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HR development at environmental NGO
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Costa Rica
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As a nonprofit grows, there is a grey phase between being small enough to have to recruit and manage HR yourself and being big enough to hire someone to do it or even outsource it. We are in that phase and are eager to develop our HR standards, but don't have the means to invest in it yet! Can you help us bridge the gap? Do you have some HR experience, feel comfortable writing job descriptions, protocols, and track things like time off?
Think Dignity Board Member
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United States
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Think Dignity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire, empower, and organize the community to advance basic dignity for those living on the streets. We embrace a vision in which dignity is a human right, everyone is valued, and each has a safe place to lay her head. Since 2006, Think Dignity has led social justice campaigns and provided cutting-edge services such as a transitional storage center, youth legal representation, 24/7 bathrooms, and mobile showers. Think Dignity is now recruiting members for its Board of Directors (“Board”) and Board committees to support the organization as it grows and adapts to meet the challenges of COVID-19. Our board is deeply passionate about Think Dignity’s mission and vision. In addition to standard governance roles and responsibilities, board members serve as community leaders and actively fundraise and network to advance basic dignity. Serving on the Board is an excellent opportunity for community leaders, activists, seasoned professionals, budding entrepreneurs, and anyone else looking to make a read and lasting impact on the lives of others. Board membership is a rewarding experience, which allows you to give back to the community, showcase your leadership skills, and network with others passionate about our city and its diverse communities. Position Title - Think Dignity Board Member Description Think Dignity’s Board is both a governance and working board. That means Board members are responsible for guiding the organization to achieve its mission, vision, and strategic goals. Board members also provide financial oversight and ensure compliance with the organization’s legal and ethical requirements. Board members oversee and guide the Executive Director. And finally, as a working board, Board members help to fundraise and execute our programs as active volunteers. Duties Board member positions are for two years with an option to renew. Board members commit to: - Assist in governing Think Dignity through financial oversight and active engagement. - Serve as a fiduciary to the organization. - Prepare for, and attend, bi-monthly board meetings (by phone or zoom for foreseeable future), specially set meetings, and the annual retreat. - Provide effective and strategic leadership and teamwork. - Serve on a Board committee (i.e., Communications, Development, Operations & Finance, Programs), which meet by phone or zoom during months the Board does not meet. - Secure or contribute funds and/or in-kind donations. - Stay informed about Think Dignity’s programs and impact on the community. - Be an ambassador for the organization and network about Think Dignity and its programs. Board members also help, as they are able, to: - Identify or introduce new donors to Think Dignity. - Identify or introduce new Board members, Board committee members, and/or volunteers. - Volunteer at Think Dignity programs and invite their family, friends, and colleagues. - Use their talent and skills to advance basic dignity and Think Dignity in the community. Think Dignity is an Equal-Opportunity Employer Think Dignity supports the principle that all persons are entitled to equal opportunity and does not discriminate on any basis prohibited by law. Think Dignity is committed to identifying and implementing positive, aggressive, and persistent measures to assure equal opportunity in the recruitment, hiring, and promotion of staff in light of ongoing economic injustices suffered by many people because of their sex, race, color, religion, pregnancy, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Think Dignity is a federal 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and California public benefit corporation.
Administration Assistant
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
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JOB PURPOSE Assist and supports the work of the president. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Schedule meetings, travel and other arrangements for president Write letters and correspondence Respond to email inquiries and route them to the president Proofread reports and written documents for grammar, punctuation and spelling errors Forward incoming general e-mails to the president Make meeting, travel and other arrangements for president Assist with financial reports as required QUALIFICATIONS Education High School Diploma Some College Knowledge, skills and abilities Word processing E-mail Internet Communications Must have STRONG interest in minority students and youth EXPERIENCE 2 to 3 years administration experience Functions: Administrative, Community Engagement/Outreach, Development/Fundraising, Marketing&Communications, Teaching&Instruction Time Commitment 5 Hours per day / 5 days per week / 6 months
Administrative Assistant
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
This position is responsible for supporting the CEO and Program Director of Infinity Nonprofit. The responsibilities include, however, not limited to, the following, in addition to other related duties: • Answer phones and greet visitors • Schedule appointments and maintain calendars • Schedule and coordinate staff and other meetings • Collate and distribute mail • Basic internet research • Prepare communications, such as memos, emails, invoices, reports and other correspondence • Write and edit documents from letters to reports and instructional documents • Create and maintain filing systems, both electronic and physical • Manage accounts and perform bookkeeping
Program Director
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
This position is responsible for researching, planning, developing, and implementing the Infinity Nonprofit’s programs. The responsibilities include, however, not limited to, the following, in addition to other related duties: • Serve in the capacity of direct supervision in the absence of the CEO. • Serve as the direct supervisor and trainer for the mentors and Administrative Assistant • Lead large group discussions to answer questions and remedy complaints. • Build a strong team through open communication and by collaborating on decision-making responsibilities. • Initiate and set goals for programs based on the organization's mission and vision. • Plan programs from start to finish, including identifying processes, deadlines, and milestones. • Develop and improve current and existing programs under the nonprofit. • Receive approval from the CEO prior to implementing any changes in the programs. • Serve in the capacity of administrative assistant and mentor, in the absence of either. • Other related duties in the capacity of funds research and grant preparation tasks.
