Kamson Financial will design, develop and manage projects and programs that tackle the big opportunities in twenty-first-century community development and international trade premised on a health is wealth economic paradigm.
We are pushing the boundary of economic justice and building partnerships that put human rights first.
It is not what we as Kamson Financial do but rather why we are doing it and how it distinguishes us as a compassionate enterprise.
We are looking for outstanding technical, academics and professionals that consider themselves as:
Never give up
As a partner-member in Kamson Financial Solutions you will work for the common good with uncommon will.
Please join us in our efforts for creative and innovative design and implementation of strategies of international trade and community development projects that empower families by growing opportunities around the world.
Empowerment of families is also essential in ending homelessness, hunger, extreme poverty, and malnutrition around the world and in the United States.
The focus is on effective human rights in economic activities within the international trade and community development investment arenas.
We are professionals dedicated to advancing sustainable economic development capacity building and a rules-based system for global trade and community development investments.
Flexible and tele working arrangements are open for a variety of technical, academic and professional backgrounds including finance, engineering, science, technology and the humanities. You’ll draw strength from a highly collaborative and intellectually stimulating environment, and you will be part of a team that helps you succeed.
Current top down approach is the dominant system: the big guys (global business) knowing what is best for the local people (who do not have a voice or input into deciding how their civilization should evolve). The rule of law as devised to support the profit making of global business has not deterred the destruction of the environment through massive unnecessary demolition of mountains to obtain miniscule traces of metal that are simply collected to be stored with little or no practical value to humanity. Rules based on cooperative principles are more likely to bring about a higher level of aggregation of human resources and capabilities than the currently dominant rules based on principles of competition that favors jungle justice.
In advancing capacity, a logical question is: for whose benefits will those capacities that are being developed serve?