Our job board is the number one source for foreign policy jobs. Employers from around the world list job openings here, and is the first place to look for career opportunities for YPFP members. Our JobLink team also hosts Resume Workshops once per month, enabling members to work on their resumes with the advice of YPFP staff and external guests. You can also take advantage of Salary Negotiation Workshops, Interview Workshops and workshops for specific careers, such as the United States Foreign Service. For more information about listing opportunities on our Job Board, please contact our JobLink team.
With offices in Abu Dhabi, Brussels, Dakar, London, Singapore, and Washington DC, and expanding resources in the rest of the world, we provide global consultancy services across five continents. Our organization is a specialist firm supporting a diverse base of clients with critical interests in information and communications technology (ICT). These include technology clients in hardware and software, internet, cloud, content, broadband, satellite, space, mobile, other vertical industries like retail and finance, as well as global institutions and governments. Access Partnership covers public policy issues across ICT – including artificial intelligence, big data, competition, copyright, customs, e-commerce, e-waste, high performance computing, intelligent transportation systems, internet governance, internet of things, intellectual property, privacy, security, spectrum, standards, unmanned aerial systems, tax and trade.
Location – Singapore
Access Partnership seeks an intellectually curious and articulate Analyst or Senior Analyst for our Singapore office (exceptional and more senior candidates from other regional hubs may also apply). We support our clients’ business and public policy interests on the cutting edge of technology decision-making worldwide. Given the fast pace, constant evolution, and high profile political focus on technology policy, we seek dynamic, flexible, intelligent individuals ready to address new challenges.
- Research and analyze a range of national-level and regional policy topics, political trends, processes, and regulations across all ICT policy areas throughout Asia.
- Provide support for recurring client deliverables through tracking and documenting policy developments across multiple markets.
- Attend and represent industry interests at meetings; gather commercial and policy intelligence.
- Assist in the development of marketing and business development materials on both policy and business issues.
- Provide administrative support, in particular for meeting and event planning.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related area and 1-5 years of experience.
- A genuine interest in technology policy, international trade, and market trends.
- Demonstrated research abilities and exceptional writing skills.
- Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate at all levels.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other publishing platforms.
- Well organized, highly motivated, able to grasp new concepts quickly.
- Proactive in finding ways to get things done and meet goals.
- Flexibility in handling multiple requests and changing priorities.
- Previous consulting and/or technology policy experience.
- Graduate degree in public policy, economics, international trade, law, engineering or related field.
- Fluency in one or more Asian languages – especially Japanese, Korean, Hindi, or Bahasa Indonesian.
- Talent in graphic design, data visualization, or Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint.
How to Apply
Write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org that tells us why you’re the right person for the job. Be creative and concise, and include a copy of your resume.
Please also include an example of your best work that shows why you’re right for the job. This could take many forms, including your published writing or piece of analysis, a news article describing something you did, or academic work that illustrates your skills.
Deadline – N/A
You may not have heard of us, as we work behind-the-scenes, but Crisis Action is at the forefront of global advocacy. Crisis Action is a pioneering non-profit organization, launched in 2004 to enable civil society to respond more effectively to international conflict. Our aim is to help prevent suffering caused by armed conflict, to change the calculations of decision makers and ensure the protection of civilians.
To achieve this aim Crisis Action works behind the scenes to catalyze, co-ordinate and support strategic coalition campaigns by our civil society partners. Our work enables more effective joint advocacy and campaigning on conflict by our partners, which include Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, International Crisis Group, Oxfam, Save the Children and many others.
Our rationale is that focused advocacy by non-governmental organisations, charities, think-tanks, faith groups and others is far more likely to succeed if it is done strategically and collectively. Crisis Action works to bring together diverse organisations and draw on their respective skills and capabilities to increase their impact.
