The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.
In 2016, the IRC and its partner organizations:
Helped more than 24 million people gain access to primary and reproductive health care.
Vaccinated more than 173,000 children under the age of one against measles.
Supported 2,507 clinics and health facilities that helped 171,000 women deliver healthy babies.
Supported more than 21,000 community health workers to treat communicable diseases in children under age 5 and treated more than 186,000 children under the age of five for acute malnutrition.
Gave 3.8 million people access to clean drinking water or sanitation.
Provided schooling and educational opportunities to more than 1.5 million children; trained more than 33,000 educators and supported more than 11,000 schools.
Provided counseling, care, and support to more than 42,000 vulnerable children and trained more than 2,200 child protection workers.
Created or supported 2,000 village savings and loan associations that benefited more than 58,000 members who saved more than $2.4 million.
Helped more than 4,000 people access financial services.
Responding to the world’s worst humanitarian crises in a great variety of roles, the International Rescue Committee’s staff is a force for humanity and hope. If you’re skilled and passionate, we’d like to add your energy to ours.
What is it like to work for the IRC?
The IRC applies our mission of care and protection to those who fulfill it—our staff. We are committed to promoting their safety and wellness, and to providing them with an environment of respect in which to work.
The IRC values the diversity of our staff and recognizes that our work is best accomplished through the true collaboration of individuals from many cultures with a great variety of skills and perspectives. In support of this core value, the IRC maintains and enforces policies to foster relationships that respect the dignity and worth of each individual.
The mission of the IRC is to help people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and gain control of their future.
Where we focus
The IRC will put in place high-impact, cost-effective solutions that help people affected by crisis. We’ll also use our learning and experience to shape humanitarian policy and practice in ways that improve the lives of more people worldwide. And in all of our work we will focus on breaking down each of the barriers faced by women and girls.
The HR Director is responsible for providing strategic leadership for the HR function for over 500 staff and volunteers across the Jordan and southern Syria Program. The HR Director will lead a growing HR team to ensure high quality and efficient staff recruitment, contracts management, orientation, learning and development, performance management, compensation and benefits, code of conduct compliance, employee engagement and staff care. Details
The IRC Country Director for Greece is responsible for overall leadership and supervisory management of IRC offices and operations in the country, including stewardship of resources, staff safety and security, program quality and accountability, and performance management. The Country Director is IRC’s principal representative to the Greek government, donors, international organizations, and other NGOs. Details
The Security and Humanitarian Access Coordinator will work with the country management team to ensure that organizational security policies and procedures are responsive to the context, adequate and known to staff, and advise on humanitarian access processes and approaches in close coordination with program teams. Under the supervision of the Deputy Director of operations, the SHAC will analyze security trends, advise, update, and implement the IRC’s Security Management Plan Details
The Protection/Rule of Law Technical Adviser will form part of the Violence Prevention and Response Technical Unit (VPRU), which houses expertise in the field of protection and rule of law, child protection, and women’s protection and empowerment. The VPRU is responsible for providing dynamic, innovative support to IRC’s field offices and provides technical assistance, ensures innovation, promotes best practices, and helps to improve data collection and analysis for protection programming within the organization. Details
Under the supervision of the Regional HR Director, the Senior Staff Care Specialist will (1) develop a holistic regional staff care strategy consistent with IRC’s Human Capital Strategy and emerging global IRC Duty of Care framework, (2) lead the identification, development and delivery of staff care services and emergency interventions in the areas of self-care, resilience, stress mangement and psychological trauma response for IRC staff, Details