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.

November 18, 2019
Career Opportunities

The Karuna Center is pleased to announce a position opening for Program Manager at our headquarters located in Amherst, MA, USA. The Program Manager is a full-time staff position that plays an important role in the overall management of our programs both internationally and domestically.

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The Henry J. Leir Institute at The Fletcher School is hiring a Project Manager part-time to support the Corruption, Justice and State Legitimacy program’s inquiry into social norms and corruption.  The purpose of this inquiry is to increase the integration of social norms concepts into anti-corruption work and programming.  This project will involve the convening of expert groups, creation and testing of tools for social norm change, and development of communication strategies and tactics.  The Project Manager will provide advanced support to ensure the successful implementation of the project in collaboration with the co-Directors.  Specifically, the Project Manager will work on project strategy and activity development; contribute to design, testing, and revision of tools for social norm change; identify stakeholders and manages relationships; lead on the development of infrastructure for community of practice; organize workshops to convene key actors; manage communications strategy, including blog and targeted social media engagement; contribute to presentations, publications, and workshops; provide information to Grants Manager for quarterly reporting and financial management; write grant proposals for continued or new funding; and supervise Research and Communications assistants.  The ideal candidate will have had field experience in countries of endemic corruption and/or in fragile and conflict-affected countries.  Experience working on anti-corruption programming and/or social norms a plus.  This is a limited term appointment, ending April 15, 2021, with the possibility of extending through April 15, 2022.

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The next CEO will lead The Carter Center forward in ways that make the greatest possible difference. Building on the significant progress made by previous CEOs, Ambassador (ret.) Mary Ann Peters, CEO since 2014, has continued to strengthen the Center internally and externally and prepare it for the next phase of contribution. Amb. Peters has announced plans to retire during 2020, and to support the CEO transition. The CEO will bring executive leadership, strategic acumen and ideas to propel the Center forward while embracing the timeless principles of the founders. The CEO’s leadership will engender renewed bold, clear direction.

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The Events and Marketing Specialist is expected to help in boosting GFP revenue generations work to ensure high volume of bookings and increase the occupancy of GFP premises to the highest target possible and efficient GFP facilities booking. The position holder will act as a key focal point with potential customers, suppliers and clients to achieve previously agreed specific target.

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The International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program (IPCR) at the American University School of International Service (SIS) is hiring adjunct instructors to teach courses in the spring 2020 semester. View the job posting here.

The Chief Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Officer leads the Center’s efforts to catalyze learning and innovation across the Center’s programs and functions (both at headquarters and in the field) in line with the Center’s strategic priorities. The Officer is responsible for setting overall program monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) strategy and ensuring successful implementation in close coordination with leadership. The Officer is responsible for guiding the integration of quantitative and qualitative methodologies into existing and future efforts enhancing accountability, effectiveness, and impact.

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The Senior Program Manager/Peace & Conflict Technical Expert is a leader within the organization who provides programmatic and technical oversight of a complex, dynamic portfolio currently focused on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The role interfaces with key members of the Partners Network, supporting their operations, strategic growth and organizational health. The SPM contributes to the design and implementation of PartnersGlobal’s Peace & Conflict programming by: developing project proposals; providing technical expertise and thought leadership; building partnerships with local and global organizations; and ensuring effective communications with donors. Learn more about the role here.

One Earth Future designs, tests, and partners to scale programs that help communities see problems in new ways and solve them collectively. The Program Specialist will work closely with the Associate Director to support project teams by providing research support as well as research and development to continually improve the methodology.

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IREX seeks a strategic, entrepreneurial, and collaborative Community Led Development Officer to advance IREX’s innovative Communities Thrive Initiative. As a partnership between IREX and READ Global, Communities Thrive advances an innovative, financially sustainable, and genuinely community-led model of empowering communities in diverge contexts to develop durable solutions to the problems they face.

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

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Internship Opportunities

Urban Rural Action is organizing Democratic Renewal summits in 2020 to promote healthier, more constructive political engagement across geographic and ideological divides. We are looking for interns to lead our coordination with local civic engagement organizations and plan for several summits in the spring of 2020 that will build unity around shared state and national identity.

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Alert is seeking an Intern to support the Chief Finance Officer and Chief Operating Officer and report to the Facilities Manager. You will be responsible for assisting with the tasks below including contributing to special projects as assigned. Human Resources will be a particular focus of the project work for this internship, but the opportunity will help you to gain valuable experience and skills, as well as a broad insight into the range of activities across Finance and Operations management.

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The Development and Partnerships Intern supports Generations For Peace Inc. in identifying and researching new partners, donors and fundraising strategies to fuel its global growth; summarizing and updating information on these potential partners in a database and in briefings; and recommending new partnership strategies for GFP in diverse priority contexts around the world, especially the United States. The position is an exciting opportunity to learn how a growing international organization develops strategic partnerships and raises support to sustain its operations around the world, and build practical research skills needed for success in the non-profit sector.

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Consultancies and Other Opportunities

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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