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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 10/06 - FULL TIME AND PART TIME POSITION IN MEXICO
Fecha:Jueves, 23 de Febrero, 2006  19:39:08 (-0300)
Autor:Centro Humboldt <humboldt @...........ar>

CeHuNews 10/06
 
Full time Field Coordinator position in San Cristobal Chiapas
and part time Program Coordinator positionin Oaxaca, Mexico
 
Full application and description at www.chiapaspeacehouse.org
Questions and comments, contact info@chiapaspeacehouse.org

Please send applications and other materials to info@chiapaspeacehouse.org

1.  Field Coordinator:   Chiapas Peace House Project

Chiapas Peace House Project strives for social justice through education, network building, volunteer opportunities and support for Chiapas organizations and communities.  Our center in San Cristobal, Chiapas provides orientation, affordable housing and a space for reflection and support for activism and solidarity work in Mexico. We now can support  twelve volunteers, have an extensive weekly workshop series and have formed relationships with a broad range of organizations and communities.  In 2006-2007 we will expand our work into Oaxaca and develop programming that bridges immigration issues with our work in Mexico.

The Field Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the program in Chiapas, managing the Peace House and coordinating the volunteers.  A complete job description can be found at
www.chiapaspeacehouse.org

Application Due: March 15

Time period:  1 year commitment.  Candidates must be available to be in Chiapas by June 1st.
 
We will notify you by May 1st.

Requirements:
Fluency in Spanish and English
Experience in Latin America (Chiapas preferred)
Commitment to social justice, awareness of Chiapas conflict, neoliberal globalization, immigration issues and indigenous rights movements.
Ideal candidates will be independent, creative, flexible and motivated

Preferred Candidates:
Experience organizational development and fundraising
Teaching, workshop facilitation experience
People person, experience networking, mediating conflicts, volunteer support, writing analytical articles, communal living

Supervised by Chiapas Peace House Board of Directors

Full time, 40 hours/week

Compensation:  $200/month living expenses stipend (possible raise after 3  month evaluation), $35/month health insurance stipend, $40/month rent stipend Field Coordinator will live the Peace House (communal housing) for 3 months and then will have the option seeking other housing.  Living in Chiapas is very affordable.  $200 dollars a month will easily cover food and all basic expenses.
 Job will include travel, rugged environments,potentially dangerous  situations. Chiapas is in a state of low intensity warfare.  Applicants should be prepared for harsh and challenging conditions.

For a full description  and application please see
 www.chiapaspeacehouse.org
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2. Oaxaca Program Coordinator:   Chiapas Peace House Project

The Oaxaca Program Coordinator will be responsible for developing our program in Oaxaca, networking, establishing relationships with communities and organizations and fundraising. The long term goal of the position will be to create a center for education, exchange and solidarity work for local and international activists in Oaxaca. A complete job description can be found at www.chiapaspeacehouse.org

Application Due: March 15

Time period:  There is currently funding for this half time position for 6 months.  Part of the Oaxaca Program Coordinator's duties will be fundraising with the Board of Directors to extend and make position full time.  Ideal candidates would be able to make a  1 year commitment, but this is flexible.  Candidates must be available to be in Mexico by June 1st.   We will notify you by May 1st.

 Requirements:
 Fluency in Spanish and English
 Experience in Latin America (Oaxaca preferred)
 Commitment to social justice, awareness of Oaxaca conflict, neoliberal  globalization, immigration issues and
indigenous rights movements.
Ideal candidates will be independent, creative, flexible and motivated

Preferred Candidates:
Experience organizational development, networking and fundraising
Experience with conflict resolution, international accompaniment or Peace Studies

Supervised by Chiapas Peace House Board of Directors and Chiapas Field Coordinator

 Part time, 20 hours/week

 Compensation:  $100/month living expenses stipend, $35/month health  insurance stipend.  Stipend for housing is also available but amounts are to be determined.
 Oaxaca Program Coordinator will live in the Chiapas Peace House (communal housing) for a training period. Living in Mexico is very affordable.  $100  dollars a month will cover basic expenses, but Coordinator may also chose to take on other work (such as  teaching English classes or translating) to earn extra money.

Job will include travel, rugged environments,potentially dangerous situations. Oaxaca is in a state with many human rights abuses. Applicants should be prepared for harsh and challenging conditions.

For a full description please see www.chiapaspeacehouse.org

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Job: deputy director, public policy, the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE), U.S.
Authors: Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE)
Produced by: Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) (2006)
http://www.genderhealth.org/jobs.php?TOPIC=RSC

CHANGE seeks candidates for the position of Deputy Director, Public Policy. The Deputy Director will assist the Executive Director and other key staff in developing and carrying out CHANGE's public policy agenda.
The Deputy will represent CHANGE in meetings with policymakers, coalitions, at community meetings and in conferences, and work on a daily basis with other public policy staff to articulate and advance our agenda within and across the areas of HIV/AIDS, reproductive health and rights, and gender-based violence.

Applicants should send the following information to careers@genderhealth.org - resume, two brief writing samples illustrative  of your work, references, cover letter, and salary requirements. Please  reference Deputy Director, Public Policy in the subject line of your email.

Closing date for applications is March 1st 2006.