Our work includes:
• Warning of emerging crises and prompting early responses
• Sharing information and analysis among partners
• Researching government policy
• Facilitating partner dialogue
• Developing strategic advocacy and campaign propositions
• Negotiating joint policy platforms
• Coordinating agreed partner action plans
• Planning and executing joint campaigns
• Evaluating the effectiveness of joint responses to crises
Crisis Action has offices in Brussels, MENA, Johannesburg, London, Nairobi, New York, Paris and Washington DC.
More information is available at: www.crisisaction.org
Location – New York City
The Campaign and Research Assistant works with the New York Director and the Advocacy and Campaigns Manager in our small New York office.
The work involves a range of duties including:
• Researching particular conflict situations;
• Liaising with leading international NGOs, the media, the UN and governments;
• Coordinating work with Crisis Action’s seven other international offices;
• Setting up, and taking minutes at, meetings with UN officials;
• Monitoring international and UN news, including taking notes of UN briefings and Security Council meetings; and
• Administrative work, such as setting up conference calls and maintaining contact lists and databases.
Current conflict priorities for Crisis Action in New York include Sudan-South and Syria. Crisis Action monitors other potential and actual conflicts (e.g. Yemen, Iraq) and could engage in new emergency-response advocacy. You will have the opportunity to learn about global conflicts and interact with high-level policy makers and top-tier NGO partners.
We are looking for interns who are available to work for six months full-time. In our experience, a six month commitment offers interns the best opportunity to immerse themselves in the organization’s work and gain the most valuable experience.
The candidate must have excellent organizational skills, be a very good communicator with sound political judgment. He or she must be self-motivated, possess considerable initiative and be able to handle many tasks simultaneously. Excellent administrative and computer/technology skills and Microsoft Office proficiency are vital. He or she must be able to prioritize with minimal supervision and to work independently.
A degree in politics, international relations or a similar field and/or related experience is preferred. Fluency in oral and written English is required. Knowledge of the United Nations would be an asset.
How to Apply
Please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com with “New York Internship” in the subject line no later than 11.59pm Thursday March 2nd 2017. Instructions may also be found on https://crisisaction.org/opportunities/. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview. We regret that due to the volume of applications we cannot respond individually to each applicant.
Deadline – March 2, 2017
SDSN Association was created in March 2014 as an independent 501 3 (c) organization to support the mandate of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UNSDSN). UNSDSN was launched at the behest of the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to mobilize research, academia, the private sector and civil society to promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). SDSN Association is based in New York.
Reporting to the Head of Partnerships, the Events Associate manages the planning and execution of events hosted by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network, the SDSNA, and other affiliate organizations. This includes coordinating logistics, processes, deadlines, and budgets for events and programs such as the annual International Conference on Sustainable Development (www.ic-sd.org), meetings of the Leadership Council, and various project and program meetings, publication launches, and workshops, among others. The incumbent will be responsible for overall event productions including advising on best practices, program/agenda development, identifying and contacting a wide range of national and international speakers, incorporating multi-media technology as well overseeing logistical arrangements including investigating venues, service providers, and vendors to support planning recommendations.
Working in tandem with colleagues from the communications and project management departments, the incumbent will manage processes and write, edit and consult in the design of event-related publications, email newsletters, social media, and websites. Additional responsibilities include expanding and maintaining events web pages, overseeing all aspects of weekly events email, updating the online calendar, and organizing event video production and archives. This position implements new marketing techniques to build audience size and depth and improve messaging, branding, and positioning.
Supporting the Head of Partnerships, the incumbent will help to facilitate new partnerships and strengthen institutional prestige. Additional responsibilities could include general administrative tasks such as updating documents and databases, and occasional oversight of work-study and event staff. This position performs all other duties, as assigned by the Head of Partnerships.
Location – New York, NY
Event Planning (80%)
- Manages the planning of events, organizing the agenda and calendar, coordinating with different departments, and managing expectations of senior leadership. Oversees logistics and execution of SDSN and affiliate events, including the International Conference on Sustainable Development and the Low-Emissions Solutions Conference. Updates the online event calendar and email newsletter.
