Employment Opportunities

Family Care International (FCI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safer around the world and ensuring that all people are able to enjoy their sexual and reproductive health and rights. FCI conducts advocacy at the global, regional, and country levels; builds the capacity of local partners in Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean; and develops information and training materials. FCI is headquartered in New York, with field offices in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean.

FCI is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to hiring skillful candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, marital status, sexual orientation (perceived or otherwise), disability or veteran status.

Staff Positions:

Family Care International is not accepting applications for any staff positions at this time.
 

Internships:

Family Care International (FCI) provides undergraduate and graduate/professional school students the opportunity to work on current, relevant international health issues under the close supervision of experienced professionals. FCI is currently accepting applications for the following internship positions:

Internship - Global Advocacy

FCI is seeking a graduate or undergraduate student in public administration, public health, international affairs or relevant field for a part-time, paid internship during Spring 2015. The intern would provide support to FCI's Global Advocacy program.

More details, including position duties and desired skills/qualifications, are available in this document: Internship Description - Global Advocacy

Interested candidates should send resume and letter of interest, , and mark “Internship - Global Advocacy” on subject line or envelope, to:

Family Care International
45 Broadway, Suite 320
New York, NY 10006
Fax: 212-941-5563
E-mail: fcijobs (at) fcimail (dot) org

No telephone inquiries, please

Work-Study Internship — Latin America/Caribbean Program

FCI’s program in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is currently seeking a self-motivated student in public health, international affairs, or other relevant field, with excellent knowledge of Spanish, for a part-time internship position. This position is available on a non-paid basis provided that applicant is pursuing academic credit for this work-study internship. The intern will work on a part-time basis (2-3 days per week) in FCI's headquarters office in New York City. Through this work, the intern will be exposed to a broad range of issues in the field of global reproductive and maternal health, will perform research and draft reports, and will gain an understanding of the essential programmatic and business functions of an international non-governmental organization.

More details, including position duties and desired skills/qualifications, are available in this document: Position description—LAC Intern.

Interested candidates should email resume and letter of interest, and mark “Work Study Internship – LAC” on subject line, to fcijobs (at) fcimail (dot) org.

NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE

Work-Study Internship —
Francophone Africa Program

FCI’s program in Francophone Africa is currently seeking a self-motivated student in public health, international affairs, or other relevant field, with excellent knowledge of French, for a part-time internship position. This position is available on a non-paid basis provided that applicant is pursuing academic credit for this work-study internship. The intern will work on a part-time basis (8-10 hours  minimum per week) in FCI's headquarters office in New York City, participating actively in a variety of fundraising, research, and administrative projects. Through this work, the intern will be exposed to a broad range of current issues in the field of fundraising in the global reproductive and maternal health domain, will perform research and draft reports, and will gain an understanding of the essential business functions of an international non-governmental organization.

More details, including position duties and desired skills/qualifications, are available in this document: Position description—Francophone Africa Intern.

Interested candidates should email resume and letter of interest, and mark “Work Study Internship – Francophone Africa” on subject line, to fcijobs (at) fcimail (dot) org.

NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE

 

FCI also accepts applications for future consideration should other internship positions become available. The following position descriptions outline the duties and required qualifications for interns at FCI:

Internships - Regional and Global Programs

Family Care International (FCI) provides undergraduate, graduate/professional school students the opportunity to work on current, relevant, international health issues under the close supervision of experienced professionals. FCI hires one or more interns throughout the year. Please visit individual regional or program pages for information on past and ongoing projects.

Note: FCI does not send interns on overseas assignments.

Responsibilities and job requirements for the position vary. More details are available in this document: Internship description: Program Intern

Interested candidates should send resume and letter of interest, , and mark “Program Intern” on subject line or envelope, to:

Family Care International
45 Broadway, Suite 320
New York, NY 10006
Fax: 212-941-5563
E-mail: fcijobs (at) fcimail (dot) org

No telephone inquiries, please.

Internships - General Office/Clerical

Office/clerical interns provide support to Administration, Development, Communications, Human Resources and Finance as needed, and typically report to the Office Manager.

Responsibilities and job requirements for the position vary. More details are available in this document:

Internship Description: Office/Clerical Intern

Interested candidates should send resume and letter of interest, and mark “Office/Clerical Intern” on subject line or envelope, to:

Family Care International
45 Broadway, Suite 320
New York, NY 10006
Fax: 212-941-5563
E-mail: fcijobs (at) fcimail (dot) org

No telephone inquiries, please.

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