Fundraiser
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
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GLOBAL PEACE MEDIA is a 501c3 tax-exempt non-profit organization in existence since 1993... Our mission is to educate people to stay healthy and to work towards environmental sustainability, social justice and peaceful co-existence with all People and Life Forms on our Planet. We have on-going Humanitarian Projects...United Nations NGO Projects...Film and Music Projects and weekly shows that go out to 180 countries. We are looking for an experienced fundraiser who can help us design and implement a fundraising strategy that will help us secure on-going funding to continue to help as many people as possible. Fully remote position ...you get to choose your schedule....and have the ability to be as creative as possible with your fundraising skills. COME JOIN OUR EFFORT TO CO-CREATE A BETTER WORLD! A few of our many Projects are described on our website. www.globalpeacemedia.org .
Volunteer Tutor
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
Looking for high school and college students willing to dedicate 1-5 hours a week to tutor K-12 students in a variety of academic subjects over Zoom meetings.
TATU ADVETURE COODINATOR (UNPAID POSITION)
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Tanzania
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
TATU PROJECT TATU Project is a non-profit organization that facilitates equal and sustainable development for the rural community of Msitu wa Tembo and Londoto in Northern Tanzania. We address community needs and build effective solutions through active collaboration with members of the community and relevant stakeholders. TATU ADVENTURES’ PROGRAM DESCRIPTION TATU Adventures is a branch of TATU Project which operates as a tour agency to generate income for the social and economic projects benefiting the communities in Msitu wa Tembo and Londoto. By collaborating with a number of local partners including independent guides, Tanzanian owned safari and climbing operators and relevant stakeholders we aim to provide a high quality and authentic travel experience in Tanzania while contributing to the development of sustainable tourism in the Kilimanjaro region. Our current work in sustainable tourism includes workshops, developing environmental, social, and economic sustainability strategies as well as financially supporting the projects run by TATU Project. TATU Adventures currently offers a variety of day and overnight trips within Kilimanjaro region, safari, mountain climbs and beach packages tailored specifically to our clients’ needs and desires. For more information of services offered to clients see: http://www.tatuproject.org/travel-in-tanzania JOB DESCRIPTION The role of the Project Coordinator is to support the Program manager and team members in daily operating duties whilst working together towards long-term goals and strategies. This will support the project to become more sustainable. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Gain thorough understanding of current status of the project and plan with the team on appropriate strategies and objectives. Develop and implement a long term sustainability strategy, encompassing environmental, social and economic aspects of TA’s work from existing strategies. Prepare activities necessary to conduct and clarify to reach the objective. Develop M&E system alongside the R&D manager and collect relevant data, content and methodology, research and develop tools required for projects. Assist in planning and delivering relevant guide workshop content as required. Build databases and gather relevant information. Support communication of TATU Project’s/ TATU Adventures’ goals with partners and key stakeholders and vice.versa. Support the Program Manager in areas necessary. Assist in budgeting and accounting of projects. Develop social media content to promote project initiatives. For more information about TATU Project and TATU Adventures please refer to www.tatuproject.org SELECTION CRITERIA It is essential for you to have: An undergraduate degree in Environmental Management and/or Sustainability, Environmental sciences, Tourism Management or a relevant degree or a minimum of 2 years experience working in a management role within the tourism industry, focussing on responsible/sustainable tourism. Cultural sensitivity. Excellent oral and written communication skills. A proficient level of English skills, writing and oral. Proven time management skills Innovative and analytical thinker, with an ability to find solutions to complex problems whilst incorporating the values of the organization. Ability to work well in a team and autonomously. Proven interpersonal skills/ability to deliver high standards of customer service. Passion and values that align with TATU Project. It is desirable for you to have: Experience working/volunteering and living overseas, preferably in a developing country. Experience working/volunteering with a NGO. Experience in project coordination. A good grasp of accounting and finance