124 Vacancies at the Save the Children worldwide

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Listed below are 124 opportunities advertised on the Save the Children worldwide. Click on each link for details and apply on the organisation’s website.

Senior Director, Trustee Relations

Senior Director

SENIO01676

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
Serve as the lead for all cultivation and stewardship for the Save the Children Board of Trustees and support the Chairman of the Board and the Office of the President in understanding the full involvement and capacity of each Trustee. Maximize the value of each Trustee by understanding their potential and interests and facilitating connections between Trustees, their networks and Save the Children. This role is our primary interface with our Trustees and will help set the gold standard for our HNW donor engagement

Deputy Team Leader Operations, Humanitarian Surge Team

Associate Director

DEPUT01637

Full-time

Global
The Deputy Team Leader of Operations will generally be deployed to support the Team Leader in managing a large country-wide or regional response, and to provide strategic direction to the country program in collaboration with the Country Director. The post-holder will effectively and efficiently coordinate operations systems, processes and activities so that programs are delivered on time according to organisational strategy, donor requirements and within allocated budgets. They will take leadership on aspects related to staffing structure and management, security, logistics and M&E systems. The post holder will play a strategic role in the effective scale up and management of Save the Children emergency programs to increase impact and enable positive change for children.

Team Leader, Humanitarian Surge Team

Director

TEAML01636

Full-time

Global
The Team Leader will generally be deployed to manage a country-wide or regional response, and to provide strategic direction to the country program in collaboration with the Country Director and the Humanitarian Director. The Team Leader is responsible for identifying needs and resources and elaborating program recommendations for the emergency response in line with Save the Children national and global priorities.

Manager, New Business Development

Manager

MANAG01623

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Manager will provide quality control and implement activities that contribute to the successful pursuit of USG and other public donor funding opportunities across all of Save the Children’s programmatic sectors and priorities. The position is a key partner to field and HQ staff on new business development for large strategic opportunity proposals, from positioning through proposal submission, and contributes to the NBD department’s ongoing improvement of business processes, capacities, tools and resources to strengthen the agency’s ability to acquire funding to achieve our mission. His/her actions supporting multi-divisional proposal response teams directly affect the quality and competitiveness of the organization’s proposals for new funding.

Project Director/Chief of Party, Read to Learn Program – Bangladesh

Chief of Party

PROJE01673

Full-time

Bangladesh – Dhaka
Save the Children is seeking a senior-level Chief of Party (COP) for the anticipated five-year, USAID-funded large contract in Bangladesh for its “Read to Learn” Program. The program activities will align with the USAID Education Strategy to improve the reading skills of students at the primary level. In addition, the program will provide and deliver technical assistance to the Government of Bangladesh and its sector-wide Fourth Primary Education Development Program (PEDP4), as well as to schools and teachers. The assistance will include, but is not limited to: training services, provision and dissemination of goods such as teaching and learning materials, national and sub-national assessment design and direct implementation.

Program Specialist, Early Childhood Development

Specialist

PROGR01671

Full-time

Berea, KY, USA
The Program Specialist is the on-the-ground Save the Children staff member providing training, technical assistance, and management support to program partners to ensure quality program implementation and results for children. Early Childhood Program Specialists focus on prenatal through age five programming. Under the supervision of the State Director and working as a member of the state team and in collaboration with the national program team, the Program Specialist oversees and supports program implementation, monitoring, and evaluation at assigned partner sites. Specific duties and responsibilities are outlined below.

Director, Digital Analytics

Director

DIREC01362

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Director of Digital Analytics is a strategic leader with a vision, who will apply best in class strategic analytics approaches to operationalize our cutting edge Adobe Analytics tools. He or she has a proven track record of making strategic decisions, partnering with organizational executive management, giving enterprise direction to analytics staff, and developing and managing a Digital Analytics Center of Excellence. This position is responsible for business strategy, change management, business policies, leading teams, and collaborations and partnerships.

Manager, Website Production

Manager

MANAG01669

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Manager of Website Production will support new and existing unrestricted fundraising initiatives by creating, curating, managing, editing and publishing web content on the Save the Children external web sites. Content types include new and existing web pages, donation forms, gift catalog products, advocacy campaigns and event registration setup. Project management of requests, direct communication with agency personnel to gather information, report status and request deliverables review will be necessary to ensure client expectations are achieved and needs are met. Deep knowledge in modern website best practices, performance and user engagement techniques a must.

Conflict-Sensitive Education Specialist/Deputy Chief of Party – Nigeria

Deputy Chief of Party

CONFL01670

Full-time

Nigeria – Maiduguri
Save the Children is recruiting a Conflict-Sensitive Education (CSE) Specialist/Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) to support Education in Emergencies programming in the Northeast states. S/he will be responsible for providing technical leadership to the program, documentation and dissemination of innovation and good practices and establishing, maintaining and expanding partner relations for the sector.

Specialist, Community Engagement

Specialist

SPECI01660

Full-time

Texas – Beaumont
The Community Engagement Specialist (CES) is a relationship oriented, field-based position that has a primary objective to develop, build and support community partnerships and connections that advance the implementation of the P-3 Continuum and stated outcomes of the P-3 strategy as part of the Hurricane Harvey Program. The CES is charged with giving the direction for community connections in Coastal Bend, TX, that represent a broad cross-sector of the community and connect families, community and schools. The CES serves as a Save the Children ambassador acting as a representative in strategic efforts in the community to expand and support the long-term growth and sustainability of the US Programs P-3 Continuum.

Associate Director, International Humanitarian Response Policy and Advocacy

Associate Director

ASSOC01659

Full-time

Washington, DC
Work closely with the Senior Policy Director and Humanitarian Advocacy Team (HAT) to define, develop, lead and implement Save the Children’s policy and advocacy programs on children in emergencies and crises, collaborating with Save the Children teams and outside coalitions to support and advance Save the Children’s objectives on humanitarian crises and themes.

Director, WASH, TOPS Program

Advisor

DIREC01649

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Program Director/WASH Advisor will be a highly qualified WASH technical expert, with global program management experience. The Program Director/WASH Advisor will manage all staff, award finances, and implementation of program activities. S/he will be the primary Save the Children lead and liaison with the USAID Office of Food for Peace (USAID/FFP), FFP implementing partners, TOPS Bridge, and other Associate Awards. This position is grant funded, and is expected to last for 5 years, but is contingent upon successful funding and performance.

Associate Vice President, Public Affairs & Development

Associate Vice President

ASSOC01652

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Associate Vice President (AVP), Public Affairs & Development, will lead fundraising efforts for Save the Children’s U.S. Programs & Advocacy (USPA) division. While the AVP will oversee private development, his/her primary focus will be on generating public resources to support Save the Children’s programs in rural America, including Head Start. S/he will be charged with substantially increasing and diversifying the division’s public funding portfolio and with identifying new public-private partnership opportunities. The AVP will also partner with Save the Children’s advocacy arm, Save the Children Action Network (SCAN), to develop and implement an advocacy campaign to drive policy change and increase state and federal investments in rural communities.

Coordinator, Public Policy and Advocacy

Coordinator

COORD01643

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Coordinator provides administrative and programmatic support to the Associate Vice President of Public Policy and Advocacy and to the Department of Public Policy and Advocacy (PPA). S/he will: 1) assist the Associate Vice President in Departmental management, functioning, communication, information sharing, and culture; 2) coordinate and track the department budget and coordinate all other office operations for PPA; 3) support event planning efforts for annual Advocacy Summit and other advocacy-related events; 4) provide research and advocacy support on PPA policy and advocacy initiatives. S/he is accountable for the day-to-day execution of job, self-organized, and manages time well to get things done.

Advisor, Emergency Nutrition

Advisor

ADVIS01646

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Emergency Nutrition Advisor will play a significant role in implementing Save the Children’s emergency nutrition vision, strategy and operational plans, promoting high quality emergency nutrition programming globally. The Advisor will work closely with colleagues across the Save the Children Global Movement to provide technical leadership in innovation, quality oversight and first response to humanitarian responses, capacity building, facilitation of program learning and support to global and country-level coordination and advocacy efforts.

