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We are looking for Team Coordinators, Development Coordinators and Education Coordinators to empower and support teams of volunteers in India and Zambia during the summer of 2020. 

In challenging environments in the global south, coordinators play a vital role by supporting volunteers, exploring international development issues and developing their teaching skills. 

Coordinators will be involved in the design and delivery of the programme from February through to June before going overseas for a 6 or 10 week placement. This is a voluntary role - training, overseas expenses and a stipend are provided. 

To apply, email a CV and cover letter to [email protected]  

We will process applications and offer interviews on a rolling basis.

The Suas International Volunteer Coordinator role is an excellent way for you to develop your leadership and teamwork skills. As a Coordinator, you’ll manage a diverse young team of volunteers, empowering them to develop their own potential within challenging environments in India or Zambia. It is a challenging and rewarding role for people from a variety of backgrounds, disciplines and work experiences.

Coordinators attend six Preparation Weekends (three of which are exclusively for coordinators) – receiving training in areas such as leadership, conflict resolution, team development, health, safety and logistics from Suas experts. You will then lead teams of Suas Volunteers on placement for eight weeks during the summer and regularly  reporting back to the Suas office in Dublin.

“It was an incredible experience. I learned so much about myself, and my ability to work with people. I feel that it has given me an edge in my chosen career; I know that I can apply the skills I gained throughout the Programme to many situations.”
Cathal Elder, Team Coordinator, Kolkata.
The role of Coordinator is an excellent way to build your skills, no matter which sector you work in. When applying for jobs in the future, having this type of experience is what sets you apart from other applicants.
Philip Regan, HR Consultant, Irish Aid and the African Development Bank.
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