- Serves as department liaison using tact and discretion in dealing with a wide range of constituents to develop event programming. Identifies, recruits, and facilitates communication with high profile speakers. Supports the abstract submission, review, and acceptance process. Works to identify opportunities to showcase SDSN experts and exhibit their research to the public.
- Write, edit, help design, and oversee publishing of conference- and event-related materials, including websites, programs, nametags, table tents, posters, invitations, etc. Maintains event-related design deadlines system to keep projects on track. Works closely with communications staff to manage diverse media for conferences and events.
- Maintains events financial management systems; oversees project budgets, develops reports, economizes spending, reconciles budgets and provides project estimates. Manages vendors; contracts services and negotiates related fees.
General Administrative Support (10%)
- Supports general event promotion, email production, and administrative systems.
- Aids in updating SDSN databases of contacts. This will include maintaining list serves in Mail Chimp, Google contacts, and Insightly while working closely with the SDSN Admin team to improve the current contact management system to create an integrated, robust contact management database to improve targeted communication campaigns and event solicitation.
- Aids in financial systems management, supporting the initiation of vendor relationships, and the processing of invoices.
- Assists Head of Partnerships to support the development team in cultivation and solicitation strategies.
Other Duties (10%)
- All other duties and responsibilities, as deemed appropriate by the Head of Partnerships.
- At least one year of experience organizing events is required
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Excellent written and oral communication skills required.
- Exceptional interpersonal skills and demonstrated use of tact and discretion in dealing with a wide range of internal and external constituents required.
- Ability to identify, manage and implement diverse and multiple tasks related to marketing and events.
- Interest in the mission of the SDSN required.
- Experience in an academic or non-profit setting preferred.
- Experience with contact management systems preferred (MailChimp, Insightly).
- Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities and large-scale (1,000+ participant) events.
- Candidates should be self-motivated, entrepreneurial, and a strong team player
- Please note that existing US work authorization is required for this position
How to Apply
Submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Events Associate Applicant [Your Name]”.
Deadline – N/A
Vox.com is a user’s guide to the news produced by the beat reporters and subject-issue experts who know it best. And we’re looking for a staff writer for our foreign section, who can help us expand our coverage of foreign affairs and the big ideas and global trends driving them.
Location – Washington DC
The ideal candidate is someone with interest and expertise in covering international security and defense. That would mean looking not just at what the Pentagon is doing in Iraq and Syria, but also Russian activities in Eastern Europe and how the growing tensions over the South and East China Seas are roiling nations throughout Asia.
This is a high level writing job in the Vox.com newsroom and will involve a wide variety of short and long posts.
If you have…
- A strong desire to report on and write about international security and defense, as well as an understanding of how and why countries choose to use force -- and what happens once they do
- An equally strong ability to report on how Donald Trump, and his administration’s policies, are shaping the international arena
- Experience covering the Pentagon as an institution and knowing how to build sources there and in key US military commands
- An analytical approach to major stories and a passion for digging into everything from fine-grain policy issues to big-picture international relations theory
- At least three years of foreign affairs or military writing experience. Time overseas and proficiency in a language other than English would be a major plus.
- The ability to explain complex ideas and intricate political dynamics in clear, straightforward language
- Ideas for new and creative ways to approach the conventional modes of foreign-affairs writing and an interest in experimenting with new story formats, and
- Strong reporting skills, including knowledge of which sources to turn to when working on a story — any story
… you may be the writer we’re looking for!
How to Apply
Please submit a resume, a cover letter, and three clips (links in your cover letter, or in the same document as your cover letter).
In your cover letter, include three ideas for foreign stories that you think deserved coverage but didn’t get much attention in American media, and explain how you would have covered them at Vox.
This is a full-time position based in our Washington, DC office.
Vox Media is committed to building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and everyone is encouraged to apply. Vox Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, age, or any other status protected by applicable national, federal, state, or local law.
Deadline – N/A
Macfadden is an employee-owned, international professional services corporation that applies integrated information technology solutions and program/project management expertise to help solve critical issues impacting the health, safety and security of the world around us. Since 1986, federal agencies have relied on Macfadden for mission critical support in the areas of international disaster response, development and humanitarian assistance, compliance and monitoring support, information management, and systems engineering and integration.
