Over 70 Internship and Job Vacancies at the Save the Children International

Here are some of the over 70 internship and job vacancies at the Save the Children International. Click on each opportunity for details and to apply on the job website.

Save the Children staff pose on the steps near the capitol in Washington, D.C. during the 2017 Save the Children Advocacy Summit. Photo credit: Susan Warner/Save the Children, March 2017.

Summer USDA Knowledge Management Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

USDAK02450

Part-time

Washington, DC

Save the Children’s USDA portfolio seeks an enthusiastic and energetic intern with an interest in learning more about how school meal projects succeed across the globe. The intern would lead efforts to collect, edit, and organize key project documents in a manner that would allow for learning and the overall improvement of project management across Save the Children’s portfolio of USDA work.

Summer Save the Children Action Network Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SPRIN02437

Part-time

Washington, DC

Save the Children Action Network (SCAN), Save the Children’s political advocacy arm, is looking for a summer intern to support our Early Childhood Education (ECE) and international campaigns by providing research and special project support to our mobilization, communications, government relations and resource development teams.

Specialist, Payroll

1

Specialist

SPECI02483

Full-time

Fairfield, CT

The Payroll, Specialist will be accountable to ensure an accurate and timely payroll is issued. This includes the calculation of gross to net pay, withholdings, and other related payments. This role will also be responsible to provide customer service and answer payroll related questions from the agency’s employees that are on the agency payroll. This role will also liaise with Human Resources and Accounting to ensure accurate reporting and representation of HR data in the payroll system and general ledger.

Summer Global Aid Effectiveness Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02471

Part-time

Washington, DC

The Public Policy & Advocacy (PPA) department is looking for an accomplished student to serve as a Global Aid Effectiveness intern. This individual will support the governance, fair financing, and accountability work of the Public Policy and Advocacy Department in Washington, D.C. by tracking, analyzing, and contributing to advocacy activities related to global policy, aid effectiveness, fair financing, data, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Summer Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Emergencies Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02461

Part-time

Washington, DC

In the immediate aftermath of a disaster or conflict, and throughout the transition from emergency response to recovery and sustainable development, Save the Children’s presence in 120 countries facilitates the rapid delivery of evidence-based and innovative health and nutrition interventions that address the major causes of illness and death among the world’s most vulnerable populations, including adolescents. The Emergency Health and Nutrition (EHN) team’s adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) technical specialists at Save the Children US work closely the Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (IAWG) to advance ASRH programming in emergency settings.

Summer Emergency Health and Nutrition Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02462

Part-time

Washington, DC

In the immediate aftermath of a disaster or conflict, and throughout the transition from emergency response to recovery and sustainable development, Save the Children’s presence in 120 countries facilitates the rapid delivery of evidence-based and innovative health and nutrition interventions that address the major causes of illness and death among the world’s most vulnerable populations. The Emergency Health and Nutrition (EHN) team at Save the Children US works closely with colleagues in the development sector of Health & Nutrition as well as with colleagues in Humanitarian Response, both within the US team and with other Members in multiple countries allowing the intern to gain exposure to many different facets of the organization.

Summer Skills to Succeed Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SKILL02467

Full-time

Washington, DC

Under Skills to Succeed (S2S), a global program supported by Accenture, Save the Children addresses the global youth unemployment crisis. S2S assists 60,000 at-risk youth, ages 14-24, to acquire the skills and competencies they need to get a job or build a business, thereby breaking the inter-generational cycle of poverty. We work alongside young people, local NGOs, governments, and the private sector in multiple countries (China, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Mexico) to design and deliver market-relevant skill building opportunities. We also enhance the quality and reach of job placement services that link youth with opportunities to apply new skills and improve their prospects of securing safe and decent work.

Summer Graphic Design Intern or Skilled Volunteer

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02465

Part-time

Washington, DC

The Department of Global Health Knowledge Management team seeks a graphic design intern or volunteer to support our departmental graphic design needs as well as select projects. This is a great opportunity for a design student or recent graduate to build his/her portfolio and resume, while getting experience in the international development field.

