iACT is hiring!

by | Jun 26, 2019

iACT is hiring! We are looking for a rockstar Project Manager to oversee all aspects of iACT projects, including leading and providing key support for campaigns, events, and programs. iACT is looking for someone who can think big picture and build and maintain positive relationships with partners and stakeholders while executing details and ensuring goals and benchmarks are being met. The position is based in Los Angeles and will start part-time at 20 hours a week with the intention of becoming a full-time position.

iACT is a Los Angeles based international organization whose mission is to aid, empower, and extend hope to those affected by mass atrocities. In the U.S., we implement campaigns and leadership development in the U.S., iACT provides tools and training necessary to create a new culture of participation for people facing and responding to humanitarian crises. Globally, iACT believes that to create a healthier humanitarian system, displaced communities must have ownership, agency, and voice over the daily decisions, programs, and solutions that affect their lives and futures.

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Please send your resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references to Danielle Kercher at danielle@iactivism.org. Please put in the subject line: Project Manager Applicant.

iACT welcomes diversity and does not discriminate on any basis, including age, gender identity, nationality or sexual orientation. Our team consists of parents and non-parents, self-taught and degree-educated. We seek to build a culture that allows everyone to fully bring themselves to the organization. We value vulnerability, honest exchanges, and respect each other for who we are.

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to learning about you!

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