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[liberationtech] Various ICT4D Jobs
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Mon Sep 16 12:36:08 PDT 2013
KoBoCAT (KoBo coordinated assessment toolkit) is a partnership between
the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and the United Nations to develop
technologically based tools for data collection and analysis in
emergencies. They are looking for more programmers to join their team.
Please contact Phuong Pam at ppham at hsph.harvard.edu for more
information about how to apply.
Global Village Fruits, started by Annie Ryu (Harvard '13) develops
nutritious, delicious products from underutilized superfruits and
generates income, employment, and opportunities for farming families
in India. They are looking for student interns, and those who have
done excellent work will become paid employees after GVF closes our
first round of funding. Contact Annie atannie at globalvillagefruits.com
with any questions and/or to set up an initial meeting.
Nyaya Health is seeking a paid full-time Director of Data as a key
leader as part of the organization's Executive Team, serving as an
architect and implementer of the data strategy at a critical
early-growth stage in the organization. Learn more about the position
The Peace Corps Office of Communications is looking for a back-end
developer to join the web and marketing team. Work collaboratively on
projects from discovery and definition to the delivery of
standards-compliant, rich user experiences. Maintain a
nationally-recognized U.S. government agency website that receives
more than five million visitors annually. Work in downtown Washington,
D.C. and enjoy the many benefits of federal employment. Be a pivotal
member of our web/marketing/communications team while supporting the
unique global mission established through President Kennedy's call to
service in 1961: to promote world peace and friendship through service
to others. Apply atwww.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/351121600.
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