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Registered Social Worker (Ref: HKP001)

OneSky (OS) is a fast-growing, high-energy global non-profit organization created in order to better the lives and the prospects for the world’s most vulnerable children through the training of trainers, direct caregiver training, and demonstration of best practices through OneSky Early learning labs. Twenty-one year ago, OneSky began work in China’s orphanages to provide nurturing responsive care, transforming the lives of hundreds of thousands of at-risk children and the caregivers who care for them. Now, OneSky is bringing our experience and proven methodology to other countries in Asia, including Hong Kong.

In late-2019 OneSky will open a Global Centre for Early Childhood Development in the heart of Sham Shui Po for vulnerable children and families. The Centre will serve as a hub of services for at-risk children and their families which includes an Early Learning Lab (ELL) for Early Childhood Development providing full-day early care and education services for children 0 to 3 years old and a Family Centre with furnished playscapes for caregivers and their children, 0-6 years old to learn and play. Underpinning the Centre is our mission to train and equip caregivers and professionals to work with children at risk using the OneSky Approach. The Centre is a training base for adults caring for children at risk to learn and observe ECCE best practices.

Job Overview
The Registered Social Worker (RSW) will support the planning and implementation of the OneSky Global Centre, focusing on the programs offered to children and their families accessing the ELL and the Family Centre. As the Centre will open in phases, the RSW will first work together with the OS Programs Team to implement the programs and services provided through the Family Centre. This includes ensuring the environment is conducive and safe for everyone who enjoys the facilities. The RSW will also coordinate a team of volunteers, student interns, and program officers to operate the programs. Finally, the RSW will also work individually with families at risk, providing on-site advice and individual counselling advice and referral services participating in Family Centre services.

Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Social Work with at least two years’ experience with child and family-related discipline, especially with ethnic minorities and new immigrants.
  • Registered social worker (RSW) in Hong Kong
  • Fluent in Cantonese and English (additional languages is desirable)
  • Based in Hong Kong
  • Knowledge of best practices for care and education of young children and child protection
  • Ability to deduce potential impacts of conditions or assess risk
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent organization skills and time management
  • Flexible, positive attitude, empathy and understanding
  • Cooperative and collaborative team member

Job Responsibilities

  • Support design and planning of program and services to target children and families
  • Manage the operation of the drop-in play sessions in the Community Drop-in Centre
  • Manage day to day situation or emergencies encountered
  • Pursue positive goal oriented relationships with families in support of strong child outcomes
  • Manage and coordinate volunteers, student interns, and program officers
  • Conduct training and model for volunteers, student interns, and program officers to provide responsive, nurturing care and ECCE best practices
  • Conduct home visits when necessary
  • Work hand-in hand with a multi-disciplinary team to provide additional support for children with learning difficulties and/or developmental delays.
  • Provide necessary support and individual counselling advice and referral services for parents and caregivers with family at risk whose children from 0-6 years old.
  • Organize special events for children and families
  • Cultivate positive relationships with other NGOs in Sham Shui Po
  • Work closely with global OneSky team members
  • Provide written reports weekly to supervisor
  • Be able to take shift work and work on weekends
  • Participate in child care conferences and parent teacher conferences where required

Start Date: Immediate
Reports to: Senior Director of Global Programs
OneSky provides its employees with competitive remuneration package.
Interested applicants please send notice of interest to Programs at programs@onesky.org.

Early Learning Lab Childcare Supervisor (Ref: HKP002)

OneSky (OS) is a fast-growing, high-energy global non-profit organization created in order to better the lives and the prospects for the world’s most vulnerable children through the training of trainers, direct caregiver training, and demonstration of best practices through OneSky Early Learning Lab. Twenty years ago, OneSky began work in China’s orphanages to provide nurturing responsive care, transforming the lives of hundreds of thousands of at-risk children and the caregivers who care for them. Now, OneSky is bringing our experience and proven methodology to other countries in Asia, including Hong Kong.

OneSky will open a Global Centre for Early Childhood Development in the heart of Sham Shui Po for vulnerable children and families. The Centre will serve as a hub of services for at-risk children and their families which includes an Early Learning Lab (ELL) that provides full-day early care and education for 112 children, 0-3 years old and a Family Centre with furnished playscapes for caregivers and their children, 0-6 years old to learn and play. The Hong Kong OneSky Global centre will be a model used to help bring to scale our early intervention practices across Asia.

