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SIETAR USA is happy to offer a Job Board as a service to both prospective employees and organizations searching for talented interculturalists and DEIB practitioners. View current job openings across all intercultural/DEI environments and professions, including: business and industry, consulting, training, K-12 and higher education, counseling and all aspects of the media and arts.

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Get Hired: Job Opportunities

Looking for the perfect opportunity to share your ideas, gain experience in the industry, and develop your talents? Visit the SIETAR USA Job Board regularly - new positions are posted all the time! The SIETAR USA Job Board is a great venue to match your qualifications with the specific requirements of open positions in a variety of fields and find your dream job.

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Employers, here’s your opportunity to reach intercultural and DEI professionals across the USA and around the world. Find the skills, talent and experience you’re looking for in your dream candidate.

If you would like to have a job posted, please email your current open position details to our Administrative Office at [email protected], and we will manage the posting process. 

EARTHWATCH - Facilitator for Teen Teams

January 25, 2023

Location: US and International locations, depending on expedition placement
Hours: Varies per expedition; outside scheduled work hours, facilitators are on-call for the duration of the project.
Position Type: Contractor
Department: Program Delivery
Reporting to: Rachel Lubitz, Program Manager
Stipend: $100/day

Position Summary

We are seeking dynamic, flexible, and hardworking individuals to facilitate our 2023 teen teams. Facilitating one of our teen teams is an intensive yet highly rewarding experience.  Facilitators provide support to the research team by managing the additional care and supervision of our teen participants. Facilitators ensure the teens’ safety and welfare, establishing and enforcing rules/codes of conduct, contributing actively to problem-solving and troubleshooting, and implementing various recreational or educational activities; facilitators also participate on the expedition as a volunteer alongside teen participants.

For detailed Position Responsibilities, Requirements, Benefits & to Apply: Visit Earthwatch.org

AUGSBURG UNIVERSITY:
Seeking International Resident Assistant (Fellow)

November 29, 2022

Are you looking to work abroad? CGEE (Center for Global Education and Experience) is hiring in Cuernavaca! We are looking for our next International Resident Assistant (Fellow) for August 2023 through August 2024 (with the possibility of an extension). Applications are due March 15, 2023, and review will begin after that date.

The purpose of this one-year stipend fellowship is to promote a healthy living/learning environment for semester students and participants in short-term educational seminars at Augsburg CGEE in Mexico. In addition, the primary responsibilities of the fellow are to assist study abroad students (mostly coming from the U.S.A.) with medical and emotional issues and to help them develop intercultural and global competencies, as well as to assist in the operation of all educational programs. The IRA will also be expected to help produce social media that can help promote these programs.

Length and dates of this stipend fellowship position: August 15, 2023 – August 31, 2024. Strong knowledge of both Spanish and English is required.

There is a possibility of extending the fellowship for a second year with an increase of US $100/month in the stipend (US $750/month during the second year if that is agreed upon).

Resident Assistant (R.A.) Responsibilities Job Description

The purpose of this fellowship is to promote a healthy living/learning environment for semester students and participants in short-term educational seminars in Mexico. In addition, primary roles of the fellow are to assist Augsburg and other foreign students (mostly coming from the U.S.A.) with medical and emotional issues and to help them develop intercultural and global competencies, as well as to assist in the operation of all educational programs.

Application Deadline: March 15, 2023

For more details on the position responsibilities, requirements, and the stipend benefits, please visit augsburg.edu. NOTE: Application instructions for this position can be found at the bottom of that page.

EARTHWATCH - DIRECTOR OF SALES (PARENTAL LEAVE COVER)

September 29, 2022

Location: Work from anywhere in the United States. Option to work fully remote or in business office (Newton, MA). When remote, required to work from a private location over a secure network during times when handling sensitive personal information (public Wi-Fi and location not allowed when handling this type of information).
Hours:
Schedule flexible: to be determined with manager, taking into account public business hours: Mon-Fri, 9 am – 5 pm Eastern Time.
Position Type: 
Temporary: November 2022 – May 2023; Salary, Exempt; posted salary range is based on full-time employment (40 hours/week), or inquire regarding option for 80% time (32 hours/week) with proportional salary adjustment
Department:
Field Research Expeditions
Reporting to:
CEO
Direct Reports:
Expedition Advisors (2); Group Accounts Manager (1)
Salary Grade:
D(a) 4-32; $74,418 - $96,048

Position Summary

Earthwatch is seeking parental leave cover for a period of 6 months starting November 14, 2022 for the Director of Sales position. The Director leads a small team (3) who serve as front line-ambassadors for the Earthwatch brand, steward existing customers, convert new leads, and develop partnerships across a broad spectrum of organizations. The Director is responsible for executing the strategic plan to recruit paying members of the general public to book Earthwatch’s scientific expeditions around the world. This includes working with the CEO and Controller to set sales and profitability targets; leading the sales team; collaborating with the Director of Communications on lead generation, qualification, and conversion; identifying opportunities and working across departments to bring them to market. To achieve success, the Director of Sales will understand what motivates travelers and be able to tap into those needs and desires in an effective way.

For details on Position Responsibilities, Requirements, Benefits & to Apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via: https://earthwatch.org/about/jobs-internships/sales-director

EARTHWATCH - DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS

September 26, 2022

Location: Work from anywhere in the United States. Option to work remote or in business office (Newton, MA); when remote, required to work from a private location over a secure network when handling personal or other sensitive information (public Wi-Fi and location not allowed when handling this type of information)
Hours: 40 hours per week. Schedule flexible outside core hours: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday–Friday, Eastern Time
Position Type: Full-time, Exempt, Salaried
Department: Communications
Reporting to: CEO
Direct Reports: Creative Director, Multimedia and Grants Manager, and one additional staff member (TBD)
Salary Grade: D(a) 4-32 (starting offer range for external posting: $74,418–$96,048)

Position Summary

Earthwatch is seeking an experienced Director of Communications to lead our efforts to drive brand awareness, engagement, expedition bookings, and donations. The Director is responsible for developing and implementing a marketing and communications strategy to advance Earthwatch’s global mission and expand its reach. You will develop and implement an integrated marketing and communications strategy in partnership with your small but mighty team, as well as produce/manage the production of all communications collateral, including the annual Expedition Guide, website content, video, e-newsletters, blogs and feature stories, and more. To support these efforts, you will use a data-driven approach, manage a team of 3 staff, and manage the communications department budget. You will work closely with communications stakeholders across departments (e.g., Creative, Development, Sales, and Programs) to communicate Earthwatch’s mission and wide impact, while inspiring new audiences to get involved. 

For Position Responsibilities, Requirements, Benefits & to Apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via: https://earthwatch.org/about/jobs-internships/communications-director