WDI is accepting applications now for a full-time, entry-level role until either this posting is removed or through 10/31/2019 (whichever occurs sooner).
The successful candidate will have a passion for international development, and have a bachelor degree in International Relations, Business, or Education PLUS must have at least one year of paid work experience coordinating the development and delivery of management training programs or coordinating professional educational programs to include arranging program logistics. Note: Experiences involving programs taught to managers abroad are aligned with WDI’s Education focus.
Additionally, the successful candidate will have experience living, studying or working abroad (preferably in a low- and middle-income country), and with their unexpired passport would be able to travel alone to international destinations once or twice annually. Superior verbal and written English communication skills are required. Experience in grant proposal writing and/or grant administration is desired, but not required. Compensation of $48K to $51K annually (commensurate with relevant work experience) will be accompanied by a generous benefits package (including paid time off, health, dental, vision, life insurance plans and retirement).