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Why join the IFRC?

Our vision is to inspire, encourage, facilitate and promote at all times all forms of ...

Our recruitment process

All IFRC vacancies for positions in Geneva-based and field-based positions that are open to...

Meet our staff

IFRC members work together to make a difference, to improve the lives of vulnerable people by...

Working in the field

According to recent statistics and projections the number, as well as the severity, of natural...

Internships

The IFRC has a well-established and successful internship programme which provides students with...

Frequently Asked Questions

Please find answers to frequently asked questions below.

10 reasons to join the IFRC

 

To join an organization that saves lives and improves the living conditions of vulnerable people around the world

To be part of world's largest humanitarian network

To work for one of the world’s most recognized, iconic and trusted brands

 • To be involved in supporting the work of the world’s largest network of volunteers

• To be exposed to a variety of stimulating assignments locally or internationally

To work in a place where proactive individuals have the possibility to make a difference

To enjoy autonomy and authority to make decisions within one’s area of work

To have opportunities of continuous growth, both on-the-job and through learning systems

To join an international and multi-cultural work environment, where diversity is valued and promoted

• To receive competitive pay and benefits for the humanitarian sector.

Who we are...

Strategy 2020

Strategy 2020 is guiding the actions of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) throughout this decade. It defines three strategic aims and three enabling actions for the IFRC and its member National Societies.

Code of conduct

The code of conduct sets out the responsibilities of all people working for or representing the IFRC, including Geneva and field-based staff, consultants, volunteers, and interns.

Chief Human Resources Officer

The IFRC is recruiting a new Chief Human Resources Officer. This high-level role provides global leadership, strategic direction and best-practice delivery of human resources services to the International Secretariat, which has more than 2,000 employees around the world.

For further details, go to
http://appointments.egonzehnder.com

Applications must arrive no later than 26th of August 2014

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