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 Nina Ullom at nina@allianceforpeacebuilding.org.

July 16, 2019
Career Opportunities

The purpose of this position is to provide high quality support to contribute to the fulfillment of Peace Catalyst’s mission to “Catalyze Christian-Muslim Peacemaking in the Way of Jesus” by casting vision, giving strategic and thought leadership, recruiting strategic partners
and allies, writing, fundraising, and building a strong infrastructure.

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The purpose of this position is to provide high quality support to Alert Country Offices in Africa
for programme and project design, in order to secure new funding opportunities. This includes
supporting growth/ consolidation of our existing programmes and helping to initiate new
business. The post holder will also monitor and improve quality and impact of programme
delivery across the Africa Programme (AP) through supporting better DM&E.

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AfP seeks a dynamic and ambitious Manager for Communications and Development to elevate
AfP’s public communications and thought leadership among relevant U.S. and global
policymakers and influencers in the national security, foreign policy, and domestic arenas and
with the media and general public

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This position works closely with those seeking and receiving grants, with PYM’s finance department and is responsible for the quality and timeliness of the grants process.

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The Young Friends Program Facilitator is responsible for creating spiritually grounded programs for a community of 9th-12th graders. The facilitator helps to steward a sense of community, safety, and meaningful relationships among the high school age Quakers (or Quaker-interested youth) and their integration into the life of the wider yearly meeting. We are looking for a reliable and engaging individual who values diversity.

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Arch Street Meeting House Preservation Trust (ASMHPT) in conjunction with Philadelphia Yearly Meeting seeks a Director of Development to oversee all fundraising functions for ASMHPT. We are looking for an ambitious and engaging individual that values diversity to contribute to the success of ASMHPT.

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We are looking for an energetic individual with excellent customer service and problem-solving skills to join our team.  This position is responsible for administrative tasks related to the operation of AMSHPT, management of the rental and visitor programs and promotion of ASMHPT to the public.

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The Impact Programs Specialist coordinates the design and implementation of Nuru’s holistic programming in Nigeria.

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The University of San Diego’s Kroc School of Peace Studies is seeking a driven, entrepreneurial leader to level up their annual event series.

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The D/COP assists the COP in management of technical and programmatic aspects of the USAID funded Solutions for Peace and Recovery (SPR) project. Learn more about the position here.

The Head of Programme Design will lead organizational business development and design the proposal process for global bids.

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The Director of Peacebuilding will provide vision and strategic leadership to the Peacebuilding Advisory Unit (PAU) to monitor the staff and ensure PAU is integrated well.

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The Regional Director will lead and manage Alert’s largest programme: Africa

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The Director will lead an influential, agile global team in its quest to cement our Peace and Conflict Approach as a core foundation of all agency programming.

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The Senior Policy Advisor will lead Mercy Corps’ new policy portfolio on civilian-military issues, civilian protection, international humanitarian law, defense policy, and related issues.

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This is an ideal role for someone who is passionate about using digital and traditional media, as well as direct public outreach, to educate and mobilize people to action. The application deadline is July 17.

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This is an opportunity to put your database, systems and analytical skills to use, all in the knowledge you will be contributing to a more peaceful, positive world. The application deadline is Friday July 19th at 5pm.

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Th adviser will be responsible for leading on implementation of Alert’s conflict-sensitive business practice work with businesses, supporting and collaborating with country programmes and other PAU strands to develop and implement projects on issues related to private sector engagement.

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This role will be tailored to the skills and experience of the post holder but will focus on developing and delivering our education programme portfolio supporting social cohesion, working closely in a co-design and advisory capacity with PSF staff and partners

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Internship Opportunities

The East Africa intern will be an integral part of the Regional East Africa Team and will provide programmatic, logistical and administrative support to Search’s projects in the region.

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The Research Assistant will support USIP research, training and outreach on the prevention of election violence through data collection, analysis, and curriculum development for USIP courses.

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Consultancies and Other Opportunities

BBC Media Action requests proposals from research institutions, organisations and evaluators for an evaluation of our media development work in Iraq. The organisation, institution or individual will work with BBC Media Action to develop the intellectual conceptualisation of the approach, deliver a robust and rigorous methodological design, and provide ongoing technical expertise and advice (including training where necessary) to support the implementation of the evaluation. They will not be required to undertake the fieldwork of the evaluation which will be subject to a separate contract.

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We are seeking a contracted financial manager who will work remotely with bi-monthly visits to AfP’s office. The Financial Manager will be primarily responsible for administrating the organization’s finances, overseeing bookkeeping, and facilitating employee benefits.

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The +Peace Campaign seeks a communication consultant. The Communications Consultant will develop and produce a Communications Toolkit to support the formal launch of +Peace to the public this September and the Coalition’s multi-year awareness raising and influence objectives.

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Equal Access International is seeking to hire a passionate and highly skilled individual in digital and social media. They will manage the day-to-day of EAI’s social media and website updates; drive social media strategy including strategic SEO; is agile and proactive in creative content development. EAI is looking for someone who is highly skilled in creating owned channel strategies for social impact. Is able to produce creative content using a variety of design platforms and is a proactive strategist able to be self-motivated to come up with social media ideas and content approaches in a highly decentralized organization. EAI is looking for someone who is positive with a sincere interest in social impact ideally in an international context. EAI is looking for someone who has developed social media campaigns with success and has an approach to engaging communities to grow the relevance of social impact brands/ INGOs. It would be great if they had some experience with leading an online giving campaign. This person is a great writer, with attention to detail, can lead and deliver results by piloting new ideas, and is fluid in some design software. The consultancy will be initially six months at 20 hours a week with the potential for extension.

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+Peace seeks a brand and marketing firm or freelance consultant to work with the Coalition
Director and its Branding & Communications Working Group to design its identity system,
including a brand guidelines manual and core branding document and collateral templates

Proposals should not exceed $10,000. We seek project completion as soon as possible, with a
hard deadline of 15th August 2019. To bid for this consultancy, please send a CV or firm
overview, a pitch deck proposal, budget outline, expected time table, and a link to your
portfolio.

To bid for this project, please send these items to: humanresources@allianceforpeacebuilding.org.
Proposals will be considered on a rolling basis.

Please direct any questions to Madeline Rose, Director, +Peace Coalition, at:
madeline@allianceforpeacebuilding.org.

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