Job Overview
The OneSky Centre is composed of an Early Learning Lab (ELL) serving at risk children 0-3 years old, a training centre for professionals and caregivers that teaches ECCE best practices, and a Family Centre and resource centre for families at risk in the community. The ELL Childcare Supervisor will be responsible for the operation of the ELL and help monitor and implement the OneSky (OS) programme. This will consist of supervising and supporting a team of teaching and non-teaching staff so that they can provide quality education for the young children in the Hong Kong Early Learning Lab (ELL). The ELL is a registered childcare centre serving children 0-3 years old. The ELL Childcare Supervisor will oversee 112 of children and around 30 staff. This position is based in Hong Kong.

Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education with at least six years’ experience working directly with young children
  • Registered CCW (child care worker), CCS (child care supervisor) in Hong Kong
  • Knowledge of the Reggio Emilia approach and/or emergent curriculum required
  • Fluent in English and Cantonese (additional languages skills is desirable)
  • At least six years’ experience working directly with young children
  • At least three years’ experience in an educational leadership role that involves supervision, mentoring, and coaching of staff
  • Deep knowledge of best practices for care and education of young children
  • Strong analytical and communication skills
  • Keen observation skills with the ability to apply insights into daily practice
  • Flexible and positive attitude
  • Cooperative and collaborative team member
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Values ongoing learning

Job Responsibilities

Program Quality

  • Work closely with the Director of Global Programs to design, implement and evaluate program quality of the Early Learning Lab serving children 0-6 years old.
  • Support the design and implementation of the ELL for launch in 2019.
  • Monitor program quality on a daily basis through classroom visits provide guidance promptly as needed.
  • Work cooperatively with the OS team to create and analyse assessments of program quality, child progress and staff professional growth.Day to Day

Day to Day

  • Oversee day to day operations such as coordinate scheduling, purchasing, documentation, evaluations, and conduct necessary meetings.
  • Guide staff in implementing programming in ways that are consistent with established best practices.
  • Lead the hiring of qualified certified teachers, non-certified teachers, and supporting staff for the ELL.
  • Maintain ELL environment, equipment, and materials to meet safety and health standards.
  • Work cooperatively with the OS team to create and monitor budgets.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Communications

  • Promote the OS centre and ELL to parents and visitors.
  • Communicate regularly with parents about centre operations using formal and informal methods.
  • Coordinate visits to the ELL from donors, community members, and other practitioners.
  • Support families at risk through recommendations of resources.
  • Engage in discussions with other professionals within and outside OS that advance thinking and learning.

Training

  • Training of the all ELL teachers and caregivers (professional development workshops, continuous reflective practice/ facilitate teacher reflection).
  • Read and share new research findings or practices that can be helpful to staff.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities to expand skills and knowledge.

Reporting

  • Work closely with the Director of Global Programs to design, implement and evaluate program quality of the Early Learning Lab serving children 0-6 years old.
  • Support the design and implementation of the ELL for launch in 2019.
  • Monitor program quality on a daily basis through classroom visits provide guidance promptly as needed.
  • Work cooperatively with the OS team to create and analyse assessments of program quality, child progress and staff professional growth.Day to Day

Program Quality

  • Bi-weekly written reporting to the Director of Programs about educational programming accomplishments and challenges.

Start Date: Immediate
Reports to: Senior Director of Global Programs
OneSky provides its employees with competitive remuneration package.
Interested applicants please send notice of interest to Programs at programs@onesky.org.

Early Childhood Education Specialist (Vietnam) (Ref: VNP001)

OneSky (OS) is a fast-growing, high-energy global organization created in order to better the lives and the prospects for the world’s most vulnerable children through the training of trainers, direct caregiver training, and demonstration of best practices through OneSky Model early learning centres.

