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

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Afghanistan
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Bangladesh
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Iran
Iraq
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South Sudan
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UK - London
USA
USA - Los Angeles, CA
USA - Washington, DC
Yemen

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The Regional Program Development Manager (RPDM) reports to the Regional Program Director (RPD), with technical supervision of the Head of Program Development based in Washington DC. The RPDM will take on a rigorous leadership role as a thought leader working with RSO and GSO to set strategy for the region as well as to support and guide the country offices in various key aspects of developing and accessing funding for new programs, in addition to focusing on improving the consistency and quality of proposal development processes at country level. The RPDM will be responsible for working closely with the RPD and country offices on capture management, networking planning, leading on program design workshops for strategic proposals, coordinating proposal development among various departments, ensuring full packages ready for review at regional and global level , and managing contributing directly on proposal writing as necessary. The job holder will need to undertake short-term travel to support country programs in the development of large strategic bids and/or providing surge capacity if needed.  This role will be critical to overall leadership and management of managing and reporting the ongoing and forecasted opportunities related to program development in the region and facilitate resource availability in coordination with GSO.

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INTERNATIONAL

Country Director – Jordan

JORDAN

Reporting to the Regional Director for the Middle East, the Country Director is responsible for the Jordan mission overall, including high-level representation, fundraising and program development, strategic planning, risk management, program quality, administrative processes, security, and all other aspects of the mission vital to ensure the health of the mission. The Country Director must be dynamic, maintain the ability to work on both macro/ strategic and micro/ detail-oriented issues simultaneously, and have strong communication skills in order to work effectively with internal actors at all levels of the organization and external actors including but not limited to donors, government institutions, U.N. agencies, partners and other key stakeholders. Special consideration will be for candidates who have experience fundraising for and overseeing implementation of both humanitarian and development programming.

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INTERNATIONAL

Deputy Hub Team Leader – NES

SYRIA REMOTE

Reporting to the Hub Team Leader (HTL), the Deputy Hub Team Lead (DHT) will support with oversee the implementation, coordination and administration of all aspects related to ongoing program activities in Syria including planning, organizing, leading, and ensuring quality implementation of program activities. The DHT under the HTL supervision will be in-charge and is responsible for day-to-day management of Health & Protection Program, Monitoring and Evaluation as well as Grants Acquisition & partnership functions. The DHT needs to track progress with individual projects, monitor operational and financial activities, contribute to building a comprehensive accountability platform and contribute to lessons learned and recommendations for program improvement, in addition to ensuring program implementation follows RI and donors’ regulations.

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The Chief of Party (CoP), will lead and supervise all activities under the PHAST program and have overall responsibilities for the successful performance of the consortium management unit (CMU), and partners. The CoP will provide strategic leadership and bear responsibility on all administrative requirements of the program ensuring that the program’s objectives are met. This include accurate financial management of the award, risk management and compliance. The CoP will be the main focal point with the donor in the field and will ensure maintain appropriate communication with all relevant stakeholders including RI Whole of Syria (WoS) Management Team, partners (RI, SAMS, NSPPL, UOSSM and IDA).

 

The overall structure of the CMU consist of CoP, DCoP, Health Advisor, Data Analyst, Finance Manager and Finance Officer. The CoP reports to the RI WOS Deputy Country Director for Program Implementation and have management responsibility over the Deputy CoP, the Health Advisor, and the Data Analyst. The DCoP supervises the Finance Manager, who in turn manages the Finance Officer. XKey RI internal stakeholders the position will interface with are RI WoS key functions (M&E, Safety and Security, HR, Management, Supply Chain and Operations, Health and Protection, etc.).

The CoP and the CMU are hosted by RI and fit within the RI structure. In terms of the consortium management from the programmatic perspective, similar to the consortium partners, the CoP and the CMU will be engaging with RI Northwest Syria Hub to ensure smooth implementation of the project.

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INTERNATIONAL

Country Director – Turkey

TURKEY

Reporting to the Regional Director for the Middle East, the Country Director is responsible for the Turkey mission overall, including high-level representation, fundraising and program development, strategic planning, risk management, program quality, administrative processes, security, and all other aspects of the mission vital to ensure the health of the mission. The Country Director must be dynamic, maintain the ability to work on both macro/ strategic and micro/ detail-oriented issues simultaneously, and have strong communication skills in order to work effectively with internal actors at all levels of the organization and external actors including but not limited to donors, government institutions, U.N. agencies, partners and other key stakeholders.