Today, Macfadden provides innovative solutions that enable our customers to protect America's food supply more efficiently and bring medical breakthroughs to market sooner; rapidly respond to complex international disaster relief efforts; develop and maintain critical government IT financial systems and safeguard key government information systems. We support our customers’ mission to help emerging democracies in Eastern Europe and Eurasia develop their economic infrastructures; help meet compliance requirements and improve transparency through effective records and information management programs; and help preserve many of our nation's most-treasured historical documents through our data capture and digital conversion services. With more than 225 employees, Macfadden is headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, with multiple client site operations worldwide.
Location – Washington DC
Macfadden is seeking Information Officers to provide information support to USAID's Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA) in the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance. USAID/OFDA provides humanitarian assistance for the U.S. Government (USG) in response to natural disasters and complex emergencies. As part of a regional team based in Washington, D.C., or serving on disaster response teams in Washington or overseas, Information Officers monitor and report on humanitarian conditions and response activities. Information Officers produce a wide range of public and internal information products and are required to conceive and develop charts, graphs, and other visuals as needed.
Willingness to serve on extended international deployments (up to eight weeks or more at a time) to disaster zones, including conflict-affected areas, often on short notice, is required. Travel ranges from 30 to 50 percent of the year.
Qualified candidates should possess excellent writing, editing, and verbal communications skills and have exceptional attention to detail. Candidates must be flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances and have the ability to work under tight deadlines in an extremely fast-paced and collaborative environment. Foreign language ability preferred.
- Collecting and synthesizing information pertaining to humanitarian emergencies and response efforts, and drawing upon that information to draft, edit, appropriately format, and disseminate a wide range of internal and external information products in Washington, D.C., and overseas
- Attending meetings in Washington, D.C., and in disaster zones and collaborating closely with information counterparts from other USG agencies, the UN, and non-governmental organizations to ensure that all relevant humanitarian information is obtained and communicated to USAID/OFDA staff
- Upon the request of USAID/OFDA staff, gathering information for or participating in field assessments, meetings, and site visits overseas
- Preparing talking points, memos, PowerPoint presentations, official cables, and other correspondence
- Assisting with the preparation of agendas and briefings for USG officials interested in humanitarian issues
- Master’s degree in international affairs or related discipline
- 2-4 years of work experience
- Working knowledge of and interest in humanitarian issues
- Excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills
- Overseas experience
- Demonstrated ability to work well with others and meet deadlines in a challenging, fast-paced environment
Citizenship is required; selected candidate must be able to qualify for a government sponsored Secret security clearance. Active Secret clearance preferred.
How to Apply
All application materials should be submitted via the following link: https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCFA&cws=1&rid=1007
To be considered for this position, you MUST submit the following three documents:
- Cover letter
- Writing sample
The writing sample must be an original briefing memorandum of 350 words or less for senior USG officials describing humanitarian conditions and response activities in a specific country (outside the United States) following a natural disaster. Please include a word count at the conclusion of the memo. Please submit documents as attachments to preserve formatting (PDF preferred). Do NOT submit any documents other than those requested.
Only applications with a resume, cover letter, and writing sample submitted by 11:59 p.m. on February 12, 2017, will be considered; only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization founded in 1981. We promote press freedom worldwide by defending the rights of journalists to report the news without fear of reprisal.
The Committee to Protect Journalists, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the defense of press freedom worldwide, seeks a researcher for its Americas program to work full-time in our New York City office. The Program Research Associate works under the supervision of the Americas Senior Program Coordinator to closely monitor, document and respond to press freedom abuses in the Americas. Applicants should have knowledge of media and human rights issues in Canada, the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean, the ability to work independently and proactively, and a commitment to press freedom.
Location – New York, NY
- Monitor, document and respond to press freedom abuses in the region.
- Communicate regularly with journalists and human rights activists in the region.
- Research and write news alerts, letters of appeal, special reports and blog posts.
