Special Assistant-All Cities Worldwide
Our Special Assistants are intern-volunteers who support our advocacy of special services to important government officials. The services will make it possible for foreign policymakers, negotiators and all other key officials to produce unprecedented major breakthroughs in all security and humanitarian related challenges.
Our world is far more dangerous today than at any other time in history. There are many ongoing conflicts where millions have died while millions more have suffered and become refugees. There are nine nuclear armed states.
Two of those states are led by dysfunctional and dangerous leaders. There are governments with biological and chemical weapons. There are terrorists seeking all types of Weapons of Mass Destruction including those nuclear. Could we have another 9-11 or Mumbai attack with terrorists using WMDs? It is possible!
When serious challenges are numerous, complex and threaten many millions of people, it is critically important and urgent that those who are committed to resolving them are extremely effective.
Unfortunately it is more than obvious that government problem solvers are nowhere close to being sufficiently effective in preventing or resolving our national, regional and global threats as well as the and massive humanitarian problems we see around the world.
Whatever the challenge may be, they all have one thing in common. The problem solvers do not have the ability to see, recognize or identify what it will take to successfully resolve their challenges. This shortfall in conscious awareness is common to all human beings. Seven billion people are at risk because of this inability to identify what is missing in their policies, strategies or in their negotiations.
During the last three decades innovative consulting and training services were developed in the private/corporate sector that dramatically expands conscious awareness. Clients using these services become able to identify what is undermining their efforts to successfully prevent or resolve their challenges.
Another feature is that they expand communication capabilities making it possible to get effectively on the same channel and to influence difficult adversaries and allies to cooperate.
The use of these services will support negotiators in recognizing that there is always more than one valid interpretation of the words and actions of allies and adversaries.
They will be able to recognize that any pre-existing bias or negative view points they may have with negotiating partners will undermine their results.
Policymakers will be able identify the damaging impact of their government’s past misdeeds on present day relations, behavior and negotiations.
Our organization’s overriding advocacy and commitment is to support officials to utilize these services. This will overall make it possible for them to produce results they can only dream of currently.
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Our Highest Priorities
1-Supporting unprecedented breakthroughs in eliminating the pursuit of Weapons of Mass Destruction by non-state actors such as Al Qaeda, their affiliates and by current Non-WMD states such as Iran.
2-Creating unprecedented new levels of cooperation between nuclear armed states
3- The prevention and resolution of armed conflicts and terrorism.
4- Reducing the abuse of human rights and trafficking in people and weapons.
Currently there are many high ranking officials in various governments exploring the use of these breakthrough services with us. We have been assisted in our advocacy by famous negotiators Senator George Mitchell the Former US Envoy for Middle East Peace and Former UN Under-Secretary-General Giandomenico Picco.
Typical Volunteer Tasks
1-To establish initial OIC official relations for our advocacy, intern-volunteers make calls to mid-level and high level officials of governments and multi-lateral institutions worldwide.
They are officials working at the US State Department, Foreign Ministries, Defense Departments, National Security Councils, Intelligence agencies, Embassies, UN, EU, AU and other officials.
2-To pursue high profile OIC members intern-volunteers make calls to noted members of other NGOs focused on global issues to develop their interest in our work. This is also a critical task because we need their advice, contacts and financial support.
3-As a secondary but necessary task intern-volunteers post our positions on university job-sites worldwide.
4-Third level tasks involve writing for our social media platforms and occasional research.
Special Assistants are asked to work 5-7 hours per week but can work more if available. The position is very flexible and hours can be a combination of days, nights and/or weekends. There are also no limits on how long one can work with us.
The position is available in all cities worldwide. OIC has been an all volunteer, non-profit organization since 1984.
Note: We do not send anyone to other locations. We do not pay for any volunteer expenses. However, there rarely are any expenses.
Extensive international relations training or experience is not required. Compassion for mankind and a crusader-like attitude is absolutely required. Do not apply if your motivation is not compassion and being a part of global solutions.
We need several people at this time so do not delay in contacting us and be sure that you are easy to reach.
Those not responding to our voice mail or e-mail messages expeditiously will not be accepted.
Candidates must be passionate about being part of our project and the pursuit of breakthroughs in peace and cooperation. All other requirements are discussed when you contact us.
Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Please include your name, country, telephone no. and Skype user name in the body the e-mail.