concepts. Computer literate across MS office applications and Google online suite. CONDITIONS The volunteer position is UNPAID. The minimum time commitment is 6 months, but there are opportunities to extend on mutual agreement VISA, flights and health insurance are not included. The volunteer house and office is located in Moshi, Tanzania The working week will mainly consist of office hours with an occasional requirement to work in the field. Possibility of working remotely BENEFITS Live and work abroad at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Moshi, Tanzania with an international NGO. Conduct field work supporting and working with local communities and gain strong hands on experience. Work with a diverse international team while learning about sustainability, tourism, and international development. Experience in collaborating with local & international partner organizations. A dedicated, friendly team and positive, dynamic working environment. Participate in day trips and activities in and around Moshi. Experience in developing strategies. TO APPLY Send you CV and cover letter to empowermentofficer@tatuproject.org " subject line TA Coordinator application"
W.E GROW COORDINATOR (UNPAID INTERNSHIP)
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Tanzania
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TATU PROJECT TATU Project is a non-profit organization that facilitates equal and sustainable development for the rural community of Msitu wa Tembo and Londoto in Northern Tanzania. We address community needs and build effective solutions through active collaboration with members of the community and relevant stakeholders. W.E. Grow PROGRAM DESCRIPTION W.E. Grow is a personal empowerment project that aims to empower the women of the Kazi na Sala women’s group in the social and interpersonal areas affecting their lives. The long-term goal of W.E. Grow is that the women in Msitu wa Tembo will feel empowered personally, within their families, and as members of a larger society. W.E. Grow provides a personal empowerment program for each woman to increase their agency on individual, relational, societal, and institutional levels. Then, through group support, they may start paving the way towards their personal objectives. JOB DESCRIPTION The role of the Project Coordinator is to support the Program manager and team members in daily operating duties whilst working together towards long-term goals and strategies. This will support the project to become more sustainable and assist the women involved to become more independent and empowered. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES · Gain thorough understanding of current status of the project and plan with the team on appropriate strategies and objectives · Work with team to review Establish a strategy with the leaders to increase membership and attract active members · Create W.E. Grow/empowerment related and implement curriculum that covers: conflict resolution, empowerment concepts, leadership, and group communication · Prepare curriculum + activities necessary to conduct and clarify to reach the objective · Ensure to collect data and review M&E system and survey – content and methodology, research and develop tools required for projects · Develop and implement gender policy within the organization · Support the Program Manager in areas necessary · Build databases and gather relevant information · Support communication of TATU goals with the community members and vice versa · Assist in budgeting and accounting of projects · Develop social media content to promote project initiatives · For more information please refer to www.tatuproject.org SELECTION CRITERIA It is essential for you to have: · An undergrad degree in either International Development, International Relations, Community Development, Gender Studies, Women’s Studies or a relevant degree · Excellent oral and written communication skills · Proven time management skills · Innovative and analytical thinker, with an ability to find solutions to complex problems whilst incorporating the values of the organization · Cultural sensitivity · Ability to work well in a team and autonomously · A proficient level of English skills, writing and oral · Passion and values that align with TATU Project It is desirable for you to have: · Experience working/volunteering and living overseas, preferably in a developing country · Experience working/volunteering with a NGO · Experience in project coordination · A good of grasp of accounting and finance concepts · Computer literate across MS office applications CONDITIONS · The volunteer position is UNPAID. · The minimum time commitment is 3 months, but there are opportunities to extend on mutual agreement · VISA, flights and health insurance are not included · The volunteer house and office is located in Moshi, Tanzania · The working week will mainly consist of office hours with one or two days working on the field Men/Boys are encouraged to apply Send your application via empowermentofficer@tatuproject.org withe subject line "W.E grow coordinator application from RemoteHub.
