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Get an ICT4D Job! GBI Alliance, American Institute for Research, Counterpart International

By Sabina Behague on April 17, 2012

Chief of Party, GBI Alliance: In 2010, NetHope and USAID formed the Global Broadband and Innovations (GBI) Alliance with the goal of providing leadership on a range of ICT related activities across the NetHope and USAID development portfolios. The GBI Alliance supports broadband and mobile network-enabled applications for programs such as economic growth, health, education, and agriculture. NetHope is now seeking a passionate and experience development professional to serve as Chief of Party for the GBI Alliance. The ideal candidate will provide strategic leadership and oversight to all aspects of the program and will leverage public-private partnerships to achieve program goals. S/he will act as liaison with senior-level representatives of USAID, NGOs, private sector partners, and the broader development community. More information is available here.
Senior Information and Communications Technologies Specialist: The American Institutes for Research (AIR) is one of the leading behavioral and social science research organizations in the world. AIR’s International Development Program (IDP) seeks to enhance the capacity of developing countries to improve their quality of life through education and social development. IDP is seeking a Senior ICT Specialist who will provide technical leadership and support in the building of IDP’s work in applied information and communication technologies, specifically in the fields of education, youth, and workforce development. The position is not listed on AIR’s website, but you can see more details at Devex. Application deadline is May 27.
Chief of Party: Counterpart International is seeking a Chief of Party to manage an ICT program to support civil society organizations, human rights activists, and freelance journalists worldwide. Based at Counterpart’s headquarters in Arlington, VA, the COP will be responsible for working with various stakeholders to accomplish the delivery of ICT-based services from information security firms to developing global civil society organizations. The ideal candidate will have proven experience managing large groups, a background working with civil society groups, and a thorough knowledge of ICT and media. See here for more information.

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