July 15, 2005
A Bulletin of Career, Educational, and Reentry Information and Opportunities for RPCVs
Water program. Duties: works with degree required; minimum six years’
PUBLIC SECTOR small, remote communities throughout experience required. For more infor-
HOT Alaska to develop sustainable water and mation and to apply, visit http://
RESOURCES CONTRACT ACCOUNTANT • sewer systems; works with communities www.cce.cornell.edu/careerops/
Pago Pago, American Samoa to oversee community plans and system pa378.htm. Deadline: 8/1/2005. Send
Position available with the American designs and administer construction letter of intent, résumé, and transcripts
Samoa Government. Qualifications: projects. Typical projects range from to PA#378, Box 26, Kennedy Hall,
experience with government financial $2–$10 million. Qualifications: Cornell U, Ithaca, NY 14853.
Career Event statement, accounts payable, accounts experience working in infrastructure
September 14 receivable, and grants management; development; strong technical skills; TRAINING OFFICER •
Washington, D.C. CPA preferred; degree in accounting strong communication skills. E-mail Nashville, TN
See page 8 and experience in accounting required. résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org. Position available with the Tennessee
This is a two year contract with the Commission on National and Com-
option to renew. Salary: $35K–$60K AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC munity Service. Duties: coordinates
with housing, vehicle, and relocation DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST • training and technical assistance for
assistance. Deadline: 7/22/2005. Canandaigua, NY 15 AmeriCorps programs in
Returned E-mail cover letter and résumé to Position available with Cornell Coop- Tennessee, including assessments,
Peace Corps Volunteer ASDRO@Samoatelco.com; fax: erative Extension. Duties: works with training/event coordination, grant
FAQs 684.699.5005. agricultural producers, related service management, and reporting. Qualifi-
providers, community members, and cations: college degree required; mini-
TERRITORIAL AUDITOR • new entrepreneurs in production. mum one year experience with a vol-
Pago Pago, American Samoa Qualifications: M.S. degree required; unteer program or community service
For answers to frequently Position available with the American minimum four years’ experience program required; AmeriCorps or
asked questions, such as: Samoa Government. Qualifications: required. For more information, visit commission experience preferred;
CPA required; audit and management http://www.cce.cornell.edu/careerops/ knowledge of principles and practices
“How can I get assistance experience required. This is a two to pa376.htm. Deadline: 8/15/2005. Send of training, technical assistance, and
with financial and five year contract. Salary: $55K–$75K letter of intent, résumé, and transcripts grants administration required.
medical issues?” with vehicle, housing, and relocation to PA#376, Box 26, Kennedy Hall, Salary: $33,372. For more
assistance. Deadline: 7/22/2005. Cornell U, Ithaca, NY 14853. information and to apply, visit
“How can I get a copy of my E-mail cover letter and résumé to www.volunteertennessee.net; e-mail:
description of service (DOS)?” ASDRO@Samoatelco.com; fax: CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER • email@example.com.
684.699.5005. Batavia, NY
“How can I stay connected Position available with Cornell Coop-
with the Peace Corps?” CIVIL ENGINEER • erative Extension Genesee County. Du-
Anchorage, AK ties: represents and is accountable to the
visit Position available with the State of association board of directors and the PROGRAM ASSOCIATE • DC
www.peacecorps.gov/rpcv/faqs Alaska, Department of Environmen- director of the Cornell Cooperative Ex- Position available with Fair Chance.
tal Conservation and the Village Safe tension system. Qualifications: M.S. Duties: provides support and
Peace Corps HOTLINE
Development JobsVia Weekly E-mails
Admin. Ass’t., Returned Volunteer Services Get on the list!
Returned Volunteer Services (RVS) offers a weekly e-mail listing of 25 to 30 employment
To place job announcements, visit and internship opportunities in international development.
Published by InterAction, a U.S.-based nongovernmental organization for international
Returned Volunteer Services development and humanitarian issues, this weekly e-mail listing is available free to RPCVs.
Phone: 202.692.1430 or
800.424.8580, ext. 1430
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org To receive the weekly job announcements, contact email@example.com
with “InterAction” in the subject line of the e-mail.
“Hope is a waking dream.”—Aristotle
guidance to Fair Chance and partner organizations FINANCIAL AUDITOR • Kansas City, KS WEB ASSOCIATE • DC
in board development, fiscal management, Position available with the Christian Foundation for Position available with IFES. Duties: provides web
fundraising, strategic planning, communications, Children and Aging (CFCA). Duties: provides project design, daily maintenance, and back-end hierarchal
program evaluation, organizational development, financial analysis and audit coordination; ensures support for www.IFES.org and its related sub sites;
and leadership development. Qualifications: prac- CFCA project compliance to financial policy and analyzes and corrects system failures; conducts
tical experience in six of the eight service areas the implementation of audit recommendations. regular site link review and analysis; creates, tests,
listed above; B.A./B.S. in related field required; Qualifications: college degree and experience in and debugs scripts in site design and navigation;
minimum three years’ nonprofit experience accounting, finance, or related field required; conducts periodic reviews and analysis of websites;
required. Salary: $30K. For more information and experience with financial analysis and auditing maintains and updates website documentation.
to apply, visit www.idealist.org; e-mail: preferred; audit planning and reporting skills; Qualifications: B.S./B.A. from an accredited
firstname.lastname@example.org. excellent oral and written communication skills; college or university; experience in Web-authoring
good problem solving and analytical skills; strong software, including Dreamweaver and Fireworks;
PROGRAM ASSISTANT— computer skills. Send résumé and salary Flash experience preferred. For information and to
MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA • DC requirements to CFCA HR, 1 Elmwood Ave., KC, apply, e-mail email@example.com; phone: 202.350.6700.