In August 2017, OneSky, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Training, introduced the Migrant Model to address the education and care needs of young children as their parents labor in the factories that are bringing prosperity to the family and to Vietnam. Our first Early Learning Centre located in Da Nang’s Hoa Khanh Industrial Park was opened, serving 252 children between 6 months to 6 years. OneSky is seeking an Early Learning Centre specialist to support and supervise the quality of the learning environment and curriculum, and mentor and evaluate the performance of a team of 50 teachers. We seek a bi-lingual (English & Vietnamese), highly motivated, collaborative team member with strong leadership skills and deep knowledge of best practices in early childhood. The position is based in Da Nang.

Job Overview

The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Specialist is responsible for supervising, mentoring, coaching, assessing and supporting early education staff so they can provide quality educational for the young children in the Early Learning Center (ELC). The Specialist will build a leadership team and promote a culture of professional learning and reflective practice.

Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree (preferably Master’s degree) in one of the following: Early Childhood Education (preferred), Pedagogy, Education Management, and over ten years’ direct experience working with young children at kindergarten
  • At least three years’ hands-on direct experience teaching young children, especially infant and toddlers.
  • At least three years’ experience supervising, teaching, and mentoring adults
  • Deep knowledge of early childhood best practices for young children
  • English & Vietnamese proficiency required
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • Strong organizational and leadership skills
  • Flexible & Proactive
  • Team work: Cooperative and collaborative team member
  • Cooperative and collaborative team member

Job Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the Director of Programs to meet program objectives, including program quality and other deliverables
  • Work closely with the Core team in OneSky ELC-Da Nang to meet program objectives, including program quality and other deliverables
  • Conduct periodic direct training as well as regular on-site mentoring and teaching to promote teachers’ learning and work with young children.
  • Supervise a team of 50 teachers and staff schedules
  • Sustain the quality of the early learning centre and/or training programs through regular, hands-on support to front-line teachers.
  • Assist in program evaluation studies, such as supporting data collection and simple analysis
  • Manage and supervise a team of teachers to deliver early childhood best practices in their daily work
  • Develop and systematically apply procedures and policies to consistently sustain program quality
  • Understand the needs of multiple stakeholders (OneSky Global, OneSky Local, Government, Funders) to best facilitate communication and coordination among all parties
  • Translate curriculum and/or communication materials occasionally from Vietnamese to English, or vice versa
  • Report in writing weekly to the Director of Programs on program quality and operations
  • Report in writing to the Operation Director for DOET reporting
  • Assist to create and monitor budgets
  • Assist to generate reports to donors

Reports to: Director of Global Programs

Salary & Benefits

Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience, and includes excellent benefits.

To Apply

Please forward your cover letter and resume to careers@onesky.org and include the job title in the subject line. No calls, faxes or drop-in visitors, please.

OneSky is an equal opportunity employer.

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Early Childhood Development Trainer (Ref: HKP003)

OneSky (OS) is a fast-growing, high-energy global non-profit organization created in order to better the lives and the prospects for the world’s most vulnerable children through the training of trainers, direct caregiver training, and demonstration of best practices through OneSky Early learning labs. Twenty-one years ago, OneSky began work in China’s orphanages to provide nurturing responsive care, transforming the lives of hundreds of thousands of at-risk children and the caregivers who care for them. Now, OneSky is bringing our experience and proven methodology to other countries in Asia, including Hong Kong.

Job Overview
In late-2019 OneSky will open a Global Centre for Early Childhood Development in the heart of Sham Shui Po for vulnerable children and families. The Centre is a hub for services and training for children and families at-risk, offering childcare services 0-3 years old, a Family Centre with furnished playscapes 0-6 years old, as well as training programs for professionals and primary caregivers of vulnerable children. The OneSky training team will implement the OneSky training approach, consisting of face-to-face teaching, workplace/home visits, and continuous online learning to adult caregivers such as parents, grandparents, and professionals who have direct interaction with young children at-risk. Trainers share and model early childhood best practices, cultivate reflective practice among caregivers, and help nurture a community of learners working with children at-risk in Hong Kong. OneSky started its work in China more than two decades ago and now, we are going to continue the mission in Hong Kong for the families at risk and the communities.

