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ReliefWeb is hiring

By Andrew Kobylinski
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Are you interested in working with ReliefWeb? Do you have a passion for humanitarian issues, web technology and information management? We’re seeking two highly motivated people to fill two very important roles.

1. Chief of Section (ReliefWeb Coordinator)

We’re looking for a leader with the right set of management, web technology and humanitarian experience to guide the future of ReliefWeb.

The candidate will be required to provide leadership and strategic direction that enables ReliefWeb to to be humanitarian community’s leading information platform. The Coordinator will plan and oversee the activities of ReliefWeb and actively liaise with humanitarian stakeholders.

Applicants are required to have an advanced university degree and minimum of ten years of experience in project or programme management in a related area to qualify for the role.

For more information, a full list of role requirements and how to apply, see the position description.

2. Intern - Humanitarian Affairs

We’re also seeking a hardworking and motivated intern to help develop new humanitarian information initiatives for ReliefWeb

As a ReliefWeb intern, you will get the opportunity to work on some innovative and exciting humanitarian information projects. You will acquire in-depth knowledge about the United Nations, OCHA and the humanitarian system and will assist in the development of a new humanitarian community project. You will also support ongoing communications and day-to-day content management operations.

To be considered for the internship, you must meet the requirements of the United Nations Internship Programme.

All the details can be found on the position description on ReliefWeb. Be sure to read the special notice on completing the online application.

If these jobs are not for you, then you can find your dream humanitarian position in our jobs section. There are currently over 200 humanitarian organizations advertising more than 2,400 opportunities in a variety of locations around the world.

Good luck!