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.
Thanks to the generosity of IRC supporters, more than 23 million people benefited from IRC programs and those of our partner organizations in 2015—nearly 5.5 million more individuals than we were able to reach in 2014.
See below for the latest International Rescue Committee jobs and career opportunities:
The Country Director for Burundi 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 Burundi government, donors, international organizations, other NGOs and the media
The Field coordinator, based at Iriba, is responsible for the overall management and implementation of quality programs in the UNHCR Sub delegation of Iriba in the eastern Chad covering UNHCR field offices of Guereda and Amdjarass with 6 Sudanese refugees camps namely Touloum, Iridimi, Amnabak, Oure cassoni, Milé and Kounoungou and the management of quality of program and services: security, administration, human resources, logistics and finance.