Job Qualifications

  • Possess a minimum of a Higher Diploma in Early Childhood Education and at least 4 years of working directly with young children.
  • At least 1-year experience teaching and/or training adults learners, such as parents, grandparents, caregivers and/or adult learners is desired.
  • Good knowledge of best practices for care and education of young children
  • Subject expertise on children working with infants and toddlers and children at-risk is desired.
  • Strong oral presentation skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Fluent in Cantonese and English (additional languages is desirable)
  • Flexible, positive attitude, cooperative and collaborative team member

Job Responsibilities

  • Conduct training (face-to-face training, visits, and to share best practices in early care and education to adult learners who have direct interaction with young children from 0 to 6 years old.
  • Adapt the OS training materials to the local audience.
  • Work closely with the Director of Global Programs, the OS Programs Team to create and analyze and evaluate the assessments of program quality and adult learning for both in-class training and online learning.
  • Work cooperatively with the Online Learning Manager/OS team to add/contribute materials to the online platform.
  • Facilitate and respond to learners’ comments and questions in both the in-class training/workshop and the online platform.
  • Promote positive and engaging learning atmosphere for both the in-class training/workshop and online platform for learners.
  • Review and support the development of the quality programme content in response to learners’ feedback and new developments in the relevant field.
  • Keep up to date on current knowledge and best practices in the fields of child development and early education.
  • Be able to deliver training in the evenings and weekends.
  • Other duties and responsibilities that evolve as programs change.

Start Date: Immediate
Reports to: Senior Director of Global Programs
OneSky provides its employees with competitive remuneration package.
Interested applicants please send notice of interest to Programs at programs@onesky.org.

Early Learning Lab Childcare Teacher (Ref: HKP004)

About OneSky

In mid-2019 OneSky will open a Global Centre for Early Childhood Development in the heart of Sham Shui Po for vulnerable children and families. The Centre will serve as a hub of services for at-risk children and their families which includes an Early Learning Lab (ELL) providing full-day early care and education services for 112 children 0-3 years and 54 children 3-6 years old. The ELL will benefit underprivileged children ages 0-6 (with special emphasis on 0-3, where need is greatest) living in Sham Shui Po by providing an affordable, high-quality, full-day ECCE option targeting children at risk that offers local language (Cantonese) immersion, thus eliminating a key challenge for ethnic minorities and children from non-Cantonese households when they enter mainstream schools, and provides a fully inclusive learning environment (integrating children with special needs with those who are typically developing) illustrating how, when appropriately managed, inclusion can benefit all.

The ELL serves as hub for research, observation, and training to support capacity building and as a model for best practices and establishing satellite centres, in partnership with local NGOs, increasing the local capacity of trained early childhood professionals. Teachers working in the ELL become increasingly skilled users of evidence-based proven practices and serve as models and mentors for other teachers and providers. The ELL serves as inspiration to other organizations demonstrating how, when appropriately managed, inclusion can benefit all. Early workforce education will be strengthened as providers learn about evidence-based proven practices and create stimulating learning environments in other organizations.

Job Overview

The Early Learning Lab (ELL) is a registered childcare centre serving children 0-3 years old. The Childcare teacher will work with a team to provide quality education for infants and toddlers in the Hong Kong ELL. They will work closely with the OS staff to implement early childhood best practices for children at risk. This includes play based activities, primary caregiver approach and responsive care. The ELL childcare teacher will be assigned to one of the age groups based on experience in that specific age group. The ELL childcare teacher is responsible for the daily care and education of a small group of children while working cooperatively with other teachers in the classroom to provide a stimulating environment and implement an appropriate plan that promotes children’s development through play and self exploration. The ELL childcare teacher also needs to foster home-school partnership with parents to keep them update on their child’s growth and development from time to time.

There are two hiring phases, with teaching positions to start September 1st 2019 and December 2019 in Sham Shui Po. OneSky welcomes teachers of all experience levels to apply.

