May Job List: Now Available!


English Resource Center Coordinator, English Resource Center
American Councils – Bokhtar, Tajikistan

The English Resource Center Coordinator (Coordinator) is part of a team that delivers the English Resource Center project, funded for two years by the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Dushanbe.  Based at Bokhtar State University, the Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day management of the English Resource Center, which will expand English teachers’ access to culturally appropriate English language teaching materials that employ modern English language teaching pedagogy and technology; and improve teacher teachers’ skills and ability to adapt their own curriculum to incorporate concepts and materials from the English Resource Center.

Summer Staff Positions: Global Scholar Coordinator & Facilitator
AMP Global Youth – Washington, D.C.
Join the AMP Global Youth team as a summer coordinator for our popular Global Scholar program, which prepares youth to be visionary leaders and bold changemakers around urgent global challenges. Global Scholar welcomes high school-aged students from across the US and the world. The Coordinator oversees the general running of the program, including seminars with speakers, training workshops, and student projects. The ideal candidate will also be able to facilitate conversations on global issues like poverty and climate change, as be comfortable helping students practice skills like team building and public speaking. The Coordinator will work with two of our five summer sessions, which run from late June to early August.


Academic Year Resident Director, NSLI-Y Russian Program-Various Locations (outside of the U.S.)
American Councils – Various Locations
American Councils is currently seeking a qualified Resident Director to work in Russia, Moldova, or other Russian-speaking countries on the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) program. NSLI-Y is part of a multi-agency federal initiative to increase U.S. citizens’ capacity to engage with people from around the world who speak selected critical languages. NSLI-Y is administered through a cooperative agreement between the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State and the American Councils for International Education.

Academic Exchange Specialist
Department of State – Washington D.C. 

This position is located in the South-Central Asia Programs Branch (ECA/A/E/SCA), Office of Academic Exchange Programs (ECA/A/E), Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), U.S. Department of State (DOS). As an Academic Exchange Specialist, you will initiate, develop, administer, and evaluate international academic exchange programs and other activities supporting ECA’s strategic goal to promote international understanding. Portfolio will include programs in South and Central Asia.


Foreign Language Teacher – Russian (Instructor)
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command – Monterey, CA

Serves as a Russian language teacher for Undergraduate Education, European & Latin American School at the Presidio of Monterey. The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) offers foreign language instruction in more than two dozen languages on a schedule that extends throughout the year. Courses are taught six hours per day, five days a week with the exception of federal holidays.

Senior Instructional Designer
Team Rubicon – Los Angeles, CA

The Senior Instructional Designer will leverage their experience working across multiple instructional delivery modalities such as online, mobile, virtual instructor-led training, just-in-time training, job aids and traditional in class training. This will require a curiosity for learner-focused, high impact, and targeted learning experiences with emphasis on the learning media and engaging curriculum to provide educational and professional development for our volunteers, staff and leaders. The Senior Instructional Designer will be responsible for producing practical skills-based training for volunteers who deploy on disaster operations and in support of humanitarian services locally, nationally and internationally.


Collection Management Officer
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) – Washington D.C.

As a Collection Management Officer at CIA, you will drive the collection of foreign intelligence and actively manage the two-way dialogue between U.S. intelligence consumers and the Directorate of Operations (DO). You will evaluate the foreign intelligence collected by the DO to ensure the DO is providing U.S. foreign policy and national security decision-makers with timely, accurate, clear, and concise reporting in a manner that safeguards sensitive intelligence sources and methods.

Foreign Service Consular Fellow – Various Languages
Department of State – Overseas and Domestic

The U.S. Department of State, our country’s lead foreign policy agency, provides a rich international experience. Our champions all of our strengths and diversity – personal, professional, and educational. A Limited Non-Career Appointment (LNA) in the Foreign Service is a distinctive opportunity to serve your country and can offer candidates who are considering a career in the Foreign Service first-hand insights and exploration of potential Foreign Service career paths.