NCDD is excited to share these three job opportunities with you all. Please read on for more information and links to the opportunities. Best of luck to those who apply!
Commission on Ca State Govt Organization & Economy - Communications and Outreach Analyst
Do you want to help promote and implement well-researched recommendations that aim to improve the lives of Californians? Come join the respected Little Hoover Commission as a Communications and Outreach Analyst in this unique opportunity where you can help make a significant impact in state government!
The Little Hoover Commission is California’s independent oversight agency. The Commission researches and investigates state government operations and policy, and makes recommendations to the Governor and Legislature to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of state government.
The new Communications and Outreach Analyst will assist in all efforts to communicate the Commission’s work to external audiences and to implement its report recommendations.
Under the supervision of the Executive Director and Deputy Executive Director, though operating with substantial independence, the Communications and Outreach Analyst will:
NCDD is excited to share the below Fellowship opportunity from Mediators Beyond Borders International! Read on for more information and how to apply.
Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI) is an impact organization that builds local skills for peace and promotes mediation worldwide. We bring together experienced volunteer mediators to improve conflict resolution capacity and support alternative approaches to expressing, negotiating, and resolving interpersonal, political, economic, social, ethnic, and religious differences.
MBBI has been engaged in training peacebuilders, supporting and facilitating a variety of local and national peace processes in regions around the world. We have done this with nimble adaptations to conditions created by the pandemic and remained focused on inclusion and adaptation. One of these processes is focused on creating space for the different factions to jointly develop a platform that can be used as part of the larger national peace process and this effort is led by MBBI’s SE Asian Representative Shadia Marhaban. MBBI is looking for a peace practitioner interested in capturing the process, learning from this initiative, and assisting in possible next steps.
Below are two opportunities to work with the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue at Simon Fraser University. Best of luck to all who apply!
Analyst, Dialogue and Engagement (APSA, Gr. 7)
The Coordinator, Dialogue and Engagement supports the SFU's Morris J. Wosk Centre (Centre for Dialogue) social enterprise, which conducts citizen and stakeholder engagement on behalf of government clients. The role manages the design and delivery of dialogue and engagement projects at the Centre for Dialogue, including the operations of the Projects Team. The Coordinator oversees the completion of major engagement deliverables and maintains infrastructure and planning tools across the Projects Team.
Bachelor's degree in Arts, Business, Communications, Social Sciences or another relevant discipline, and three years of relevant experience in consulting, public policy, planning, project management, communications, public engagement or similar fields, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Coordinator, Dialogue and Engagement, (APSA, Gr. 6)
The Coordinator, Dialogue and Engagement supports the Centre's social enterprise by helping to implement stakeholder and public dialogue engagement initiatives on behalf of government clients, as well as support other dialogue and engagement projects at SFU's Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The position is responsible for the delivery of stakeholder outreach activities, research and authoring sections of documents. The role oversees the work of students and volunteers. The Coordinator's key functions include servicing government clients through the Centre's social enterprise, supporting capacity building programming, assisting in the delivery of dialogue-based programming, and enabling collaboration between and across Centre programming.
Bachelor's degree in Arts, Business, Communications, Social Sciences or another relevant discipline, with one year of relevant experience in consulting, public policy, planning, project management, communications, public engagement or similar fields, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Check out the below recent job postings. Best of luck to all who apply!
FairField Center & Harrisonburg International Festival
The Fairfield center has been a pillar in the Shenandoah Valley since 1982 as the first mediation
center in Virginia. Fairfield Center is committed to inclusivity, equity, and the just resolution of
conflicts by empowering individuals and communities to live and work together.
The Executive Director is responsible for managing and providing leadership to:
1. staff, adjunct service providers, and Center volunteers
2. program areas and administrative operations
3. publicity, fundraising and financial management activities.
2 Job Opportunities: Program Manager, Mitigating Wildfire & Budget Coordinator at the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
The SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
The Centre uses dialogue and engagement to facilitate transformative conversations and create real-world impact for society’s most pressing challenges.
We strengthen Canadian democracy by promoting democratic values and innovation, spread best practices by providing dialogue training and tools, and help governments to engage citizens and stakeholders through our consulting services.
As a bridge between the university and community, we enable student success through the Semester in Dialogue and other experiential learning opportunities and provide a home to select initiatives run by our Dialogue Fellows and Associates.
The Centre is hiring for two job positions (Program Manager & Budget Coordinator). You can find their descriptions & links to the application below.
Program Manager, Mitigating Wildfire
Do you want to help mitigate the impact of catastrophic wildfires in British Columbia? Are you passionate about combatting climate change, protecting biodiversity, effective forestry management, and building consensus through dialogue? Are you a proactive program manager with experience in brokering partnerships and dialogue-based events? Are you excited for the opportunity to work for a globally recognized convener of dialogue, and to embody an inclusive approach to engagement across government, industry, and Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities?
If your answer to these questions is yes, then please apply now to the role of Program Manager, Mitigating Wildfire at SFU's Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue.
To view the detailed job description, and to apply, please visit the SFU Careers site:
Are you a spreadsheet genius with a knack for managing and creating financial systems and processes? As the Budget Coordinator at the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, you work within university systems to complete day-to-day functions and create efficient solutions to financial complexities that help power dialogue and engagement programming. You take a customer service approach when interacting with any stakeholder and have a high attention to detail. Your organizational skills, care and problem-solving set you apart and you are ready to join a financial team that supports a fast-paced and dynamic organization creating positive and enduring social change.
To see the detailed job posting, and to apply, please visit the SFU Careers site:
Thank you Phil Chalk for submitting these jobs, please email him with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org