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 Adam Wolf at adam@allianceforpeacebuilding.org.

May 17th
Career Opportunities

PartnersGlobal seeks a director to lead its portfolio for the Middle East and North Africa. Learn more about the position here.

PartnersGlobal seeks a Senior Associate to provide support to its Africa portfolio. Learn more about the position here.

PartnersGlobal seeks an Associate to provide support to its Africa portfolio. Learn more about the position here.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with 3-5 years policy or advocacy experience to grow their expertise and demonstrate the capacity to take on more substantive responsibilities in representation, policy and strategy development in a dynamic peace and security focused role.

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This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional candidate to join the International Alert Finance team in Nigeria. Applications are due May 24.

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Peace Direct is looking for a highly organized and enthusiastic team player to become our new Admin and HR Officer.

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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 School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution Dean will need to be an entrepreneurial, visionary leader to propel the School forward and continue its number one ranking in the field.

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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 Director, Finance and Budgets supervises a team of finance and accounting professionals to ensure that the AFSC’s program and administrative units are supported with efficient, accurate, and comprehensive internal reporting, financial research and analysis, grants fiscal management and compliance, budgeting and fiscal monitoring, general ledger accounting, and information systems.

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The Vice President (VP), Peace Programs is responsible for the overall direction, strategic planning, development, and implementation of initiatives aimed at advancing peace and fostering human rights in countries around the world, most commonly in poor and politically weak states. Current Peace program activities are focused in the following areas: human rights, democracy, access to information, conflict resolution, cooperation in the Americas and U.S.-China relations. The VP, Peace Programs oversees the leadership and professional development of more than 100 staff members located in Atlanta and international field offices, and the development and implementation of 30 program activities with annual budgets of approximately $25 million. This position reports to the Chief Executive Officer of The Carter Center and serves as a member of the senior leadership team, comprised of the Vice President, Health Programs, Vice President, Finance, and Vice President, Operations and Development. This full-time position is based in Atlanta and requires both international and domestic travel.

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The ideal candidate will work with team members to identify new approaches and methods of working which enable Saferworld to deliver program support and learning in innovative and effective ways.

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Creative seeks a Project Director (PD) for the Education for Development Division, focusing on countries affected by protracted crisis.

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Mercy Corps seeks an ideal candidate with exceptional leadership skills, talent, creativity and the ability to work quickly across teams, synthesizing information and expertise.

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The Director reports to the Vice President for External Relations and is responsible for developing and executing the Institute’s internal and external communications strategy.

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The Senior Communications Manager will lead the development, delivery and coordination of Equal Access International’s (EAI’s) global communications initiatives from their Washington, D.C.

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Internship Opportunities

Get Experience in International Development as a Volunteer for InterAction Forum.

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FHI 360’s Civil Society and Peacebuilding Department (CSPB) supports citizens to mobilize effectively to influence policy, improve lives, and build peace.

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CRS seeks to engage grassroots constituents and grasstops leaders in promoting CRS policy positions.

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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

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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