Summer Portfolio Growth & Performance Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SPRIN02455

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 New Business Development – Proposal Pricing Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SPRIN02459

Part-time

Washington, DC

The Department of Portfolio Growth & Performance (PGP) Proposal Pricing Intern assists the team in creating and improving the USG proposal development budgeting tools, templates, and other informational resources. The intern will be provided with an introduction to SCUS USG cost proposal development, and mentorship into the more nuanced aspects of the process. The intern will gain skills and experience in complex budget and word template creation, USG rules and regulations and business processes related to proposal development. Through this work, the intern will gain broad exposure to the work of an international development non-profit organization.

Newborn Health in Emergencies Fellow

1

Temporary

NEWBO02457

Full-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 Newborn Health in Humanitarian Settings Field Guide was piloted in South Sudan and Somalia to test the feasibility and effectiveness of these newborn interventions in protracted emergency settings. Four years of data on essential newborn care and newborn referral pathways will be available by Summer 2019 and the fellow will be expected to support Save the Children and CDC with data analysis and preparations for the planned manuscripts. Additionally, the toolkit associated with the Field Guide will need updated and revised based on the initial implementation in various emergency responses.

Summer Program Development and Management Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

PDMPR02417

Part-time

Washington, DC

The PDM intern will work with the Awards Management team within the Department of Education and Child Protection to support donor funded projects across the globe. Through the tasks performed the intern will gain a better understanding of the importance of strong project management and how it contributes to international development project success and tools and best practices for effective project management.

Summer IDELA Communications Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

IDELA02435

Part-time

Washington, DC

The IDELA Communications Intern will support the user growth of the International Development and Early Learning assessment (IDELA), an Early Childhood Development assessment designed by Save the Children. The intern will engage with the IDELA website, social media content, and internal systems to drive forward our communications strategy. The intern will also support our internal knowledge management process.

Summer Skills to Succeed ICT4D Fellow

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SKILL02466

Full-time

Washington, DC

Under Skills to Succeed, a global program supported by Accenture, Save the Children addresses the global youth unemployment crisis. S2S assists 60,000 at-risk youth, to acquire the competencies they need to get a job or build a business, breaking the inter-generational cycle of poverty. We work alongside young people, local NGOs, governments, and the private sector in multiple countries (China, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Mexico) to design and deliver market-relevant skill building opportunities. We also enhance the quality and reach of job placement services that link youth with opportunities to apply new skills and improve their prospects of securing safe and decent work.

Summer Global Development Policy & Advocacy Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02473

Part-time

Washington, DC

The Public Policy & Advocacy (PPA) department is looking for a student to serve as a Global Development Policy & Advocacy Intern. This individual will report directly to the public policy and advocacy team in DC. S/he will assist in daily activities and, with guidance from staff, work on a variety of projects related to global health, education, child protection, and food security policy and advocacy.

Summer Early Childhood Development and Gender Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02443

Part-time

Washington, DC

The Early Childhood Development and Gender intern will support with the research and learning activities related to a Gender Equality in Early Childhood Development project with the Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) team of the International Programs Division. The ECD intern will also provide a supporting role in the drafting and reviewing of working documents, and planning the dissemination of learning and finding with internal and external networks.

Summer Humanitarian Relief and Disaster Response Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

HUMAN02453

Part-time

Washington, DC

Candidate will perform a range of activities as a member of the SCUS Department of Humanitarian Response (DHR) in support of fundraising, improved emergency response capacity, and award management to address the needs of children and families affected by conflict and/or natural disaster.

Summer Skill to Succeed Program Quality Fellow

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SKILL02468

Part-time

Washington, DC

Under Skills to Succeed (S2S), a global program supported by Accenture, Save the Children addresses the global youth unemployment crisis. S2S assists 60,000 at-risk youth, ages 14-24, to acquire the skills and competencies they need to get a job or build a business, thereby breaking the inter-generational cycle of poverty. We work alongside young people, local NGOs, governments, and the private sector in multiple countries (China, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Mexico) to design and deliver market-relevant skill building opportunities. We also enhance the quality and reach of job placement services that link youth with opportunities to apply new skills and improve their prospects of securing safe and decent work.

