If you are looking for a job and want to find one that will give you the freedom to travel and explore the world, then take a look at the following jobs.
Senior Specialist for Disaster Preparedness Training, Habitat for Humanity
In this position, you’ll be putting together resources and running trainings to prepare communities for disaster. Not only will you be on the ground making a real difference, but the job is remote, so you’ll have the freedom to construct disaster guidelines for homeowners from the comfort (and safety) of your own home.
Investigator, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
You’ll be working behind the scenes to communicate the team’s assignment and articulate the problem to be solved and actionable events. One to six nights of travel is required each month at this Washington, D.C.-based gig.
Customer Support Senior Manager, Network for Good
If you’re hesitant about leaving the office to work remotely, this job delivers a healthy middle ground. You’ll spend a majority of your time working from home, but are required to travel to the Washington D.C. headquarters at least once a quarter.
Environmental Planner, VHB
You’ll be performing environmental reviews, developing sustainability plans, and reporting on environmental and sustainability analyses — and you’ll need to be willing to travel.
Senior Advisor for Communications, Human Rights Campaign
This NYC-based position requires frequent travel (up to 30 percent of the time) as you’ll be focused on building relationships with press, influencers, and partner organizations to share the work of the Human Rights Campaign.