CARE is seeking a Senior Program Officer who will support the work of the constituent advocacy team and the CARE Action Network (CAN), to build a national network of volunteer advocates who lend their time and voices to the movement to end global poverty. The Program Officer joins a close-knit team of dedicated colleagues who work to influence U.S. development policies and programs that impact of millions of people with whom CARE works around the world.
CARE Is seeking to hire a Deputy Director Operations (DDO), Regional Security Manager ARMU who will be based in the CARE USA Regional Office (Bangkok, Thailand) and report to the Director, CARE Security Unit (CSU). The DDO will support all operational functions of the CSU, working closely with the Regional Security Managers (RSMs) and the CSU Director, ensuring that the CSU maintains a high operational tempo, meets its operational priorities and retains effective appropriate systems and procedures to support the same.
At CARE, we seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live with dignity and security.
CARE is seeking an Advocacy Social Media Coordinator. This position will play a critical part of the CARE USA Policy & Advocacy Department (PAD), whose role is to galvanize the social and political will needed to influence USG policymakers to adopt and fully implement policies that support the efforts of poor and marginalized people in the developing world to realize their rights and improve their lives.
CARE is seeking a Grants Management Assistant who will be responsible for the initial preparation/review, negotiation, due diligence, monitoring and modifications of donor agreements (i.e. grants and contracts) as well as the submission of regular reports. In addition, the incumbent is charged with closing out prime and sub-agreements. This position is responsible for monitoring financial reports and expenditures of current grants and contracts, and identifying trends associated with over/under expenditure and making recommendations to resolve these.