Summer Humanitarian Communications Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02475

Part-time

Washington, DC

The humanitarian communications intern will play an important role within the communications team this summer, assisting the director of communications for humanitarian response with daily activities, planned media campaigns and responses to breaking emergencies.

Summer Talent Relations Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

TALEN02476

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 Gender Policy & Advocacy Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02472

Part-time

Washington, DC

The Public Policy & Advocacy (PPA) department is looking for an accomplished student to serve as a Global Gender Policy intern. This individual will support the global gender policy and advocacy work of the Public Policy and Advocacy Department in Washington, D.C. by tracking, analyzing, and contributing to advocacy activities related to the U.S. Congress, the State Department, USAID, and the United Nations in relation to global gender equality and women’s and girls’ empowerment.

Summer Fundraising Strategy Intern or Skilled Volunteer

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02474

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, social enterprise, gender equality, international development, issues affecting children, and the day-to-day operations of a large international non-governmental organization (INGO).

Summer Corporate Fundraising Intern or Skilled Volunteer

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02479

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, as well as how to cultivate new business, develop 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. This is a particularly exciting year, as Save the Children is celebrating 100 years of work for children.

Summer Acquisition and Lead Generation Intern or Skilled Volunteer

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02469

Part-time

Fairfield, CT

The Summer Acquisition and Lead Generation Intern is responsible for auditing other organizations and companies that are doing lead generation, radio and DRTV campaigns, monitoring Call Center audio for call quality on Save the Children’s campaigns, compiling general information on Save the Children’s peer organizations, reviewing creative materials, preparing Power Point presentations and reporting data as necessary.

Summer Gift-in-Kind Intern or Skilled Volunteer

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SPRIN02449

Part-time

Fairfield, CT

The Gift in Kind (GIK) portfolio is a large component of Corporate Partnerships fundraising, encompassing ongoing donations as well as donations in emergency situations, both in the U.S. and around the world where Save the Children operates. This position will support the prospecting, outreach, and overall support of the GIK team.

Summer Innovation Intern

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02416

Part-time

Washington, DC

This intern/skilled volunteer will support the innovation team in conducting research on current innovation trends and upcoming innovation conferences. (S)he will develop internal events and communications as well as manage our innovation intranet site and innovation pipeline process.

Summer Individual Philanthropy Donor Specialist Intern or Skilled Volunteer

1

Intern/Fellow/Volunteer

SUMME02428

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.

Senior Advisor, Newborn and Child Health – Zambia

1

Advisor

SENIO02481

Full-time

Zambia – Lusaka

The Senior Newborn and Child Health Advisor, in collaboration with four designated RMNCAH&N Continuum of Care Technical Assistance Activity (CoC TA) provincial teams, will work closely with the relevant units at all levels of the MOH and with respective implementing partners to strategize, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate Newborn and Child health (CoC TA) interventions in target districts in Eastern, Luapula, Muchinga, and Southern provinces. The Senior Newborn and Child Health Advisor will be based in Lusaka with frequent travel to provinces. They will represent RMNCAH&N at various Newborn and Child Health national technical working groups and committees, ensure deliverables within this technical area are implemented based on learning, and best practices are captured.

Senior Advisor, Community-Based Service Delivery and Engagement – Zambia

1

Advisor

SENIO02482

Full-time

Zambia – Lusaka

The Senior Advisor, Community-Based Service Delivery and Engagement provides technical leadership to the RMNCAH&N project and at the national level to ensure increased use of high-quality community-based service delivery, supported by strengthened demand and community engagement. The Senior Advisor, in close collaboration with government partners and community structures, leads the provision of technical assistance (TA) to (1) provincial and district health management teams (DHMTs), (2) community-based providers and volunteers, and (3) community-based organizations, structures and networks.

Coordinator, Building Operations

1

Coordinator

COORD02425

Full-time

Washington, DC

Provide daily Building Operations support for the three US locations, primarily DC. Building Operations is a support function that covers services such as; mail, security, reception, office moves, office equipment, etc.