Women's empowerment Project (W.E Care Project)
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Tanzania
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
TATU PROJECT TATU Project is a non-profit organization that facilitates equal and sustainable development for the rural community of Msitu wa Tembo and Londoto in Northern Tanzania. We address community needs and build effective solutions through active collaboration with members of the community and relevant stakeholders. PROJECT Description W.E. Care’s predominant focus is on community empowerment. The program encompasses projects that allow the women to become educated in health issues, business knowledge and other practical skills and enable them to become empowered to deliver the knowledge to their community in a way that benefits all involved. KiliPads Project KiliPads aims to increase the level of knowledge regarding menstruation management and to decrease the social stigma surrounding it; while also making and selling reusable sanitary pads to increase the resources available to women in the community to help manage their menstruation. GENERAL TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Making sure the women are consistently making quality sanitary pads Review the packaging and labeling Test the product and make necessary improvements. Set up the business. Raise awareness about feminine hygiene in the community through a “marketing/awareness campaign” Plan, implement and coordinate the activities Record, report and file all the project information Conduct trainings, meetings, discussions on the field Ensure proper communication between all actors involved Monitor and evaluation of the project PROFILE REQUIRED Background in at least one of the following fields is highly preferable: Global health Project management International cooperation/development Business CONDITIONS The volunteer position is UNPAID. The minimum time commitment is 3 months, but there are opportunities to extend on mutual agreement VISA, flights and health insurance are not included The volunteer house and office is located in Moshi, Tanzania The working week will mainly consist of office hours with one or two days working on the field BENEFITS Live and work abroad at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Moshi, Tanzania with an international NGO. Conduct field work supporting and working with local communities and gain strong hands on experience Work with a diverse international team while learning about sustainability and international development. Experience in collaborating with local & international partner organizations. A dedicated, friendly team and positive, dynamic working environment. Participate in day trips and activities in and around Moshi. HOW TO APPLY Please send your CV and application letter to empowermentofficer@tatuproject.org with subject line “W.E. CARE Coordinator application from RemoteHub”
Grant Writing & Proposals
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Mozambique
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Love The Oceans (lovetheoceans.org) is looking for someone to help out on grant proposals for a variety of projects, some scientific, some socio-economic. You'll be guided by our Founder who will be available to ask questions but we're looking for high-level proposals for grants from 20k+. We already have a list of bodies we'd like to apply to but need someone to help with the proposals themselves due to time constraints on the current NGO staff body.
Fund Development Director (Remote)
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United States
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Are you an experienced fund developer? We’re looking for a Fund Development Director for NAMI San Fernando Valley/Santa Clarita Valley to assist in planning, organizing, and directing our fundraising opportunities, including NAMIWalks, a major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, special events, and capital campaigns. The Director works closely with the Fundraising Chair and the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors. While not guaranteed, this volunteer position has the potential to become a paid opportunity. The Fund Development Director will: --Meet prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis to establish effective communications with them. --Grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors. --Build the planned giving program with a focus on deferred gifts such as bequest expectancies. --Direct the annual fund program, including mailings and annual fundraising drives. --Direct capital campaigns and other major fundraising drives. --Coordinate fundraising special events. --Oversee prospect research. --Work closely with the Fundraising Chair and Board of Directors. --Make public appearances/accept speaking engagements to share information about the NAMIWalks with the community. --And as a plus: Get the satisfaction of giving of your heart and time to a worthwhile cause for a nationally recognized non-profit who Charity Magazine says is among the 100 non-profits most likely to change the world OTHER REQUIREMENTS: --2 years minimum experience in professional fundraising/fund development preferred --Knowledge and experience in fundraising techniques, particularly major gift fundraising --A career interest in Development or nonprofit management, a plus --Strong written and verbal communication skills, especially over phone and email --Possess the skills to work with and motivate staff, board members, and other volunteers --Have the desire to get out and build external relationships, be a "self-starter" and goal driven to initiate donor visits and fundraising calls --Be organized and exhibit "follow through" on tasks and goals; display a positive attitude, show concern for people and community; demonstrate presence, self-confidence, common sense, and good listening ability --Basic Microsoft Office Suite skills and ability to learn our simple database, NationBuilder
Think Dignity Board Member - Programs Committee
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United States
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Think Dignity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire, empower, and organize the community to advance basic dignity for those living on the streets. We embrace a vision in which dignity is a human right, everyone is valued, and each has a safe place to lay her head. Since 2006, Think Dignity has led social justice campaigns and provided cutting-edge services such as a transitional storage center, youth legal representation, 24/7 bathrooms, and mobile showers. Think Dignity is now recruiting members for its Board of Directors (“Board”) and Board committees to support the organization as it grows and adapts to meet the challenges of COVID-19. Our board is deeply passionate about Think Dignity’s mission and vision. In addition to standard governance roles and responsibilities, board members serve as community leaders and actively fundraise and network to advance basic dignity. Serving on the Board is an excellent opportunity for community leaders, activists, seasoned professionals, budding entrepreneurs, and anyone else looking to make a read and lasting impact on the lives of others. Board membership is a rewarding experience, which allows you to give back to the community, showcase your leadership skills, and network with others passionate about our city and its diverse communities. Position Title: Think Dignity Board Member - Programs Committee Description Think Dignity’s Programs Committee ensures that the organization’s programs have a viable and sustainable strategy, are sufficiently resourced, and are achieving their intended impact. Duties Committee membership is a one-year term with the option to renew. A committee position is an excellent way to volunteer and decide whether a Board of Directors position is a good fit. The Committee meets bi-monthly (by phone or zoom for foreseeable future) and is responsible for: - Volunteer recruitment - In-kind donation coordination - Liaison between Board and staff on program implementation - Assist with Summer and Winter Survival Distributions - Strategizing program roll-outs Think Dignity is an Equal-Opportunity Employer Think Dignity supports the principle that all persons are entitled to equal opportunity and does not discriminate on any basis prohibited by law. Think Dignity is committed to identifying and implementing positive, aggressive, and persistent measures to assure equal opportunity in the recruitment, hiring, and promotion of staff in light of ongoing economic injustices suffered by many people because of their sex, race, color, religion, pregnancy, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Think Dignity is a federal 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and California public benefit corporation.