AVP, Financial Architecture, Risk, Innovation and Treasury

Associate Vice President

AVPFI01647

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The AVP, Financial Architecture, Risk, Innovation & Treasury is responsible for leading key initiatives & processes on behalf of the Finance Division and the Agency. S/he is the key contact for board committees on topics under his/her responsibility. The AVP will design and implement the financial data architecture & technology infrastructure, including linkages to SCI. The AVP leads efforts to drive a strong control culture & is responsible for designing & implementing the Finance Division risk management process. The AVP is responsible for developing strategies to support innovative developments in STCs programs & fundraising. S/he manages cash & treasury operations & banking relationships. The AVP works directly with the SMT, SFLT & other staff & supervises a team of 5 or more people.

Senior Specialist, WASH

Senior Specialist

SENIO01645

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Senior Specialist, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) is a key position in the WASH team and as such contributes to the development of the global WASH strategic and operational plans. S/he provides exemplary technical expertise and support to global and country-level programs, including program design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. The incumbent promotes program quality; stimulates program innovation, learning, and documentation; supports global and country-level advocacy; mobilizes resources; and collaborates with key Save the Children (SC) members in advancing policy, advocacy and program activities. This position sits within the Department of Global Health (DGH).

Senior Specialist, Grants & Contracts

Senior Specialist

SENIO01632

Full-time

Washington, DC
+1 more

The Senior Specialist, Grants & Contracts leads support to SCUS and SCI in the contractual oversight of Save the Children US (SCUS) awards throughout the award lifecycle. The Senior Specialist’s portfolio includes a wide variety of donors including but not limited to international and domestic US Gov’t funding (e.g. USAID, OFDA, BPRM, DHHS, DOE, USDA), Global Fund, UNHCR, World Bank, WFP, various corporate and foundation funders such as the Gates Foundation. S/he leads support in proposal and award review & approval; researches award compliance concerns and develops recommendations to support SCUS and donor requirements; reviews award data in SCUS systems; develops and leads training & capacity building; leads and participates in working groups; develops dept resources; subaward reviews.

Coord, Transp/Facilities

Headstart

COORD01479

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, USA
The Transportation/Facilities Coordinator is responsible for providing safe, healthy facilities in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations, as well as assisting in the overall management of the Head Start facilities and regular health/safety inspections of its buildings, vehicles and facilities. As a front line representative of Save the Children the position holder is required to ensure the safety and security of children and families that he/she come in contact with and represent the agency values of Accountability, Ambition, Collaboration, Creativity and Integrity.

Associate Director, Special Events

Associate Director

ASSOC01639

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Associate Director of Events will support Resource Development’s Centennial and high-level events in support of agency priorities and strategy. S/he will be responsible for all aspects of signature events including logistics, operations, budgeting, financial analysis, scheduling, and outsourcing to maximize fundraising potential. Events will range from high-level VIP events to large-scale fundraisers including supporting two Centennial Galas of 500-1,000+ guests each in 2019. His/her primary internal constituents are the agency’s Senior Leadership Team, centennial committee, lead fundraisers and external constituents (donors, celebrities, business leaders, media “stars”).

Manager, Quality Assurance

Manager

MANAG01638

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Quality Assurance Manager will test, document, troubleshoot and prepare projects and products for launch. The Manager will use a creative, innovative approach to work, offer observations and recommendations and take our team to the next level in terms of accuracy.

Coordinator, Psychosocial Programs

Coordinator

COORD01610

Full-time

South Charleston, WV, USA
+1 more

The Coordinator, Psychosocial Programs supports the overall delivery of Save the Children’s Psychosocial Programs, including the Journey of Hope (JoH). This position will provide logistical, operational and administrative support for psychosocial program implementation in disaster affected and non-disaster affected scenarios. The Coordinator is responsible for: recording and tracking the weekly and monthly beneficiary information, program expense tracking, ensuring program materials are supplied to partners (kit ordering and monitoring), monitoring program progress and fidelity to curriculum intent, and periodic reporting of the program activities to the Senior Program Specialist. This position will be full time, with a duration of one year.

Education Program Manager, USDA Food for Education & Nutrition , Sri Lanka

Manager

EDUCA01633

Full-time

Sri Lanka — Colombo
Save the Children is seeking an Education Program Manager for an anticipated three to five-year USDA-funded program in Sri Lanka. The McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (McGovern-Dole) feeds schoolchildren, reduces hunger, enhances food security, and improves literacy (especially for girls) in low-income, food-deficit countries around the world. By providing school meals, teacher training, and related education and nutrition support, McGovern-Dole helps boost school enrollment, attendance, and literacy results. McGovern-Dole also provides support to maternal and child nutrition (MCN).

Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, USDA Food for Education – Sri Lanka

Specialist

MONIT01634

Full-time

Sri Lanka — Colombo
Save the Children is seeking a Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Specialist for an anticipated three to five-year USDA-funded program in Sri Lanka. The McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (McGovern-Dole) feeds schoolchildren, reduces hunger, enhances food security, and improves literacy (especially for girls) in low-income, food-deficit countries around the world. By providing school meals, teacher training, and related education and nutrition support, McGovern-Dole helps boost school enrollment, attendance, and literacy results. McGovern-Dole also provides support to maternal and child nutrition (MCN).

Health & Nutrition Manager, USDA Food for Education Program – Sri Lanka

Manager

HEALT01635

Full-time

Sri Lanka — Colombo
Save the Children is seeking a Health and Nutrition Manager for an anticipated three to five-year USDA-funded program in Sri Lanka. The McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (McGovern-Dole) feeds schoolchildren, reduces hunger, enhances food security, and improves literacy (especially for girls) in low-income, food-deficit countries around the world. By providing school meals, teacher training, and related education and nutrition support, McGovern-Dole helps boost school enrollment, attendance, and literacy results. McGovern-Dole also provides support to maternal and child nutrition (MCN).

Coordinator, Operational Effectiveness & Training

Coordinator

COORD01630

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Coordinator supports operational effectiveness and training for the Grants & Contracts Policy & Compliance team. This position will work closely with Information Technology and Save the Children International to ensure that award systems (AMS & Agresso) support compliance and will monitor these systems to ensure data quality. The Coordinator will support the Grants & Contracts training framework and will contribute to the development of training resources for the Award Management System (AMS) and the Awards Administration module of Agresso.

Advisor, Livelihoods – Tanzania

Advisor

ADVIS01631

Full-time

Tanzania – Dar es Salaam
Save the Children seeks a Livelihoods Advisor for the anticipated USAID-funded Multi-sectoral Nutrition Activity in Tanzania. The Livelihoods Advisor will be responsible for the technical leadership designing and implementing strategies, programs or tools in livelihoods technical areas critical to affect nutritional change and increase household dietary diversity at household level, including adaptation for different regional contexts of Tanzania. The Advisor will provide technical advice based upon expertise and knowledge of evidence-based methods and strategies, current practice, and established operational and research standards to ensure quality and rigorous design. In addition, s/he will build capacity in country with field staff, and assess operational efficiencies at program level.

Deputy Chief of Party, Project Operations -Guatemala

Deputy Chief of Party

DEPUT01629

Full-time

Guatemala-Guatemala City
Save the Children is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party for an upcoming USAID-funded opportunity titled, Nutrition, Maternal & Child Health and Family Planning Program in Guatemala. This five–year cooperative agreement anticipated to start in late 2018 will focus on improving the provision and use of quality MCH and Family Planning services, with a goal of reducing preventable maternal and child deaths. A critical initiative will be to increase coverage and use of evidence-based, sustainable, high-quality reproductive, maternal and child health and nutrition (RMCH/N) and FP interventions at the household, community, and health facility levels supported by the Ministry of Health (MOH).

Program Aide (On-call)

Headstart

PROGR01626

Part-time

Clarksville, AR, USA
+9 more

The Program Aide is responsible for assisting to provide educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. This position also works as part of the team to assist in activities in the areas of the classroom, kitchen, to serve as a disabilities aide as needed. The Program Aide/Custodian works with the HS and EHS teams to developing children and/or children with special needs/disabilities. The position reports to the Center Director and may be reassigned to various classrooms as deemed necessary for program operations.

Senior Director, Compensation, Benefits and HRIS

Senior Director

SENIO01607

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Sr. Director Compensation, Benefits and HR Systems is responsible for designing and implementing an overall rewards program to support the mission and objectives of Save the Children US (SCUS). The Senior Director is also responsible for ensuring that HR-related data is maintained in comprehensive, easily accessible systems that simultaneously serve the needs of the individual employee, managers, and the overall organization. The position ensures compliance with compensation and benefits related government regulations in the US and internationally as well as internal policies and processes. A key responsibility will be managing relationships with outsourced providers, consultants, insurance carriers and other vendors. The Senior Director is a member of the HR Senior Leadership Team.