- Assist with planning and implementing of our advocacy efforts.
- Translate content into Spanish or vet translations.
- Maintain the Americas program's social media accounts.
- Help vet Journalist Assistance cases for the region.
- Assist program coordinator with miscellaneous administrative tasks, such as impact reports and program plans.
- Knowledge of press freedom and media issues in Canada, the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Fluency in Spanish and English (speaking, reading and writing) is required. Portuguese and/or French language skills are a plus.
- Fluency in social media is strongly preferred.
How to Apply
Please e-mail a resume, cover letter, and three references to email@example.com. Please include "Americas Program Research Associate" in the subject line. Please also include a 500-word personal statement on why you consider press freedom to be important.
Deadline – N/A
BowerGroupAsia, Inc. (BGA) is a government affairs and public policy advisory firm supporting premier multinational companies in the Asia-Pacific. The Washington office functions as the company’s global headquarters. We are a fast-growing firm and seek a talented, highly motivated young leader to train in the role of Executive Assistant for the company’s President & CEO.
Location – Washington DC
This position is reserved for individuals the company believes have high aptitude for leadership and the ability to learn quickly, understand multiple functions of the company, think strategically and who have a strong commitment to execution and attention to detail.
- Manage and maintain the CEO’s schedule. Interact with both internal and external executives, government officials, assistants and consultants to coordinate meetings.
- Coordinate, plan and manage staff inputs for CEO. Work with staff to ensure CEO and leadership team have information, briefing materials and logistics in place to drive high performance decision making.
- Manage the CEO’s travel. Build plans to drive business objectives, ensure travel is consistent with standard operating procedures, coordinate with executives to ensure briefing books are prepared; book reservations and appointments, obtain travel visas and work with travel agents and internal company personnel on logistics; compile travel documents at the end of the CEO’s travel and create spending reports for accounting.
- Prepare CEO for meetings and undertake follow-up actions. Compile pre- and post-meeting briefing notes, enter into company database and distribute to correct personnel.
- Understand company priorities and record key meetings. Act as secretary for a series of regular, institutional meetings, file notes in internal system and distribute appropriately.
- Special initiatives. Undertake special initiatives for the CEO and senior management.
- Additional administrative duties. These include, but are not limited to, entering stakeholder contact information into the internal system, communicating with company personnel, helping coordinate company events, etc.
This role is reserved by the CEO for high-potential individuals who will train and learn while performing the role. Candidates are expected to excel, learn and then be fast tracked within the company’s system. The ideal candidate will be poised, confident and can work independently with minimal supervision and collaborate effectively as a team player in time-sensitive situations. He/she can effectively manage multiple work streams while meeting deadlines and should be self-motivated, well organized, detail oriented and collegial. He/she should feel comfortable interacting with a range of interlocutors and should enjoy the various challenges of supporting large multinational corporations operating in the Asia-Pacific. The ability to interact effectively both inside the company and externally, in a fast-paced environment, while remaining flexible, proactive, and efficient, is crucial to this role.
- Expertise, experience or strong interest in Asia.
- Ability to work late nights and early mornings while the CEO is on travel is required.
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills in native-level English is required.
- Proficiency in MS Office and strong desire to embrace and utilize additional technologies.
- Education: Minimum bachelor’s degree in public policy, international affairs, journalism, business or related fields.
How to Apply
Applicants should send a cover letter and CV/resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline is February 15, 2017, although a hiring decision may be made at any point prior to the deadline.
A multi-channel service provider, decision engine and marketplace, with deep databases and integrated workflow tools that support action, the Aviation Week Network brings you the power to prevail in a challenging and fast-paced industry.
Our staff of more than 50 editors and analysts around the world delivers an unsurpassed portfolio of information products and services for all sectors of the aerospace and defense industry.
From award-winning publications to online analytical services, the Aviation Week Network provides intelligence that informs and enables the global aviation, aerospace and defense industry and provides professionals with a strategic business advantage.
The Aviation Week Network is a division of Penton.
