WOLA recruits an Operations Assistant

The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) seeks an administrative staff person whose skills can support the operations of the organization. Applications due by May 9, 2016.

Release recruits bilingual (Russian/English) Communications Consultant

We are looking for a creative and resourceful individual to work with our organisation in order to source and produce consistent and high quality news coverage of drug policy and harm reduction-related issues for the Russian language section of Release’s online platform. Applications for the position must include a CV and a cover letter, the latter no longer than 1.5 pages, and are to be received by 5.00pm GMT on Monday May 2, 2016.

The Global Commission on Drug Policy recruits an administration officer

We are looking to hire a talented and experienced Administration Officer who will be responsible for providing administrative support services to the Secretariat members and to the Chair to promote efficient delivery of services. The applications should be sent before 4 May 2016.

The Harm Reduction Coalition recruits an Executive Director

The Executive Director acts as a principal officer of Harm Reduction Coalition and is responsible for the leadership, planning, community interface and oversight of all agency functions as defined by the mission and structure of Harm Reduction Coalition. Priority will be given to applications received on or before 29 April.

The Drug Policy Alliance recruits Deputy State Director (New York)

The Deputy State Director, New York will work with the State Director in managing and implementing advocacy and outreach strategies for our campaigns and advance DPA’s objectives that seek to broaden support for DPA’s work among existing and new audiences, including and beyond drug policy reform stakeholders.

The Drug Policy Alliance recruits Policy Manager (New York) 

The Policy Manager serves, with the State Director and the Deputy State Director of New York, in a leadership role in the New York Policy Office, developing and shaping strategy, goals, and communications efforts in New York.

Treatment Action Group recruits a Hepatitis/HIV Project Director

TAG is seeking a Director for the Hepatitis/HIV Project. This position is based in New York City, although travel for up to 1/3 of the year may be involved. To apply, please send a letter of interest, CV, three writing samples, and three references to TAG's Deputy Executive Director, Scott Morgan, at scott.morgan@treatmentactiongroup.org.

Treatment Action Group recruits an International Hepatitis/HIV Policy & Advocacy Director

TAG is seeking a Director for International Hepatitis/HIV Policy & Advocacy. This position is based in New York City, although travel for up to 1/3 of the year may be involved. Tp apply, please send a letter of interest, CV, three writing samples, and three references to TAG's Deputy Executive Director, Scott Morgan, at scott.morgan@treatmentactiongroup.org.