Position available with Management and KS 66103; fax: 913.384.2211; e-mail:
Engineering Technologies International, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org. DEVELOPMENT AND
Duties: works on Middle East and North Africa COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR • DC
natural resource projects; develops work plans and SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER • DC Position available with Fair Chance. Duties:
reports; organizes travel; monitors and reconciles Position available with World Wildlife Fund (WWF). develops annual fundraising strategy and
budgets; works with USDA Forest Service Duties: responsible for managing the communica- communication plan; responsible for grant-writing,
International Programs staff. Qualifications: tions and fundraising for WWF’s participation in a cultivating individual donors, development of
ability to work with partners in government, NGO, partnership to supply timber for post-tsunami re- quarterly newsletter, and outreach to press.
private sector, and academia is required; Arabic building needs in SE Asia. Qualifications: graduate Qualifications: knowledge of Dreamweaver,
and/or Hebrew language skills preferred; natural degree in relevant field required; minimum seven Pagemaker, Photoshop, and database management;
resources background preferred; experience living years’ work experience in environmental policy, minimum three years’ direct experience in
and working in the region preferred; must be a U.S. business, or economics; strong interpersonal and fundraising; passion, enthusiasm and assertive
citizens. For more information, visit communication skills required; U.S. forestry knowl- can-do attitude. For more information and to
www.meticorp.com. E-mail résumé to edge preferred. For more information and to apply, apply, visit www.idealist.org; e-mail:
email@example.com; fax: 915.772.2253. visit www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs.cfm. firstname.lastname@example.org.
MATH AND SCIENCE TEACHERS • Sells, AZ
Positions available with Tohono O’odham High
HOT! OPPORTUNITIES School. Duty: teach math or science to Native
American high school students. Qualifications:
teaching certificate from any state accepted;
B.A./B.S. Starting salary: $32K. On campus
housing may be available. To apply contact Bill
PEACE CORPS COUNTRY DIRECTORS • Various locations Reese, Principal, Tohono O’odham High School,
Positions available with the Peace Corps. Duties: responsible for the management of all aspects HC01 Box 8513, Sells, AZ 85634; phone:
of the program. Qualifications: senior-level executive with extensive and exceptional leadership 520.362.2400; fax: 520.362.2256.
skills, international experience, administrative expertise, demonstrated experience mentoring staff
or volunteers; international development experience desirable; must be a U.S. citizen. There is no ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
requirement of prior Peace Corps Volunteer service. For information and to apply, visit FIELD INSTRUCTOR • Hunt, TX
www.peacecorps.gov/employment/countrydirector.cfm or phone Mike Mikolaitis at 800.424.8580, Position available with Mo-Ranch-Environmental
ext. 2114 or 202.692.2114. Leadership Program. Be part of a creative team
whose goal is to make use of the natural outdoor
*PEACE CORPS WEEK ASSISTANT • DC environment as an alternative educational setting
Full-time position available 8/7/2005 through 8/5/2006 assisting with planning and evaluation of for activities that promote personal, academic, and
Peace Corps Week activities. Duties: plans and facilitates overseas telephone calls between Peace spiritual growth. Qualification: must enjoy working
Corps Volunteers and U.S. classrooms; responds to e-mail and telephone inquiries about Peace with children and being outdoors. Housing and
Corps Week; maintains database. Qualifications: excellent written and oral communication skills; some meals provided. Deadline: 8/1/2005. For in-
careful attention to detail; ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously; Excel experience. formation and to apply, phone Patrick Fitzgerald at
Experience with the Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell World Wise Schools program is a plus. Salary: 800.460.4401 or email@example.com.
$17.16/hour (FP-7/01). Send cover letter and résumé to Peace Corps Week Coordinator, Paul D.
Coverdell Peace Corps Headquarters, Domestic Programs, 2nd Floor, 1111 20th Street NW, SAFETY & HEALTH TRAINER • DC
Washington, DC 20526; fax: 202.692.1421. Position available with United Food and
Commercial Workers International Union. Duties:
PEACE CORPS CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE • Ames, Iowa conducts and coordinates training and provides
Iowa State University seeks a part-time Peace Corps campus representative for the 2005 academic technical assistance for membership, union stew-
year. Qualifications: previous Peace Corps service required. Duties: informs the University and ards, safety and health committees, and leadership;
Ames community of Peace Corps service opportunities through a variety of outreach activities, develops curriculum and training materials; re-
including participation in campus fairs, classroom presentations, information meetings, bulletin cruits participants; collects and evaluates data from
boards, presentations at campus organization meetings, in-office advising, electronic communi- sites on hazardous chemicals and exposures; fre-
cation, and website maintenance; works closely with the Peace Corps recruiter office in Minne- quent travel required. Qualifications: B.A./B.S. in
apolis and will be an integral part of the study abroad center at Iowa State University. Receive a industrial hygiene, safety, public health, or equiva-
graduate assistantship with compensation of up to $1,800/month, including tuition scholarship and lent field experience; fluent in English and Spanish
benefits. Send cover letter, résumé, and two references to Jane Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org; required; experience in conducting worker, adult,
address: 256 Memorial Union, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011. or public health education; must be computer savvy;
minimum two years’ word processing experience;
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commitment and interest in the labor movement. writing and communication skills; international ties; experience working or living in another coun-
Fax cover letter and résumé to 202.466.1501; experience with a demonstrated commitment to try, preferably in a developing country;
e-mail: résumé@ufcw.org. international health and development, and/or an demonstrated ability to work well with people of
interest in private sector approaches to develop- diverse cultural backgrounds. Salary: $35K/year.
