Careers with NDI
Careers at NDI can take you around the world. With programs in nearly 60 countries and a staff of nearly 100 nationalities, the Institute offers opportunities to grow within the organization, and to learn from the diverse experience of our international staff.
NDI's success is a result of the passion, ingenuity, and commitment of our employees worldwide. Our staff of approximately 1,200 works with people across the globe to support and strengthen democratic institutions and practices - helping citizens to monitor their elections; training youth and women to take their first political steps; and assisting parliaments, political parties and civic organizations to instill more transparency and accountability in government.
We support our staff at headquarters and in the field in growing their knowledge and dveloping the skills to be leading international development professionals. Our professional development program advances staff members' technical and managerial knowledge and skills, facilitates proefssional networking, and supports overall growth. The program includes online courses, a mentorship program, in-house training, staff lunches, and topical workshops.
If you believe, as we do, in the indispensable role that democracy plays in improving social and economic well-being and safeguarding human rights, consider a career with NDI.
Location: Washington, DC
NDI is seeking qualified engineer applicants with database skills to perform job duties that support the technical and functional administration of Infor Lawson and other systems such as BSI Tax Factory used to support Human Resources information management, Benefits and Payroll administration. This position requires skills to develop advanced reports from HR systems using Crystal Reports and will be a backup to the primary database engineer. The position is based in Washington, D.C.; non-U.S. citizens must possess work authorization that does not require employer sponsorship.
NDI has a team atmosphere where collaboration between staff and a supportive working environment are always encouraged.
— Jony Ne, Senior Program Officer, NDI Cambodia
Employer of National Service
President Obama launched Employers of National Service to recognize the valuable skills gained by the 900,000 Americans who have participated in AmeriCorps since 1994 and the 215,000 who have participated in the Peace Corps since 1961. As an Employer of National Service, NDI is committed to providing national service alumni with opportunities to apply their skills in the workplace. NDI places a premium on the type of dedicated, highly qualified, and mission-oriented potential employees exemplified by national service, so please mark the check box in our on-line employment application if you have served with the Peace Corps or Americorps.
In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all, NDI bases its employment decisions on merit, qualifications and abilities. NDI is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status or any other characteristic protected by law.