Employment information center of the American Friends Service Committee
The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker Organization which includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service. Its work is based on the Quaker belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Read more about AFSC's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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National Program Coordinator - Mexico
The National Program Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of all AFSC Programs in México. This involves leading the programs and field officers for the development and implementation of the program strategies, planning and implementation.
National Program Coordinator - El Salvador
The National Program Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of all AFSC Programs in El Salvador. This involves leading the programs and field officers for the development and implementation of the program strategies, planning and implementation.
Grants Officer (Writer), US Programs
Functioning as part of a team, the Grants Officer (Writer) is responsible for developing, facilitating and managing the institutional fundraising strategy for a portfolio of assigned AFSC domestic programs. Duties include the writing, editing, and submission of grant requests seeking support from institutional funders for assigned programs. Assigned programs may be anywhere in the US and are linked by issue or content area. The position involves regular travel across the US to visit programs, attend meetings at the AFSC Central Office, and meet with current and potential funders. The Grants Officer’s primary focus is on grants of $25,000 and more. The portfolio includes foundations, corporations, religious organizations, state and municipal agencies and other grant-making organizations.
Director, Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) New York
The Director, as the senior representative (together with the Director of QUNO-Geneva), leads the Quaker presence and witness at the UN. Their responsibilities include advancing the QUNO mission through effective programmatic and administrative leadership; playing a key role in obtaining and managing financial resources (including grant management); and managing outreach and collaboration activities.
Digital Meeting Design and Production Manager
The Meeting Design and Production Manager ensures the successful execution of events by leading our Meeting Design Team efforts and achieves project and organizational goals through strategic coordination and collaboration among the organization’s staff, partners, and volunteers. The Meeting Design and Production Manager provides direction and guidance to internal and external clients, consulting, and training in best practices in meeting design and organizational collaboration to ensure productive teamwork as well as seamless, effective events. They will also fill a variety of other IT instructional duties based on organizational needs, including oversight of the continued development and rollout of approved organizational communication tools.
Outreach & Development Officer, Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO)
In a manner consistent with the values and mission of QUNO and AFSC, the QUNO Outreach & Development Officer will work closely with the QUNO Director, and will coordinate with the AFSC Advancement team, QUNO senior staff and the Quaker UN Committee (QUNC) in all facets of fundraising, outreach and communications for QUNO.
IT Systems Operations Associate (Spanish Fluent)
The Systems Operations Associate will assume responsibility for providing IT Helpdesk technical and meeting support services to AFSC staff, including managing tickets through our helpdesk support system, troubleshooting issues, and maintaining staff workstations, and providing support to AFSC meeting and collaboration technology. This position will be the IT department’s primary point of contact for Spanish speaking staff members.
Director, Quaker United Nations Office Geneva
The Director is the senior representative (together with the Director of QUNO, New York) of Quakers at the UN. Their responsibilities include advancing the QUNO mission through effective programmatic and administrative leadership; playing a key role in obtaining and managing financial resources (including grant management); and managing outreach and collaboration activities.
The Finance Manager assists the Director of Finance and Budgets and the Finance Unit in supporting the monthly close process, financial analysis and reconciliations, grants management and monitoring, general ledger accounting, and overall review of transaction. The Finance Manager works closely with other departments especially the Development Unit in ensuring regular financial processes are completed and monthly reports issued on a timely basis.