Job Qualifications

  • Registered Child Care Worker (CCW)
  • Possess a Higher Diploma in Early Childhood Education or higher with experience working with young children 0-3 or 3-6 years old preferred.
  • Knowledge of the Reggio Emilia approach and/or emergent curriculum is desired
  • Fluent in English and Cantonese (additional languages skills is desirable)
  • Keen observation skills with the ability to apply insights into daily practice.
  • Strong management and organizational skills, with attention to detail
  • Self motivated ongoing learner.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with others.
  • Compassionate and understanding.
  • Based in Hong Kong

Job Responsibilities:

  • Oversee a classroom of 0-3 year olds or 3-6 year olds.
  • Create a stimulating learning environment that invites children to explore and learn in a way that is appropriate for their age and stage of development.
  • Ensure daily that classrooms and outside play areas are clean and safe, without any potential hazards.
  • Observe and assess children’s developmental growth.
  • Keep track of children’s portfolios and developmental checklists and update when needed.
  • Communicate with parents regularly, sharing children’s progress and listening to parents’ concerns.
  • Hold parent conferences regularly to update them on children’s developmental progress, to listen to parents’ questions and concerns, and to plan on how to further promote development.
  • Create a well-planned management system that has a clear and appropriate daily routine, a plan for smooth transition and a set of classroom rules that support positive behavior.
  • Assist the ELL childcare supervisor to promote the program quality of the ELL, from working with other Child Care Workers on enriching teaching and learning to supporting the operational processes that allow for the smooth running of the ELL.
  • Assist the ELL childcare supervisor in key annual program activities, such as enrollment, first week of school, child promotions, child development checklist, parent-teacher meetings etc.
  • Assist the ELL childcare supervisor in the operation of programs, including scheduling, purchasing, printing etc.
  • Help lead and organize special events such as festive celebrations, graduation, projects and events.
  • Attend and participate all meetings as required.
  • Other duties and responsibilities that evolve as programs change.

Start Date: July 2019 or until position is filled.
Reports to: Early Learning Lab Childcare Supervisor
OneSky provides its employees with competitive remuneration package.
Interested applicants please send notice of interest to programs@onesky.org

Digital Media & Production Assistant (Berkeley)

OneSky is seeking a Digital Media & Production Assistant to provide technical, creative, and administrative support to a very small but dynamic international video production team. As a key component of OneSky’s Engagement Team, the Multimedia Department produces videos that champion the organization and the children we serve, raise OneSky’s profile, and build awareness of the need for quality early childhood care and education in the developing world. Through our efforts to engage with the public and our own community around these issues, we strive to ensure that all disadvantaged children receive nurturing care and education during their critical early years. The Digital Media Assistant will report directly to the Media Director and collaborate with the rest of the Engagement Team to ensure timely and effective completion and distribution of various video and engagement projects. 

Technical, Creative and Administrative responsibilities:

  • Ingest, transcode, organize, and log digital media
  • Create and maintain highly organized video projects and all associated digital assets to support editing
  • Subtitling
  • Media management across multiple editing systems
  • Equipment and software research
  • Simple motion graphics & graphics
  • Simple color correction
  • Assembly editing
  • Simple animations
  • Photo touch ups
  • Maintain master movie library
  • Transcriptions
  • Script management and maintenance 
  • Coordination of translations
  • Production and travel support
  • Distribute internally and externally videos and other media through various digital platforms
  • Scheduling

Qualifications:

  • Strong work ethic and meticulous attention to detail
  • Excellent technical abilities and fluency
  • Creativity, flexibility, initiative and humor in a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment
  • Passionate about the mission of OneSky and unlocking the hidden potential of at-risk young children
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Solid communicator
  • Resourceful and self-motivated
  • Disciplined and focused
  • Responsible, reliable, and mature 
  • A creative and imaginative love of storytelling
  • Special consideration for candidates fluent in Vietnamese, Mandarin, and / or Cantonese

Software:

  • Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, Media Encoder, After Effects, occasional use of other digital editing and media programs 
  • Mac fluent
  • Word, Excel
  • Google docs
  • Dropbox
  • Basecamp

Salary commensurate with experience. Generous benefits.

Applicants should send resume and cover letter to careers@onesky.org

Play Partner (Ref: HKP006)

OneSky (OS) is a fast-growing, high-energy global non-profit organization created in order to better the lives and the prospects for the world’s most vulnerable children through the training of trainers, direct caregiver training, and demonstration of best practices through OneSky Early learning labs. Twenty years ago, OneSky began work in China’s orphanages to provide nurturing responsive care, transforming the lives of hundreds of thousands of at-risk children and the caregivers who care for them. Now, OneSky is bringing our experience and proven methodology to other countries in Asia, including Hong Kong.

