Action Against Hunger

Action Against Hunger Jobs

Action Against Hunger recruits humanitarian professionals looking to make a meaningful contribution in the fight against world hunger. Action Against Hunger staff are committed to designing & implementing activities which save lives. Our workplaces value quality, impactful programming while allowing for individual creativity & innovative solutions. Action Against Hunger seeks staff who embrace working with a diverse group of exceptional colleagues & who are looking for challenges which will grow their skills & experience.

See below for the latest Action Against Hunger Jobs and career opportunities:

Erbil, Iraq
Under the supervision of the Country Director and based in Erbil among the coordination team (24 national and international staffs), you will ensure sound and transparent administration of funds by providing accounting and financial management consistent with the ACF financial management framework and local legislation. Your team consists of a deputy and an archivist. More precisely, you will be in charge of: Main responsibilities: Contribute to the definition of mission strategy, ensure high quality accounting for the mission.

Action Against Hunger (ACF) currently has several logistics internship positions open for the spring semester. As an intern with ACF, you will gain invaluable knowledge of humanitarian logistics and supply chain management in post-disaster and post-conflict zones. You will be engaged with humanitarians in the field at our project sites in South Sudan, Nigeria, Kenya, Pakistan, Uganda, and the DRC. You will be directly supervised by the NY Headquarters logistics department.

Developing visual tools to promote the adoption of healthy behaviours and optimal infant and child care practices for audience with low literacy. Supporting to operation by developing specific visual material to support humanitarian field workers in implementing sensitization and training activities in the different sectors of intervention of Action Against Hunger. Reviewing existing participatory learning tools and card games from PHAST & CHAST methodologies and adapt it to “BabyWASH” scope, and create specific visuals tools to promote optimal parenting practices.