Thank you for your interest in working with Aga Khan Foundation. The Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. supports this website for outreach and awareness raising within the United States. PartnershipsInAction is an initiative of Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. and its network of volunteers in communities across America. Additional information about the Foundation as an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network can be found on www.akdn.org/usa.
AKF USA Fellowship Program
The AKF USA Fellowship offers a unique two-year experience that combines consecutive placements at AKF USA and an overseas AKDN office. The first placement of 11 months will be spent in Washington, D.C. working with either the Programs, Impact Investing, or Communications teams. For the second placement of 12 months, fellows will be matched up with an AKDN office in Asia or Africa to spend a significant portion of their time on monitoring, evaluation and reporting to maximize exposure to different aspects of international development work. Together, the full program offers diverse opportunities to acquire first-hand knowledge on a range of global development issues and activities and to gain invaluable international experience working alongside AKDN professionals and beneficiaries.
Recruitment for the next cohort will commence in late Winter/early Spring 2015. Please check this page frequently for updates on exact dates. Additional information on the program is available in the AKF USA Fellowship Program handout, click here to download.
Chief Executive Officer
The Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. is seeking a Chief Executive Officer. S/he is responsible to the National Committee for the management of the unit and day-to-day implementation of its affairs in accordance with the strategy/policies/procedures established by the AKF Board and refined for the local context by the National Committee. Specifically, the Chief Executive Officer's primary functions covers eight areas: 1. Assistance to the National Committee in Planning and Policy Development; 2. Program Development and Implementation; 3. Properties; 4. Financial Management and Control; 5. Communications and External Relations; 6. Resource Development; 7. Liaison with AKF Geneva; 8. Administration. Please click here for a full job description and information on how to apply.
The Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. is seeking an executive assistant. This role provides support to the CEO, including handling information requests, conducting general research, and performing clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings. Serves as liaison with management team and National Committee (Board level) and handles logistical arrangements during National Committee and other meetings. Click here for a full job description and information on how to apply.
Research Consultant for the Client Satisfaction Survey
The Premiere Agence de Microfinance Mali (PAMF Mali) is a microfinance institution establish in Mali in 2006 which aims to affect demonstrable, measurable, and lasting improvement in the quality of life of its clients by delivering appropriate financial services. PAMF Mali offers a wide range of credit and deposit services to poor and low-income people in the Mopti Region of Mali. For more information on the program, evaluation details, qualifications, and how to apply, please click here.
Food for Progress III - Mali Midterm Evaluation, Consultant
The Aga Khan Foundation West Africa and Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. are seeking evaluation team the United States Department of Agriculture Food for Progress in Mopti, Mali. The midterm evaluation will assess the progress to date of the current phase of the program, in order to identify any changes that need to be made to program work planning and implementation to ensure that the program achieves the desired outcomes. The evaluation will also examine what and how anticipated and unanticipated variables are affecting the program delivery and implementation as well as suggest course correction strategies to meet overall objectives. Finally, the evaluation will document lessons learned as well as provide recommendations, with a view towards relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability. For more information on the program, evaluation details, qualifications, and how to apply, please click here.
Investment Officer-Consultant, Impact Investing
The Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. is seeking to hire a full-time Consultant to provide technical input on and support for investment development and execution for the entire investment cycle (from sourcing to monitoring) for both large- and small-scale investments. The Consultant will lead on specific transactions based on the applicant’s experience and competencies. They will be expected to work with the Impact Investing, Programs, and Communications teams on business development, relationship management and communications. Additional projects that may be a part of the Consultant’s portfolio include building out financial and social metrics systems for the AKF USA Mission Related Investment (MRI) Portfolio, field-based capacity building for new small and medium enterprise (SME) initiatives, and other opportunities as they develop. The Consultant should have a strong familiarity with the investment process, investor materials (e.g., business plans, financial models, teasers, slide decks), and working effectively across multiple teams in a multicultural environment. The Consultant should be comfortable with a flexible role that will evolve over time. Click here for a full job description and information on how to apply.