Working for a nonprofit abroad gives you a great opportunity to see the world, experience new cultures, and provide a real service to those in need. Bring an open mind and sense of adventure to these 5 international nonprofit job openings:
5. Project Coordinator– Mothers2Mothers, Cape Town, South Africa
Mothers2Mothers provides an innovative program to HIV-positive pregnant women and new mothers. This position works with other staff to coordinate and facilitate the preparation, rollout and ongoing implementation of activities.
4. Clean Transportation Program Manager– The Innovation Center for Energy and Transporation (ICET) Beijing, China
ICET is a leading policy think-tank in the areas of low-carbon development and climate change. In this position you’ll be overseeing three major transportation projects: Clean and Alternative Transportation Fuels, Clean and New Energy Vehicles, and Smart City/Transportation Planning.
3. Membership Marketing Manager– British Museum, London, England
Manage, review and develop the marketing, events and communications plans to recruit new museum members and retain current membership at the British Museum, founded in 1753.
2. Marketing Manager– I Say Organic, New Dehli, India
I Say Organic is a social enterprise that believes safe food should be easily accessible, and those growing it should be rewarded and recognized. In this position you’ll be responsible for creating and implementing marketing strategies, offline events, and collecting customer feedback etc.
1. Emergency Child Protection and Education Coordinator– International Rescue Committee, Antakya, Antalya, Turkey
The International Rescue Committee is a prominent international organization working in relief, rehabilitation, protection, post-conflict development, resettlement services and advocacy for those uprooted or affected by violent conflict and oppression. This position will be responsible for planning and launching education and child protection programming.
Do any of these job openings appeal to you? Have you ever considered working abroad? Let us know in the comments below!
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