10 Jobs That Help Make the World a Better Place
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This week, we're highlighting awesome nonprofit and social good jobs. No matter what you're good at, you'll be able to use your skills to add a little extra good to the world. Want more? Check out all of our companies that are hiring on The Muse!
Development Director—Midwest & Southwest Region
Kiva, San Francisco
Kiva seeks a development director to expand its loan-raising programs in the Midwest and Southwest regions. In this role, you'll support Kiva's core operations, serve as a liaison for donors, and coordinate strategies to steward "mega-lenders" in the region, to name a few.
NPR, Washington, DC
NPR is looking to add an experienced design director to its team. In this role, you'll define the look and feel of NPR’s online presence, including creative concepts and general art direction. You'll advocate best practices for user-centered design and inspire the production of other designers' media products.
Goodwill seeks a career advisor to join its team. In this role, you'll serve as the point of contact and a main resource for people with targeted employment barriers. You'll conduct customer intakes, provide employment training, and facilitate job search workshops, to name a few.
charity: water, New York
In this role, you'll write elegant, semantic front-end code and use the latest web standards to convert static design into a graceful user experience. You'll need experience in hand-coding XHTML pages and several years of background in commercial development.
Teach for America, Kansas City
Teach For America, Kansas City seeks its next Managing Director of Development to lead a campaign to raise $17 million. In this role, you'll design a strategy for state-level funding, manage critical relationships with donors, and conduct excellent donor events, to name a few.
Harmless Harvest, San Francisco
Harmless Harvest is looking for a sourcing manager to help source organic products, develop creative packaging solutions, and develop cost-effective efficiencies. Must have a BS or BA in business administration, supply chain, or finance.
Product Development Associate
TED, New York
Do you have an interest in web development and a passion for storytelling? TED is looking for a technologically fluent manager to work with all of its internal properties to collect and define priorities, set detailed milestones, and facilitate a collaborative team that can execute them.
Heartland Alliance, Worldwide
Heartland Alliance is committed to helping educate leaders in the fields of human services and human rights. Global fellowships are available in the areas of research and clinical (public health) and can be located in Africa, Asia, Latin America, or the Middle East.
Research & Writing Machine Internship
GlobalGiving, Washington, DC
The co-founder of GlobalGiving seeks a self-proclaimed "research and writing machine" to join her team. You'll track data, facts, and citations like never before, and you'll craft clear prose into well-structured arguments.
Partner Marketing Intern
(RED), New York
(RED) is looking for a highly organized intern to work with its partner team. You'll conduct desk research of companies, compile comprehensive background memos, and assist with special event planning and marketing. Must be well-informed on pop culture.
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