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The WoS MEAL Manager will bring significant experience and fresh ideas to lead and improve/contribute to the improvement of MEAL system implementation in all geographical areas covered by the RI in Syria, review and evaluations, M&E/MEAL budgeting, recruitment, and support to proposal writing and logframes developments/reviews, methodologies for calculating targets and reporting against targets. The incumbent will ensure that all RI and partners projects are supported to ensure quality, effectiveness and appropriateness of programs. The incumbent will conduct in-depts analysis of programme information, capture lesson learnt and communicate this information in various capacities to improve ongoing and future programming. Provide technical guidance to the RI M&E managers in the hubs and partners M&E focal point to maintain an effective monitoring system across all program sectors including but not limited to (Health, protection and livelihoods). The support to include the use of beneficiaries’ feedback data, field monitoring reports, information captured in the M&E databases/dashboards, etc. to ensure the quality of implementation. The incumbent will provide capacity building of relevant RI staff and partners on MEAL on various technical aspects with focus on accountability and participation, including the use of mobile and other technologies as needed. He/She will be responsible of ensuring that RI programs have evidence-based knowledge to inform the direction of the programs, starting from the assessment and regular monitoring of program documents, applying MEAL tools, reporting, analysis of data and information including trends related to the emergency response and donor requirements, etc. and highlighting positive and negative of the program activities on target communities. The incumbent will ensure that analysis information is made available to all RI staff and external stakeholder where appropriate.  The incumbent will ensure cross-cutting program information management, M&E and that information collected is reflected upon and used to improve the ongoing programs/future programming. He/she will ensure information is incorporated in high quality reports. Finally, the MEAL manager will directly manage the information management coordinator based in Amman, to ensure proper analysis and information management of all programme data and research activities.

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INTERNATIONAL

Value Chain Consultant

SYRIA REMOTE

Purpose/Objective : RI therefore is seeking a consultant to provide a comprehensive market systems assessment covering Kisreh and Basira sub-districts, in the Deir-ez-Zor governorate, focusing on local economic development priority sectors.

The market-based assessments are designed to identify functions within the value chains to inform the areas of potential job creation and additional employment for local populations, and in particular for women and girls. Because of the project target group, the assessments need to have a robust gender dimension, to ensure that findings are relevant for the future vocational training participants. Based on the findings of the assessment, RI will identify the vocational training topics to maximise the participants’ livelihood opportunities at the end of the training. In order to be as responsive, the value chain assessments will be modified to not only examine potential value chains to explore, but also how to rebuild those that have been damaged that were providing employment in the targeted areas.

The consultant with support from RI will select the sectors that have growth opportunity, and the assessments are expected to include possible risks and barriers, keeping in mind that specific characteristics of the target groups in a conservative context like the one in DeZ, and therefore might face movement restrictions and other challenges related to initiating or accessing income generating opportunities.

Since agriculture and livestock is the largest sector of employment in Deir ez-Zor, the results of the assessment are likely to point to needs for agriculture-linked activities. However, it is important to note that RI is interested in focusing not on primary production in agriculture, but rather on later stages of agricultural value chains, such as supporting market linkages for small producers, or food production and processing.

The consultant will also conduct a feasibility study on the possibility of providing small cash grants to some vocational training participants to support them in starting new business initiatives. The study will need to identify both risks and opportunities, and provide recommendations on if and how to launch this component to ensure do no harm and its effectiveness.

 

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INTERNATIONAL

WoS Operation Manager

JORDAN

Reporting to the Syria Country Director, the Syria Operations Manager (OM) is responsible for overall strategic and technical oversight of the hub based cross border operations staff (located in Turkey and Syria and in Jordan hubs).  Syria OM will work in close coordination with the DCD and hub team leads to ensure necessary guidance and oversight is readily available to the operations departments in relevant hubs and that a uniform system is maintained and constantly improved with on-going efforts.  Syria OM will work with RI Global Operations and lead on the finalization of remote management / Syria Supply Chain guidelines and standard operating procedures.

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