PROGRAM OFFICER • DC ment preferred. For information and to apply, visit For information and to apply, e-mail Stephanie
Position available with World Wildlife Fund. www.psi.org. No phone calls or e-mails. Alt Lamm at email@example.com; website:
Duties: provides project management support to www.pubpol.duke.edu/dcid.
members of the Global Forest and Trade Network ASSISTANT PROGRAM COORDINATOR •
(GFTN) in locations throughout the world; assumes Atlanta FOOD PROGRAM SUPERVISOR •
operational leadership and assists with coordina- Position available with the Carter Center. Duties: Portland, OR
tion of GFTN activities, including development of provides necessary support to the health programs, Part-time position available with Outside In.
program strategy, fundraising, budget management, specifically Trachoma Control Program (TCP), by Duties: oversees daily operations for a food pro-
special event planning, reports, and communica- maintaining a computerized calendar, composing gram serving homeless youth; oversees menu plan-
tion. Qualifications: B.A. in business or related correspondence, handling logistics of meetings, ning, ordering, and health compliance; supervises
field required; minimum five years’ experience conferences and special projects, researching volunteers. Qualifications: minimum two years’
required; familiarity with forestry and trade issues; information for reports, and presentations and food service experience, preferably for groups of 40
proven program and project management experi- assistance to Global 2000 field offices as needed. or more people. Work 36 hours/week, Sunday
ence; knowledge of field-based work; knowledge Qualifications: B.A. in related field required; through Thursday. Salary: $11.25–11.75/hour with
of systems that facilitate international project coor- minimum one year related experience required; benefits. For information and to apply, visit
dination is preferred. For more information and to experience in a developing country is highly www.outsidein.org/employment.htm.
apply, visit www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs.cfm. desired; knowledge of MS Word and Excel
required; knowledge of MS Access, PowerPoint, RESOURCE AND ACTIVITY SPECIALIST •
HOUSING SPECIALIST • Portland, OR and MS Outlook preferred; ability to read reports in Portland, OR
Part-time position available with Outside In. Duty: French and conversational French preferred. Send Part-time position available with Outside In.
work 32–36 hours/week at a 24-hour transitional cover letter and résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org; fax: Duties: works in day program for homeless youth,
housing program for youth, ages 16 to 21. Shifts 404.420.3818. ages 16 to 21; provides individual and group skills-
include swing, overnight, and weekends; work with building services. Qualifications: minimum two
a team. Qualifications: minimum two years’ GED INSTRUCTOR • DC years’ experience with homeless or at risk youth;
experience with housing and shelter programs and Position available with Latin American Youth Cen- bilingual in Spanish and English preferred. Work
working with homeless or at-risk youth; B.A./B.S. ter. Duties: maintains and improves basic skills and 22 to 28 hours/week, including Sundays. Salary:
in related field; fluent in Spanish and English GED preparation curriculum for diverse group of $11–$11.50/hour with benefits. For information
preferred. Salary: $10.75–$11.25/hour with 16- to 24-year-olds; teaches basic skills and GED and to apply, visit www.outsidein.org/
benefits. For more information and to apply, visit preparation classes; serves as a mentor to five to ten employment.htm.
www.outsidein.org/employment.htm. youth, meeting with mentees weekly and updates
folders and records in the database as necessary; PROGRAM COORDINATOR • DC
WILDERNESS INSTRUCTORS • FL and SC updates educational resource guide as necessary. Position available with World Wildlife Fund
Positions available with Outward Bound Qualifications: B.A. in related field with minimum (WWF). Duties: responsible for budgeting and
Discovery. Duty: work in a wilderness environment two years’ experience in teaching basic skills and financial management, revenue contracts manage-
with at-risk and adjudicated youth in Florida and GED preparation; fluent in Spanish strongly ment, contracting, long-range planning, and
South Carolina. Internship, seasonal and full-time preferred; flexible, energetic, and positive accounting; provides general administration for
work positions available. New staff training occurs individual with commitment to youth development assigned programs. Qualifications: B.A. in related
four times/year. For more information e-mail: in a high quality, respectful environment. Salary: field required; minimum five years of successful
email@example.com. Send résumé to mid- to high-$30K. For information and to apply, and substantial financial and administration
Alyse Ostreicher, Associate Director, OB e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; fax: 202.232.2895. management experience required; experience with
Discovery, 177 Salem Court, Tallahassee, FL 32301; government funded NGOs preferred; strong com-
fax: 850.922.6721. PROGRAM COORDINATOR • Durham, NC munication skills preferred. For information and to
Position available with Duke University’s Center apply, visit www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs.cfm.
FIELD MANAGER • Atlanta for International Development. Duties: provides
Position available with Entertainment Works Inc. professional services, including career counseling SENIOR ASSOCIATE/
Duties: manages field staff and several field and workshops, professional development programs, INTERNATIONAL RECRUITER •
locations; must work weekends. Qualifications: and organizes visits and outreach for fellows in the San Francisco
self-motivated; management experience; enjoy international development policy program; coordi- Position available with DPK Consulting. Duties:
working under tight deadlines, on a project-to- nates alumni relations, professional development works with program development director and
project basis, and in a public environment. Paid trip to Washington, D.C., special events, and new senior management to identify recruitment needs;
training provided. Eligible to earn a monthly bonus initiatives; liaises with organizations that enhance manages the firm’s recruitment of development
based on productivity. For more information, visit the professional development of fellows. professionals, primarily for international
www.eworksinc.com. Send résumé, work history, Qualifications: minimum two years’ experience in assignments in transitional and developing
contact information, and salary requirements to program administration or in a position involving countries. Qualification: minimum five years’
email@example.com with “Atlanta Manager” in academic, instructional, or programmatic activi- related experience required. Send CV to
the subject line.