Manager, Corporate Skills-Based Volunteers

31

Manager

MANAG02480

Full-time

Fairfield, CT

The Manager, Corporate Skills-Based Volunteers (CSBV) will work with and support the Director, Corporate Skills-Based Volunteers, managing the operations and contributing to the growth of the agency’s CSBV portfolio–currently valued at $1M in services per year. This position is critical for the growth of our CSBV portfolio and effective management of all existing CSBV. The Manager will interact heavily with internal business and operational teams, country offices and corporate partnership account managers and corporate new business team prospects.

Specialist, School Age Programs

31

Specialist

PROGR02454

Full-time

Twentynine Palms, CA, USA

+1 more

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. The incumbent will work with ASES, districts, school leaders and partners to ensure alignment with district strategic plans, goals and priorities. Community and parent outreach to ensure programs are sustainable and responsive to parents’ needs are also key responsibilities. Regional representation and presentations are required of this position.

Teacher III

31

Headstart

TEACH02422

Full-time

Drew, MS, USA

The Head Start Teacher is responsible for the general and day-to-day operations of a Head Start classroom assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations and communication with parents. 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. The Head Start Teacher reports directly to the Center Director. The Head Start Teacher is responsible for creating and nurturing strong partnerships with families and ensuring that program standards, compliance, and quality are of the highest standards

Coordinator, Centennial Campaign

28

Coordinator

COORD02442

Full-time

Fairfield, CT

The Centennial Team is focused on securing an incremental $100M by 2019, leading and/or supporting the cultivation of major donors and prospects. The Coordinator plays an important role in ensuring the fast-paced team runs smoothly. This position will provide all necessary administrative support to the Executive Director and Associate Vice President of the campaign. They will assist on a variety of responsibilities across the department and assist on special projects as needed. This position is expected to be funded through mid-2020, with the potential for additional funding.

Director, Commodity Management – Liberia

24

Director

DIRCO02430

Full-time

Liberia – Monrovia

. The senior leadership position of Director- Commodity Management will report directly to the Chief of Party and will be responsible for the direct oversight of commodity management of this program. The project must be designed to align closely with the current objectives of the Government of Liberia. Specifically, the government has initiated a new school-feeding policy where partners must adhere to the planning, implementation and management of this National School Feeding Program. There should also be strong linkages to Feed the Future and Let Girls Learn initiatives so that activities are complementary and create sustainability.

Senior Specialist, Knowledge Management– IDEAL Project

24

Senior Specialist

SRSPE02415

Full-time

Washington, DC

The Knowledge Management Senior Specialist will be key personnel in developing and leading implementation of the IDEAL knowledge management strategy. The Implementer-Led Design, Evidence, Analysis and Learning (IDEAL) activity aims to enhance the food and nutrition security of vulnerable populations through improving the design, implementation, and overall effectiveness of development and emergency food security activities funded by USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP). The Knowledge Management Senior Specialist will have chief responsibility for two critical components of IDEAL’s outreach to implementing partners: the Food Security and Nutrition (FSN) Network webpage (www.fsnnetwork.org) and the organization of knowledge sharing meetings held in the US and abroad.

Senior Director, Planned Giving

24

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.

Director, Digital Marketing

24

Director

DIRDI02427

Full-time

Fairfield, CT

The Director, Digital Marketing will lead our paid digital marketing efforts to meet our ambitious targets for growing online supporters and donations. This individual will be responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of paid digital activities. The role will manage a small team of digital fundraising practitioners and will involve close collaboration with internal stakeholders both within the broader digital team and other parts of the organization. This is a unique opportunity for an ambitious digital marketer to join our team and bring innovation and leadership in the way Save the Children attracts and engages our supporters, who are critical to achieve our ambitions for children

Senior Coordinator, Medical Logistician – Emergency Health Unit

23

Senior Coordinator

SENIO02373

Full-time

Global

Save the Children’s newly established Emergency Health Unit (EHU) is designed to enhance and expand Save the Children’s life-saving work in acute emergencies, including disease outbreaks, with a focus frontline health (including surgical), nutrition and WASH programming. The EHU initiates direct health response within 3 days of a declared emergency, creating the space for in-country response teams to focus on longer term response planning and scale up. Critical to the EHU is the consistent oversight and management of medical supplies and pharmaceuticals to ensure the medical team is able to respond immediately. The Senior Coordinator, Medical Logistics, is someone with a logistics background and the ability to manage and maintaining safe storage and management of medical supplies.

