Job Listing Resources

Below are several useful resources for individuals looking for jobs and/or internships in the development fields. Click on each title to be taken to the organization's webpage.

Association for Women’s Rights in Development
The Association for Women’s Right In Development (AWID) is an international membership organization connecting, informing, and mobilizing people and organizations committed to achieving gender equality, sustainable development and women’s human rights. Each week a list of job openings around the world is posted on AWID’s Resource Net email digest. Click on any Resource Net issue number to view jobs posted that week. The most recent listing is at the top.

Use DEVEX to search for national and international jobs and internships within the humanitarian and development field with the help of filters such as location, experience level, sector, organization, etc. Type "internship" in the search bar and you will see a list of available internships.

DevNetJobs provides listings for international development jobs and consultancies. You have the option of paying a fee in order to acquire a DevNetJobs Value Membership, which gives you access to a wider selection of job vacancies sooner.

Foreign Policy Association Job Board
The Foreign Policy Association is a national US, nonprofit, nonpartisan, nongovernmental, educational organization founded in 1918 to educate Americans about the significant international policy issues. The Foreign Policy Association Job Board posts international internship, job and volunteer opportunities weekly. You can search the job-listing website as well as view current openings according to predefined categories.

Global Corps
Global Corps provides a forum where professionals and organizations can share information with respect to development, humanitarian and disaster relief issues. As part of their mission to provide a forum for the exchange of information, they operate the Global Corps Current Job Openings Page, however, postings are often targeted toward US applicants.

Great Non-Profits
Great Non-Profits is a great recource when searching for local non-profit organizations and associations near the city of your choice. For jobs locally, check South Bend area. The CIDP office can help initiate contact with the organization of your choice.

Idealist is a project of Action Without Borders and is a good resource for a variety of non-profit, public affairs, international jobs. You can search their Idealist Job Postings using different keywords or by location.

International Career Employment Weekly
The International Career Employment Weekly newspaper advertises over 500 current international job vacancies each week, including hundreds of international development jobs. This is a subscription service, which means that you need to pay a membership fee in order to access all of the job and internship advertisements posted on the website.  You also have an option to have the information delivered to you electronically.

JobFairGiant provides information about upcoming Career Expos, categorized lists of available jobs and career advice.

One World Network
The OneWorld Network attempts to harness the potential of the internet to promote human rights and sustainable development. As part of this mission they maintain OneWorld Jobs and Volunteering, which is a job-listing page that enables users to search for postings by region or category for jobs in human rights, environment, and sustainable development worldwide.

Opportunities in Public Affairs
Opportunities in Public Affairs is an excellent source for public affairs job openings in the Washington, DC area, particularly for public relations, government affairs, legislation, and print & broadcast journalism jobs on Capitol Hill, in nonprofits, corporations, and Federal Agencies. They also claim to post unadvertised jobs. This is a subscription service. You can view the featured job openings once you are a subscriber.

The World Bank sponsored PovertyNet is a venue for employers to post job opportunities with organizations devoted to understanding and alleviating poverty.

U.S. State Department
The U.S. State Department lists vacancies in U.N. agencies for U.S. citizens as well as general information about seeking a job with the U.N.