RI staff travel from their base in Bunj to Jamam in South Sudan, taking two cars in case one gets stuck during the many water crossings. Elie Gardner/RI
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International Opportunities

Relief International team members serve in 16 countries in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

As part of our staff, you will partner with communities facing lack of shelter, food, water, healthcare, education, and economic opportunity. You’ll work together with local residents and leaders to design and implement sustainable solutions to both the immediate and long-term challenges that fragile communities face.

If you’re ready to join our field teams, search for available positions below.

Open Positions - International Opportunities

Location

All Locations
Afghanistan
Africa
Bangladesh
France
Ghana
Global
Iran
Iraq
Jordan
Kenya
Lebanon
Myanmar/Burma
Nigeria
Pakistan
Philippines
Somalia
South Sudan
Sudan
Syria
Turkey
UK
UK - London
USA
USA - Los Angeles, CA
USA - Washington, DC
Yemen

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INTERNATIONAL

Health & Nutrition Project Manager, Maban

SOUTH SUDAN

RI is recruiting a Health & Nutrition Project Manager to manage RI’s expanded BPRM and UNHCR funded Health, Nutrition and FSL project in Maban. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a dynamic team through an expansion of RI’s Health and Nutrition project in refugee and host communities.

POSTED

INTERNATIONAL

Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Adviser

BANGLADESH

The DRR Advisor will provide technical leadership to all Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) components of an upcoming education project in Bangladesh, including the design and quality assurance of DRR interventions. The position will bring expertise in both community-based disaster risk reduction (CBDRR) and overall disaster preparedness, with a focus on the education environment. This is a full-time Bangladeshi National position for a 5 year period.

POSTED

Provide direction and management of country operations so that support functions which comprise Administration, Human Resources, Procurement, Safety and Security, Fleet management, IT are coordinated and implemented efficiently and cost-effectively to respond to program needs and provide high-quality services to staff and external stakeholders at different levels.

POSTED

INTERNATIONAL

Program Director

BANGLADESH

Reporting to and supervised by the Country Director, the Program Director oversees the coordination and administration of all aspects related to ongoing program activities in Bangladesh, including but not limited to program planning, progress monitoring, budgeting, reporting, strategic adjustment and risk management. Additionally, the Program Director will work closely with the CD for the strategic development and management of RI’s projects and improving the capacity and volume of programs. The Program Director will also be responsible for coordinating and managing unexpected events and program needs as they arise, in close collaboration with the CD and other support teams. This position will require an exceptional flexibility in job function to serve the needs of a complex program portfolio in a highly challenging implementation environment.

POSTED

INTERNATIONAL

Bangladesh Humanitarian Manager

BANGLADESH

The Humanitarian Program Manager will oversee daily program operations and coordination of all aspects of Relief International’s programming in Cox’s Bazar. He/she will collaborate with the Program Director in the ongoing implementation of projects. He/she will directly supervise RI’s technical leads: including a Health & Nutrition Program Manager; a Protection Program Manager; a Program Officer; a Disaster Risk Reduction Coordinator; and a FSL Manager. He / she will also oversee business/program development, manage the technical program managers and sector leads, and track spending and implementation to ensure quality program management. This position is based in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

POSTED

INTERNATIONAL

Regional Program Officer

JORDAN

The Middle East Regional Program Officer (RPO) will support Program Management in the region and be responsible for grants management backstopping for the Middle East portfolio. As member of the Middle East Regional Support Office (RSO), the Regional Program Officer works with the Regional Program Director to provide ongoing support to country program teams and ensure coordination with the Awards Management Unit (AMU) and other departments at the Global Support Office (GSO). The RPO will also liaise with regional and global team members to ensure that RI is accurately and promptly complying with donor requests related to reporting management.

This position will undertake key tasks and deliverables for the Middle East program portfolio, currently consisting of humanitarian and development programs in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Yemen, as required and assigned to, by the Middle East Regional Program Director. Periodic field travel will be expected, to provide direct support, gap filling, monitoring and in response to humanitarian crisis.

POSTED

INTERNATIONAL

Grants Coordinator

SUDAN

The Grants Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating proposal development and reporting with technical program managers and field staff.  Additionally, working closely with the DCD – Programs, s/he will be responsible for programmatic and financial oversight of project work plans and budgets, nurturing synergies and cross-learning within the program and support functions by providing guidance on grants management and ensuring timely narrative and financial reporting in that is compliant with donor standards.

POSTED

The Deputy Program Director (DCD), under the direct supervision of the Country Director, will be the senior leader in country for ensuring program quality and improvement in Sudan’s diverse and growing portfolio in health, nutrition, livelihoods and WASH. The DCD position provides a challenging opportunity to shape the RI portfolio and lead a dynamic team of expatriate and national staff. The successful candidate will thrive through implementing quality improvements, from data and beneficiary feedback, to a strong emphasis on innovation and novel programming.  Further, the DCD will have a unique opportunity to steward the growth of the $9 million Sudan portfolio at a time of increased need across RI’s operations in North, East Darfur and Blue Nile states.  The successful candidate will continue to professionalize systems and build the capacity of local and expatriate staff while supporting and engaging with the regional team to provide effective and holistic support to the country programs. The DCD will also develop RI’s networking capacity, engaging strategic partnership with INGOs and ensuring strong and key partnership with local organizations. This support includes field-based travel (North Darfur, East Darfur and Blue Nile) at an approximate basis of 30%.

POSTED