Think Dignity Board Member - Development Committee
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United States
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Think Dignity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire, empower, and organize the community to advance basic dignity for those living on the streets. We embrace a vision in which dignity is a human right, everyone is valued, and each has a safe place to lay her head. Since 2006, Think Dignity has led social justice campaigns and provided cutting-edge services such as a transitional storage center, youth legal representation, 24/7 bathrooms, and mobile showers. Think Dignity is now recruiting members for its Board of Directors (“Board”) and Board committees to support the organization as it grows and adapts to meet the challenges of COVID-19. Our board is deeply passionate about Think Dignity’s mission and vision. In addition to standard governance roles and responsibilities, board members serve as community leaders and actively fundraise and network to advance basic dignity. Serving on the Board is an excellent opportunity for community leaders, activists, seasoned professionals, budding entrepreneurs, and anyone else looking to make a read and lasting impact on the lives of others. Board membership is a rewarding experience, which allows you to give back to the community, showcase your leadership skills, and network with others passionate about our city and its diverse communities. Position Title: Think Dignity Board Member - Development Committee Description Think Dignity’s Development Committee supports the organization’s fiscal health through philanthropy and development. Duties Committee membership is a one-year term with the option to renew. A committee position is an excellent way to volunteer and decide whether a Board position is a good fit. The Committee meets bi-monthly (by phone or zoom for foreseeable future) and is responsible for: - Identifying and writing grants - Identifying and courting donors - Planning donor appreciation events and writing thank-you notes - Soliciting planned giving - Making year-end asks - Support for fundraising endeavors Think Dignity is an Equal-Opportunity Employer Think Dignity supports the principle that all persons are entitled to equal opportunity and does not discriminate on any basis prohibited by law. Think Dignity is committed to identifying and implementing positive, aggressive, and persistent measures to assure equal opportunity in the recruitment, hiring, and promotion of staff in light of ongoing economic injustices suffered by many people because of their sex, race, color, religion, pregnancy, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Think Dignity is a federal 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and California public benefit corporation.
Business Development Fellow | Remote (Pacific Time Zone)
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United States
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Accountability Counsel seeks a Business Development Fellow to engage with potential paid user groups for the Accountability Console, a new database of human rights and environmental grievances. The Business Development Fellow will work with us to analyze demand and develop a business plan. We are seeking applications for this volunteer position from established professionals, recent business school graduates, or current business school students. Background Over the last 25 years, communities harmed by internationally financed projects have filed nearly 1,300 complaints to accountability offices, documenting human rights and environmental abuses tied to private and public sector investments. However, as the accountability system evolved and proliferated, there has been no way to access and analyze a comprehensive set of data to learn from these complaints. Accountability Counsel’s database of accountability office complaints, known as the Accountability Console, has aggregated this data on human rights and environmental grievances for the first time. Launched in 2019, the Console is the world’s most comprehensive database of community complaints filed with independent accountability offices about the impacts of internationally financed projects. The Console also contains comprehensive benchmark information about the policies of the accountability offices. This data has the power to fuel better investment decision making, improve accountability systems, and strengthen campaigns to access justice. Console user groups include community advocates, investors, asset managers, consultants, and research institutions. Position Description The Fellow will lead efforts to identify potential users within these segments, interview identified contacts to understand potential market size and any changes needed to promote subscriptions, and produce a report with findings about the Console’s revenue potential, target customers, and steps required to realize that source of income. The Fellow will work closely with our staff Console Committee, which is composed of team members from each organizational program. The Business Development Fellow will present the final product, a business plan, to Accountability Counsel’s staff and board of directors. Qualifications -Bachelor’s degree and two years direct experience in a relevant role, such as partnership development, business development, marketing, or a related field; and/or at least one year of experience in a relevant graduate business program; -Excellent English-language written and verbal communication skills; -High attention to detail and concern for providing an exceptional work product; and -Interest in and commitment to the mission of Accountability Counsel, including our community-led and respect-based approach. This position is unpaid, but if relevant, we will be happy to work with institutions to arrange academic credit. Women, people of color, persons with disabilities, LGBTQIA+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply. Fellowship Term Fellowship Parameters: Fall 2020 – Spring 2021, but term dates and hours per week are flexible. Application Timeline: posted in August; applications accepted on a rolling basis until position is filled.