Location – Arlington, VA
Aviation Week, the world’s top aerospace reporting and analysis firm, has an opening for a research assistant to support the defense data and intelligence team.
Compensation: $12/hourFrequency: 20 hours per week during academic year, 40 per week June‐August.Duration: Available immediately; must be able to remain in the position until at least May.
Duties will consist of researching military aircraft programs including current and future fleet levels, maintenance information, specifications, component suppliers and contact information. Writing opportunities may include drafting summaries of developments in the market or program descriptions and possibly contributing to newsletters, websites, country papers or issue analyses.
Ideal candidate is a graduate student focusing in Strategic, Security, Middle East or Africa Studies
Familiarity with military aircraft is required.
Pluses include experience/proficiency with:
o Arabic or French
o Intelligence analysis
o Military maintenance procedures
o Databases ‐ Microsoft Access, SQL, PL/SQL, Oracle, etc.
How to Apply
Resume (1‐2 pages)
Cover letter (1 page max) explaining one’s experience and interest in military aircraft and/or the Middle East and Africa.
Writing sample of 1‐5 pages on a Defense/Strategic/Security topic. Can be an excerpt from a longer work; if so, please preface with a paragraph or less explaining the context of the excerpt.
Please send applications to: email@example.com Please type “APPLICATION:” at the beginning of the subject line.
Deadline – N/A
The George Washington University has formed a philanthropic partnership with the International Churchill Society (formerly known as the Churchill Centre). Housed on the first floor of the Estelle and Melvin Gelman Library, this will be the first major research facility in the nation’s capital dedicated to the study of Winston Churchill.
Winston Churchill’s leadership and diplomacy during trying times provide a mirror for the global challenges today’s leaders face and the decisions that will impact the world. The new Center, through its collections, interdisciplinary academic programs, and educational exhibits, will offer GW students, faculty, researchers, and the public the opportunity to examine the life and legacy of Churchill.
The International Churchill Society can be found at www.winstonchurchill.org.
Location – Washington DC
The Administrative Associate supports the activities of the National Churchill Library and Center (NCLC) at the George Washington University Libraries, in collaboration with the Director of the NCLC, as well as GW Libraries staff and librarians. Activities are expected to include event support; assistance for fundraising activities; outreach and marketing support; and general administrative assistance. The Administrative Associate spends no less than 60% of his or her time on these endeavors for the NCLC. All fundraising activities adhere to the university’s policies, as determined by the Division of Development and Alumni Relations (DAR), and will be conducted in conjunction with the Executive Director of Development for the GW Libraries.
It is expected that the NCLC will work closely with The International Churchill Society (ICS), a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the historic legacy of Sir Winston Churchill. The Administrative Associate works on activities of ICS, including membership management, conference and event support, and fundraising support, spending no more than 40% of his or her time on this work.
Performs other related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization. Degree requirements may be substituted with an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Prior administrative experience and knowledge of modern office practices.
Demonstrates high levels of discretion, judgment, tact, and problem-solving skills. Maintains confidentiality, as appropriate. Excellent customer service and superior written and verbal communication skills. Able to complete multiple tasks with competing priorities.
Should be detail-oriented and work as a team player in a fast-paced environment.
Highly proficient Microsoft Office skills, including ability to manage databases and generate reports. Experience with event organization and management preferable.
How to Apply
Apply at https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/39116
Required Background Check: Criminal History Screening, Education/Degree/Certifications Verification, Social Security Number Trace, and Sex Offender Registry Search, Credit
Deadline – N/A
American International Group, Inc. (AIG) is a leading global insurance organization. Founded in 1919, today we provide a wide range of property casualty insurance, life insurance, retirement products, mortgage insurance and other financial services to customers in more than 100 countries and jurisdictions. Our diverse offerings include products and services that help businesses and individuals protect their assets, manage risks and provide for retirement security. AIG common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
The Intelligence Analyst role at the NY Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) comprises three key areas, namely Threat / Intelligence management, Operational Plan and Control, and External Client support. In this role, the incumbent will actively conduct threat horizon scanning and compile security briefings and threat analysis for business units and clients. Further, the role includes active planning and control of security operations and response to incident management. The Analyst will also work with various role players across the business including the Regional Security field teams based around the world.