Specialist, Community Engagement

Specialist

SPECI01616

Full-time

Texas – Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi, TX, USA
The Community Engagement Specialist (CES) is a relationship oriented, field-based position that has a primary objective to develop, build and support community partnerships and connections that advance the implementation of the P-3 Continuum and stated outcomes of the P-3 strategy as part of the Hurricane Harvey Program. The CES is charged with giving the direction for community connections in Coastal Bend, TX, that represent a broad cross-sector of the community and connect families, community and schools. The CES serves as a Save the Children ambassador acting as a representative in strategic efforts in the community to expand and support the long-term growth and sustainability of the US Programs P-3 Continuum.

Senior Coordinator, Washington Mobilization

Senior Coordinator

SENIO01421

Full-time

RM-Seattle, WA
The Washington Senior Coordinator is responsible for supporting campaign mobilization, advocacy, and policy research to advance Save the Children Action Network (SCAN)’s campaign initiatives focused on early childhood education (ECE) in Washington and maternal, newborn, and child survival (MNCS) globally. The Senior Coordinator will support the development and execution of strategies to advance Save the Children Action Network’s ECE initiatives in Washington state and Washington municipalities, as well as identify, cultivate, and organize SCAN’s supporters, volunteers, and student ambassadors.

Deputy Chief of Party, USDA Food for Education Program- Sri Lanka

Deputy Chief of Party

DEPUT01622

Full-time

Sri Lanka — Colombo
Save the Children is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for an anticipated 3-5-year USDA-funded program in Sri Lanka. The McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (McGovern-Dole) feeds schoolchildren, reduces hunger, enhances food security, and improves literacy (especially for girls) in low-income, food-deficit countries around the world. By providing school meals, teacher training, and related education and nutrition support, McGovern-Dole helps boost school enrollment, attendance, and literacy results. McGovern-Dole also provides support to maternal and child nutrition (MCN).

Finance Director, USDA Food for Education & Nutrition Program – Sri Lanka

Director

FINAN01621

Full-time

Sri Lanka — Colombo
Save the Children is seeking a Finance Director for an anticipated 3-5 year USDA-funded program in Sri Lanka. The McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (McGovern-Dole) feeds schoolchildren, reduces hunger, enhances food security, and improves literacy (especially for girls) in low-income, food-deficit countries around the world. By providing school meals, teacher training, and related education and nutrition support, McGovern-Dole helps boost school enrollment, attendance, and literacy results. McGovern-Dole also provides support to maternal and child nutrition (MCN)

Chief of Party, USDA Food for Education and Child Nutrition – Sri Lanka

Chief of Party

CHIEF01617

Full-time

Sri Lanka — Colombo
Save the Children is seeking a Chief of Party (COP) for an anticipated 3-5-year USDA-funded program in Sri Lanka. The McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (McGovern-Dole) feeds schoolchildren, reduces hunger, enhances food security, and improves literacy (especially for girls) in low-income, food-deficit countries around the world. By providing school meals, teacher training, and related education and nutrition support, McGovern-Dole helps boost school enrollment, attendance, and literacy results. McGovern-Dole also provides support to maternal and child nutrition (MCN).

Director, Logistics & Commodities, USDA, Food for Education – Sri Lanka

Deputy Chief of Party

DIREC01618

Full-time

Sri Lanka — Colombo
Save the Children is seeking a Director, Logistics and Commodity Management for an anticipated 3-5-year USDA-funded program in Sri Lanka. The McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (McGovern-Dole) feeds schoolchildren, reduces hunger, enhances food security, and improves literacy (especially for girls) in low-income, food-deficit countries around the world. By providing school meals, teacher training, and related education and nutrition support, McGovern-Dole helps boost school enrollment, attendance, and literacy results. McGovern-Dole also provides support to maternal and child nutrition (MCN).

Specialist, School Age Programs – TN

Specialist

SPECI01604

Full-time

Nashville, TN, USA
The Specialist, School Age Programs is the front line Save the Children (SC) staff member providing technical and management assistance to partners to ensure the effective coordination, implementation and monitoring of school based partnerships and programs such as literacy, nutrition and physical activity. Under the supervision of the State director/Deputy Program Director and working as a team member within a State office, the Program Specialist oversees the implementation of the integrated programming at the assigned partner sites. (The number of sites will vary by location and the levels of guidance and support required by partners depending on their respective needs.)

Behavior Change/Community Development Specialist – Senegal

Specialist

BEHAV01608

Full-time

Senegal – Casamance
Save the Children is seeking a Behavior Change/Community Development Specialist for an anticipated USAID-funded education program in Senegal. The Behavior Change/Community Development Specialist will use best practices of behavior change communication (BBC) research and social marking techniques across all program components for key target population groups including Ministry of Education staff (teachers, school directors and inspectors), parents, religious and traditional leaders, grandmothers and elders, children and youth.

Manager, Financial Reporting & Analysis

Manager

MANAG01603

Full-time

Lexington, KY
The Manager, Financial Reporting & Analysis is responsible for managing donor financial reporting processes. This include preparation/submission of financial reports, advance requests, and invoices for awards, within an assigned portfolio. They are responsible for ensuring that all reports/invoices sent are complete, accurate, and timely and that appropriate documentation is on file in management systems. This position is expected to facilitate across divisions to ensure that the system setup and financial reporting is in line with donor expectations. This is a key position to ensure STC continues a strong reputation for financial reporting data quality.

Deputy Chief of Party, Finance and Operations – Tanzania

Deputy Chief of Party

DEPUT01602

Full-time

Tanzania – Dar es Salaam
Save the Children is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party/Finance and Operations for an upcoming USAID-funded opportunity titled, Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Activity in Tanzania. This five-year program will be focused on improving the nutritional status of children and pregnant and lactating women in Tanzania. In addition, the staff will also work closely to support the government of Tanzania and local NGOs working at the district, ward, facility, and community levels to improve nutrition-related behaviors within households by promoting evidence-based nutrition specific and nutrition sensitive interventions.

Finance Director

Deputy Chief of Party

FINAN01599

Full-time

Tanzania – Dar es Salaam
Save the Children seeks a Finance Director for the anticipated USAID-funded Multi-sectoral Nutrition Activity in Tanzania to be responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial and administrative management and compliance, as well as other operational duties. Reporting to the Chief of Party (COP) s/he will provide day-to-day financial technical assistance to the COP for the administration of the grant. S/he will ensure strict adherences to financial regulations and grant compliance requirements during the implementation of the grant. S/he will manage the implementation of accounting systems, budgeting, expenditure tracking, and financial reporting for both the prime recipient and any sub-awards.

Advisor, Nutrition

Advisor

ADVIS01600

Full-time

Tanzania – Dar es Salaam
Save the Children seeks a Nutrition Advisor for the anticipated USAID-funded Multi-sectoral Nutrition Activity in Tanzania. The Nutrition Advisor will be responsible for strategic planning, coordination, and technical implementation of innovative integrated nutrition and social behavior change communication (SBCC) activities in the target areas. This senior-level nutrition and SBCC technical expert will build capacity of local staff in SBCC and nutrition throughout project design and implementation. The Nutrition Advisor will also work closely with the monitoring and evaluation specialist to ensure progress is being achieved towards nutrition targets.

Specialist, Monitoring and Evaluation

Coordinator

SPECI01601

Full-time

Tanzania – Dar es Salaam
Save the Children seeks a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist for the anticipated USAID-funded Multi-sectoral Nutrition Activity in Tanzania to be responsible for providing technical guidance on project activities including surveillance and surveys, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), targeted evaluations, information systems, and relating data to program planning. The incumbent will serve as a key M&E expert and primary contact for M&E strategies and implementation for this integrated program. S/he will provide advice, guidance, and coordination to SC and consortium partners, the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC) and the Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre (TFNC).

Associate Director, Corporate Partnership

Associate Director

ASSOC01596

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The primary purpose of this position is to generate funds in support of Save the Children’s domestic and international programs. This purpose will be achieved by providing outstanding account service to a portfolio of corporate partners and prospecting new partnership opportunities with them.