SENIOR PROGRAM ASSISTANT, ASIA • DC
Position available with Population Services Inter-
national (PSI). Duty: works with program manage-
ment staff to provide general administrative and Business Careers, Careers in Agriculture, Careers in Teaching,
programmatic support to PSI’s social marketing Environmental Careers, and International Careers
programs. Qualifications: B.A. required; minimum
two years’ work experience; dynamic and creative; You can download these publications at www.peacecorps.gov/rvs/publications.
proficiency in computer applications; excellent
PEACE CORPS FELLOWS/USA
Peace Corps Fellows/USA works with nearly 40 universities that offer financial assistance to RPCVs who wish to attend graduate
school and work in underserved U.S. communities. Below is a partial list of universities and subject areas. For the complete list,
visit www.peacecorps.gov/fellows; call 800.424.8580, ext. 1440; or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carnegie Mellon University George Washington University New School University
Pittsburgh, PA Washington, DC New York, NY
Public policy/management, arts management, or Transition special education, secondary education. Urban policy analysis/management, health services
healthcare policy management. David Eber, phone: Dr. Jeanne Embich, phone: 202.973.1061; e-mail: management and policy, human resources management,
412.268.2164; e-mail: email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org. organizational change management. Suzy Stein, phone:
212.229.5311, ext. 1215; e-mail: email@example.com.
DePaul University Illinois State University
Chicago, IL Normal, IL Northern Arizona University
Elementary and high school special education Applied economics, political science, sociology with Flagstaff, AZ
certification. Justin Speer, phone: 312.362.6911; sequences in applied community and economic Business. Ted Bouras, phone: 928.523.3657; e-mail:
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. development. Phone: 309.438.7090; e-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
email@example.com. Beverly Beyer, phone:
Duke University 309.438.8685; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Rutgers University
Durham, NC Camden, NJ
Public policy (MPP) with option to earn joint degrees Indiana University Master of Public Affairs in educational policy and leadership
in professional or Ph.D. programs; international Bloomington, IN with K-12 teaching position at the LEAP Academy. Dr.
development policy (PIDP) with several concentration Master of Public Affairs (M.P.A.) in comparative and Michael H.Lang, phone: 856.225.6339; e-mail:
options. MPP: Katherine Flynn, phone: 919.613.7412; international affairs; economic development; nonprofit email@example.com.
e-mail: MPPadmit@duke.edu; PIDP: Stephanie management. Master of Science in Environmental
Alt Lamm, phone: 919.613.7356; e-mail: Science (M.S.E.S.) in applied ecology; environmental Seton Hill University
firstname.lastname@example.org. chemistry, and water resources. Jennifer Forney, phone: Greensburg, PA
812.855.2840; e-mail: email@example.com. Art therapy, business administration, elementary education,
Duquesne University marriage and family therapy, special education,
Pittsburgh, PA Johns Hopkins University technologies-enhanced learning, popular-fiction writing.
Social and public policy, business administration, Baltimore, MD Jenell Krymowski, phone: 724.838.4283; e-mail:
conflict resolution, peace studies. Dr. Evan Stoddard, Nursing, public health. Mary O’Rourke, phone: firstname.lastname@example.org.
phone: 412.396.5179; e-mail: email@example.com. 410.955.7548; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southern New Hampshire University
Florida Institute of Technology Loma Linda University Manchester, NH
Melbourne, FL Loma Linda, CA Community economic development, international
Environmental science, engineering, management, Public health, including global health, humanitarian community economic development, business, National
teaching, and other areas of education (science, assistance, and reproductive health. Dr. Barbara Weekend Program. Dr. Catherine Rielly, phone:
mathematics, computer). Dr. Tom Marcinkowski, Anderson, phone: 909.558.4902; e-mail: 603.644.3156; e-mail:email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
phone: 321.674.8946; e-mail: email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teachers College, Columbia University
Fordham University Marquette University New York, NY
Bronx, NY Milwaukee, WI Urban education, including bilingual education, teaching
International political economy and development. Business, engineering, communication, English, math or science, ESOL, special education, reading special-
Dr. Henry Schwalbenberg, phone: 718.817.4064; economics, history, international affairs, philosophy, ist. Reed Dickson, phone: 212.678.4025; e-mail:
e-mail: email@example.com. political science, public service. Carole Ferrara, phone: PCFellows@tc.edu.
414.288.5861; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA New Mexico State University
Elementary education and English as a second language Las Cruces, NM
master’s programs. Dr. Jack Levy, phone: Public health, border health, health education, social
703.993.3689; e-mail: email@example.com. Lynn Walker work, nursing. Dr. Sue Forster-Cox, phone:
Levy, phone: 703.993.3602; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. 505.646.2183; e-mail: email@example.com.
résumé@dpkconsulting.com with “SF05-02” in the Salary: $30K–$34K. For information and to ap- development or marketing in developing countries;
subject line. ply, visit www.outsidein.org/employment.htm. experience in conflict and post-conflict environments
preferred; demonstrated commitment to gender and
EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE CENTER SENIOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT development with strong theoretical knowledge
COORDINATOR • Portland, OR OFFICER • DC combined with practical experience. Send application
Position available with Outside In. Duties: oversees Position available with Women for Women to Women for Women International, 1850 M Street
operations and leads team in employment resource International. Duties: responsible for identifying, NW, Suite 1090, Washington D.C. 20036; e-mail:
center for homeless youth up to 24 years old. developing, and expanding income generation firstname.lastname@example.org.
