Yes, hardly is one post about the Great Quaker Turnover done and posted, than more openings arrive.
I’m not trying to be an employment agency here; but them who have ears to hear, let them hear.
The big one here it’s the Quaker UN Office in Geneva that’s looking for a Director, based in Geneva. If you go for hobnobbing with diplomats, this is the place. And the pay is big: about 140,000 Swiss francs per year, which at current exchange rates is over $120K (tho I hear Geneva is an expensive town to live in).
Continue reading Even More Great Quaker Turnover: Jobs Across The Pond
We mentioned briefly in our first post about this that Friends United Meeting was likely on the list for a change of leadership.
The details of that are at the FUM website (scroll down to the link to the Memo from the Executive Committee), and applications are due by September 1.
Continue reading FUM – The Great Quaker Turnover Continues
The AFSC Board has sent out a letter confirming our report of the appointment of Shan Cretin as the new General Secretary.
The letter and a brief biographical sketch are here.
Reliable sources in & around Philadelphia tell us that AFSC has picked Shan Cretin, Director of its Southern California office, as its new national General Secretary.
No announcement has been seen on the AFSC website as of late Saturday June 12, but our sources are highly credible.
Continue reading Flash: AFSC Picks Shan Cretin as New Gen Secty
Have you noticed the “Great Quaker Turnover” yet? It’s well underway.
The Great Quaker Turnover (GQT for short) is a change in top management at a number of the major Quaker organizations. Among them are AFSC, FCNL, FGC, and even Quaker House here on the doorstep of the Military machine. I hear there are others, including FUM, coming up. (Readers are invited to add to the list.)
Continue reading The “Great Quaker Turnover” Is Underway