Founded in 1914 by Andrew Carnegie, Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is a New York institution with global reach. For over 100 years, the Council has promoted voices for ethics in international relations education and policy. Through its Ethics Studio, the Council produces multimedia programs for television, radio, and web audiences worldwide. Its Global Ethics Network of Fellows is active in two dozen countries in Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America, and the Middle East.
Carnegie Council’s Development Department manages the organization’s individual and institutional fundraising operations.
The grant writer plays a vital role in Carnegie Council’s ongoing fundraising efforts. She/he is responsible for drafting grant documents and funding appeals, editing and monitoring senior fellows’ proposals and reports, and researching new funding opportunities. The grant writer works in collaboration with staff members across all departments and closely coordinates efforts with the executive office.
Please send your resume and cover letter, along with a short writing sample to Melissa Semeniuk with the subject title “Grant Writer Application.”