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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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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.

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During the Contracting Period, Contractor shall provide the following services to Relief International:

The main objective of the Anti-violence Anti-bullying consultant is to Collect and analyze primary and secondary data from various sources Review of Psychological and Sociology theories that contribute to providing a better understanding of bullying issues. Analyze geographical, cultural, economic and social context for each school within the four governorates, conducting field visits to the sample schools, conduct depth analysis lead to explore bullying phenomena at schools. Building on this the consultant should develop a behavioral change program- anti-bullying targeting upper primary and secondary level students 13-18 years at schools aimed at reducing the level of bullying and violence and will be requested to test the program within two phases first at six schools and then at the 16 schools.

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The Country Director, (CD) is responsible for the overall management and development of Relief International’s (RI) country program

Managing a senior team of six, the CD will ensure that hub-based program implementation and support teams are fully guided and supported in strategic, technical and operational aspects and that programming meets stated objectives, is in line with RI’s philosophy and strategy and meets the needs of beneficiaries.

This involves ensuring that the grants programming meets stated objectives, that all activities are in line with RI’s philosophy and strategy, and that programming meets the needs of beneficiaries. The CD is also responsible for identifying and pursuing new program opportunities and identifying gaps in services.

The context evolution in 2019, requires creative ways to ensure service delivery to population in situation of vulnerabilities, and how RI can be positioned. Hence, looking into different operational modalities, within this fluid environment, will be key for quality and sustainable project delivery.

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Relief International currently seeks a Regional Program Development Coordinator (RDPC) to support Program Development (PD) efforts in the Middle East.  The RPDC will work closely with the Regional Program Development Manager (RPDM), Global PD, Regional, and Country teams to support concept note and proposal development across a broad range of institutional donors (i.e. USAID/OFDA, PRM, ECHO, UN agencies, etc.).   The RPDC will be based in Amman with potential travel to field sites as needed (up to 70%).  The RPDC reports to the RPDM.

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The Country Director (CD)​, is responsible for the overall management and development of Relief International’s (RI) country program. Managing a senior team of six, the CD will ensure that hub-based program implementation and support teams are fully guided and supported in strategic, technical and operational aspects and that programming meets stated objectives, is in line with RI’s philosophy and strategy and meets the needs of beneficiaries.

This involves ensuring that the grants programming meets stated objectives, that all activities are in line with RI’s philosophy and strategy, and that programming meets the needs of beneficiaries. The CD is also responsible for identifying and pursuing new program opportunities and identifying gaps in services.

The context evolution in 2019, requires creative ways to ensure service delivery to population in situation of vulnerabilities, and how RI can be positioned. Hence, looking into different operational modalities, within this fluid environment, will be key for quality and sustainable project delivery.

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INTERNATIONAL

Regional Education Advisor

KENYA

The Regional Education Advisor is responsible for the overall management and development of Relief International’s (RI) Education program in Africa and representation in Nairobi related to education programming. This involves ensuring that the grants programming meets stated objectives, that all activities are in line with RI’s mission and strategy, and the programming is meeting the needs of beneficiaries. The REA is also responsible for spotting and pursuing new program opportunities and identifying gaps in services, oversight and close collaboration with partners/consortia to expand existing opportunities and explore future program opportunities. Oversee the program’s finances in collaboration with relevant Country and RSO Finance staff to ensure that activities are delivered within budget; provide written reports to RSO and GSO as and when requested; supervising staff working on the program.

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INTERNATIONAL

Protection Program Manager

AFGHANISTAN

The Protection Program Manager is responsible for overseeing all of RI’s protection programming in Afghanistan, including gender based violence (GBV) and MPHSS projects. He/she will lead the design of all new protection programs, lead the expansion of RI’s protection portfolio in Afghanistan, oversee implementation, and ensure timely reporting. He/she will be key in driving the growth and expansion of RI’s humanitarian portfolio (including GBV, MPHSS, and child protection) and support protection mainstreaming in all of RI’s projects. This position requires an individual who is accustomed to the pace of emergency response programming, has experience in successfully leading a diverse team, does not require close supervision or direction, is flexible and highly responsive, and excels at building and strengthening relations with donors.

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INTERNATIONAL

Rapid Deployment Team Leader

GLOBAL

The Team Leader is the head of RI’s dynamic rapid deployment team, deployed from his or her home base, typically for 1-4 months. The assignment may be to set up a new program, a new country office, or filling a gap between two long-term managers. S/he will play a strategic role in the mobilization and effective scale up and management of RI programs. S/he is typically responsible for identifying needs and resources and elaborating program recommendations. S/he will develop and manage country support functions and negotiate and network at an international level. S/he will ensure that all relevant RI policies and procedures with respect to HR, safety and security, code of conduct, equal opportunities and other relevant policies are in place. When not on assignment, s/he will support country offices, revise policies and proposals, assist with strategic initiatives, similar to the role of other headquarters-based staff.

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