This is a 4:00pm-12:00am OR 12:00am-8:00am shift position
Location – New York, NY
- Monitor, collect and analyze information from disparate sources about potential hotspots around the world that could threaten AIG employees and/or facilities
- Produce and disseminate security reports and threat assessments based on rapidly changing threat conditions around the world
- Provide time-sensitive information to critical business leaders and decision-makers
- Work with internal corporate groups to advise/shape corporate policy affecting employee safety globally
- Liaise with Regional Security Officers around the world to obtain region-specific intelligence for stakeholders
- Assist to build robust journey management plans for travel to higher risk destinations and control
- Check-in with travelers in high threat regions
- Assist with the planning and control of Security Operations as well as being the first point of contact with regards to global incident management.
- BA/BS degree in International Relations or similar field
- Shift-work, including nights and weekends
- MA/MS degree in International Relations or similar field
- 1 year experience extracting actionable intelligence from big data
- 1 year experience with Spatial Analyst Toolset in ArcGIS
- Superior trends analysis and writing skills
- Multilingual reading/writing capabilities
How to Apply
Please apply online: https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_aig/external/gateway.do?functionName=viewFromLink&jobPostId=387450&localeCode=en-us.
Deadline – N/A
23OCT - Program Assistant, Higher Education & Research in Africa - Carnegie Corporation of New York - Deadline: N/A
Carnegie Corporation of New York is America’s oldest grant making foundation.
Established in 1911 by Andrew Carnegie to promote the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding. In keeping with this mandate, the Corporation's work focuses on the issues that Andrew Carnegie considered of paramount importance: international peace, the advancement of education and knowledge, and the strength of our democracy.
Carnegie Corporation of New York currently has an exciting opportunity for an individual who is passionate about advancing higher education opportunities and peacebuilding efforts in Africa, and who thrives in a fast-paced, team-oriented and problem-solving environment.
The ideal candidate for the role of Program Assistant, Higher Education & Research in Africa, is someone who is proactive, has high initiative, is creative, energetic, well organized, and able to multi-task, prioritize, learn quickly, and has job experience and/or exposure to work in the African region.
The Program Assistant position will be responsible for providing programmatic and some administrative support to two Program Officers in the Higher Education and Research in Africa Program.
The goal of the Higher Education and Research in Africa program is to enhance training, research and retention of academics in select countries of sub-Saharan Africa. Understanding that Africa’s higher education institutions and learning and academic communities are key to reaching the continent’s potential, the program funds grantees that foster future generations of academics, connects centers of higher education across Africa and the diaspora, supports advancements in leadership, policy and governance in sub-Saharan Africa, and funds research, training and networks involved in peacebuilding efforts in Africa.
Location - 437 Madison Avenue, New York, NY
- Support grantmaking initiatives by reviewing active proposals, drafting external review and evaluation questions, and copy editing grant recommendation documents.
- Support the management of active grants through monitoring progress, including compliance with stated objectives and proposed outcomes of the grants; identifying grantee results that should be communicated more widely; conducting preliminary review of requests to modify grants; and facilitating grant close-out.
- Represent the Corporation at U.S.-based meetings and prepare meeting summaries.
- Assist in disseminating the results of grants through the Corporation’s website, social media, and other forms, in consultation and collaboration with program officers and communications staff.
- Manage a project to track beneficiaries of Carnegie Corporation-supported academic programs.
- Sustain an accurate working knowledge of the current trends, professional practices, and developing policy issues pertinent to the program area.
- Draft correspondence and other miscellaneous duties as required.
Grantmaking and Proposal Management Responsibilities:
- Contribute to content and budget reviews of proposals, identifying inconsistencies and ways to strengthen performance measures.
- Draft questions for external reviews.
