The following positions are currently open:
Part-time Program Director - Atlanta
Humanity in Action invites applications from smart, hardworking and experienced candidates for a Program Director position in Atlanta. The Program Director will work closely with the Executive Director and Deputy Executive Director, and will be responsible for the planning, implementation and effective leadership of the annual Humanity in Action American Fellowship Program starting in July 2014.
- Develop curriculum for the annual fellowship program on diversity and minority issues in the US for students from the US and Europe, with particular attention on Atlanta issues; identify and recruit speakers and site visits; engage fellows in dialogue about the issues raised;
- Coordinate closely with staff of National Center for Civil and Human Rights;
- Work closely with office of Congressman John Lewis;
- Work, as required, with an intern or program assistant in arranging housing, meals, transportation, accommodation and other logistics for the American Program;
- Lead discussions and prepare Fellows for the program;
- Provide guidance and encouragement to fellows in planning and implementation of action plans;
- Work with the Chief Financial Officer to prepare budgetary reports for major sponsors of the American Program, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and for the American Planning Board;
- Support the research and writing of American Program fellows’ reports;
- With the interns, edit fellows’ reports and prepares them for submission and publication;
- Prepare annual written evaluation of the American Program for the American Planning Board.
- Bachelor’s Degree or higher in human rights, minority issues, or related field (Master’s Degree preferred);
- Demonstrated leadership experience, preferably in a non-profit or academic;
- Experience in teaching or leading seminars;
- Must have a passion for working with college and university students from diverse social, cultural, and academic backgrounds;
- Strong communication, leadership, and networking skills;
- Experience and appreciation of interdisciplinary approaches to minority issues;
- Strong commitment to the mission and values of Humanity in Action.
Salary and Benefits:
- Salary commensurate with experience;
- Competitive benefits
To apply, please upload a statement of interest, resume/CV, two references and salary expectations to www.humanityinaction.org/application.
2013 Office Intern - New York City
Humanity in Action invites applications from smart, hardworking and motivated undergraduate students, graduate students and recent graduates for internships in Humanity in Action’s New York office. Interns will provide administrative, editorial, and research support for Humanity in Action’s educational programs in international human and minority rights. Interns may be eligible for academic credit depending on their university’s policies.
Location: New York City
Type: Unpaid internship
- Assist HIA staff with admissions for its 2013 Fellowship;
- Assist with routine administrative tasks;
- Assist in editorial projects;
- Assist in website management;
- Assist HIA staff in fundraising and development campaigns, and donor database management; and
- Provide research support for Executive Director and Deputy Executive Director.
- Self-motivated and capable of working independently;
- Excellent writing and communication skills;
- Experience with social media and/or website CMS;
- Experience working in an office or professional setting;
- Video editing/digital media experience preferred; and
- Strong commitment to the mission and values of HIA.
To apply, please upload a statement of interest, resume/CV, and two references at www.humanityinaction.org/application. Applications will be reviewed as received.