Custodian

23

Headstart

CUSTO02328

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, 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 licensure is not required. This position reports directly to the Center Director. This position may be re-assigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations. As a Save the Children employee who will come into contact with children on a routine basis, the position is expected to prevent child abuse in every situation by striving, through mental awareness, good practice and training to minimize risk to children.

Assistant Center Director

23

Headstart

ASSIS02358

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, USA

The Assistant Center Director reports to the Center Director and ensures that the support services of the program including nutrition and food services, transportation, safety and security of the program is managed effectively and in compliance with HS Standards and Federal, State and Agency policies. The Assistant Center Director may be assigned to provide center wide oversight in the absence of the Center Director. The position holder works very closely with the Center Director, teaching and classroom staff to contribute to overall success of the program. The position may be reassigned to various centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

Receptionist

23

Headstart

RECEP02379

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, USA

This position performs all duties as required for the smooth operation of an office and other duties including greeting visitors, answering the telephone, taking and distributing messages, picking up and distributing mail, typing, knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, faxing, and other clerical duties.

Manager, Social and Behavior Change – Malawi

22

Manager

MANAG02420

Full-time

Malawi – Zomba

Save the Children Malawi is currently accepting applications for a Social and Behavior Change (SBC) Lead for an anticipated USAID-funded Community Development Funds Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Malawi. This 5-year activity will be flexible and adaptable in order to improve food and nutrition security and resilience among ultra-poor and chronically vulnerable households and communities.

Program Specialist, School-Age Math

22

Specialist

PROGR02154

Full-time

Nashville, TN, USA

+1 more

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 in the area of elementary mathematics. Save the Children programming is focused on children and families for the prenatal through age ten continuum of child development and education. Program Specialists focus on elementary school-age children. Under the supervision of National Director of Education and working as a member of the state teams and in collaboration with the national program team, the Program Specialist oversees and supports program implementation, monitoring, and evaluation at assigned partner sites specifically in the area of mathematics.

Teacher, EHS

18

Headstart

TEACH02403

Full-time

Indianola, MS, 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.

Manager, Small Grants– IDEAL

18

Manager

SMALL02408

Full-time

Washington, DC

The Implementer-Led Design, Evidence, Analysis and Learning (IDEAL) activity aims to enhance the food and nutrition security of vulnerable populations through improving the design, implementation, and overall effectiveness of development and emergency food security activities funded by USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP). The Small Grants Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Small Grants Program, ensuring successful launch of the application process, review and awarding processes, sound administrative and financial management, and timely reporting. This role will provide direct support to and supervision of small grants awardees (Subrecipients), including oversight of financial and administrative compliance, and timely flow of funds to Subrecipients.

Senior Coordinator, Communications–IDEAL project

18

Senior Coordinator

SRCOO02406

Full-time

Washington, DC

Led by Save the Children, the Implementer-Led Design, Evidence, Analysis and Learning (IDEAL) activity is funded by USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP) and aims to strengthen the capacity of FFP implementing partners to design and implement effective emergency and development food security programs. The Senior Communications Coordinator will focus on internal and external communication, documentation, and socialization of activities and products of IDEAL, including the ongoing food security activities PRO-WASH, SCALE and REAL, and similar future awards. Tasks will include formatting and proofreading materials, supporting reporting on IDEAL activities as well as outreach efforts via a number of channels, including the Food Security and Nutrition (FSN) Network (www.fsnnetwork.org).

Senior Director, Workforce Learning & Engagement

17

Senior Director

SRDIR02412

Full-time

Fairfield, CT

+1 more

The primary purpose of the Senior Director, Workforce Learning and Engagement is to provide leadership to the design, implementation, facilitation and management of staff development, engagement and learning programs of the agency to enhance growth, participation and development to achieve the strategic and operational objectives of the Agency. This position also provides leadership in the area of technology assisted learning and management of the performance management process and training.