Qualifications: engaging, organized, and highly- opportunities for chapter offices, program
skilled as a facilitative leader; excellent skills and participants, and graduates; provides chapter ASSOCIATE/PROPOSAL COORDINATOR •
background in communication, coordination, offices with business skills and income San Francisco
workforce development, and team and program generation expertise; provides capacity strength- Position available with DPK Consulting.
development; minimum four years’ relevant expe- ening technical assistance and advice; plans and Qualifications: exceptional organizational and com-
rience with program coordination and supervisory oversees tasks to facilitate the economic self- munication skills; ability to solve problems creatively,
experience; B.A. required; background in workforce sufficiency of program participants, and multi task, and work under tight deadlines; experience
development preferred; M.A. in related field pre- graduates. Qualifications: M.A. in marketing or coordinating proposals required. E-mail CV to
ferred; fluent in Spanish and English preferred. M.B.A.; eight to ten years’ experience in business résumé@dpkconsulting.com with “SF05-03” in the
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DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS AND in technical areas including, legal and regulatory ably in the remote regions of francophone Africa.
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT • San Francisco reform, trade and investment policy (familiarity of Send cover letter and résumé to email@example.com
Position available with DPK Consulting. Duties: CARICOM, and FTAA), commercial law, export with “Project Manager—Monkeypox DRC” in the
coordinates all aspects of proposal development; development, investment promotion, industry spe- subject line.
researches and tracks bidding opportunities; cialists, including tourism and hospitality,
facilitates bid decisions; convenes teams to IT-enabled services, business development ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR • Nongkhai, Thailand
draft proposals; recruits staff; identifies institu- services, customs and tax policy, institutional Position available with Sustaining Futures Southeast
tional partners; negotiates teaming agreements; reform, civil society outreach and public Asia. Duties: teaches English 20 hours/week.
reviews technical drafts, edits, and prepares relations, disaster and risk mitigation, grant Qualifications: ESL certification preferred; fluent in
final proposals; ensures proposal budgets are management, monitoring and evaluation, English required; Thai language skills preferred.
prepared. Qualifications: excellent communication accounting, and office management. For more Minimum four month commitment. Receive free
and collaboration skills; capacity to organize information, visit www.carana.com. E-mail accommodations and meals. This is an ongoing
and manage teams; meet deadlines; minimum résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org with “COTS” opportunity. For more information, visit
10 years’ experience. E-mail CV to in the subject line. No phone calls. www.sustaining-futures.org. E-mail résumé or CV
résumé@dpkconsulting.com with “SF05-01” in the and detailed letter outlining special interests and
subject line. DEPUTY CHIEF OF OPERATIONS • Liberia talents to email@example.com.
Position available with DynCorp International, a
PROGRAM ASSISTANT • Baltimore U.S. Department of State contractor. Duties: PROGRAM CONSULTANT • South Asia
Position available with Johns Hopkins University provides operational management of the recruit- Position available with Global Fund for Children.
and the Center for Communications programs. ing and vetting portion of the security sector Duties: identifies appropriate and qualified
Duties: provides support for projects and regional reform program; supervises a large international community based organizations (CBO); facilitates
activities for the Near East, Europe, and Eurasia staff; supervises recruitment and vetting processes; proposal and grants administration process; oversees
regions; responsible for administrative and works with the local population; liaises with monitoring and reporting. Qualifications: excellent
programmatic tasks; communicates with the field Liberian government, U.S. government, and project management skills; familiarity with local and
offices; works on proposals, correspondence, and United Nations. Qualifications: program manage- regional CBO community and capacity; knowledge
reports, responsible for filing. Qualifications: strong ment experience; relevant expertise; international of child social protection and youth development;
organizational and communication skills; fluent in experience in developing countries; high level of based in focus country, ability to travel in region
Arabic; B.A./B.S. in public health or related field energy, maturity, and initiative; strong interper- (Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia). This is a part-time,
preferred; travel overseas when required; knowl- sonal skills; military, U.S. government, United temporary one year contract that may be renewable.
edge of the Near East preferred. Salary: Nations, NGO, or human rights experience pre- Deadline: 7/31/2005. Send cover letter and CV to
$30K–$45K. Deadline: 8/31/2005. Send résumé to ferred. Send résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org. jobs@globalfundforchildren; fax: 202.331.9004.
the HR/Program Assistant at email@example.com
with job code “PC-20518” in the subject line; fax: PROJECT MANAGERS • Sudan LEGAL ADVISOR • Liberia
410.659.6266. Positions available with the Sandi Group. Duties: Position available with DynCorp International, a
manage construction projects of schools and U.S. Department of State contractor. Duties: advises
ASS’T PROGRAM COORDINATOR • DC clinics by local communities and construction on human rights vetting procedures of candidates for
Position available with For Love of Children contractors; initiate and foster community partici- the national armed forces; advises the staff on legal
(FLOC). Duties: works as a liaison with pation; mentor locals in unfamiliar construction matters related to recruitment and vetting; provides
community-based organizations under the techniques. Qualifications: project management counsel to the promotion board and appeals board;
supervision of the external programs coordinator; experience preferred; ability to manage multiple works with the local population; liaises with Liberia
works with organizations to facilitate community tasks; passionate about helping local people; institutions. Qualifications: law degree required;
education for neighborhood children through willingness to work in a difficult environment. human rights experience and relevant expertise
tutorial programs in reading and math; supervises a Send résumé and salary requirement to required; international experience in developing
new Wednesday evening program at FLOC. Fax firstname.lastname@example.org. countries; familiarity with investigations; high level
letter of interest and résumé to 202.462.8369 with of energy and initiative; strong interpersonal skills;
“NTP” in the subject line. FIELD OFFICE SUPPORT ASSOCIATE, human rights, NGO, United Nations, or U.S.
