America Abroad Media
America Abroad Media (AAM) is seeking a Development Coordinator to assist with the development team’s day-to-day operations and act as the primary researcher for foundation, individual and corporate support.
The Development Coordinator’s primary responsibilities include:
• Researching and evaluating prospects for foundation, individual and corporate support.
• Assisting the Vice President for Development in scheduling and preparing for meetings with foundations, corporations, individuals and Capitol Hill, and accompany when feasible.
• Attending and assisting at special activities and events related to AAM programming to increase the organization¡¦s visibility.
• Managing and assisting AAM’s President with development related correspondence.
• Maintaining AAM’s internal databases and paper records of contacts, funding history, and prospect research.
AAM seeks an individual with the following qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience; excellent written and oral communication skills; and, at least 2-3 years development or nonprofit experience.
Candidates with the following skills will be strongly preferred: a proven understanding and appreciation of international affairs; knowledge and experience in problem solving and takes the initiative in doing so; a teamwork mentality with flexibility; and, enthusiasm and drive to significantly contribute to a mission-based organization.
Please send cover letters, resumes and salary requirements to Celeste Le Roux, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department Of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Incumbent performs a wide range of duties to assist a visually impaired employee who has special software to assist in her daily job responsibilities but requires reader assistance to conduct her research and produce her intelligence products. The reader will assist the visually impaired IA by providing advanced analytical writing, reading, and oral communications skills. These include:
* Researches and analyzes large quantities of information to identify relevant information that should be brought to the attention of the assisted employee.
* Researches a wide-range of sources, including advanced analytical databases and identifies key information for projects related to the work of the employee being assisted.
* Independently conducts detailed, comprehensive searches by identifying and using specialized government and public source data bases.
* Analyzes, interprets, interrelates and evaluates the retrieved information and delivers relevant and valuable data to the assisted employee.
* Summarizes notable points from inaccessible documents and databases orally and in writing for the assisted employee. * Inputs, extracts, and manages data stored in a multi-dimensional database system.
* Provides expert formatting, organizing, and editing assistance to the visually impaired employee.
* Assists the visually impaired employee to prepare effective presentations using PowerPoint or other presenation
* Performs other related duties as assigned. Knowledge of national security issues, counterintelligence, or Europe a plus.
All applicants must have one year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade level (GS 7). Specialized experience is experience with computers to research, compile, and format information; evaluate information to determine the completeness and relevance of the information gathered; producing clear and comprehensive written material; reporting and disseminating the information; and providing training to others.
For full position details and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov and search for Job Announcement Number: 19-2009-0031.
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
Year-long fellowship opportunities for high achievers looking to create or expand a career in nonprofits.
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits, the leading national nonprofit capacity building organization, is offering a full-time year-long fellowship to high achieving college graduates who want to develop a career in nonprofits. Work with innovative leaders who will provide hands-on experience in expanding your skills in nonprofit consulting.
* Assist with Organizational assessments
* Manage Client relationships and communications
* Assist with research and analysis
* Results and evaluation documentation and assessment
* Project management
* Data mining and presentation
Designed for those seeking a career in the nonprofit sector, these fellowships will provide hands-on experience with a leading organization under dynamic managers.
Best candidates will be between a bachelors degree and masters degree, and for a twelve-month service, will receive:
* $4,725 education award
* Monthly Stipend
* Student loan award
* Healthcare benefits
* Childcare assistance
* Job placement assistance
Qualified applicants should submit a resume, and write a paragraph( 250 words (double-spaced) regarding why do you want a job in the nonprofit sector when submitting application through Opportunity Knocks.
Deadline for applicants it May 1, 2009. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits is Georgia’s association for nonprofit, charitable organizations. Our mission is to serve, strengthen and support Georgia’s nonprofit community. The Center advocates to improve the environment in which nonprofits work and helps nonprofits manage better by offering information, training, consulting and nonprofit jobs services.