WLF's mission is to improve the
lives of individuals across the world by
strengthening community capacity to prevent and
manage lung disease. The organization continues
to grow its programmatic and operational
expertise globally, securing critical skills
that are needed to create a world-class public
Hired in WLF's New York City headquarters and in strategic cities such as Beijing, Cairo, Delhi and Melbourne, new staff have boosted WLF's ability to monitor and implement grants globally, using a regional hub approach. For example, a mass media expert hired in Moscow also manages grants and technical assistance in Poland and Ukraine.
WLF also accepts applications for internships and work-study projects with its New York City office.
Current job openings:
The Union North America (UNA) seeks to hire an Administrative Assistant. Responsibilities include the below and more:
• Provide administrative assistance for the Bloomberg Data for Health and Road Safety Initiatives
• Execute extensive international travel planning for UNA technical staff
• Assist the Senior Grants Manager to process travel expenses
• Liaise with IT representatives, building management and external vendors
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Communications Officer, Myanmar
World Lung Foundation is seeking a Communications Officer based in Yangon, Myanmar to provide technical assistance to governments and non-governmental organizations on communication strategies and to implement WLF communication initiatives on a part-time (10hrs/week) basis. The Communications Officer will represent WLF and provide on-the-ground management of its projects and priorities. The Communications Officer will report to WLF headquarters in New York. Travel within Myanmar will be required.
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