Three Open Positions at Third Wave!

January 13, 2011

It’s exciting times here at Third Wave Foundation, where we’ve got big changes happening and are seeking three fabulous activist-philanthropists to join our crew! As Third Wave enters the milestone of it’s 15th year, we’re looking for a few more movers and shakers who can help us empower young women, trans and gender non-conforming activists to create change in their own environments. (Edited, Feb 8 2011: thank you all for your interest. We are no longer accepting applications for these positions.)

We promise, you’ll get to meet some of the smartest, savviest and world-changing-est youth-led activist projects out there.

We are looking for:

External Relations Manager

Third Wave Foundation is seeking a dynamic individual to help manage and grow our external relations (fundraising and communications) program. A new position in the organization, the External Relations Manager will be responsible for diversifying, expanding and managing relationships with the community of people and institutions giving to the foundation.

External Relations Associate

Working under the supervision of the External Relations Manager and closely with the Executive Director, the External Relations Associate is responsible for executing administrative work and the daily operations of Third Wave’s development and communications department, including major donor relationship support, event planning, and scheduling.

Administrative Assistant

Working under the supervision of the Deputy Director, the Administrative Assistant is responsible for supporting the day to day operations of the Third Wave Foundation.

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