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Are you ready to serve--again?
Encore! and UWI undertook an extensive assessment trip to India and Indonesia and, as a result, have redefined the volunteer assignment below. Flexibility and responsiveness to our host partners' priorities and needs is our primary concern. To be considered for a volunteer assignment with Encore! and UWI, be sure that your online member profile is complete and current. Qualified and interested Encore! members may submit an expression of interest, along with a resume or c.v. to: email@example.com.
Thank you so much for your interest!
Maura J. Fulton
1. Volunteer Project Assignment: ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CAPACITY-BUILDING with Yayasan Mitra Mandiri (United Way International affiliate)
Responsibilities: Volunteers will work closely with Yayasan Mitra Mandiri in Jakarta, as well as with Board members and local NGO partners, to provide skills-building training sessions and one-on-one coaching to help build organizational capacity. Key areas of focus include, but are not limited to: implementation of UWI Global Standards; strategic planning; grants management; Board governance; donor and stakeholder relations; volunteer management tools; effective reporting procedures and standardization of reporting formats.
Skills and Qualifications: Volunteers must be skilled professionals with organizational development and non-profit management experience and should possess expertise in one or more of several key areas: strategic planning; budgeting and finance; business/nonprofit management; proposal writing and reporting; board development; external and community relations; and staffing or human resources. Experience living/working in Indonesia or Malaysia, and proficiency in Bahasa Indonesian is highly preferred.
Location and TENTATIVE dates: Orientation at UWI headquarters in Alexandria, VA from 2-3 November 2006. Assignment based in Jakarta from 6 November to 1 December.
Peace Corps Encore! is not formally affiliated with Peace Corps, Crisis Corps, or the National Peace Corps Association.