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The Director, Global Fluency Training is responsible for selling, delivering, and growing CCWA’s Global Fluency Training. Global Fluency Training is a fee-for-service cross-cultural communication training delivered to companies, organizations, and schools seeking to help their employees work more effectively across cultures. Now in its 4th year serving more than 30 clients, Global Fluency Training is the organization’s social enterprise whereby profits from trainings help support CCWA’s Global Scholars Diploma program for the region’s high school students.
1) Revenue Generation/Selling/Client Relations/Growth (60%)
2) Content Delivery/Training (25%)
3) Program Operations & Administration (15%)
Preferred Qualifications, Skills, Competencies
Apply By: July 24, 2019
Start Date: Immediately
Compensation: Based on experience
Work Hours: Standard hours with flexibility
Location: 51 Jefferson Ave, Columbus, OH 43215
Reports to: President & CEO
FSLA: Full-time, Exempt
Region: Central Ohio
Travel: Occasional, domestic
Please email a) resume (with references), b) cover letter (with potential start date), and c) salary history to: [email protected]. Please type “Director, Global Fluency Training” in the email subject line.
To apply, please email by July 24, 2019 your resume (with references), cover letter (with potential start date), and salary history.
An internship experience with the CCWA is an invaluable opportunity to be immersed in the dynamics of the professional non-profit community of central Ohio, while establishing worthwhile connections and developing a deep appreciation and knowledge for global affairs.
Internship opportunities at the Council may vary due to a constantly evolving agenda. Responsibilities depend on the prospective intern’s skills, abilities and interests and the needs of the staff members seeking their support. All positions are unpaid, but the hours are flexible and often earn course credit. The Council will consider applicants who are studying at the undergraduate collegiate level.
The Council offers three cycles for internships, each with its own deadline for applications:
To apply, send us your resume and cover letter!