10 Jobs for People Who Want to Change the World
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This week, we’ve pulled jobs for people who are looking for incredibly meaningful work. Whether you want to help people get a good education, help them find a great job out of college, or even help give them the gift of sight, there’s bound to be a position for you.
1. Chief Academic Officer
Akilah, Kigali, Rwanda
Akilah is looking for a Chief Academic Officer to live and work in Kigali, Rwanda. In this role, you will be responsible for creating and molding a unique educational experience for women of the area, including planning the curriculum and managing a team of academic support staff.
2. Accounting Associate
People’s Prep, New York
Want to give your love of finance an extra-meaningful twist? As an Accounting Associate at People’s Prep, you’ll work hard to make sure the company’s mission of helping students make it to college (and succeed) doesn’t get deterred by state, governmental, and tax code rules and requirements.
3. Account Coordinator
EF Education First, Boston
EF Education First’s staff is all about giving people the educational experience of a lifetime, and its Account Coordinator position is no different. In this role, you will work as an ambassador of the au pair program, communicating with host families and field staff while also ensuring that any issues get solved pronto.
4. Campus Recruiter
Yext, New York
Yext is looking for a Campus Recruiter who can juggle relationships with a wide variety of colleges while also forming bonds with students through events and information sessions and helping them discover an amazing post-college career at Yext.
Bridgespan, Boston and San Francisco
If you want to help all sorts of nonprofits make even larger impacts, this role could be for you. You’ll work as a member of a case team, developing high-impact strategies and implementation plans for Bridgespan’s nonprofit clients.
6. Manager, Internal Community and Parent Support
National Center for Learning Disabilities, New York
NCLD is looking for an experienced manager to oversee its community and user support team and shepherd its website, Understood.org, as the company helps parents of children with learning disabilities to connect with content, experts, and each other. This person will be responsible for overseeing the site’s robust internal community, consisting of forums, webinars, expert chats, and more.
7. Senior Writer and Producer
Want to work for a meaningful organization that broadcasts educational television across the globe? Discovery’s Senior Writer and Producer position may be for you. In this role, you will create, write, and produce branded content and original projects for the Discovery Channel while also maintaining relationships with outside companies.
8. Corporate Product Manager
Kiva, San Francisco
Kiva’s Corporate Product Manager is responsible for creating a roadmap for Kiva’s lending products, working closely with the development team to understand the needs of Kiva’s lenders and customers and envisioning new products and features to implement in the future to help finance small business owners around the world for years to come.
9. Head of Product
Warby Parker, New York
Providing inexpensive and stylish eyewear for millions of people around the world is hard to do, but Warby Parker does it best. The company is looking for a Head of Product to lead all of its e-commerce efforts, including defining global strategy, creating an analytics team, and assessing existing e-commerce operations.
10. Associate Creative Product Manager
charity: water, New York
charity: water is looking for a dynamic Associate Creative Product Manager to help the company plan trips to the field to help bring clean drinking water to those in need. You’ll develop trip scope docs, prepare travelers for departure, manage projects with the rest of the creative team, and build helpful itineraries for future trips.
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