. Maintain accuracy of constituent data stores within the online CRM system.

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The Director of Leadership Gifts focuses on the cultivation and solicitation of individuals who have the greatest potential for supporting AFSC’s programs and supervises gift officers who also solicit leadership gifts (unrestricted and restricted).  The Director of Leadership Gifts relates to donors who require the most deftly carried out cultivation leading to solicitation of major gifts, planned or blended gifts, including bequest intentions.

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American Friends Service Committee is seeking a Senior Trust Accountant. The Senior Trust Accountant runs the daily accounting of planned gifts, endowments, and other long term investments.  Assists the Director of Trusts & Business Services daily and in annual audit.

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The International Center for Religion & Diplomacy (ICRD) is seeking to hire a Program Assistant who will work with the ICRD team to provide support for specific projects, particularly in Yemen and Saudi Arabia and with grant proposals.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.

See the full description here.

This position is based in the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Bureau of Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Affairs (DCHA), in the Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation (CMM).  DCHA/CMM provides technical advice and analysis that respond to the causes and consequences of conflict, fragility and violence to all parts of the Agency, other USG departments and agencies and international partners including other donors and civil society, with the objective of maximizing the effectiveness of conflict-sensitive development programs in this critical area.

The Data Scientist is responsible for working with subject matter experts on conflict and violence and with other data scientists in USAID to support and enhance CMM’s capacity to provide early warning of conflict and violence, diagnose instability and fragility, and to integrate data and analysis into decision making. This position will require coordinating conflict and violence early warning data with other Agency metrics, such as the Journey to Self Reliance.

Learn more here.

The Rotary Foundation is now accepting applications for the fully-funded 2021 Rotary Peace Fellowship. Up to 130 peace and development leaders are selected globally every year to earn either a master’s degree or a professional development certificate in peace and conflict studies at one of seven Rotary Peace Centers at leading universities around the world. The application deadline is May 31. Learn more here.

Know someone who might be a great candidate? Include their name and email in our referral form and we’ll be sure to follow-up with them!

Internship Opportunities

Consultancies, Workshops, and Other Opportunities

Pay-what-you-can-up-to $30.

When terrible things happen, our peace is stolen from us. Most people want to build peace back into their lives.
This 2 hour online training teaches basic concepts, models, and strategies of the 5-day Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience – STAR Training. STAR is a research and practice-supported peacebuilding training integrating neuropsychology, trauma healing and resilience, restorative justice, nonviolent conflict transformation, and broadly defined spirituality. All are welcome to join us online. Space is limited to 30. Optional 2 hours of continuing education is available for Minnesota social workers, teachers, and nurses for an additional $15. This training is in high demand so register early at https://staronlineapr32020.eventbrite.com Sponsored by Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute. STAR is a program of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA https://emu.edu/cjp/star/

The European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) is one of seven Regional Master’s Programmes organised by the Global Campus of Human Rights – a unique network of more than one hundred universities around the world seeking to advance human rights and democracy through regional and global cooperation for education and research. It was created with the support of the European Union and 41 participating universities from all the EU member states

EMA is both a residential and an exchange programme: the first semester from September 2020 to January 2021 is organised at the Global Campus of Human Rights premises in Venice and the second semester from February to July 2021 takes place in one of the EMA participating universities within the member states of the European Union.

Students are taught by leading academics representing the EMA universities, experts and representatives of international organisations and NGOs while studying in a multicultural environment. The curriculum prepares participants for working in national, international, governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations as well as research institutions dealing with human rights and democratisation.

If you have further questions, download the brochure or visit EMA here.

Do you have a complex conservation challenge? Is social conflict complicating or impeding your efforts to create positive change or achieve conservation goals? To understand and address these issues, the Center for Conservation Peacebuilding (CPeace) pioneered the use of Conservation Conflict Transformation (CCT), a positive process by which complex, multilayered conflicts are transformed into opportunities to both engage in the presenting problem and meet deeper needs. Join us for a collaborative-learning workshop to explore how CCT is applicable to your conservation challenge and why addressing the deep-rooted, underlying issues of social conflicts around wildlife and conservation issues may be critical to creating a path toward lasting solutions!

The workshop takes place October 5-9, 2020 at the Festival Center, 1640 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC.

Registration and details are available here.


  • “This is the best investment I have ever made in conservation and my career!”
  • “This is the most amazing course I have ever done…I cannot recommend it enough. It revolutionizes community work.”
  • “What a great experience! I feel privileged to have been able to attend this workshop, which has positively and permanently changed the way I will work with people and deal with conflicts. I don’t remember the last time I was so interested and excited to learn. The process design helped to create a trusting environment between the participants. Both the content and the execution of the workshop was way beyond what I had expected coming into it.”
  • “Francine Madden and CCT rocked my world! I came away feeling like I GET IT!”
  • “The CPeace conservation conflict transformation workshop has truly changed my perception of conflict. I now feel empowered in these conflict situations, whereas before I felt frustrated and overwhelmed. With this training, I now have the tools and confidence to meet my conservation goals.”