12. HUMANITARIAN JOB OPPORTUNITIES

 

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Jobs
http://www.aclu.org/about/jobs/Jobs_post.html

American Red Cross
http://www.redcross.org/jobs/

Amnesty International (International Secretariat, London)
http://www.web.amnesty.org/web/hrpjobs.nsf
http://www.web.amnesty/jobs/
http://www.amnestyusa.org/

Bob's List of Job Search Resources
http://php.indiana.edu/~birkene/jobsearch.html

Canadian Resource Bank for Democracy and Human Rights (CANADEM)
Banque canadienne des ressources pour la démocratie et les droits de la personne
http://front.web.net/canadem/
CANADEM, with a human rights and democracy mandate, was officially launched in February 1997 and opened its office in June 1997. Canada built upon many of the aspects of an earlier Norwegian initiative, including their title of NORDEM. CANADEM's mandate has since been expanded to include peacebuilding with a view to becoming a more comprehensive civilian standby mechanism to facilitate the UN in staffing the civilian components of its various field operations.
See especially the links to NGO and UN job boards:
http://front.web.net/canadem/Job%20Links.htm
CANADEM, 1 Nicholas (#1102), Ottawa, ON K1T 1W5, Canada, tel: 001 613-789-3328,
fax: 001 613-789-6125
canadem@ibm.net

Center for Information, Counseling and Training - Professions relating to International Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid (CINFO)
http://www.cinfo.ch/
CINFO informs persons interested in employment in the fields of international cooperation and humanitarian aid or interested in improving North-South relations. cinfo also assists institutions which are searching for personnel. cinfo provides advice and guidance to persons preparing for an appointment abroad and for those returning from an assignment. This service is also available to their partners. Please note that:
* CINFO informs about vacancy notices but does not undertake any placement activities nor does CINFO recruit personnel. Nevertheless, cinfo offers targeted information to interested persons and helps them to clarify any questions they might have before applying for a position.
* CINFO will not process requests not in line with its field of activities.
* The CINFO services are mainly designed for Swiss individuals and institutions.
The website of CINFO is more exhaustive in French and German which are our main working languages.
CINFO, Rue Centrale 121, P.O. Box 7007, CH-2500 Bienne 7
Phone + 41 32 365 80 02, Fax + 41 32 365 80 59
info@cinfo.ch

The Chronicle of Higher Education ­ Career Network
http://chronicle.com/jobs/


Commonwealth - Employment And Voluntary Work With The Commonwealth Secretariat
http://www.thecommonwealth.org/index1.htm

Council of Europe Recruitment Home Page (English & French)
http://www.coe.fr/jobs/

Disaster News Network
http://www.disasternews.net
Developed by a coalition of 10 religiously affiliated disaster-relief groups, the Disaster New Network provides on-line coverage of both natural and man-made disasters and a data base of disaster-relief volunteer opportunities in USA.

Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) Job Offers
http://www.tcd.ie/ENN/job.html

FAO Employment Opportunities
http://www.fao.org/VA/Employ.htm

IOM Employment Opportunities
http://www.iom.int/iom/Employment_Opportunities/entry.htm

Jobs with International Medical Corps (IMC)
http://www.imc-la.com/imcempl3.htm
To apply for professional positions, submit resumes or CV's by mail or fax or email to the following:
In the US: IMC-USA, 11500 West Olympic Blvd. Suite 506 Los Angeles, California USA 90064
Tel: 310-826-7800 Fax: 310-442-6622 Attn: Jennifer Crawford crawford@imc-la.org
In the UK: IMC-UK, 3 Anselm Rd. Hatch End, Pinner, Middlesex, England HA5 4LH
Phone/Fax: +44-181-428-4025 Attn: Mr. Ivan Tomlin imc@imc-la.org

Jobs Unlimited, UK (Charities)
http://www.jobsunlimited.co.uk/

Journal of Humanitarian Assistance
http://131.111.106.147/jposts.htm

MERLIN
http://www.merlin.org.uk

MERLIN (Medical Emergency Relief International),
14 David Mews Porter St.,London W1M 1HW
If you are interested in working for MERLIN, please fax your CV with a covering letter to our recruitment team on +44 (0) 171 487 4042
schembri@merlin.org.uk

ReliefWeb Humanitarian Vacancies
http://www.reliefweb.int/resource/vacancy.html

UNICEF Employment Opportunities
http://www.unicef.org/employ/

UNDP Jobs
http://www.undp.org/toppages/undpjobs/index.html

UNDP Current External Vacancies, Internships, Junior Professional Officers' Programme, Consultants., Management Training Programme, UNV.

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Vacancies
http://www.unhchr.ch/html/vacancies/vacancypage.htm

United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies Vacancies http://www.ias.unu.edu/vacancies/default.htm

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Jobs
http://www.unep.org/Vac/

UNRWA
http://www.un.org/unrwa/emp/index.html

United Nations Office of Human Resources Management (UN OHRM)
http://www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/

Employment opportunities at the UN.

United Nations International Civil Service Commission (ICSC)
http://www.un.org/Depts/icsc/vab/index.htm

Vacancies notified to the ICSC secretariat by organizations of
the common system.

United Nations Volunteers (UNV) ­ Becoming a UN Volunteer
http://www.unv.org/unvols/index.htm

The United Nations Volunteers programme (UNV) was created by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1970, to serve as an operational partner in development co-operation at the request of UN member states. It is unique within the UN family and as an international volunteer undertaking. It reports to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and works through UNDP's country offices around the world. There are about 4000 qualified, experienced and motivated women and men of over 140 nationalities annually serving in developing countries as volunteer specialists and field workers. Since 1971, roughly 18,000 UNVs from some 150 developing and industrialised nations ­ 75% and 25% respectively in 1998 ­ have worked in an equal number of countries. The UNV programme involves a wide spread of sectors: it maintains a roster covering some 108 professional categories. Agriculture, health and education feature prominently, as do social conditions, community development, vocational training, industry, transport and population. As of spring 1998, humanitarian relief and rehabilitation together with electoral and peace-building work accounted for more than 30 % of assignments. It works in partnership with governments, UN Agencies, Development Banks and non-governmental and community-based organisations. The programmes within which UNV Specialists serve are usually managed by governments; often there is technical input and supervision from one of the UN system Specialised Agencies, such as the Food & Agriculture Organisation, the International Labour Organisation, the World Food Programme, UNESCO, the UN High Commission for Refugees, the World Health Organisation, UNICEF, or from the World Bank. At the request of some governments UNV itself acts as executing agent.
United Nations Volunteers, PO Box 260 111, D-53153 Bonn Germany
post-info@unv.org
The following list of links is for those looking for a short-term volunteering activity or those whose qualifications do not meet UNV requirements
http://www.unv.org/unvols/volhelp.htm

NetAid
http://www.netaid.org

NetAid is planning to start offering an online
volunteering service as of the 20th of February 2000.

New Sustainable Development Jobs on the SD Gateway
-English http://sdgateway.net/noframe/viewjobs.asp?daterange=14
-Français http://sdgateway.net/noframe/fr_viewjobs.asp?daterange=14
-Español http://sdgateway.net/noframe/sp_viewjobs.asp?daterange=14


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