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Bread for the World is seeking an advisor to provide leadership on global nutrition policy and to coordinate our global nutrition advocacy and outreach activities with partner organizations.
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in relevant field. A master’s degree or other post-graduate degree is preferred. Four years’ experience in U.S. advocacy, coalition and/or partnership activities. Strong knowledge of international affairs, and global health and nutrition issues. Understands and/or has worked U.S. government global health and development assistance initiatives, particularly in the context of accelerating impact.
If you are interested, please click on the link below and apply by September 4, 2020. Please be sure to upload your cover letter and resume when applying online.
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