Chief of Party, Nutrition Activity Program – Tanzania

Chief of Party

CHIEF01597

Full-time

Tanzania – Dar es Salaam
Save the Children is seeking a senior level Chief of Party (COP) for the anticipated USAID-funded Multi-sector Nutrition Activity in Tanzania. The COP will be responsible for the overall project management, supervision, administration, and implementation of the program focused on improving the nutritional status of children and pregnant and lactating women in Tanzania. S/he will provide strategic and operational leadership to implement a solid approach to achieving measurable results by strengthening the institutional capacity of government and local NGOs working at the national level to develop, implement, and sustain a national multi-sectoral nutrition program.

Temporary Home Visitor III

Headstart

HOMEV01574

Full-time

Indianola, MS, USA
The Home Visitor is responsible for education, family engagement and family advocacy to families in an assigned caseload by providing comprehensive services during home visits and socialization activities assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations and communications with parents. The Home Visitor works in tandem with the entire functionality of the Head Start system, and is an integrated team member assisting in supporting the goals of the program. The Head Start Home Visitor reports directly to the Home Base Specialist, Manager or Center Director. The Head Start Home Visitor is responsible for creating and nurturing strong partnerships with families and ensuring that program standards, compliance, and quality are of the highest standards.

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator

Coordinator

MONIT01508

Full-time

San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan, PR, USA
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator will support the Monitoring and Evaluation needs of our programs as part of the Maria response. Tasks include coordinating assessments (if needed), ensuring proper data collection, setting up and managing the output tracker, providing inputs for reports to the info/comms officer and response leadership, leading on setting up accountability mechanisms for the response, and training response personnel and local partners appropriately. TThis position requires 100% travel to Puerto Rico to support the response to Hurricane Maria.

Deputy Team Leader, Programs

Associate Director

DEPUT01391

Full-time

Remote
Washington, DC, USA
+1 more

As a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT), the DTL-Programs is responsible for overseeing the development of high quality, innovative programs that deliver immediate and lasting change for children and monitoring the quality of the implementation of those programs. Provide technical assistance and appropriate monitoring and evaluation in emergency responses. Coordinate closely with sector program teams and local partners guided by SC and donors set guidelines. This position is based in Puerto Rico and reports to the Response Team Leader. This position is expected to last a minimum of 9 months, with a possibility of extension.

Child Protection Program Manager

Manager

CHILD01392

Full-time

Remote
Washington, DC, USA
+1 more

This position will lead on child protection and psychosocial support programs for the Hurricane Maria Response in Puerto Rico. The position will lead the technical oversight of sub-grants and material support to partners engaged in child protection and will lead on designing and implementing large-scale psychosocial support programs for children across Puerto Rico who have been affected by Hurricane Maria. The position will manage day to day implementation, monitoring and reporting of SC’s child protection projects. The Manager will lead assessments, recovery plans and high-profile collaborations. This position is based in Puerto Rico. This position is expected to last a minimum of 6 months, with a possibility of extension to one year.

Specialist, ICT4D, Skills to Succeed

Specialist

SPECI01511

Full-time

Washington, DC
+1 more

The Specialist, ICT4D, Skills to Succeed is responsible for quality design and integration of ICT for Development (ICT4D) projects, products and services to advance the goals of the Skills to Succeed (S2S) program and other programs of the Financial Capability and Employment (FCE) business unit of the Department of Hunger and Livelihoods. S/he will also contribute to the ongoing strategy development, work planning, and project management of the S2S program and other youth employment programs in the portfolio. S/he will work closely with the S2S team and other technical staff at Save the Children US, other member offices and country offices.

Home Visitor III

Headstart

HOMEV01572

Full-time

Indianola, MS, USA
The Home Visitor is responsible for education, family engagement and family advocacy to families in an assigned caseload by providing comprehensive services during home visits and socialization activities assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations and communications with parents. The Home Visitor works in tandem with the entire functionality of the Head Start system, and is an integrated team member assisting in supporting the goals of the program. The Head Start Home Visitor reports directly to the Home Base Specialist, Manager or Center Director. The Head Start Home Visitor is responsible for creating and nurturing strong partnerships with families and ensuring that program standards, compliance, and quality are of the highest standards.

Coord/Asst Center Director, Family Service

Headstart

COORD01575

Full-time

Moorhead, MS, USA
As Family Services Coordinator/Assistant Center Director the position is responsible for the general day-to-day operations of a Head Start/Early Head Start center and will maintain a caseload. The position is responsible for support services to Early Head Start and Head Start families. The Coordinator supports and assists families as they identify and meet their own goals through a case management model for developing and carrying out the program Family Partnership Agreements, assists with the completion of health and other required screenings and assessments. The position may involve reassignment of caseloads and/or center location as deemed necessary for program operations.

Bus Driver

Headstart

BUSDR01573

Part-time

Indianola, MS, USA
The Bus Driver provides regular transportation services for Head Start / Early Head Start children while following the safest and most efficient routes, obeying all applicable laws and regulations and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, maintaining route schedules. Responsibilities also include regular bus maintenance, including vehicular fluid levels, essential maintenance paperwork, safety checklist, and the reporting of damage/malfunctions to supervisor, as participating bus safety drills. The Bus Driver ensures internal and external vehicular cleanliness, record keeping, damage/malfunction reporting, safety equipment/seat belt maintenance, bus entry/exit monitoring, educational/social interaction with children, and communication with parents/families as needed.

Community Mobilization Manager – Nigeria

6 Feb 2018

Manager

COMMU01591

Full-time

Nigeria – Maiduguri
+1 more

Save the Children is seeking a Community Mobilization (CM) Manager for an anticipated USAID-funded project for Education in Emergencies programming in the Northeast states of Nigeria. The CM Manager will provide support to the project team and partners in the process of planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of community mobilization activities. S/he will ensure commitment and involvement of local authorities and community members in the program. S/he will support community mobilization to ensure participation, program sustainability, and create ways for voices of community members, including women and children, to be heard. The CM Manager will work closely with the project team in designing and implementation of behavior change and communication strategies.

Wellbeing Specialist – Nigeria

Specialist

WELLB01592

Full-time

Nigeria – Maiduguri
+1 more

Save the Children is seeking a Wellbeing Specialist for an anticipated USAID-funded project for Education in Emergencies programming in the Northeast states of Nigeria. The Wellbeing Specialist will provide strategic technical guidance and support to ensure that students’ and teachers’ psycho-social and social emotional wellbeing are central in the design and implementation of the education project

Senior Reading Advisor

Advisor

SENIO01577

Full-time

Bangladesh – Dhaka
Save the Children is seeking a Senior Reading Specialist for an anticipated 5-year USAID-funded (Shekhar Jonno Pori (“Read to Learn”) Program. The program will provide direct technical assistance to the Government of Bangladesh and its sector-wide Fourth Primary Education Development Program (PEDP4), as well as to schools and teachers. The activities will train teachers, procure and disseminate reading materials, and foster partnerships between schools and families to enhance opportunities for children to read outside of school and in the home.

Reproductive Health in Emergencies Fellow

2 Feb 2018

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

REPRO01555

Full-time

Remote
Washington, DC, USA
The scope of work for the practicum will focus on M&E support for the reproductive health team in (or nearby) one of the program locations: Democratic Republic of Congo, Niger, Rwanda, Somalia, Egypt, Yemen, Syria, Pakistan, or Bangladesh. Specific tasks will include strengthening the M&E toolkit and framework for the community mobilization team, training data collectors and supervising routine assessments for the FP-PAC project such as a register review, client exit interviews, focus group discussions and a data audit, and supporting the HMIS officer to monitor the quality of program data and use it for programmatic action.

Summer Newborn Health in Emergencies Fellow

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

NEWBO01568

Part-time

Washington, DC
The scope of work for the practicum will focus on M&E support for the newborn health in emergencies team, based in Washington, DC. The Field Guide for Newborn Health in Emergencies was piloted in South Sudan and Somalia to test the feasibility and effectiveness of these newborn interventions in protracted emergency settings. The endline of the Somalia study will be completed by May and the fellow will be expected to support Save the Children and CDC with data analysis and preparations for the planned manuscripts. Additionally, a cost-effectiveness study for improving quality of facility based neonatal interventions is currently being planned and the fellow will support the Save the Children team with tool development as needed.

