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Global Communities is an international development non-profit organization. Our mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.   Global Communities is seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation Manager to join its Program Impact & Learning team at the Headquarters in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland  The Monitoring & Evaluation Manager reports directly to the Director of Program Impact and Learning and is responsible for providing leadership, technical expertise, guidance, and support for the organization’s monitoring and evaluation function and learning systems and culture across key Global Communities technical areas.  This position provides the ongoing vision and guidance for achieving excellence in the organization’s M&E efforts and champions collaborative knowledge sharing practices throughout the organization.   The Monitoring & Evaluation Manager works to continually enhance innovation and the generation, management and use of data at local, national, and global levels to advance Global Communities’ programmatic objectives and strategic priorities.  S/he serves as the primary point person and thought leader on monitoring, evaluation, and impact and works closely with learning and knowledge management-related efforts across the organization, ensuring quality technical guidance that emphasizes the use of data and knowledge in providing feedback for decision-making and learning.   In addition, the Monitoring & Evaluation Manager functions as the M&E team leader and manager providing operational oversight of team activities and reporting.  S/he implements effective team capacity building efforts with Headquarters and field staff, and mentors teams and individuals on M&E practices, as well as creatively designs and implement Impact frameworks.     S/he also leads the design, implementation and quality assurance of M&E models, processes, and outcomes; works closely with program staff, consultants, and implementing partners to advance M&E practices and appropriate technologies that best support the organization’s strategies; ensures  program monitoring and evaluation systems efficiently capture timely, high-quality information and utilize data effectively; assists with the development and technical implementation of new projects, prepares performance management plans (PMPs), monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) plans, Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA);  plans and oversees midterm and final report processes; and provides short-term technical assistance to field programs.
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HQ - Program, Impact & Learning
US-Silver Spring
Global Communities is an international development non-profit organization. Our mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.   Global Communities is seeking a Deputy Director of Global Security at its Headquarters in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland.    In conjunction with the Director of Global Security, the Deputy Director provides security and emergency management support appropriate for the threat environment in all global locations in which the organization operates or to which staff may travel. This includes stable, post conflict, and high risk environments.   In addition, the Deputy Director shares crisis management responsibility with the Director and responds to natural and man-made disasters that impact Global Communities operations.
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Global Security
US-Silver Spring
Global Communities is an international development non-profit organization. Our mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.    Global Communities is seeking an Intern for the Spring Semester to learn about its community engagement program in Moline, Illinois. The Intern will work with a four-person team to learn how to implement, manage, and support a project that focuses on empowering the residents of the Floreciente neighborhood in Moline, Illinois to be able to access more resources to improve their quality of life. The specific objectives of the program are to: - Create an engaged, supportive and collaborative network of NGOs and policy makers that rally their collective efforts to deliver strategic programs. - Empower residents and other stakeholders to implement strategic neighborhood revitalization projects, including social services. - Facilitate economic development opportunities for small businesses and households in Floreciente by connecting them with the broader Quad Cities economy.   This is an unpaid internship and the Intern will volunteer their time according to the requirements of their university to fulfill either graduation or credit requirements.  This time will be during regular business hours at the Global Communities’ office in downtown Moline, Illinois.   The Intern will learn about all aspects of nonprofit management including programming, administration, finance, outreach, communications, and performance valuation. To facilitate this learning, the intern will assist with database and performance management, program communications and outreach to stakeholders and community members, and program reports to donors. The Intern will work closely with all staff members in the Global Communities-Moline office and participate in staff, community, and stakeholder meetings.    
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Program Management
US-Moline
Global Communities is an international development non-profit organization. Our mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.   Global Communities is seeking a Humanitarian Program Development Manager to join the Office of Humanitarian Assistance at the Headquarters in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland.     The Humanitarian Program Development Manager manages humanitarian assistance proposal efforts from inception to submission, including leading the development of program strategy and designs for USG and other donors, directing field assessments, writing technical sections, identifying and negotiating partnerships, and providing budget strategy across multiple technical sectors and geographic regions affected by emergencies. To this end, the Humanitarian Program Development Manager identifies and cultivates relationships with potential donors, partners and key personnel, as well as follows trends in technical and/or regional areas.   The successful candidate has a broad background and experience in emergency response and business development efforts with demonstrated success performing lead roles in program design and has a deep understanding of the proposal process.  
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Humanitarian Assistance
US-Silver Spring