2021 Salzburg Global Impact Fellowships Initiative Recruitment
Deadline: Rolling Basis
As part of their mission to challenge current and future leaders to shape a better world, Salzburg Global is seeking to engage the next generation of changemakers through our Impact Fellowships initiative. The goals of the initiative are to:
- Create a unique career development opportunity for promising individuals from around the world to build their professional experience and skill-set.
- Offer opportunities for cross-cultural learning and to develop global perspectives.
- To bring in the knowledge, skills and perspectives of a diverse group of next generation leaders into the work of Salzburg Global.
In 2020, Salzburg Global Seminar and the Nippon Foundation launched Asia Peace Innovators Forum and the Japan-India Transformative Technology Network. Respectively, these aim to:
- Promote the growth and amplify the impacts of community-driven, private, initiatives for conflict prevention, mediation, and peacebuilding across Asia; and
- Maximize the benefits of various new technologies across three related sets of challenges: health systems, accessibility, mobility, inclusion, and living and livable communities.
Participants of these network programs have met virtually during the past year and have formed small teams to design pilot projects intended to advance these objectives in their communities.
Earlier this month, teams presented their pilot concepts to a jury, and a select number of these will be awarded assistance in promoting their ideas to those who could help ensure these concepts can be realized.
Over the coming months, Salzburg Global is looking to build on the successes of the project’s first year and to recruit a new cohort of Japanese and Indian Fellows to the Japan-India Transformative Technology Network.
- Have a very good knowledge of Japan and Japanese culture. Preferably be living in Japan, or at least, have previously lived in Japan,
- Demonstrable interest in the topics of the program(s) and the mission of Salzburg Global Seminar,
- Strong communication skills, particularly in written form. Experience of writing articles and social media posts is highly desirable,
- Ability to communicate fluently in English and Japanese and to translate text from English to Japanese,
- Strong organizational and time management skills and the ability to prioritize,
- Ability to work as part of a team and build relationships with multiple different stakeholders.
- Based on the above deliverables, remuneration of USD $1000/month.
- Workplace experience and structured skill development that will increase their employability.
- Experience of working within a diverse team in an international NGO.
- Access to organizations within the Salzburg Global network of partners who may offer future employment opportunities in the nonprofit sector.
- Opportunities to learn within a collaborative and supportive workplace environment.
- Unique opportunities to access a wide variety of thought leaders within the Salzburg Global network and to learn about the topics that they are working on.
- Exposure to other cultures and development of intercultural competencies.
- Opportunities for peer learning, capacity building and mentorship.
- Access to training on workplace skills using programs such as Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
- Learning a variety of roles and responsibilities within the nonprofit sector including administration, operations, program, development and communications.
To express your interest please send the following materials to [email protected]:
- A cover letter describing your previous experience and how it relates to this project;
- A resume/CV including three contactable references.