Employment at Member Councils

Check out this page to see employment opportunities at our member Councils around the country!

Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs (Baltimore, MD)

Open Position: President

The future President of the Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs will be a proven leader, knowledgeable about international affairs, acquired through prior experience in government, the military, academia, or the business world. The successful candidate will have demonstrated an ability to lead an organization and to adapt to a changing environment. In this regard, the President will lead the Council as it takes advantage of new technologies to expand its reach and membership. The President will also be comfortable interacting with the local business community and with political and civic leaders.

More information and application instructions are available on the council’s website.

 

World Affairs Council (Northern California) (San Francisco, CA)

Open Position: Action Projects Initiative Lead

The Action Projects Initiative is a priority of the organization as it seeks to remake the very idea of what a public forum can be in a post-COVID world. The position will report directly to the President and CEO. The Action Project Initiative Lead will answer this public wish to do something meaningful. The Lead will provide and curate opportunities for our membership, friends and supporters to take action, and help World Affairs make good on its brand promise; our community can help change the world and do so from where they live. The Lead will conceptualize, develop and offer proof-of-concept “Action Projects” with the goal to have a minimum of three projects up and running by the end of 2021. Successful projects will have the added benefit of generating new funding opportunities to expand program activities.

More information and application instructions are available on the council’s website.

 

International Institute of Buffalo (Buffalo, NY)

Open Position: Immigrant Domestic Violence Advocate

The primary role of the Advocate involves providing intensive, comprehensive, and culturally responsive services to foreign-national survivors of domestic violence within the Western New York community. Direct services include victim advocacy, crisis intervention, safety planning, court advocacy and accompaniment, and coordination of support services both on-site and throughout the community. The Advocate will work with the program team to strengthen community partnerships with other service organizations in order to ensure a quality, community response to these vulnerable populations. On-call responsibilities occur periodically.

More information and application instructions are available on the council’s website.

 

World Affairs Council of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky (Highland Heights, KY)

Open Position: Global Education Manager

World Affairs Council is seeking a passionate, talented, global loving candidate to take on a fulltime position as the Global Education Manager. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual with an interest in international affairs and working with students and international volunteers. The manager plays a critical role in strengthening relationships through connecting, planning, and coordinating projects in partnership with schools in the community. These relationships with school districts, teachers, local organizations, and stakeholders will help you identify areas where World Affairs Council’s global learning solutions can intersect with identified needs and aspirations. The ideal candidate will have a zeal for international knowledge and interest in developing global education programming for learners. This person should have a desire to speak to others about this important mission and the capacity to work closely with a diverse group of community members and volunteers to promote international understanding, education, engagement, and cooperation.

More information and application instructions are available on the council’s website.

 

World Affairs Council of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA)

Open Position: Membership Manager

The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic nonprofit membership professional to join its Development & Membership team in the role of Membership Manager. The Membership Manager will steward the Council’s +70-year legacy as a premier global educator in Philadelphia while using creative tools to cultivate and maintain a diverse and dynamic membership base.

The Membership Manager is responsible for all activities related to the growth and management of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia’s membership programs, which includes individual, corporate, partners, and schools.  In this role, the Manager cultivates and stewards relationships with the Council’s diverse membership base and corporate partners; develops and implements retention and growth strategies to expand membership and enhance the membership experience; and serves as an important representative of the Council and its mission of bringing international affairs education to the Philadelphia region.  This position is overseen by the Vice President of Development & Membership.

More information and application instructions are available on the council’s website.

 

World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth (Dallas, TX)

Open Position: Part-Time Accountant

Application Deadline: September 17

The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth has an opening on its dynamic team for a part-time (15 – 20 hours per week) accounting professional to work with the chief financial officer to properly maintain the Council’s financial records.

More information and application instructions are available on the council’s website.

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