Drug Policy and the Andes Programme Assistant
Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) | Washington DC, US

The Operations Assistant provides administrative support within a fast-paced human rights organization working in Washington, D.C. and Latin America. This person will have initiative, excellent problem-solving skills, and great attention to detail. Ideal candidates may have an interest in operations, project management, or nonprofit administration.

Deadline: 16 April 2018


Communications Lead
Harm Reduction International| United Kingdom

Under the direct supervision of the Tanzania general coordinator, you will bring occasional support to the Kenya program and mission. You will be in charge of leading the development and design of the Tanzania training strategy, programs curricula and plans, and supporting the HR Nairobi team to build its training strategy, curricula and plan. 

Deadline: 23 April 2018


Executive Director
Penal Reform International

You will have solid experience of working strategically at senior management or executive director level and a thorough understanding of the criminal justice sector and international human rights standards. You will be an excellent communicator, able to represent the organisation effectively at a high level and build strong relationships with key strategic partners and donors. Working closely and collaboratively with the international staff team, you will be able to identify opportunities and develop new programmes for income generation and the fulfilment of PRI’s mission.


Deadline: 27 April 2018


Program Officer
Open Society Foundation

The Program Officer collaborates with other colleagues in PHP and across the Open Society Foundations to support organizations that work to increase community-driven health services for people who use drugs, and that connect harm reduction programming to larger issues of mental health, economic support, and access to justice. This position works with colleagues in in International Harm Reduction Development, with colleagues in the division of community health and criminal justice in which IHRD sits, and with colleagues across PHP and OSF. The work is multinational scope, with significant current emphasis in Asia, Africa, and Eastern Europe.

Deadline: 4 may 2018


Chargé de capitalisation programmes squat et xbt (analyse de drogues)
Médecins du Monde | France

Sous la responsabilité hiérarchique du coordinateur régional et en lien avec le coordinateur XBT et le responsable de mission squat, vous êtes en charge de l'accompagnement de la fermeture et du transfert de la mission. En collaboration avec l’éducateur spécialisé travaillant sur le programme squat, le coordinateur de la mission XBT et l’équipe bénévole, vous aurez pour responsabilité de formaliser et capitaliser l’expérience acquise par les missions squat depuis sa création.


Training and resource center coordinator
Médecins du Monde | Tanzania

Under the direct supervision of the Tanzania general coordinator, you will bring occasional support to the Kenya program and mission. You will be in charge of leading the development and design of the Tanzania training strategy, programs curricula and plans, and supporting the HR Nairobi team to build its training strategy, curricula and plan. 


Associate Policy Director
Harm Reduction Coalition | Washington DC, US

The Associate Director of Policy leads and oversees the organization’s harm reduction policy and advocacy work at the federal and state levels. Key focus areas include expanding syringe access, ending the overdose epidemic, building and mobilizing support for harm reduction, and supporting grassroots community organizing and mobilization. The Associate Director of Policy directs Harm Reduction Coalition’s federal advocacy efforts and oversees state advocacy activities to secure leadership, policies, and funding that support harm reduction...


State Advocacy Manager
Harm Reduction Coalition | Washington DC, US

The State Advocacy Manager leads Harm Reduction Coalition’s work to advance harm reduction policies in states, cultivate and support state advocates, and build state and local coalitions. Key focus areas include expanding syringe access, ending the overdose epidemic, building and mobilizing support for harm reduction, and supporting grassroots community organizing and mobilization.


Development and Events Associate
Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) | Washington DC, US

The Development and Events Associate will support SSDP’s fundraising efforts and will play a major role in engaging the SSDP community with events. The Development and Events Associate is primarily responsible for communicating with members of the Sensible Society, supporting the Development Director and Executive Director in cultivating new relationships with foundations and individual donors, and planning and executing fundraising events and the annual SSDP international conference; additional, higher-level duties will be assigned based on experience, training, 


 

Advocacy Fellow
Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)
 | Washington DC, US

SSDP’s Advocacy Fellow will advance drug policy reform by escalating and fortifying SSDP’s lobbying activities, better engaging our grassroots network, and improving the tools SSDP uses in its work. The Fellow will advise SSDP staff and student members on matters of state, local, and campus policy; maintain and improve the lobbying training program and advocacy materials for US students; represent SSDP to allied organizations and develop relationships with key allies as mentors; and work with SSDP’s public affairs consultant to develop national policy change campaigns and represent SSDP to Congress and with our allies in DC.