LITERACY SPECIALIST, AND government experience preferred. Contract is one
ASIA AREA SR. HEALTH ADVISOR • year with possible two year extension. Send résumé
INTERNATIONAL Various locations to email@example.com.
Positions available with Save the Children.
TEACHERS • China Positions include field office support associate, LOGISTICS/MOVEMENT OFFICER • Liberia
Position available with Aston Educational literacy specialists, and Asia area senior health Position available with DynCorp International, a
Services. Qualifications: fluent in English; advisor. For more information and to apply, visit U.S. Department of State contractor. Duties: plans
minimum age of 21 required; college degree in any www.savethechildren.org/careers/index.asp. and coordinates all logistical and movement require-
subject; teaching experience; willing to teach classes ments; supervises maintenance, accountability, and
for children ages 5 to17. For more information PROJECT MANAGER • control of vehicle fleet; works with local population
and to apply, e-mail Bruce Blanch at Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo to coordinate flights and other requirements through
firstname.lastname@example.org. Position available with University of North UN and Liberian government; liaises with Liberia
Carolina and the University of California, Los institutions. Qualifications: logistical management
TRADE AND COMPETITIVENESS Angeles. Duties: manages a large scale study of experience and relevant expertise; international
SPECIALISTS • Antigua and Dominica the epidemiology of monkeypox; daily manages experience in developing countries; high level of
Positions available with CARANA Corporation. the study from Kinshasa; works approximately energy and initiative; strong interpersonal skills;
Duties: short- and long-term experts work with forty percent of the time at rural field sites; coor- military, NGO, UN, or U.S. government experience
anticipated USAID-funded project that will focus dinates logistics and supply management; trains preferred. Send résumé to email@example.com.
on stimulating trade and economic growth in the staff; participates in regular site visits; liaises with
Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) staff and Congolese counterparts. Qualifications: APTITUDE TESTING OFFICERS • Liberia
countries. Qualifications: minimum five years’ fluent in French required; M.A. or equivalent Positions available with DynCorp International, a
experience required; experience working with experience in public health; minimum two years’ U.S. Department of State contractor. Duties: manage
international organizations, preferred; experience field experience in developing countries, prefer- and administer aptitude tests for candidates to the
Crisis Corps Recruiting Short-Term Volunteers
Cameroon in project design or strategic planning; experience carried out; ensure that the policies and procedures
Project Hope requests one Crisis Corps with project monitoring and evaluation; flexibility, for program development, implementation and
Volunteer to work as a Technical Officer for patience, and good interpersonal skills to work with monitoring are adhered to by all Wat/San team
five to six months. Duties: assesses the a variety of people; successful completion of two members; assess damage to water systems in need
knowledge, attitudes, and practices of the target years’ Peace Corps Volunteer service in East or of refurbishment to determine bill of quantities
groups on HIV/AIDS; evaluates the content southern Africa; knowledge of income generating (materials and costs) and create specifications;
and efficacy of existing materials in use in the activities and/or marketing in a developing country; ensure that contractors adhere to engineering
project; identifies materials in use by similar ability to work with minimal supervision and to specifications for Wat/San facilities to be newly
organizations; gives guidance in assessing maintain productive relationships on a team. reconstructed or refurbished. Qualifications:
HIV/AIDS training, technical assistance, and degree in civil engineering or related field;
consultation needs of Project Hope staff and on Namibia experience in water sanitation; flexible with the
the implementation of effective Behavior The Namibian Ministry of Education and ability to adapt to changing conditions; able to
Change Communication programs; gives guid- Regional AIDS Committees for Education work independently and carry out duties with
ance in developing appropriate HIV/AIDS (RACE) request a team of four HIV/AIDS minimal supervision; demonstrated experience
monitoring and evaluation indicators and Volunteer Coordinators for six-month implementing complex projects within time
systems to document and evaluate the efficacy assignments. Duties: implement the national HIV/ limitations. Desired Qualifications: capacity to
of the project. Mandatory Qualifications: AIDS policy and establish and strengthen the transfer knowledge and skills to local staff and
undergraduate degree in appropriate field, “Window of Hope” and “My Future Is My Choice” training experience; demonstrated experience in
including public health or health education; after-school programs; establish HIV/AIDS clubs; construction, contracting and cost estimates;
demonstrated experience in developing train teachers to serve as HIV/AIDS coordinators; experience in working in zones of conflict;
behavior change communication interventions provide project-specific orientation and training for computer skills including AutoCAD; fluent in
and materials; thorough knowledge of HIV/ the incoming Peace Corps trainees assigned to RACE. Sinhala or Tamil language.