Chief Financial Officer

16

Executive

CHIEF02410

Full-time

Fairfield, CT

Based in our Fairfield, CT office, the Chief Financial Officer of Save the Children US plays a critical leadership role in the achievement of this strategy, both within the US and across the Save the Children global movement, ensuring world-class and well-coordinated financial, risk management and audit functions that contribute to excellent financial operations. The CFO is a member of the Agency’s Senior Management Team (SMT) whose mission is to help steer the overall strategy and impact of the organization.

Substitute Tutor

16

Assistant/Associate

SUBST02414

Part-time

Twentynine Palms, CA, USA

Under the indirect general supervision of the Save the Children site Coordinator and with technical assistance from the Save the Children Program Specialist, the Substitute Tutor will implement various aspects of the Literacy and Healthy Choices program components on an as needed basis and maintain good general order and conduct among the children participating in the program.

Coord, Site

16

Coordinator

COORD02413

Part-time

Twentynine Palms, CA, USA

The Site Coordinator will oversee daily implementation of all aspects of the afterschool programs including the Developing Reader and Emergent Reader Literacy Blocks, Healthy Choices, homework/math help and enrichment activities. The Site Coordinator will indirectly provide on-site supervision and support for site staff and maintain good general order and conduct among the children participating in the program. The Site Coordinator will work closely with the site Principal to address/resolve challenges to daily program operations and will be the main contact for teachers at the site for participation in student study teams as needed and recruitment of students for enrollment based on student needs. The Site Coordinator will be the main contact for the are Program Manager and Specialist.

Advisor, Advocacy & Knowledge Management

11

Advisor

ADVIS02394

Full-time

Washington, DC

The Saving Newborn Lives (SNL) Advisor for Advocacy & Knowledge Management leads the Advocacy and Knowledge Management functions of the program and serves as a technical resource for staff. The Advocacy and Knowledge Management Advisor works with the home office leadership, with SNL´s four country offices, and with working groups, alliances, and steering committees across the Save the Children federation and other key organizations that work globally to advance the newborn agenda. The SNL Advisor for Advocacy and Knowledge Management provides leadership in SNL dissemination and in the development, production, and implementation of key communications systems, tools and products, and also provides leadership and oversees the Newborn Health Knowledge Platform the Healthy Newborn Network (HNN)

Senior Director, Trustee Relations

11

Senior Director

SENIO02401

Full-time

Fairfield, CT

The Senior Director, Trustee Relations is the primary relationship manager with Save the Children US’ Chairman of the Board and Board of Trustees, and will help set the gold standard for engaging our most valued volunteers and donors. This position will sit in the Individual Philanthropy team and provide all-around support to the Board of Trustees, ensuring their service with Save the Children is as mutually rewarding as possible. This position will build a close relationship with each board member in order to fully understand their interests and networks, which will in turn leverage their full involvement with their fellow Board members and across Save the Children.

Sr Specialist, Child Protection and Psychosocial Support In Emergencies

8

Senior Specialist

SRSPE02387

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.

Coordinator, Individual Philanthropy

4

Coordinator

COORD02324

Full-time

San Francisco, CA, USA

The Individual Philanthropy Group focuses on developing relationships with major donors and prospects ($10,000 and above). The Coordinator, Individual Philanthropy plays an important role in ensuring the fast-paced team and support related to donors runs smoothly. S/he will provide all necessary administrative support to the Senior Director, Individual Philanthropy, and the Northern California team as a whole, including being a liaison with Save the Children to corporate headquarters on the East Coast. The Coordinator will have a variety of responsibilities and support different projects. This remote or telecommute position is located in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Specialist, Emergency Operations, Food Assistance

