NEWS: NRC is calling for applicants to Middle East Talent Pools

Nrc mosul

Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is one of the most respected and effective humanitarian organization. Now they are building Talent Pools in five different areas to support the humanitarian crisis in the Middle East: Grants Talent Pool; Information Counseling and Legal Assistance (ICLA); Logistics; Security and Safety; and Shelter/Protection Officer (Refugee). If your skills are a good fit in any of these areas, you have a great opportunity to join NRC and truly make a difference for refugees and people displaced by conflict in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Palestine.

About the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)

“Rights Respected, People Protected”

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is a non-governmental, humanitarian organization with 60 years of experience in helping to create a safer and more dignified life for refugees and internally displaced people. NRC advocates for the rights of displaced populations and offers assistance within the shelter, education, emergency food security, legal assistance, and water, sanitation and hygiene sectors.

The Norwegian Refugee Council has approximately 5000 committed and competent employees involved in projects across four continents. In addition, NRC runs one of the world’s largest standby rosters -NORCAP, with 650 professionals, ready to be deployed on 72 hours’ notice when a crisis occurs.

NRC currently has more than 2,000 staff in the Middle East region assisting people displaced by conflict in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Palestine. As a leading humanitarian organization, we support displaced persons by implementing programs across the Shelter, Education, Food Security, Information Counseling and Legal Assistance and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sectors with strong protection and resilience focus integrated into our programs.

NRC is now opening a call for resumes to create a talent pool for Security professionals interested in the Middle East Region!

If you would like to be considered for our Middle East Region’s talent pool, NRC welcomes your application.


Purpose of the Talent Pool

As an organization NRC is committed to recruiting the right people at the right time and place. To help meet this goal, NRC is seeking experienced technical experts with a background in humanitarian aid to join them by becoming a part of their talent pool. The talent pools were created as a way to engage and maintain relationships with high-potential, qualified professionals who are motivated to be part of NRC’s team!

All applications will be reviewed and, based on your background and experience, one of NRC’s recruiters may contact you for a pre-screening interview. If your skills are a good fit, then your profile will be added to their talent pool and NRC may reach out periodically to explore your interest in new positions that open within the organization.

Below you find the four Talent Pools open for applicants.

Please click on the link in the job title to read more about the position and how to apply.

Security Advisor Talent Pool - Talent Pool 

NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council

Closes: 2016-11-13

Beirut | Mid/Senior

 

Shelter – Talent Pool (Middle East Region) - Talent Pool 

NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council

Closes: 2016-11-13

Beirut | P-3, International Professional

 

Grants Talent Pool (Middle East Region) - Talent Pool 

NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council

Closes: 2016-11-24

Beirut | P-3, International Professional

 

Legal Aid (ICLA) - Talent Pool 

NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council

Closes: 2016-11-10

Beirut | P-3, International Professional

Logistics Talent Pool (Middle East Region) - Talent PoolNew

NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council

Find all vacancies at The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) here


Photo: The emergency camps set up on the outskirts of Mosul for the people escaping from the city can accommodate just over 60,000 people at present, but as many as 200,000 may flee in the first days of the offensive, if they can make it out. NRC is coordinating with other humanitarian agencies to ensure that all Iraqis making it to safety are given the basic necessities to survive. By Karl Schembri/NRC