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ADST Office Manager 

The Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training (ADST), a small nonprofit with a mission to capture, preserve, and share diplomatic oral histories, is hiring an office manager to join our team (Check us out at (Office Manager Position Description (PDF)  The Officer Manager is responsible for managing the administrative and membership operations of this small but growing NGO. This includes financial management, payroll, reporting taxes, and overall administrative functions, including membership accounts and relations. The 30 hour, flexible work week can be largely remote, but the office manager typically will spend on average 10-15 hrs a week in the office, with flexibility in distributing hours.  The salary range is $30-40K, depending on experience and skills.  Click here for further information.  

To apply for this position, send a resume and letter of interest to Oral History Program Assistant, Monica Johnson at by September 13, 2023. 

International Deaf Education Association (IDEA Philippines) Seeks a U.S.-Based Executive Director 

The International Deaf Education Association (IDEA Philippines) is seeking an individual to serve as a U.S.-based Executive Director. IDEA is a faith-based NGO l which works in Bohol and Leyte, Philippines. It has approximately 500 deaf children enrolled in primary and secondary school. The primary language of instruction is sign language. IDEA also provides technical/vocational training for its students and has a number of enterprises that provide employment for graduates. IDEA is supported by a U. S. 501(c)3 non-profit foundation. Information about the job responsibilities, required job qualifications, and salary may be found at:

Posted 7/21/2023 for 45 days

Off-Shore USPSC Senior Development Program Specialist

 Sean Hofmann, the EXO Frankfurt (see contact info below) is looking for support for the program office that covers Libya, based in Tunis.  
Sean D. Hofmann Regional Executive Officer Frankfurt, Germany (6 hours ahead of Washington, D.C.)  U.S. Agency for International Development Middle East Regional Platform USAID: Office: +49-69-7535-2584 Cell: +49-151-270-00678  

1. Position Title: USPSC Senior Development Program Specialist, GS-15 equivalent
2. Organizational Unit: USAID/Libya 
3. Location: Libya External Office, Tunis, Tunisia
4. Position Title and Grade of Supervisor: USAID/Libya Country Representative, FE-00
Dates: September 1, 2023 to February 31, 2024 – flexible 
See job description here.

Posted 7/20/2023

 International Foundation for Electoral Systems seeking Vice President, External Relations & Resource Development

Upon the request of Academy member Alonzo Fulgham, we are sharing with you an announcement of a job opportunity as the Vice President, External Relations & Resource Development for the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES). More information about the position can be found in the attachment.

For additional information on IFES, their mission and impact please refer to:
Warm Regards,
American Academy of Diplomacy
Posted 7/5/2023

Mentors Needed for UAA/USAID Mentoring Program

Exciting Opportunity to Invest in the Next Generation of Agency Leaders

The UAA/USAID Alumni Association Mentoring Program is a successful collaboration between UAA membership and USAID senior leaders who have championed the program. The program matches field-based foreign service officers (mentees) with alumni mentors to provide professional and career guidance. Mentors and mentees generally speak (usually via Zoom, google meet, or phone) every three weeks or monthly for an hour or so. We need more mentors to ramp up the program and address the Agency’s leadership strategy for the future. We encourage alumni to join us by contacting Denise Rollins (  and Sharon Pauling ( to express interest in participating in Cohort 13, which kicks off in the fall.  For more information please click here and visit Resources for UAA Mentors. 

Posted 6/29/2023





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