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CAIR Job Opportunity: Chapter Director

CAIR Job Opportunity: Chapter Director

CAIR Job Opportunity: Chapter Director
CAIR is seeking a full-time Chapter Director based in Washington, D.C.

Chapter Director: The successful candidate will be responsible for developing, coordinating and supporting CAIR’s chapters nationwide. The coordinators responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Publicize and organize new chapters in different states across the US, Communicate with existing chapters on current issues and activities, Organize training for chapter personnel, Organize chapter events/assist chapters in their events.

This position requires extensive travel on weekends.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate should have substantive (3-5 years) organizational and supervisory experience. The applicant should be a self starter with excellent oral communication skills in English. The ability to work quickly and well under pressure, along with building positive community relationships is desired. A college degree in management or related field is preferred. Must be willing to travel when required.

TO APPLY: All those interested and eligible to work in US (Citizens or proper work visa holders) are encouraged to apply in confidence via email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or by fax 202 488 0833. No phone calls please. When applying via email please ensure to write the position title of the position that you are applying for in the subject line of the email.

By Mail to
HR Department – CAIR
453 New Jersey Ave SE
Washington DC 20003

Salary Range: Based on skills and experience

CAIR is an equal opportunity employer and offers an excellent health and dental benefit plan for its full time employees.

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