Jobs In Washington, District Columbia

Staff Care and Resilience Service Coordinator

This full-time position serves as a key member of the staff care and resilience team and focuses on coordinating the implementation and delivery of our services to clients around the world. This includes working closely with KonTerra Staff Care & Resilience Account Managers and service providers to ensure that services are implemented in a responsive and professional manner.

Individual Major Gifts Manager

The Individual Major Gifts Manager will provide support for the fundraising goals of a fast-paced Development department, focusing on fundraising initiatives of donors that give $1,000 or above annually. The ideal candidate will cultivate major donors through regular communication, one-on-one meetings and key cultivation events. He/She will work closely with leadership to identify new major donors to grow EGPAF’s individual major gift portfolio.

Recruitment and Outreach Specialist

The Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR) project is seeking a Recruitment and Outreach Specialist.

The Recruitment & Outreach Specialist will serve on the program’s Recruitment Team. The position will work closely with the STAR staff, program partners, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) personnel to implement and support STAR and USAID’s program goals of a committed and diverse global public health workforce. The Recruitment & Outreach Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle recruitment of interns both domestically and internationally and the implementation of outreach activities. The position will report to the Recruitment and Outreach Manager.

General Counsel

The General Counsel is responsible for undertaking and/or overseeing the legal work for the organization; he/she is accountable for all aspects of PSI legal affairs, and ensures the appropriate protection of its legal rights. The incumbent stays abreast of activities across all divisions of the organization and evaluates this information to understand and anticipate potential legal impacts on the organization and to provide the best overall advice to PSI’s senior leadership team and other staff.

Program Manager

Equal Access International (www.equalaccess.org) seeks an experienced Program Manager to join our Project Management Unit (PMU). This person will be responsible for supporting projects in a relevant practice area, ensuring projects are effectively and safely implemented, deliverables are met and reported on, and that relevant compliance regulations and all contractual requirements are strictly followed. This position is part of a career progression track to a Practice Area Lead position with EAI, so the Program Manager is expected to support a chosen Practice Area and provide input on technical implementation, and business development activities where required. The Program Manager will report directly to the PMU Director, but will also coordinate closely with Leads in Peacebuilding & Transforming Extremism, Championing Gender Equality & Empowering Women, Governance & Civic Engagement, and Monitoring & Evaluation.

Health Economist – Neglected Tropical Diseases

R4D seeks a Health Economist to serve as the senior health financing lead on the USAID-funded ‘Act to End Neglected Tropical Diseases | East’ program, a global initiative led by RTI International to assist countries to expand and sustain efforts to control and eliminate these debilitating diseases. Previous experience working on NTDs is a plus but not required.

Director, Latin America and the Caribbean

This position is responsible for providing strategic leadership and vision for all Freedom House (FH) activities in and related to Latin America, including policy research, advocacy, and on the ground programming activities in line with FH’s mission and strategic framework. The position requires a candidate with deep knowledge of democracy and governance issues throughout the region, relationships there (including with civil society organizations (CSOs), government entities, the diplomatic community, etc.), and relationships with relevant USG executive and congressional branch entities (including USG donors supporting democracy programs in the region). These qualifications must be combined with a proven record of: designing and carrying out successful policy research and policy advocacy initiatives before the U.S. Congress and executive branch; designing and implementing innovative USG-funded democracy programming throughout the region that produce verifiable results; and effectively leading and managing diverse staff, including overseas operations.

Help Desk Support Engineer

We are seeking a D.C.-based Help Desk Support Engineer. As part of ACDI/VOCA’s Information Technology team, the Help Desk Support Engineer will assist ACDI/VOCA Headquarters and Field office staff by providing user administration support at the desktop, cloud, 3rd party applications, and network account management. Since 1963 and in 147 countries, ACDI/VOCA has empowered people in developing and transitional nations to succeed in the global economy. Based in Washington, D.C., ACDI/VOCA is a nonprofit international development organization that delivers technical and management assistance in agribusiness, financial services, enterprise development, community development, and food security to promote broad-based economic growth and vibrant civil societies. ACDI/VOCA has approximately 34 projects in 19 countries and total revenues of approximately $128 million.

Financial System Analyst

We are seeking a D.C.-based Financial Systems Analyst. As part of ACDI/VOCA’s Finance and Accounting department, the Financial Systems Analyst will be responsible for assisting with ongoing maintenance and improvement of the Business World ERP (Agresso) system in all the organization’s offices worldwide along with other systems that support our accounting and financial processes. Since 1963 and in 147 countries, ACDI/VOCA has empowered people in developing and transitional nations to succeed in the global economy. Based in Washington, D.C., ACDI/VOCA is a nonprofit international development organization that delivers technical and management assistance in agribusiness, financial services, enterprise development, community development, and food security to promote broad-based economic growth and vibrant civil societies. ACDI/VOCA has approximately 34 projects in 19 countries and total revenues of approximately $128 million.

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