Job Overview
In order to create a positive and inclusive environment, OneSky welcomes any individual from various diverse backgrounds and a passion for working with children to apply for the position. The Play Partner will work in the Family Centre play areas by demonstrating quality adult-child interactions and early childhood best practices. They will model how to interact and enrich play through following children’s interests, asking inquiring questions, and teach parents and caregivers about responsive caregiving. The play partners will reports to the the Family Centre Social worker. This position is based in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong and begins in October.

Job Qualifications

  • Strong experience working with young children 0-6 years old
  • Studies in Early childhood education and or related disciplines required
  • Licensed ECE (CE) highly preferred
  • Fluent in Cantonese, additional language highly preferred
  • Deeply enjoys playing with young children
  • Friendly, approachable
  • Strong work ethics
  • Cooperative and collaborative team member
  • Flexible and positive attitude
  • Motivated self-learner

Job Responsibilities

  • Undergo an extensive training on the OneSky approach, child protection, and early childhood care and education best practices.
  • Will demonstrate and model evidence based early childhood best practices to parents and caregivers through play.
  • Get on the floor, be hands on, and excited to get involved with the children’s play.
  • Coordinate and promote messy and creative play.
  • Will educate adult caregivers participating at the Family Centre on the importance of play.
  • Will support the Social worker and OneSky staff in creating a safe and inclusive environment.
  • Will help answer parent questions and inquiries

To Apply:

Interested parties please submit CV to careers@onesky.org

Associate Director, Engagement

OneSky is a NGO which aims to unlock the vast hidden potential in our world’s most vulnerable young children. It is a rapidly growing global organization, with offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, Da Nang and Berkeley. We believe in the vast potential hidden in our world’s most vulnerable young children and, over the next five years, will be expanding our proven approach to help forgotten children worldwide.

We seek a highly motivated professional to serve as our Associate Director, Engagement to develop and implement innovative marketing and outreach strategies to support the charity’s awareness, understanding, engagement, and also its growth amongst key audiences. The ideal candidate is confident, personable and able to build relationships with stakeholders at all levels with excellent communication skills in both English and Chinese. He or she will be a passionate advocate for OneSky and for the welfare of our world’s most vulnerable young children. The Associate Director, Engagement will directly report to the OneSky’s Marketing Director and the Communications Director.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in the development and delivery of inspiring marketing and fundraising campaigns to drive awareness, participation and engagement
  • With an excellent design eye and strong digital skills, work across the full marketing mix, including both on and offline projects
  • Analyse campaign data and generate reports to review ROI; use research and insight to inform strategy
  • Assist global engagement team with special projects, including materials translation, as needed
  • Ensure appropriate administration of all marketing activities and constituent information in the donor database.
  • Build the content of the Chinese website and make sure all information is consistent and updated between the Chinese and the English website
  • Drive and maintain Hong Kong-focused bilingual social media pages.
  • Assist with the development and dissemination of bilingual marketing and communications in all media, including print, video, and online
  • Be a brand champion and work closely with relevant teams to ensure content and materials are always supporter-focused with messaging on-target

Qualifications

  • Minimum 5 years strong integrated marketing and campaign management experience, including email marketing and social media. Fundraising experience would be advantageous.
  • Excellent communicator who is comfortable to converse with people from all walks of life
  • Excellent oral communication skills in English and Cantonese. Mandarin a plus.
  • Skilled translator from written English to Chinese with solid related experience
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications as well as other software applications such as CRM (familiarity with Salesforce is a plus)
  • Knowledge in Photoshop or InDesign highly preferred
  • Detail oriented, able to multi task and work effectively in a fast paced, team environment
  • Resourceful, results-oriented with a positive, “can do” attitude
  • Willingness to work flexible hours; some evening and weekend work is required

Salary & Benefits:
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience, and includes excellent benefits.

To Apply:
Please forward your cover letter and resume to careers@onesky.org and include the job title in the subject line.

We are looking for translators! If you are fluent in Vietnamese or Mongolian and want some experience working with a dynamic team in an NGO setting, please get in touch by emailing careers@onesky.org