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Position Title Organization Location Application Deadline
2 year position as Senior Advisor Education Africa Save the Children Norway Africa 2 April 2017
Education Technical Advisor War Child UK Duhok, Iraq 4 April 2017
Program Specialist Dexis Consulting Group Washington DC 31 March 2017
Programme Officer UNESCO Bangkok Bangkok 27 March 2017
Project Coordinator – ECW (Education Cannot Wait) Save the Children Oslo, Norway 9 April 2017
Early Childhood Care and Development in Emergencies Specialist Plan International Finland Helsinki, Finland or Stockholm, Sweden. With exceptional candidate, working from other locations may be considered. 4 April 2017
Middle East Regional Representative Malala Fund Lebanon (preferred), Jordan, or Turkey 31 March 2017
Cluster/'Sector' Coordinator Save the Children Yangon, Myanmar 2 April 2017
Senior Technical Advisor, Curriculum UNESCO Kabul, Afghanistan 12 April 2017
Advisor for Vocational Education and Training People in Need Prague 15 April 2017
Education Program Manager World Vision International Amman 29 March 2017
Regional Training Coordinator (Jordan Nationals Only) - Region Middle East NRC Amman 26 March 2017
Senior Internal Auditor Education Above All Qatar 31 March 2017
Lecturer for Academic Year 2017-2018 Columbia University New York 17 April 2017
Education in Emergencies Cluster/’Sector’ Coordinator Save the Children International Myanmar 3 April 2017
Associate Project Officer UNESCO Iraq Office Baghdad - Iraq 27 March 2017
Arabic-speaking Education experts Cambridge Education Lebanon 31 March 2017