SLD Job Sites
Many organizations and alums send us job postings due to a shared vision and the quality of our graduates. There are many other websites that are worth your investigation. Here are a few listings (in no particular order):
Here is the Eastern University job website for our graduates.
FHI 360, headquartered in Durham, NC, USA has various career opportunities as an organization for improving human lives.
ADVOCATES FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Some jobs posted here, but more for lawyers. Other great resources, too!
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS. A site with one of the best reputations for placement in the nonprofit field. Click here.
ONE ACRE FUND. Click here for a variety of jobs in Africa.
ACCORD Network. Click here for job listings from the US-based association of evangelical relief and development organizations.
Tearfund, this is the UK's largest Christian development organization. Click here for their jobs listing.
PANO, the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations has a job listing. Also, remember that other states may have their own association for nonprofits, such as Maryland.
Devex - Click here to go to the website and then click on "Jobs."
B Corps - Click here to go to the website of this organization that leverages business for social and environmental benefit.
PHENND. The Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development has a jobs list. (Sorry for all the resources in Philly and area, but this is our context).
RHD. Resources for Human Development. This large organization has offices in many regions. Click on the "Careers" button.
Practical Action. Jobs listed from the folks at the Schumacher Centre in the UK. Most of these jobs are located outside the United States.
ReliefWeb. A listing of international relief and development jobs.
Wiser, The social network for sustainability. This group, started by guru Paul Hawken, posts many, many jobs from all around the planet. From the website, go to "Explore" and then "Jobs."
High Impact Tourism Training (HITT). From time to time, the HITT folks look for vocational trainers in various parts of the world.