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The Salzburg Global Seminar (Salzburg Global) is a non-governmental organization with offices in Salzburg, Austria and Washington, D.C. that builds knowledge, skills and networks to drive innovation and institutional change in the public interest. Focusing on complex challenges across sector and geographic boundaries, we bring global thought leaders and entrepreneurs together with young men and women who will be the game changers for the next generation. Their in-depth seminars advance problem-framing and solutions, equipping young leaders to have real impact in their subject area and transform their effectiveness in their countries and communities.
Salzburg Global seeks a Davidson Impact Fellow for our development department team in the Washington, D.C. office to assist both VP/Chief Development Officer and the Offices of the President and with individual/institutional fundraising and event management.
After working in the SGS development department, a Davidson Impact Fellow should expect to acquire the following skills and knowledge:
Nonprofit management, fundraising and development, education, international relations, public affairs
The candidate must be able to work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with rapidly shifting priorities. Candidates must also be comfortable working with people in different time zones, from diverse cultural backgrounds and at all levels of the organization, including senior executives, in a creative, but formal and professional environment, e.g. business attire is required. Enthusiasm for the global mission, exceptional organizational skills, attention to detail, and internet research are required. Experience working with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and databases preferable. Start date flexible between July and August 2015. There is a possibility for a short trip to Salzburg to meet Austrian colleagues and attend a seminar, so applicants should have willingness to travel and appropriate travel documents.