Nonviolence International (NI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting nonviolence. The Deputy Director works under the direct supervision of the NI Executive Director and serves primarily to support the Executive Director in his/her duties and responsibilities, as determined by the NI President and/or Board, or as necessitated by program implementation demands.
Generally speaking, the Deputy Director is responsible for the following duties:
1. Financial management
2. Human resources management,
3. Program support and development
4. Office management.
A successful Deputy Director will meet the following qualifications:
• Commitment to the promotion and development of nonviolence and conflict resolution;
• Strong oral and written communication skills;
• Minimum 2 years experience with program support and non-profit financial management;
• Proficiency and creativity using computers, Internet-based technology, and financial management software;
• Highly developed organization and time management skills;
• A bachelor’s degree in Peace and Conflict Resolution, International Affairs, Education, Communications, Business Administration, or another related field.
The following additional qualifications are highly desirable:
• Certified training in nonviolence, human rights advocacy, or similar skills;
• Experience with education, community organizing, media outreach, and/or similar work to promote nonviolence and conflict resolution;
• Professional experience in fundraising, human resources and office management;
• International work experience and foreign language proficiency;
• A graduate degree or certificate in a related field.
Compensation: This is a part-time position of 20 hours per week. Salary is
commensurate with experience. The position is based in Washington DC.
Reports to: Executive Director
Positions Reporting to this position. N/A
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