3

Specialist

SPECI02392

Full-time

Washington, DC

The Specialist, Emergency Operations, Food Assistance, manages the proposal and agreement process for Save the Children’s in-kind and cash transfer food assistance and nutrition programs funded by the UN World Food Programme (WFP). Responsibilities include overseeing the submission, tracking and approval of relevant award documentation on Save the Children US (SCUS) and Save the Children International (SCI) online award management systems for WFP awards for a discrete set of countries. The Specialist is expected to effectively manage a portfolio of medium to high risk awards (risk defined by dollar value, funding mechanism and donor requirements) from start up to close out and work closely with his/her supervisor on implementation of high risk awards in accordance with

Director, Corporate Partnerships

2

Director

DIRCO02397

Full-time

Fairfield, CT

The Corporate Partnerships team at Save the Children works with Fortune 500 companies to bring about lasting change for children living in under-served communities around the world. Under the supervision of the Associate Vice President and Senior Directors of Corporate Partnerships, this Director of Corporate Partnerships will grow & steward existing partners to create shared value – simultaneous social and business impact – in support of Save the Children’s domestic & international programs, and to support the overall goal to become a $100M annual revenue generating team by 2020 and will lead on ambitious partnerships as well as play a supervisory role for Associate Directors and Managers.

Coord, Family Service

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Headstart

COORD02370

Full-time

Ruleville, MS, USA

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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 position 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.

Associate Vice President, Education and Child Protection

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Associate Vice President

AVPED02348

Full-time

Washington, DC

The Associate Vice President for Education and Child Protection will provide leadership for SCUS’s work in Education and Child Protection. This person will set strategic direction, grow our global market position, and promote technical quality standards and delivery of results. The AVP will oversee the Education and Child Protection Business team, ensuring cross-sectoral support for the fundraising, implementation and the delivery of the strategy. In addition, this person should prioritize and foster a professional culture that celebrates and promotes diversity in all forms. Lastly, this person will be the leader in strategizing for and delivering on SCUS’s account strategy for education and protection work, especially with the US government.

Technical Lead, Yemen Systems, Health and Resiliency Project (SHARP)

21

Advisor

TECHN02391

Full-time

Yemen – Sana’a

Save the Children is seeking a Technical Lead (TL) for an anticipated three-year USAID-funded Systems, Health and Resiliency Project in Yemen. The program focuses on increasing access to and use of high quality health and nutrition services across the emergency to development spectrum by addressing identified health systems challenges. The TL will ensure a solid programmatic base for integrating health and nutrition interventions at health facility and community-based level focusing on service delivery of maternal, newborn, child health and nutrition services.

Chief of Party, Yemen Systems, Health and Resiliency Project (SHARP)

21

Chief of Party

CHIEF02390

Full-time

Yemen – Sana’a

Save the Children is seeking a Chief of Party (COP) for an anticipated three-year USAID-funded Systems, Health and Resiliency Project in Yemen. The program focuses on increasing access to and use of high quality health care services across emergency to development spectrum by addressing identified health systems challenges. This senior leadership position will provide overall strategic direction in the design, management, implementation and overall quality assurance of the project.

Advisor, Gender Equality

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Advisor

ADVIS02376

Full-time

Washington, DC

Save the Children’s Gender Equality Policy posits that a focus on gender equality is fundamental to achieving our vision for all children. Since the launch of this policy in 2017, Save the Children US has set a course for its renewed commitment to gender equality by creating a Gender Equality Team, developing a three-year strategy and launching an inter-departmental, cross-functional Gender Equality Hub to spearhead the implementation of the strategy. Working with the Associate Vice President, Gender Equality, the Vice President, International Programs, the Gender Advisor will provide leadership in ensuring the gender equality perspective is mainstreamed across all programs.

Assistant Cook

18

Headstart

ASSIS02297

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, USA

The position of Cook Assistant is one role in a large system of services provided to children and families. This position will assist in ordering, preparing, serving and documentation of the meals and snacks. It includes following menus and all phases of kitchen operations including inventory control. The position contributes to smooth flow of operations in the assigned kitchen, and to the 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 assistant may prepare foods for infants and toddlers and or preschool children following the USDA/CACFP and Head Start standards. Position may involve reassignment to various kitchens/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

Coord, Family Service

18

Headstart

COORD02298

Full-time

Alexandria, LA, USA

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.

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