Senior Specialist, Child Protection and Psychosocial Support in Emergencies

Senior Specialist

SENIO01254

Full-time

Washington, DC
+1 more

The Senior Specialist Child Protection and Psychosocial Support (PSS) in Emergencies provides technical support for Save the Children’s child protection programs in emergency contexts with special focus on the HEART program. This will include contributing to strategic directions and plans, develop and maintain key external partnerships, maintain links with other departments to strengthen and expand the protection of children and respond to emergencies. The Senior Specialist Child Protection and PSS in Emergencies provides technical assistance to country offices to develop, implement, improve, and evaluate child protection programs, including HEART.

Summer Media Research Intern

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01567

Part-time

Washington, DC
The Intern, Media Research will help the media and communications team build relationships with U.S. media and bloggers, conducting media research, developing and updating media contact lists for various initiatives and campaigns. The intern will also complete a media research project which will be presented to the Communications Team at the conclusion of the internship.

Summer Social Behavior Change Communication Intern

1 Feb 2018

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01564

Part-time

Washington, DC
The Behavior Change and Community Health Team at Save the Children US seeks a summer intern to assist with the knowledge management and documentation needs for a variety of international projects.

Summer Portfolio Growth & Performance Intern

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01565

Part-time

Washington, DC
The Department of Portfolio Growth & Performance (PGP) Intern assists the team in creating and amplifying our USG proposal development and award management tools, resources and learning materials. This position provides both operational and technical support to both the New Business Development (NBD) and Award Management (AM) teams within NBD, and plays an important role in assisting with the development of departmental initiatives. The intern will be provided with introductions to SCUS USG proposal development as well as trainings and mentorship into the more nuanced aspects of the process. The intern will gain skills and experience in the USAID proposal development process and will be exposed broadly to the work of an international development non-profit organization.

Summer Food Security and Livelihoods Intern

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01516

Part-time

Washington, DC
Save the Children’s Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL) team seeks a graduate student for a part-time internship to support its knowledge management priorities specifically related to: 1) inclusive market system development; and 2) post harvest management practices and technologies. The selected candidates will work with the technical team and with their guidance conduct desk research, support development of research protocol and tools, conduct qualitative research and help draft knowledge products including technical briefs, fact sheets, case studies, etc. as needed. The intern will be cited as contributing author for any material that is published for external audiences by Save the Children.

Summer Humanitarian Communications Intern

1 Feb 2018

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01528

Part-time

Washington, DC
The media and communications intern will play an important role within the media team this summer, assisting the director in the advance planning for the United Nations General Assembly annual meeting in September and the communications activities around World Refugee Day and other humanitarian response projects.

Summer Innovation Intern or Skilled Volunteer

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

INNOV01464

Part-time

Fairfield, CT

  • Research and summarize current innovation trends in international development • Develop landscape analysis on current and future innovation conferences – Manage and update our innovation pipeline – Organize internal events – Develop and manage our innovation page on Save the Children’s intranet site – Lead ad hoc administrative projects as needed •Research and summarize current innovation trends in international development • Develop landscape analysis on current and future innovation conferences – Manage and update our innovation pipeline – Organize internal events – Develop and manage our innovation page on Save the Children’s intranet site – Lead ad hoc administrative projects as needed

Summer Global Sponsorship Marketing Intern or Skilled Volunteer

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01476

Part-time

Fairfield, CT
Spend your summer with a team of enthusiastic marketers learning how non-profits engage prospective and existing donors and helping to improve our existing communications. The summer intern for the Global Sponsorship Marketing team will support researching innovative marketing channels and asist in the creation, editing and review of child sponsorship communications from over 20 international offices. With an increased emphasis on storytelling in order to help our programs come alive for child sponsors, we are looking for someone with strong writing skills, who is savvy on social media channels and comfortable drafting copy and selecting compelling photo and video assets for use in various campaigns.

Summer Talent Relations Intern or Skilled Volunteer

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

TALEN01486

Part-time

Fairfield, CT
The Talent Relations intern supports Save the Children’s Talent Relations team. The intern will help conduct celebrity research; draft and compile entertainment industry communications material; and help to maintain the talent relations program operational tools and materials. The intern will have a strong understanding of pop culture and social media trends and will help conduct social media research, specifically analyzing celebrity trends on social media.

Summer Information Technology Help Desk Intern or Skilled Volunteer

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01510

Part-time

Fairfield, CT
You’ll be an integral part of our fast-moving IT team, focused on providing top-notch on-site and remote technical support to Save the Children employees. You will be a first point of contact for end-user support, and have a knack for communicating with people at varying levels of technical aptitude. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter that has a passion for technology, pride in their work, and possesses a combination of customer service and technical skills to deliver a secure, reliable work environment.

Summer Individual Philanthropy Donor Specialist Intern or Skilled Volunteer

1 Feb 2018

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01529

Part-time

Fairfield, CT
This intern will support the Individual Philanthropy team in the stewardship, research, and management of portfolios of major donors/prospects as well as ad hoc operational support and special projects.

Summer Corporate Fundraising Intern or Skilled Volunteer

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01530

Part-time

Fairfield, CT
Looking for an enthusiastic intern to join the Corporate Fundraising team. You will be part of a dynamic group of individuals that collaborate to develop strategic partnerships with large corporations that share our vision of investing in childhood to transform the future. You will learn about the corporate philanthropic landscape on a global scale and how to cultivate new business, develop new relationships and grow ongoing partnerships. With our corporate partners, we work toward positively addressing the unique and complex challenges facing children, their families and communities, while simultaneously creating value for the companies’ businesses and brands.

Summer Fundraising Strategy Intern or Skilled Volunteer

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01539

Part-time

Fairfield, CT
We are seeking an intern or skilled volunteer who is interested in learning how revenue raised through foundation donors fits into the larger context of Save the Children’s fundraising efforts. The intern or volunteer will provide a range of research, writing, information management, and administrative support to our dynamic Strategic Foundation Partnerships team. In return, the individual will gain experience in fundraising strategy and donor stewardship and will develop a familiarity with current trends in philanthropy, international development, issues affecting children, and the day-to-day operations of a large international non-governmental organization (INGO).

Summer (New Business Development) Recruitment Intern or Skilled Volunteer

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01542

Part-time

Fairfield, CT
The New Business Development Team (NBD) is seeking an individual who is interested in learning about proposal development and specifically, recruiting candidates to lead these large-scale programs. The primary project will be to develop an Access database of potential candidates for proposals. In addition, the intern will be involved in understanding how to source for candidates through social media and web-based tools, write job advertisements, and review candidate resumes for consideration. This person should also be interested in researching websites, scouring the internet for specific candidate profiles, and generating communications with potential candidates.

Summer Marketing Content Operations Intern or Skilled Volunteer

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME01540

Part-time

Fairfield, CT
Seeking intern to perform quality control (QC) on and catalog photos, stories, graphics, and possibly video in Save the Children’s new digital asset management system (DAM). Intern would also help support marketing content curation and deployment

Senior Director, Individual Philanthropy

Senior Director

SENIO01558

Full-time

San Francisco, CA, USA
The primary purpose of the Senior Director, Individual Philanthropy is to develop and implement an intensive major gift fundraising strategy focused on top prospects as Save the Children expands its presence in the Bay Area region. The successful candidate will be responsible for building and maintaining a strong base of major gift support from individuals with the highest giving capacity, securing planned gifts where appropriate, and deepening relationships with current major and planned giving donors. S/he will be responsible for building and maintaining a robust pipeline from identification, cultivation, soliciting and stewarding, as well as establishing unit benchmarks and ensuring accountability of team.

Director, Individual Philanthropy

Director

DIREC01559

Full-time

Los Angeles, CA, USA
The Director, Individual Giving will possess a blend of frontline fundraising experience and will be an integral member of the Major and Planned Gifts development team. This position is responsible for building and maintaining a significant base of major gift support from individuals located primarily in Southern California as we expand our presence in the region. This person will be responsible for maintaining relationships with existing major and planned giving donors, identifying prospects, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding both new and existing donors for annual support, and towards Save the Children’s $100 million, 3-year Centennial Campaign. This position is a remote position and based in Los Angeles, CA.

Program Specialist, School Age Programs

Specialist

PROGR01551

Full-time

Berea, KY, USA
The Program Specialist is the on-the-ground Save the Children staff member providing training, technical assistance, and management support to program partners to ensure quality program implementation and results for children. Save the Children programming is focused on children and families for the prenatal through age ten (P-10) continuum of child development and education. Program Specialists focus on elementary school-age children. Under the supervision of the Deputy Program Director and working as a member of the state team and in collaboration with the national program team, the Program Specialist oversees and supports program implementation, monitoring, and evaluation at assigned partner sites. Specific duties and responsibilities are outlined below.

