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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


All Locations
South Sudan
UK - London
USA - Los Angeles, CA
USA - Washington, DC

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WASH Technical Manager


The WASH Technical Manager will manage the overall Country WASH program implementation funded by multiple donors in South Sudan.  S/he will initiate and contribute to the development of RI’s WASH program, which is a constitutive part of the country strategy, and subsequently manage its implementation. The position is based in Juba – South Sudan with regular travel to RI-WASH program sites and other program sites where it needed. Candidate must be able to work in an austere environment and have the capacity and experience to effectively build and develop the project team.



Access and Safety Manager


The Access and Safety Manager (ASM) reports to the Country Director through the Deputy Country Director (Operations), with technical reporting to, and liaison with, the Regional Safety & Security Manager. He will take on a rigorous leadership role in country, being responsible for planning, coordinating, overseeing and advising on safety and security management. In addition, he will be responsible for ensuring that the Security Risk Assessment and the Country Security Plan updated, and that reports are compiled accurately and submitted to the Country Director timely, while representing the organization in various security coordination fora. The position is based in Juba, South Sudan but demands substantial travel within South Sudan, with more time being spent in Maban.


The purpose of the SQUEAC assessment is to assess the coverage of the nutrition program, investigate indicators related to coverage and program quality. The survey is expected to identify key factors affecting the uptake of Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) services in target areas of coverage based on which specific recommendations are made.

Objectives of the coverage survey

The main objective of this assignment is to evaluate access and coverage of the Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) program using SQUEAC methodology in Abu Jabra Locality and Abusinidira in El‐Ferdous locality in East Darfur State.

 Specific objectives

  • To develop the skills of key nutrition staff in conducting access and coverage survey using Semi Qualitative Evaluation of Access and Coverage (SQUEAC) methodology.
  • Conduct a review of recommendations from previous coverage assessments conducted to examine the extent of implementation.
  • Utilizing available routine program data, and other anecdotal data, identify areas of probable low and high coverage and reasons for coverage failure.
  • Confirm the location of areas of high and low coverage and the factors affecting coverage failure identified.
  • Map out program single Coverage estimate for the targeted areas.
  • To conduct a community assessment to understand dynamics and its impact on the access to care and the coverage of OTP services in the targeted areas.
  • In collaboration with the RI Sudan team, develop specific recommendations to improve acceptance and coverage of the Nutrition program.

RI has a solid WoS program with over 380 direct staff and approximately 1500 indirect staff working across three main thematic sectors of intervention in Health, Protection and WASH.

The Advocacy and Communications Manager WoS supports the Country Director and the Senior Management Team to design and implement RI’s Advocacy and Comms Strategy for WoS, which aligns with the needs of Syrian population and RI’s Country Program Strategy and Core Competencies.

The Advocacy and Communications Manager represents RI at the INGO Advocacy Working Group and at any other forms and working groups as deemed necessary. She/he will work closely with WoS Program Advisers, Hub Team Leaders and the MEAL unit to gather, analyze and develop entry points and evidence-based advocacy products, reflecting on needs of conflict affected population and in accordance with IHL and IHRL.


The Advocacy and Communications Manager will also coordinate with the Communications team at Headquarter level for any global Comms initiative and media requests to build momentum and interest on the needs of Syrian affected population. She/he will oversee developing communications and visibility materials of programme activities.


The Regional HR Manager (RHRM) provides professional guidance and support to Relief International’s country operations within the Middle East Region.

The RHRM provides high quality HR support and oversight to RI in the Middle East. Ensuring that RI’s human resource management strategy and functions are carried out effectively across the region, including, labour law compliance; compensation design, analysis and implementation, employee relations, learning and development; performance management and recruitment.


The RHRM directly oversees the Senior Regional HR Officer and technically supervises the Country HR Managers in the Middle East (Yemen, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey). The position has a direct reporting line to ME Regional Director and a Technical reporting line to the VP of Human Resources.


The Compliance, Partnership and operations Manager (CPOM) will report to the COP with technical reporting line to the WoS Grants Manager. The position will have a key role in the implementation of a multimillion dollars health grant. The CPOM will work closely with PHAST project management team (PMT) as well as RI’s and implementing partners’ NWS Program, Finance, Operations, and other departments to support implementation and management of the sub-grant with the implementing partner(s), while also supporting RI in building and maintaining robust partnership practices. The CPOM is involved in developing and embedding best practices to comply with donor financial, procurement and compliance rules, monitoring and providing management information on key risks, contributing to the implementation of improved financial, procurement and program management systems and processes to facilitate better donor reporting and compliance.


As a part of PHAST PMT, the position will maintain collaborative/coordination linkages with RI and its implementing partner’s focal points in Turkey (M&E, finance, Safety and Security, HR, operations, Management, Protection, etc.) and RI WoS for various functions.



Program Director


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.



Health Program Manager


Relief International Myanmar is delivering a suite of humanitarian and health systems strengthening programs across our operational areas, the largest being in Rakhine and Shan States to respond to the humanitarian crisis and to sow the seeds of early recovery.  Projects include working in IDP camps and host communities in WASH, Health, and Protection (Child Protection, GBV, and MHPSS); as well as NFI distributions to newly displaced IDPs, early livelihoods recovery and emergency preparedness planning with conflict-affected communities.

The Health Program Manager will provide technical and management oversight for the implementation of all Rakhine health programming across the field offices, acting as the central point for coordination, planning, delivery and monitoring. This role requires excellent liaison and coordination with sectoral Program managers (WASH, Protection, Early Recovery, and Emergency Preparedness) field, regional, HQ technical staff and partners. The Health Program Manager will represent, share information and advocate for Relief International at donor and inter-agency meetings in Rakhine and also at national level, when required.