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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UK - London
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Deputy Country Director – Yemen


This opportunity is for the role of Deputy Country Director – Program. You will be a crucial member of our Senior Management Team in Yemen, responsible for overseeing program quality, strategic planning, drive the country office strategic plan, and work closely with Country Director on new program development initiatives, program advocacy, and innovation. Your focus will be on driving high-quality, evidence-based programs that make a lasting impact in the communities we serve.


The Country Supply Chain and Operations Manager is responsible for overseeing and optimizing the supply chain and operations functions. The SCO Manager will provide the RI Sudan Country Program with leadership that contributes to improved systems and standards in Logistics and procurement, ensuring the efficient flow of goods, managing inventory, and enhancing operational processes to support the organization’s goals. The position is a standard-bearer for Relief International’s core policies in procurement, business ethics, code of conduct and conflict of interest policies. The position is integral to the smooth functioning of the RI Country Office, with support systems geared to ensure efficient and effective operations in the RI field offices toward successful project cycle implementation, staff care and operational integrity at all levels. SCO Manager to provide coordination for field offices to report to the Country Office on the same operational standards and systems toward ensuring RI Country, institutional and audit systems are policy compliant and fully functional.


Reporting to the Deputy Country Director – Program Implementation (DCD-PI), the WOS Supply Chain and Operations Manager (SCOM) 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 SCOM will work in close coordination with the DCD-PI, Hub Team Leads and Hub SCO teams 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. WOS SCOM will work with RI Regional and Global Supply Chain and Operations and lead on supply chain strategy development and implementation with an emphasis on sourcing pharmaceuticals and medical supplies.


Relief International (RI) currently seeks a dynamic Health and Nutrition Technical Advisor to support our Yemen Program.  The Health and Nutrition Technical Advisor will provide timely and adequate technical support to the country health programs/project staff, including guidance on overall health program planning, health assessments, project/program design, fund-raising, project monitoring and evaluation, and service quality monitoring and improvement. The capacity building of National Teams and local partners will be an integrated component of his/her work. In addition, the Advisor will, on on-going basis, assess current health and nutrition needs and assist in program development to secure funding for new projects from a range of donors. This position requires an individual who is used to the pace of emergency response programming, does not require close supervision or direction, and is flexible and highly responsive.


Deputy Country Director – Syria


As Deputy Country Director – Program Quality, you’ll lead strategic program development, ensuring high-quality services for Syrian communities. Collaborate with teams, represent RI, and drive innovation.

Impact: Make a difference in challenging circumstances, overseeing expertise in Health, Nutrition, Protection, and Livelihoods.

If you are a dynamic leader with a strong commitment to delivering high-quality programs in a challenging environment, we invite you to join our team and make a meaningful impact on the lives of the communities we serve.


AICS Project Manager


RI currently operates in three states (Blue Nile, Al Jazirah and North Darfur), with a focus on the four RI sector pillars: Health, WASH, Nutrition and Protection currently operating in 45 health facilities of which, 4 health facilities are currently supported by BHA.

As part of the country Programs Team within RI Sudan, the Program Manager (PM) will support Program and Portfolio Management for Sudan’s AICS project (s). The PM works with the Deputy Country Director of Programs and Technical Coordinators to provide ongoing support to Sudan AICS program teams.


BHA Project Manager


The projects will be implemented in Aljazirah, North Darfur and Blue Nile states. The position role involves overseeing and supporting the Protection, Health (PHC), Nutrition (CMAM) and WASH project(s) with the help of sector Technical Coordinators. Key aspects of the role include project management, partnership management, planning, M&E and representation and liaison at the local level.

This position is based full-time in Blue Nile with extensive field travel to all locations. The post holder will be working closely with the technical coordinators, and technical managers for Protection, Health, Nutrition, and WASH to ensure smooth implementation of projects and budget management responsibility. The post holder will inform the DCD Program and Area Managers of any potential internal and external risks that may compromise the quality of programmes and help mitigate them.


Country Director – Philippines


About Philippines Country Program

Relief International has been active in the Philippines since 1990, delivering a wide spectrum of humanitarian assistance and development programs spanning the provision of health services, promotion of biodiversity and conservation, improving water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services, responding to natural disasters through food and non-food item distributions, disaster risk reduction and preparedness and peacebuilding. To carry out its mandate, RI in the Philippines partners with communities affected by conflict, climate change, and disaster in order to save lives, build greater resilience, protect vulnerable groups, and promote long-term health and well-being.  Our partnerships to build greater resilience amongst communities span across crisis, response, protection, and resilience. Currently, we work in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao regions with offices in Luzon (Makati HQ) and Mindanao.

Position Summary

Your role as the Country Director will be to ensure strong leadership of all members of the RI-Philippines Senior Management Team that builds team spirit, cohesion, motivation, commitment, quality performance and fulfilment of all agency functions. You will be directly responsible for the overall strategic planning, program design and implementation, program support operations (security, HR, procurement, logistics), country-level external relations and coordination, finance and budget compliance, administration, monitoring and evaluation, staff supervision, and required reporting on grants. You will also ensure that programs meet stated objectives, are in line with RI’s mission and strategy, meet the needs of beneficiaries, and are implemented to the highest standards, on time, and within budget. You will lead in obtaining funding, and identifying and pursuing new program opportunities, and to continually assess, identify and address gaps and weaknesses so as to improve overall country program performance, efficiency, and effectiveness.