Consultancies

Specialist

CONSU01550

Full-time

Washington, DC
We are currently seeking consultants for both proposal and implementation needs, and seek qualified individuals to lead the technical writing for Save the Children’s proposal needs and to provide input into the technical design, including program description, work plan, management plan and implementation plan of the project. S/he may also coordinate input of technical staff/writers on their technical narratives and strategies. As well, this person may be responsible for leading specific initiatives within a current project. Our core program areas include: public health, livelihoods, food and nutrition, child protection and education, giving children a healthy start to life. Typical assignments last three to six weeks and may require travel to field posts.

Program Specialist, Early Childhood Development

Specialist

PROGR01541

Full-time

Nashville, TN, USA
The Early Childhood Development Program Specialist is the on-the-ground Save the Children (SC) staff member providing training, technical assistance, and management support to program partners to ensure quality program implementation and results for children. Early Childhood Program Specialists focus on prenatal through age five and school-age Program Specialists focus on elementary school-age children. Under the supervision of the State Director/Deputy Program Director and working as a member of the state team and in collaboration with the national program team, the Program Specialist oversees and supports program implementation, monitoring, and evaluation at assigned partner sites.

Manager, Financial Reporting & Analysis

Manager

MANAG01523

Full-time

Lexington, KY
The Manager, Financial Reporting & Analysis is responsible for managing donor financial reporting processes. This include preparation/submission of financial reports, advance requests, and invoices for awards, within an assigned portfolio. They are responsible for ensuring that all reports/invoices sent are complete, accurate, and timely and that appropriate documentation is on file in management systems. This position is expected to facilitate across divisions to ensure that the system setup and financial reporting is in line with donor expectations. This is a key position to ensure STC continues a strong reputation for financial reporting data quality.

Award Manager, Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL)

Manager

AWARD01500

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Award Manager, Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL) manages a caseload of awards within the Department of Hunger and Livelihoods’ award portfolio from opportunity to closeout. S/he is accountable for meeting award management targets and metrics for the caseload of awards, and for ensuring the effective flow of resources to Save the Children International (SCI) and other Save the Children members in the food security and livelihoods technical sector. Liaising with relevant stakeholders, particularly technical, finance and fund-raising staff, and Country Office (CO) award managers, the Award Manager, FSL problem-solves to ensure the health of the award caseload, escalating any issues to his/her supervisor as needed.

Program Director

Headstart

PROGR01473

Full-time

Indianola, MS, USA
The Program Director is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the Head Start and Early Head Start Programs. The position directs, administers and manages the day-to-day program operations. Responsibilities include direct and indirect staff supervision, budget and fiscal assets management, and building, leading, and managing team support and performance. The Program Director provides leadership to all program centers as well as compliance with donor and Head Start policies and procedures.

Senior Director, Integrated Digital Marketing & Recurring Fundraising

Senior Director

SENIO01518

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Senior Director of Integrated Digital Marketing & Recurring Fundraising is responsible for optimizing revenue growth opportunities through both standard and sophisticated marketing techniques in each stage of the marketing funnel, including generating awareness, creating consideration, fostering conversion and building loyalty. Through leadership of strong cross-functional teams who lead on two of the agency’s top strategic priorities, the focus is on driving digital performance that is best in class while growing the donor base of monthly mission supporters.

Sr Specialist, WASH in Emergencies

Senior Specialist

SRSPE01504

Full-time

Washington, DC
+2 more

The Senior Specialist for WASH in Emergencies will provide technical assistance to ongoing emergency programs, serve as a first responder to new emergencies, and contribute to global priorities for research, advocacy and state of the art guidance. Technical support will include technical needs assessments, response strategy development, mobilizing resources for emergency WASH activities and implementation of the emergency WASH response. The Senior Specialist will be part of the Emergency Health and Nutrition team in the Department of Global Health and will work closely with Humanitarian Response colleagues for emergency deployments, to facilitate emergency health program learning and innovation, and to participate/contribute to agency-wide capacity development in emergency health.

Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis

Manager

MANAG01502

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
This position supports the development of assigned Functional/Business Team budgets and ensures they are compiled, analyzed and calculated in an accurate and timely manner. The Manager is responsible for detailed financial analysis, modeling and data mining. This position maintains a continuous improvement approach to enhance efficiency and maximize results.

Finance and Award Coordinator

Coordinator

FINAN01456

Full-time

Washington, DC
+1 more

The Coordinator, Awards and Budget Management, is a key member of the Program Development Management which resides within the Department of Education and Child Protection (DECP). This position has two main areas of responsibility 1) monitoring a caseload of low to medium risk awards within DECP’s portfolio and 2) providing budget support for specific programs and funding sources not directly managed within the DECP team.

Director, Education in Emergencies

Director

DIREC01482

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Director for Education in Emergencies will manage Save the Children’s Education in Emergencies work. The EiE program is comprised of awards from both USG and private donors, implemented in 15-20 countries, and includes thought leadership activities within Save the Children and external Education in Emergencies forums. S/he will provide direction to the program and will manage the award portfolio. S/he will maintain key relationships within Save the Children and with the Advisor for Education in Emergencies will represent Save the Children US to external audiences. Along with the Advisor for Education in Emergencies and other team members supporting the EiE portfolio, s/he will provide technical support to projects and lead fundraising efforts.

Senior Director, Principal Gift Officer

Senior Director

SENIO01477

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Senior Director, Principal Gift Officer for the Centennial Campaign will possess a blend of frontline fundraising experience and will be an integral member of the campaign team and the Major Gifts Development team at large. This position is responsible for building and maintaining a strong base of major gift support from individuals with the highest giving capacity. S/he will be responsible for building and maintaining a robust pipeline from identification, cultivation, soliciting and stewarding. This position is located in Fairfield, CT.

Strategic Coordination and Learning Advisor – Niger

Advisor

STRAT01474

Full-time

Niger–Maradi
Miradi, NER, NER
+1 more

Save the Children is seeking a Strategic Coordination and Learning Advisor for an anticipated five-year USAID-funded Development Food Security Activity in Niger. The goal is to improve food and nutrition security and resilience among extremely poor and chronically vulnerable households and communities in a sustainable manner.

Advisor, Reproductive Health in Emergencies

Advisor

ADVIS01450

Full-time

Washington, DC
+1 more

The Family Planning and Postabortion Care (FP & PAC) Initiative at Save the Children focuses on emergency settings. The goal is to ensure that all women are supported in their reproductive health choices and have access to contraceptive and postabortion care information and services. The Advisor for Reproductive Health in Emergencies (RHiE) is responsible for providing technical assistance (TA) to the FP & PAC Initiative. The TA includes analyzing contextual situations, developing technical guidance, support integration at community and service delivery points, and quality assurance. The advisor will engage at global level in the development of organizational strategy, operational plan, and creation of innovative ideas/solutions to service delivery, training, and quality improvement.

Finance Coordinator

Coordinator

FINAN01455

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Finance Coordinator supports the Department of Education and Child Protection’s (DECP) finance activities. S/he helps supports the management of DECP’s multiple funding sources in order to ensure accuracy in reporting. S/he processes financial transactions for DECP team, and interfaces with Save the Children’s finance and accounting systems. S/he disseminates pertinent financial policies and procedures to the field and within DECP team. S/he supports the DECP team with advice and guidance for project financial compliance based on existing processes and procedures. S/he will serve as primary point of contact within the department for processing of all payments which includes provide training and support to staff on time keeping policies and travel processes.

Associate Director, HR Business Advisor–US Programs and Head Start

Associate Director

ASSOC01384

Full-time

Washington, DC
The primary purpose of the Associate Director, HR Business Advisor for US Programs & Advocacy (USPA) and Head Start (HS) is to provide Human Resources guidance and counsel to both USPA and HS in support of the successful implementation of the Agency’s strategic goals. For USPA, the incumbent is responsible for ensuring the division has systems and processes to attract, develop and retain highly qualified talent. For HS, the incumbent will provide effective support to Save the Children’s Head Start and Early Head Start programs across the country and guarantee compliance with the Head Start regulations and appropriate employment law.

