Chief Operating Officer
ARCHIVE Global seeks an experienced senior executive for the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO). Reporting to the Founder/Executive Director, the COO would serve as a key advisor to the Executive Director and provide long-term strategy to implement and scale the organizations strategic growth.
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Global Health Corps Fellowships
ARCHIVE Global seeks highly organized, motivated and detail oriented candidates with strong communication and interpersonal skills. Candidates will work as part of a decentralized team while completing their tasks in a flexible result-driven work environment. Familiarity with global health, architecture or planning would be an advantage. If you are interested in working in a stimulating and diverse environment, and have demonstrated competencies in relevant areas, we encourage you to apply.
Interns are brought on board for a period of 3 or 6 months. Starting and ending dates are flexible. These are all unpaid part-time positions and unless stated otherwise, are based in New York.
Design Internship: An undergraduate/graduate degree in Fine Arts, Graphic Design or related creative disciplines. Portfolio and/or samples required.
Communications Internship: An undergraduate/graduate degree in any discipline with impeccable writing/presentation skills. Journalism, English, Marketing preferred though not required.
Operations Internship: An undergraduate degree in any discipline with proven leadership experience and strong organizational skills.
Research Internship: An undergraduate/graduate degree in public health, economics or related fields
Development Internship: An undergraduate/graduate degree in any discipline and an interest in campaign development
Project Internship: An undergraduate/graduate degree in architecture, international development, global health or fields related to the organization’s work (position may be based in the US, UK, Haiti or Cameroon).
ARCHIVE Global is committed to diversity and encourages people of all cultural, academic and professional backgrounds to apply. Interested enthusiastic candidates should submit a letter of interest specifying the internship for which they are applying accompanied by a resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fellows will assist in creating and implementing design projects. Daily tasks will involve developing and testing graphic and online creative strategies for projects and campaigns, develop proposals and creation of diverse communications materials to support projects globally.
Qualifications: Academic training or experience in the field of architecture. Proficiency with AutoCAD, Photoshop, and/or other CAD and web/graphic design programs.
Please send resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
You can help us in many different ways. To take advantage of any of the opportunities below, send us a message with your specific volunteering idea in the Subject line. If you’re generally interested in volunteering and not yet sure how you’d like to contribute, or you have your own idea outside of our suggestions, feel free to let us know as well!
Volunteer as a Specialist
ARCHIVE is always grateful for help in specialist areas like IT and Graphics. This is a great way to use your time to help change lives.
Host an Event
ARCHIVE often needs venues for projects or presentations; could you offer us a venue?
Invite us to Talk
Request a speaker. We are looking for platforms to deliver our message and share our knowledge. Please invite us to talk to your organization.
Advocate our Work
Tell people about ARCHIVE to spread the word! You can write an article about ARCHIVE in your company’s newsletter or blog or you can share our social media channels with your friends.
Please do not see this list as exhaustive. There are numerous ways that you can help and simply talking about us is one of them!