- Correspond with applicants on proposal questions, as advised by program officer, and respond to applicant questions regarding proposal content.
- Review unsolicited letters of inquiry and other queries and recommend action.
Grants Management Responsibilities:
- Track progress on grants and report to relevant program officer on a regular basis.
- Conduct first-line review of budget modification, carry-over, and no-cost extension requests, referring to program officer for deeper review and approval.
- In consultation with the relevant program officer, draft terms of reference for grant and grant cluster evaluations and identify documents and data to be shared with consultants; liaise with consultants during evaluation processes.
- Facilitate end-of-grant summaries and closing out of grants.
Program and Communications Support Responsibilities:
- Assist program officers with gathering data and preparing presentations for internal and external presentations; compile tables and charts in Word and Excel and format documents.
- Review grantee research reports and manuscripts for copyediting as needed.
- Set up and manage beneficiary tracking database/spreadsheet.
- Contribute to program dissemination, in consultation with program officers and communications staff, including:
- Identify grantee news and publications suitable for the Corporation’s website
- Draft publications/news to be posted on website
- Conduct short interviews for website
- Conduct research and contribute to copy for website features
- Contribute to agenda setting and developing content for grantee and other Corporation-hosted meetings.
A college degree and willingness to pursue an advanced degree. At least six months work experience in an African country, and a total of at least two years full-time working experience. Proactive, with strong presentation and listening skills, good planning and organizational skills, strong interpersonal skills, excellent writing and editing/proofreading skills, and project management skills. Demonstrated data collection, management, and presentation experience. Good instincts for communication and outreach. Prior experience in a grantmaking environment a plus. Savvy user of technology with knowledge of data and communication platforms. Willingness to travel domestically only. No international travel.
How to Apply
Please respond, with cover letter, resume, and recent writing sample in one document, via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the job title of "Program Assistant, HERA" in the subject line of the e-mail. Only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.
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Amnesty International is a Nobel Peace Prize recipient and the largest grassroots human rights organization in the world! Our organization is a place where people get the opportunity to hone and develop their unique skills, but also bring change to the world. We are seeking a Development Assistant in our Major Gifts department to support the day-to-day administrative activities of the department, including gift processing and acknowledgments, information management and reporting, coordination of mass donor communications, meeting preparation, and responding to donor inquiries as required. The ideal candidate will be a team player with good interpersonal skills and an ever-present “can-do” attitude and have the ability to keep multiple deadline-driven projects on schedule, and be comfortable providing administrative support to multiple stakeholders.
The Development Assistant will also be responsible for collaborating with leadership and across departments to manage and recommend new processes for streamlining work of the Major Gifts Unit. In addition, he/she will be interacting with external members and high-profile donors. With your support we will grow our revenues and increase supporter base significantly and bring human rights to millions across the globe, including in our own backyard.
Location – 5 Penn Plaza, 16th Floor, New York, NY
- Ensures and maintains accurate and timely processing of all gifts from major donors; drafts and mails donor acknowledgment letters and ensures the accuracy of the financial database.
- Generates and creates reports from ROI database and Tableau software such as weekly gift officer reports, general accounting reports, mailing lists, and other donor-related reports.
- Coordinates the team’s weekly meetings and assists in event-planning with Directors.
- Assists with the creation and management of donor communications calendar and materials: collaborates with other stakeholders to execute strategic and timely email and mass communications; drafts communication materials and collateral.
- Provides administrative support to National Director of Major Gifts: arranges meetings, processes expenses and reimbursements, and completes other tasks as needed.
- Responsible for administrative, financial, logistical, and research tasks to support program or department.
- BA/BS degree.
- Experience in synthesizing and prioritizing large quantities of information.
- Strong data management and Microsoft Office Skills required.
- Nonprofit experience.
- Diplomatic skills to obtain trust, cooperation, and understanding in order to resolve routine problems.
- Superior organizational skills and an eye for detail.
How to Apply
Please apply online at https://careers.aiusa.org/vacancy/development-assistant-major-gifts-0303/329/description/.
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