Program Aide

Headstart

PROGR01410

Full-time

Jennings, LA, USA
The Program Aide is responsible for ensuring the safety of children during transportation activities and responsible for assisting to provide educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. Other duties in the areas of cafeteria management and custodial services may also be assigned. Program Aide directly reports to the Head Start Program Director with guidance from the Health & Nutrition/Facilities/Transportation Coordinator for Bus Monitor responsibilities and the Early Childhood Education Manager for Program Assistant responsibilities. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers/bus routes as deemed necessary for program operations.

Teacher I

Headstart

TEACH01409

Full-time

Jennings, LA, USA
The Head Start Teacher is responsible for the general and day-to-day operations of a Head Start center with more than one classroom assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations, communicating with parents and the community and monitoring of staff. The position also has responsibility for various centers as deemed necessary for program operations. Receives content area supervision, training and technical assistance from content area managers/specialists/coordinators. The Head Start Teacher is also responsible overseeing and providing educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains.

Chief of Party – Nutrition, MCH and Family Planning

Chief of Party

CHIEF01446

Full-time

Guatemala-Guatemala City
Save the Children is seeking a Chief of Party for an upcoming USAID-funded opportunity titled, Nutrition, Maternal & Child Health and Family Planning Program in Guatemala. This five–year cooperative agreement anticipated to start in late 2018 will focus on improving the provision and use of quality MCH and Family Planning services, with a goal of reducing preventable maternal and child deaths. A critical initiative will be to increase coverage and use of evidence-based, sustainable, high-quality reproductive, maternal and child health and nutrition (RMCH/N) and FP interventions at the household, community, and health facility levels supported by the Ministry of Health (MOH).

Senior Director Child Protection

Senior Director

SENIO01443

Full-time

Washington, DC
The Sr. Director is responsible for overall design and implementation of the Child Protection strategy. The Sr. Director will also represent SC/US and provide input into the SC movement’s child protection global theme strategies. S/He will manage the child protection technical team, the child protection portfolio, with emphasis on USG, and delivery of technical support to Save the Children’s child protection and orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) programs. The Sr. Director will build a clear strategy for effective delivery and growth of programs, successfully pursue new business opportunities, and lead the team in providing technical support and quality assurance for child protection technical staff and programs in both the field and headquarters.

Senior Director, Planned Giving

Senior Director

SENIO01417

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Senior Director of Planned Giving will lead the Planned Giving (PG) strategy and operations, with a focus on growing the program which currently raises $5-6 million in annual revenue. Planned Giving includes gifts through bequests, charitable gift annuities, trusts, retirement plans, and similar complex giving vehicles that require specialized financial planning and knowledge of estate, gift, and income tax laws. This position will be integrated into the Individual Philanthropy Group, which includes major gift officers and lead a team of two full-time and one part-time coordinator in the Planned Giving unit.

Deputy Chief of Party Finance and Operations, Bangladesh

Deputy Chief of Party

DEPUT01414

Full-time

Bangladesh – Dhaka
Save the Children is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) Finance and Operations for an anticipated 5-year USAID-funded Shekhar Jonno Pori (“Read to Learn”) Program. The program will provide direct technical assistance to the Government of Bangladesh and its sector-wide Fourth Primary Education Development Program (PEDP4), as well as to schools and teachers. The activities will foster partnerships between schools and families to enhance opportunities for children to read outside of school and in the home.

Finance Director, Bangladesh

Manager

FINAN01415

Full-time

Bangladesh – Dhaka
Save the Children is seeking a Finance Director for an anticipated 5 -year USAID-funded (Shekhar Jonno Pori (“Read to Learn”) Program. The program will provide direct technical assistance to the Government of Bangladesh and its sector-wide Fourth Primary Education Development Program (PEDP4), as well as to schools and teachers. The activities will foster partnerships between schools and families to enhance opportunities for children to read outside of school and in the home.

Teacher, EH III

Headstart

TEACH01389

Full-time

Russellville, AR, USA
+1 more

The Early Head Start Teacher is responsible for the general and day to day operations of the Early Head Start classroom assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations and communication with parents. The EHS Teacher is also responsible for overseeing and providing educational, relational and social experiences for infants and toddlers to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. The EHS Teacher reports directly to the Center Director. The EHS Teacher is responsible for creating and nurturing strong partnerships with families and ensuring that program standards, compliance and quality are of the highest standards.

Specialist, Applications Support

Specialist

SPECA01402

Full-time

Fairfield, CT
The Specialist, IT Application Support is part of a dynamic technology team who is responsible for supporting Save the Children’s portfolio of best in breed technology applications. As part of this team, this person will be responsible for ensuring mission critical applications including web applications, CRM, Program and Financial systems are fully functional enabling Save the Children to meet its critical objectives.

Early Childhood Development and Education Program Manager

Manager

EARLY01393

Full-time

Remote
Washington, DC, USA
+1 more

This position will lead child care and school recovery programs for the Hurricane Maria Response. The position will lead the technical oversight of sub-grants and material support to licensed child care, early education, basic education and after school providers across Puerto Rico. The position will manage proposals, monitoring and reporting of Save the Children’s (SC) childcare and education recovery projects. The Manager will lead assessments, recovery plans and high-profile collaborations and reports to the Deputy Team Lead, Programs. This position is based in Puerto Rico. This position is expected to last a minimum of 6 months, with a possibility of extension to one year.

Custodian

Headstart

CUSTO01359

Part-time

Indianola, MS, USA
The custodian is responsible for providing safe, healthy facilities, which meet all local, state and Federal regulations. This position provides cleaning, maintenance and repairs where professional licensing is not required. This position reports directly to the Center Director, Office Manager or Head Start Manager This position may be re-assigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations. The custodian is responsible for providing safe, healthy facilities, which meet all local, state and Federal regulations.

Chief of Party, USDA Food for Education

Chief of Party

CHIEF01370

Full-time

Global
Save the Children is pursuing to lead several critical initiatives under USDA for the McGovern Dole Food for Education and Children Nutrition Programs in several country locations to be determined. The senior leadership position, Chief of Party (COP), will provide overall strategic direction in the design, management, implementation and overall quality assurance of the project overseas. S/he will also provide technical assistance on food security, hunger reduction, literacy improvement, primary education and community participation.

Director, Logistics and Commodity Management, USDA Food for Education

Deputy Chief of Party

DEPUT01371

Full-time

Global
Save the Children is pursuing to lead several critical initiatives under USDA for the McGovern Dole Food for Education and Children Nutrition Programs in several country locations to be determined. The senior leadership position of Director-Logistics and Commodity Management will report directly to the Chief of Party and will be responsible for the direct oversight and project implementation of the warehouse, procurement, IT and security aspects for commodity management of this program overseas.

Monitoring & Evauation Director – OVC, Nigeria

Director

MONIT01310

Full-time

Nigeria – Southern
Save the Children is seeking an experienced Monitoring & Evaluation Director for an anticipated USAID/PEPFAR-funded project providing support to orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in Nigeria. The goal of the five-year project is to reduce HIV impact, vulnerability and risk, as well as increase high impact HIV services to improve the well-being of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in southern Nigeria

Deputy Chief of Party, OVC – Nigeria

Deputy Chief of Party

DEPUT01312

Full-time

Nigeria – Southern
Save the Children is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party for an anticipated USAID/PEPFAR-funded project providing support to orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in Nigeria. The goal of the five-year project is to reduce HIV impact, vulnerability and risk, as well as increase high impact HIV services to improve the well-being of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in southern Nigeria.

Cook

Headstart

COOK001203

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, USA
+1 more

The position of Cook is one role in a large system of services provided to children and families. A strong food service program is important to supporting the goals of the program. This position is responsible for the ordering, preparing, serving and documentation of meals and snacks. It includes following menus and all phases of kitchen operations including inventory control. The position contributes to the smooth operations and functioning of the kitchen in adherence to health and food safety codes and the strict cleanliness of the kitchen and food service and storage areas. The Cook may prepare foods for infants and toddlers and/or preschool children following the USDA/CACFP standards. Position may involve reassignment to various centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

Coord, Family Service

Headstart

COORD01268

Full-time

Drew, MS, USA
The Family Service Coordinator is responsible for support services to Head Start and/or Early Head Start Families and for assisting parents to learn about and use community resources; for working with parents on goal setting; for encouraging parent involvement and participation in their child’s education. The Family Service Coordinator reports directly to the Center Director with indirect supervision from Family and Community Engagement Manager. The position supports and assists families as they identify and meet their own goals through a case management model for developing and carrying out the program’s Family Partnership Agreements. The position also assists with the completion of the child health requirements and other required screenings and assessments.

