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Mon Mar 20 22:00:31 CST 2000
[ed: those of you who use the DEVJOBS list may find this message important.]
From: Carlos Ani <carlos at bangla.net>
There are now more than 1,400 members of DEVJOBS, which is a new
international mailing list for announcing jobs related to microfinance,
poverty alleviation and development work. See recent job postings below.
SCREENING OF JOB ADS.
Due to the risks of spamming and looping [autoresponders sending too much
emails to the list], we are forced to screen all job postings. Employers
may post their job ads by sending it first to the Moderator - Mr. Carlos
Ani - at
<carlos-ani at mail.com> and then the Moderator will post the ad if it meets
the following conditions:
1. The job is an international position - meaning people from various
countries may apply and compete for it.
2. The job must be connected with microfinance, poverty alleviation,
community development work, healthcare, agriculture and natural resource
management. Job ads not meeting this criterion are not permitted.
3. The job ad should be short (not more than 3 pages)
4. The ad should contain the email address of the person supposed to
receive the applications, and the deadline for accepting applications.
Also, an email address of a person who can be contacted if prospective
applicants want to get more info about the job.
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BENEFITS TO JOB-SEEKERS:
For job-seekers, the benefits of DEVJOBS are obvious. It is a free source
of valuable information. To job-seekers who are interested in inquiring
about a certain posted position or in applying for it, please write
directly to the person indicated in the job ad. Please do not just press
the "reply button. DEVJOBS will not accept any resume or any file
attachment. The OneList computer will automatically discard any file
attachment. Job-seekers are not allowed to post their resume in DEVJOBS.
Please follow these basic rules strictly.
HOW TO JOIN THE LIST:
DEVJOBS is a free service. If you want to join the DEVJOBS list, just send
a blank email to <devjobs-subscribe at onelist.com> and your email address
will be automatically included in the mailing list. As a member, you will
get the job ads in your inbox as employers post them in.
HOW TO LEAVE THE LIST:
Any subscriber may leave the DEVJOBS mailing list anytime, by sending a
blank email to <devjobs-unsubscribe at onelist.com>
SCREENING OF JOB ADS:
We are forced to screen all job ads because of many junk mails, spam emails
and autoreply emails that clutter the inbox of DEVJOBS members. Employers
should send their job ads first to the Moderator - <carlos-ani at mail.com>
OPEN TO ALL:
The DEVJOBS list membership is open. It uses the free computer facilities
of OneList, which will soon merge with eGroups.com.
DEVJOBS is our common resource in the Internet. Let us use it wisely.
Thanks for using DEVJOBS.
To subscribe, send an email to <devjobs-subscribe at onelist.com>
To leave the list, send an email to <devjobs-unsubscribe at onelist.com>
Employers may post their job ads by sending it to <carlos-ani at mail.com>
MOST RECENT JOB POSTINGS at DEVJOBS:
1. YPIS - Youth Program - contact Michelle Vivanz <mvivanz at ypis.com>
2. Carter Center - 3 positions:
Director of Institutional Development
Chief Development Officer - Health
Senior Associate Director - Direct Mail
contact Sabrina Callahan <scallah at emory.edu>
3. Katalysis - Director for Program Development - contact:
<mdierne at katalysis.org>
4. CARE - Consultants for CARE project in Zimbabwe - contact: <susan at care.ca>
5. Microfinance Network - Microfinance Governance Internship - contact:
Sahra Halpern <mfn at mfnetwork.org>
6. Latin America - 3 positions:
Program Officer - Human Rights and Civil Society, Chile
Program Officer - Education reform, Chile
Program Officer - Education reform, Mexico
contact: <rene_celaya at yahoo.com>
7. Counterpart International - Program Director -Ukraine - contact Joy
Drachman <jdrachman at counterpart.org>
8. WWB - Africa Technical Program Assistant - contact Griffen Jack
<gjack at swwb.org>
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