AIDS; teaching/training skills; solid
interpersonal skills and ability to function well Sri Lanka International Organization for Migration (IOM)
as a team player; ability to work independently International Organization for Migration requests requests two Crisis Corps Volunteers to serve as
with minimal support; successful completion two Crisis Corps Volunteers to serve as Water Systems Engineers for three-month
of Peace Corps Volunteer service; willingness Administrative Development Officers for three- assignments beginning in August. Duties: assist in
to work long hours. month assignments beginning in August. Duties: devising and implementing water sanitation
(WATSAN) plans; ensure the WATSAN needs
build capacity in organizational development;
Ecuador oversee office administration, human resources, and
are met for beneficiary populations; assist in edu-
CEMOPLAF requests one Latin America RPCV cating beneficiary population on management of
with a strong background in HIV/AIDS and finance, procurement; develop team building; resources linked to WATSAN; ensure that
public health issues for a six-month HIV/AIDS oversee reporting systems; communicate amongst required construction materials are procured and
Advisor assignment in Quito. The assignment different office operations to affect synergy and or delivered to the respective sites in a timely manner;
will involve a travel component and require crosscutting themes; report writing and overall basic ensure that proper authorization for land from the
strong Spanish language skills, among other office operations. Qualifications: university degree government is obtained and that providers of other
project specific requirements. in management, business administration, essential services such as water sanitation,
accounting, human resource or related field; electricity and other basic amenities are identified
The Association of Girl Scouts of Ecuador and contacted prior to the commencement of
practical experience in related field; ability to work
requests one Youth Development Volunteer shelter construction works; coordinate with
for a six-month assignment providing independently within agreed deadlines as well as an
partner agencies who work principally on
institutional support and development to effective team member; computer and finance skills WATSAN and assist in supervising the
strengthen the organization and increase adult to include basic accounting; familiarity with implementation of projects in IOM sites; monitor
membership. The Crisis Corps Volunteer will reporting standards and worksheets; experience with construction activities carried out by contractors;
focus on developing program and training logistics skills such as event planning, office work closely with the head of sub-office and the
materials, fundraising, strategic planning, and procurement, and office system monitoring and finance office regarding the contract management,
other institutional development as well as tracking; ability to maintain performance close out procedures, and final payment to the
organizing a one-week summer camp for expectations in diverse cultural contexts, psycho- sub-contractor. Qualifications: degree in civil
low-income girls. engineering, architecture, or related field; flexible
logically stressful environment, and physical
and willing to work under difficult work and living
Malawi hardship conditions.
conditions; prior water/sanitation and
Work for Rural Health, a national NGO construction project management experience;
supported by the Open Society Initiative for Christian Children’s Fund requests four Crisis monitoring and evaluation experience; ability to
Southern Africa (OSISA) and Inter Aide, Corps Volunteers for a three-month assignment be- maintain performance expectations in diverse
requests one Crisis Corps Volunteer to serve for ginning in August to work as Water and cultural contexts, psychologically stressful
six months as a Strategic Planner and Sanitation Engineers. Duties: provide technical environment, and physical hardship conditions.
Computer Trainer. Duties: monitors and supervision for the water and sanitation component
evaluates project activities; develops a three- of the project; review proposals; develop and design GOAL requests four volunteers to work as
year strategic plan to ensure sustainability; projects; monitor project implementation; strengthen Capacity Building volunteers for field staff in Sri
trains staff on basic computer operation usage. capacity of local staff using computer software and Lanka. Duties: training in project reporting;
Mandatory Qualifications: conversant with systems; review project and activities currently administration and management, including
computer operations and packages; experience underway, prepare reports on progress, and make computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel, MS
recommendations to improve the quality of the work
Access and use of e-mail; basic financial and assets in record and physical inventory; trains tions: fluent in spoken Thai language; experience
logistic procedures; report writing and proposal one villager at each site to do most of these in construction of low-income housing;
writing; setting up of monitoring and evaluation tasks. Qualifications: degree or experience in experience working in a nonprofit organization;
systems; and program evaluation techniques. industrial engineering, business management, prior experience with Habitat for Humanity.
Qualifications: M.A. in development studies or or related field; experience in production
relevant degree; experience in project control or management, and procurement of Village officials in Mooban Nua request one
management; experience in capacity building and construction materials; experience in clerical Crisis Corps Volunteer to serve as a Youth
rural participatory assessment. Desired work (record keeping); EMA RPCV; good Development Worker. Working with a village
Qualifications: experience or training in organizational skills; ability to work within heavily affected by the tsunami on the southern
engineering/construction in developing countries. unstable and difficult conditions; cross- coast of Thailand, the Volunteer will serve as an
cultural management experience; experience advisor in creating a playground for the village
Thailand with staff/volunteer management; ability to children. Duties: conducts a needs assessment
Habitat for Humanity requests one Crisis Corps speak, read, and write Thai. Desired for the youth programming in the village, coordi-
Volunteer to work as a Project Planner for a Qualifications: experience in construction nates with the Construction Management volun-
six-month assignment beginning in August. material production; prior experience with teer to meet the needs of local youth, help with
Duties: develops a housing construction plan Habitat for Humanity; familiarity with current translation issues as needed between the
using Microsoft Project Software; develops construction technology; familiarity with Construction Management volunteer and village
housing construction data questionnaires which housing material production techniques. elders. Qualifications: experience in youth
will gather data on all planned and ongoing development; Thai language skills, successful
Habitat housing projects; enters all relevant data completion of Peace Corps service in the Europe,
into the MS Project Housing Construction Plan; Habitat for Humanity requests two Crisis Mediterranean, and Asia region; ability and
analyzes available data and report findings; trains Corps Volunteers for a six-month assignment willingness to live and work in a difficult setting
the administrative assistant and construction in Thailand as Construction Site Supervisors. with children who have been severely
manager in the use and maintenance of the plan. Duties: develop construction schedule; plan traumatized and continue to deal with side effects
Qualifications: experience in using Microsoft and direct volunteers on a day-to-day basis; of the tsunami.
