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World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh is seeking a candidate who has a strong passion for the Council's mission, a desire to operate the organization like an entrepreneurial, creative, and value adding business, and with a tempo that captures the energy of the issues which the Council brings to the community. To apply please visit: worldpittsburgh.org or submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh, ATTN: Presidential Search Committee, 500 Grant Street, Suite 2640, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.
WorldDenver is seeking someone to fill the position of Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides leadership, strategy development and vision to the organization in keeping with the mission and strategy of WorldDenver. A keen interest in global affairs and promoting greater international understanding will be desired hallmarks. To apply, please email your resume to Lauren McElderry at email@example.com.
The successful candidate will oversee all development activities and report to CIR’s Executive Director. The Director of Development is a new position at CIR and will be responsible for overseeing donor research, cultivating close relationships with New Mexico funders to position CIR for local/regional grants, leading business partnerships, and others. CIR is looking for a candidate with a passion for world affairs, globalization, and social justice; strong and demonstrated success as a fundraiser; experience with Planned Giving, and excellent written and spoken communication skills and social media savvy. Apply here.
This position is a unique opportunity to plan and implement inbound international exchange programs, including the prestigious U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program, at Oregon's premier international affairs organization and contribute to its mission of connecting Oregonians to the world. The successful candidate will have a portfolio of international visitor projects. Time will also be allocated to support other programs or projects of WorldOregon, including but not limited to WorldQuest, Global Conversations (including the International Speakers Series), the Global Classroom Program, and general administration. Read the full description and apply here by October 14.
The Office Manager & Executive Assistant ensure administrative functions are effective, efficient, and responsive to the needs of the organization. This role supports the Director of Operations, comprising several main aread of responsibility including office administration, facility management, social media, program support (program registration, membership, event promotion, materials order processing), intern program coordination, and Board of Directors support. Apply here.