Program Aide (Substitute)

Headstart

PROGR01232

Part-time

Pineville, LA, USA
+3 more

The Program Aide (Substitute) and the Program Aide (full-time) are positions responsible for providing educational, relational and social experiences for infants, toddlers and preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. The positions will report to the Center Director and should be willing to travel to the various program sites and/or home visits. The position may also be assigned to various classrooms/centers/bus routes as deemed necessary for the functioning of the program operations. This position will also work as a part of the team to assist in activities in the area of the classroom with daily classroom management and other duties, as needed and may be assigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

Coord, Family Service

Headstart

COORD01202

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, USA
+2 more

The Family Service Specialist ensures implementation of the Head Start Education program services for children, families, and pregnant women in order to provide high quality services and support. The Family Service Specialist reports directly to the Center Director or Family and Community Engagement Manager and works as a member of the local center’s coordination team. As a member of the coordination team, the Family Service Specialist is responsible for creating and nurturing strong collaborations with staff at all levels and families to ensure that program standards, compliance, and quality are of the highest standards.

Teacher, EH I

Headstart

TEACH01205

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, USA
+1 more

The Early Head Start Teacher is responsible for the general and day to day operations of the Early Head Start classroom assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations and communication with parents. The EHS Teacher is also responsible for overseeing and providing educational, relational and social experiences for infants and toddlers to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. The EHS Teacher reports directly to the Center Director. The EHS Teacher is responsible for creating and nurturing strong partnerships with families and ensuring that program standards, compliance and quality are of the highest standards.

Assistant Teacher I

9 Oct 2017

Headstart

ASSIS01240

Full-time

Pineville, LA, USA
+3 more

The Assistant Teacher is responsible to assist the Head Start Teacher for the general day to day operations of the Head Start classroom. The Head Start Teacher Assistant is also responsible for providing educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and developmental in all developmental domains. The Head Start Teacher assistant reports directly to the Center Director. The Head Start Teacher assistant will assist in creating and nurturing strong partnerships with families and ensure that program standards, compliance, and quality are of the highest standards.

Bus Driver

Headstart

BUSDR01215

Part-time

Jennings, LA, USA
The Bus Driver provides regular transportation services for Head Start/Early Head Start children while following the safest and most efficient routes, obeying all applicable laws, Head Start/Early Head Start regulations, and the regulations set by Department of Transportation (DOT). The Bus Driver is also responsible for regular bus maintenance, including vehicular fluid levels, essential maintenance paperwork, safety checklist, participating bus safety drills, and the reporting of damage/malfunctions to the transportation supervisor. The Bus Driver ensures internal and external vehicular cleanliness, recordkeeping, safety equipment/seat belt maintenance, bus entry/exit monitoring, educational/social interaction with children, and communication with parents/families as needed.

Program Aide, AR

Headstart

PROGR01190

Full-time

Booneville, AR, USA
+1 more

The Program Aide is responsible for assisting to provide educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. This position also works as part of the team to assist in activities in the areas of the classroom, kitchen, to serve as a disabilities aide as needed. The Program Aide/Custodian works with the HS and EHS teams to developing children and/or children with special needs/disabilities. The position reports to the Center Director and may be reassigned to various classrooms as deemed necessary for program operations.

Teacher, EH III

Headstart

TEACH01192

Full-time

Coal Hill, AR, USA
+2 more

The Early Head Start Teacher is responsible for the general and day to day operations of the Early Head Start classroom assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations and communication with parents. The EHS Teacher is also responsible for overseeing and providing educational, relational and social experiences for infants and toddlers to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. The EHS Teacher reports directly to the Center Director. The EHS Teacher is responsible for creating and nurturing strong partnerships with families and ensuring that program standards, compliance and quality are of the highest standards.

Advisor, Reproductive Health in Emergencies

Advisor

ADVIS01217

Full-time

Washington, DC
+1 more

Save the Children has global health programs in over 30 countries worldwide with a focus on newborn, child, adolescent, and reproductive health. The reproductive health in humanitarian settings initiative at Save the Children focuses on sub-thematic areas of family planning (FP) and postabortion care (PAC) and has an overall objective to institutionalize these services as a core component of humanitarian health responses. The Advisor, Reproductive Health in Emergencies will support humanitarian health responses through capacity building, technical assistance, deployment, and development of technical guidelines on reproductive health. The position will be based in Washington, DC with frequent travel to country offices in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

Deputy Chief of Party, Rural Resilence in Nigeria

Deputy Chief of Party

DEPUT01206

Full-time

Nigeria-Abuja
Save the Children is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party for an anticipated five-year USAID-funded Rural Resilience program in Nigeria. The goal is to increase resilience of vulnerable households in the northern zones of Nigeria, where climate change and instability are exacerbating the impacts of humanitarian emergencies and in many cases contributing to fragile livelihoods, reduced social cohesion, and backsliding into poverty. Hiring is contingent upon successful award of the project and USAID approval of the candidate.

Program Aide

Headstart

PROGR01134

Full-time

Patterson, AR, USA
+1 more

The Program Aide (Substitute) and the Program Aide (full-time) are positions responsible for providing educational, relational and social experiences for infants, toddlers and preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. The positions will report to the Center Director and should be willing to travel to the various program sites and/or home visits.The position may also be assigned to various classrooms/centers/bus routes as deemed necessary for the functioning of the program operations. This position will also work as a part of the team to assist in activities in the area of the classroom with daily classroom management and other duties, as needed and may be assigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

Teacher II

Headstart

TEACH01171

Full-time

Clarksville, AR, USA
The Head Start Teacher is responsible for the general and day-to-day operations of a Head Start center with more than one classroom assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations, communicating with parents and the community and monitoring of staff. The position also has responsibility for various centers as deemed necessary for program operations. Receives content area supervision, training and technical assistance from content area managers/specialists/coordinators. The Head Start Teacher is also responsible overseeing and providing educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains.

Program Aide (On-call), AR

Headstart

PROGR01185

Part-time

Booneville, AR, USA
+8 more

The Program Aide is responsible for assisting to provide educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. This position also works as part of the team to assist in activities in the areas of the classroom, kitchen, to serve as a disabilities aide as needed. The Program Aide/Custodian works with the HS and EHS teams to developing children and/or children with special needs/disabilities. The position reports to the Center Director and may be reassigned to various classrooms as deemed necessary for program operations.

Assistant Teacher II

Headstart

ASSIS01178

Full-time

Hector, AR, USA
+1 more

The Assistant Teacher is responsible to assist the Head Start Teacher for the general day to day operations of the Head Start classroom. The Head Start Teacher Assistant is also responsible for providing educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and developmental in all developmental domains.

Program Aide (Substitute)

Headstart

PROGR01131

Part-time

Indianola, MS, USA
The Program Aide (Substitute) and the Program Aide (full-time) are positions responsible for providing educational, relational and social experiences for infants, toddlers and preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. The positions will report to the Center Director and should be willing to travel to the various program sites and/or home visits. The position may also be assigned to various classrooms/centers/bus routes as deemed necessary for the functioning of the program operations. This position will also work as a part of the team to assist in activities in the area of the classroom with daily classroom management and other duties, as needed and may be assigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

Program Aide (Substitute)

Headstart

PROGR01141

Part-time

Williston, ND, USA
The Program Aide is responsible for assisting to provide educational, relational and social experiences for preschool children to foster growth and development in all developmental domains. Other duties in the areas of cafeteria management and custodial services may also be assigned. Program Aide directly reports to the Program Director/Health & Nutrition Manager with guidance from the Early Childhood Education Manager for Program Assistant responsibilities. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

Deputy Chief of Party, Education Program, Somalia

Deputy Chief of Party

DEPUT01078

Full-time

Somalia – Mogadishu
USAID will announce a funding opportunity titled New Somalia Education Activity in late 2017. This five–year contract anticipated to start in early 2018 will focus on increasing equitable access to education for marginalized populations and will also enhance the abilities of education authorities’ to manage and lead the education sector in Somalia . The activities in Somalia aimed to strengthen education and human capacity will require improving the provision and use of quality education interventions, focused at the regional states with targeted investment at the national level. These efforts will be essential to addressing the educational needs of Somalia children, youth and adolescents.

 

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