Project Software; experience with collecting and coordinates the scheduling and training of site
organizing data; experience with generating project specific construction staff; secure major Zambia
reports and schedules; experience with Project purchases/donations; provide regular progress Hands at Work, a host-country NGO, requests
Planning and Implementation; EMA RPCV; reports; arranges for purchase of tools and one NGO Development Advisor for a six-month
ability to work within unstable and difficult manage tool inventory; monitors material and assignment. Duties: develops financial tracking
conditions; ability to work independently with labor quality and ensure all homes conform to tools and financial management systems; assists
minimal support. Desired Qualifications: housing design plans; ensure the safety and with resource mobilization and the development
construction management background; security of all staff and volunteers on the con- of income-generating activities for programs
experience in construction of low-income struction site; oversee the method of operation focused on home-based care for orphans and
housing; prior experience with Habitat for and methods of construction on the worksite; vulnerable children. Required qualifications:
Humanity; familiarity with housing material oversee the successful completion of the site diploma or degree in economics, experience in
production techniques. building plan; monitor house costs relative to accounting, business management, NGO
budget; oversee site preparation, including development, or any related degree; demonstrated
Habitat for Humanity requests one Crisis Corps demolition of existing houses and rubble computer skills in database development; proven
Volunteer to work as a Material Production removal; manage construction support on the capabilities in strategic planning or NGO
Coordinator for a six-month assignment worksite. Qualifications: minimum two years’ development; ability to work independently with
beginning in August. Duties: plans raw material experience in construction field; staff manage- minimal support is essential; understanding of
orders; tracks product orders from Habitat, other ment experience; project management the work of NGOs/faith-based organizations;
NGOs, and the general public; plans and experience; strong leadership and organiza- and experience with the development and use of
organizes material production; assures the quality tional skills; excellent strategic thinking financial management systems and financial
of products; collects production data; develops ability; ability to work within unstable and tracking tools. Desired Qualifications: experi-
protocol for calculating bi-weekly wages for difficult conditions; cross-cultural management ence in training of trainers in basic project ac-
villagers and trains a villager to complete the experience; familiarity with current Habitat for counting; experience in resource mobilization
calculations; provides weekly stock, production Humanity construction technology (concrete and entrepreneurship development; successful
capacity, revolving fund performance and post and beam and interlocking load-bearing completion of Peace Corps service in Africa.
production; reports to the project manager; tracks blocks, concrete roof tiles). Desired Qualifica-
How to Apply
For additional assignments and more detailed descriptions of these assignments, including the required qualifications, visit the Crisis Corps website at
www.peacecorps.gov/rpcv/crisiscorps; or call 202.692.2250 or 1.800.424.8580, ext. 2250. Applications can be downloaded from the website.
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REGISTRATION OFFICERS • Liberia with the local population; liaises with Liberia
Position available with DynCorp International, a institutions. Qualifications: human rights
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Position available with DynCorp International, a résumé, two references, and a description of ser- epidemiology, tropical medicine and parasitology,
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responsible for vetting candidates for the national Tillers International, 10515 East OP Avenue, environmental health, or international health and
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Internationalist Coordinators, at 800.676.5389;
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Peace Corps Career Centers
A career center with job postings, resource books, computers, fax AMERICORPS/VISTA
machines, and phones is available at our Arlington, Va./Washington, D.C.,
recruitment office. Smaller career areas are available in our FIELD TEAM MEMBER • ME
Position available with Maine Conservation Corps
other regional recruitment offices. from 8/15/2005 to 11/5/2005. Duties: works with
small six-person teams to build trails and maintain
Contact them for more information at www.peacecorps.gov. outdoor facilities throughout Maine; helps maintain
Maine’s park and public lands. Qualifications:
* indicates this announcement has appeared in previous issues of HOTLINE. Page 9
minimum age of 18 required; must be U.S. citi-
zen; ability to live and perform strenuous work.
Salary: $225/week with health insurance, and a Confused
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information and to apply, contact Maine
Conservation Corps, 124 State House Station, your Medical Officers
Augusta, ME 04333; phone: 207.287.4931;
ASSOCIATE • Boston federal The Peace Corps seeks NPs, PAs,
Position available with South Shore Habitat for employment?
Humanity. Duties: works on developing
and MDs with independent
systematic approaches to researching sources of practice experience to serve as
funds; renews, maintains, and reports on com- Visit www.peacecorps.gov/rpcv/nce Peace Corps medical officers
munications with supporters of South Shore (PCMOs) worldwide.
Habitat for Humanity; provides written analysis Still have questions?
of the results for use in further marketing and PCMOs are paid contractors
fundraising development. Position begins Contact
Returned Volunteer Services who provide healthcare,
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e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: or 202.692.1430 and manage the
781.843.9080, ext. 8.
Peace Corps Volunteer
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT • Boston healthcare programs in their
Position available with Shore Habitat for country of assignment.
Humanity. Duties: works with the site selection
committee and vice president of operations to
Online Starting salary is $62K.
develop and implement a process for investigat-
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recruitment, training, and support of South Shore Opportunities
Habitat’s community-based local project For more information, visit
committees. Position begins 9/2005. For more International Career the Peace Corps website,
information and to apply, phone 781.843.9080,
ext. 8; e-mail: email@example.com. click on “Professional
PUBLIC RELATIONS COORDINATOR • Public Health Jobs Worldwide phone 202.692.1535; or e-mail
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Humanity. Duties: works with a marketing and the passwords. Please specify which
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media; provides the help to develop the strategies
for marketing and communications; promotes
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audiences. Position begins 9/2005. For more
information and to apply, phone 781.843.9080,
ext. 8; e-mail: email@example.com.
Career Information Consultants
This 369-page publication, categorized by career fields, company, and
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agreed to answer career-related inquiries on a voluntary basis.
For a copy of the directory, contact Returned Volunteer Services
and indicate whether you would like a hard copy or CD-ROM.