Innovation Strategist
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United States
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Primary Responsibilities: Develop and maintain knowledge base of free services available to All About Nourishment Establish systems to support resource sharing across County partners Prepare recommendations for strategic partners including companies and other nonprofit organizations Identify strategies for fundraising and earning more revenue Required Experience/Skills: High school Diploma At least 1 year of experience background in quantitative and qualitative research skills Excellent communication and organizational skills Proficient in Microsoft Office – Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint Commits to innovation, collaboration and congeniality with colleagues
Infrastructure Project Manager
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United States
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Manage and direct a large-scale technology project (i.e., software development or COTS implementation, including resource acquisition, budgeting; developing, monitoring and controlling schedules; identifying and resolving issues and risks; and communicating status to stakeholders) Manage a major component of the work that will be developed and delivered by an external vendor Translate generalized customer business goals and objectives into concrete strategy and tactical plans. Work effectively with internal and external clients, third party vendors, and senior management in accomplishing project objectives. Develop and maintain project documentation including schedules/timelines and various detailed plans for Communication, Risk Management, Deployment and others as required. Develop and maintain status reports, decision and issue logs. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies desired: Proven experience in delivering projects on-time, within budget, as designed, that meet the customer requirements. Demonstrated understanding of the Project Management Knowledge Areas
Virtual Assistant
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United States
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Assist the CEO in the development and infrastructure of the organization. Duties are as follows: Manage email subscriptions Schedule meetings Manage incoming and outgoing emails Assist in networking Assist in drafting business letters Assist in recruiting Ambassadors & Members Assist in establishing partnerships with organizations (i.e. referral source for Goodwill)
TUTOR LOW-IMCOME STUDENTS! (VIRTUAL)
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
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Our organization offers tutoring services! If you have any experience in teaching it tutoring teens please apply. This opportunity will help low income highschool students that can not afford extra help. Subjects include: biology, math, english, ACT, SAT, AP and IB prep, and much more! APPLY HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/u/0/d/1CLC-EHFuEwdxa_m5Hexqy5zamBk8Mp75FBUh6ilP-h4/viewform?edit_requested=true Instagram: @collegiatetalk
Research and Development Specialist
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Indonesia
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DIY Academy & Foundation is a nonprofit organization giving free training in digital skills, English Language and Personal Development training. We need an R&D specialist in order to maximize our social impact and expand our strategy by doing a partnership with other NGOs and communities who has the same vision with DIY Academy.
Grant writing volunteer
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
Work from home, 3 hours a week! We are in great need of volunteers to help further our important cause of inclusion! We’d love to have you join our team!
Business Mentor
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
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Business & Entrepreneur Assessment (BEA) Program Please enroll as a mentor at https://form.jotform.com/92877953767178 About the BEA Launching or growing a business can be complicated and overwhelming.The many factors involved - money, team, technology, marketing, legal, accounting - cause many people who want to be entrepreneurs and business owners to forego the opportunity to invest in their own talents, skills, and ideas.Even worse, some people count themselves out before fully exploring or understanding their options. Black Connect’s Business & Entrepreneur Assessment (BEA) Program helps individuals who aspire to launch or grow a business venture, but need a roadmap to achieving their goals.This assessment program can help members to not only understand their strengths and capabilities, but can also provide useful guidance for creating a business plan and finding additional resources.The BEA program is the first component of Black Connect’s developing business incubator.
Leadership Assistant
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
Assist Leadership team in day to day scheduling, reading/responding to emails & other administrative support tasks.
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United States
Business & Consulting Volunteer Project
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