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The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the organizational leadership, administration and operations of all international programs as well as our domestic office and financial/fund development activities. The priority of this position is to ensure that there are sufficient management and income/development structures in place to assure continued programmatic success and impact thereby furthering FSD's mission.
International Program Coordinator - Ciudad Sandino, Nicaragua
The International Program Coordinator (IPC), under the supervision of the Program Director (PD) of the country program Site Team and with guidance from the International Programs Officer (IPO) and Team (IPT) members in the San Francisco Office (SFO), provides necessary support to ensure the development of FSD volunteers, support to host organizations and host families and support to FSD’s Programs.
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter in Spanish to firstname.lastname@example.org.
***IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING FRAUDULENT CREDIT OFFICER AND FIELD INTERVIEWER POSITIONS IN NAIROBI, KENYA***
It has been brought to our attention that a person or persons NOT affiliated with the Foundation for Sustainable Development have been posting fraudulent advertisements in local newspapers offering a Credit Officer position in Nairobi and a Field Interviewer Position in Kenya. These advertisements usually link to our actual website but at some point in this phony recruitment process a fee is requested to move forward with the application. Be advised that FSD does not have an operation in or around Nairobi and we would NEVER require payment to apply for a job vacancy. Any and all positions that become available in any of our international offices will be listed on our website, in addition to outside advertising.
We regret that there is a person or persons who are using FSD's good name and reputation to try and scam job seekers, and we are working with local authorities to put a stop to these activities. We would greatly appreciate you providing us with some details such as the date and name of publication where you found the advertisement, via email at email@example.com.This will help to prevent future victims of this scam.
Other Ways to Get "In the Door"
Please note that paid positions with FSD are extremely competitive and we receive far more applications for each position than we can feasibly interview. Whenever possible, we prefer to promote from within, thus many current members of our team are exceptionally talented former interns and volunteers. If you do not possess the minimum qualifications for a current opening, or if you apply and are not contacted, we strongly encourage you to consider joining FSD's Intern and Volunteer programs. These programs commonly serve as a catalyst for paid positions with FSD and other like-minded International Development institutions.