There are of course hundreds of sites focusing on international work, especially industry specific ones, which is why this post will simply cover some of the more useful ones.
Research & Policy
Global Think Tank Index
A list of every known policy institute in the world provided by the University of Pennsylvania.
Higher Ed Jobs
The go to source for positions in higher education.
Jobs in Europe and the EU especially. Focuses more on technical, economic, and political positions for EU citizens.
Speakers of Spanish or Portuguese will find job postings and advice for finding work using these languages.
Users can search for jobs in a specific country.
MCCD Sample Group of Employers
Maxwell’s Center for Career Development has a list or prominent organizations categorized into IGOs, U.S. Gov, Development Consulting, NGOs, and Foundations and Policy Institutes. They also refer you to a number of international resources that I didn’t necessary mention in this series of posts.
U.S. Dep. of State International Job Resources
This page lists a number of sites that I have not covered in this series of posts.
University of Michigan Directory
Continuing down the rabbit hole, here is a list of lists including NGOs, think tanks, and development orgs.
Higher Ed Jobs – International Programs & Services
A whole category dedicated to international affairs.
Yes, the infamous site. Allow up to six months to hear back on a position.
Cost of Living
Crowdsourced cost of living data comparing cities.
The 10 Least Expensive Expat Cities: Mercer Cost of Living Survey 2015
For complete information, check out the Mercer Cost of Living Survey 2015
Be the Change
Tactics and career counseling focusing specifically on global development.
General tips aimed mostly at American young professionals, but with a great deal of universal applicability.
A bit of a hippy vibe on this page, but it still has some quality advice on working overseas