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International Rivers needs a Campaigns Director

13 March 2013

International Rivers is based in Berkeley, California. International Rivers
believes that healthy rivers are vital to a healthy planet, and that
people should have a voice in development decisions that affect them.

International Rivers is looking for a seasoned Campaigns Director to help
lead our work with activists, organizations and supporters around the
world to protect rivers and the rights of people who depend on them in
Africa, Asia and Latin America. The successful candidate will lead

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manage a diverse suite of programs and campaigns in support of our mission.

Who you are: You are well-versed in river and hydropower issues, and
have proven experience in planning and implementing environmental and/or
economic justice campaigns in an international context. You also have
demonstrated success in developing strategies, raising resources, and
managing budgets and personnel in support of programmatic and
organizational goals.

You are fluent in English and hopefully at least one other language, and
possess a deep knowledge of the cultures and environmental issues facing
the regions in which we work. Above all, you are passionate about human
rights and the environment, and probably have a personal river story or
two you like to tell.

Interested? Please check out the full posting

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