EMPLOYMENT POSITION: FINANCE ASSISTANT, CARE INTERNATIONAL
CARE International is looking for a qualified candidate to occupy the position of a Finance Assistant. The candidate will be based in Geneva at CARE International Secretariat. The role of the Finance Assistant is to support the Secretariat’s Head of Finance carry out professional accounting work related to the preparation and maintenance of financial records at the Cl Secretariat (with offices in Geneva and Brussels), and assists in the management of funds jointly owned by the Cl membership.
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their CVs and a short covering letter to
by 2 May 2013.
Please indicate the reference "Finance Assistant" in the subject line. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted after the closing date. Candidates must be Swiss or EU nationals or hold a valid work permit.
Please find full description and further details about this position here.
EMPLOYMENT POSITION: EU REPRESENTATIVE, CARE INTERNATIONAL
The CARE International (CI) EU Liaison Office is recruiting an EU Representative. The EU Representative is a member of the CI Secretariat staff and is responsible for the operation of CI’s Liaison Office to the European Union in Brussels. The EU Liaison office is composed of a team of 4-5 people.
The EU Representative works on behalf of CARE International members and country offices in their efforts to optimise CI’s fundraising and influence relevant policies from the European Union (EU) and to strengthen and maintain CI’s relationship with the EU institutions in Brussels. The EU Representative is also responsible for supporting the evolution and development of CARE International in Europe.
For further information and how to apply, please click here.
INTERNSHIP: PROGRAM QUALITY, CARE EMERGENCY GROUP
CARE International Emergency Group (CEG) is looking for a 'Program Quality' Intern to support the work of the Emergency Program Quality team. The intern will be based in GENEVA at CARE International Secretariat. The main responsibility of the Intern is to engage in research, analysis, and compilation of lessons learned that are relevant to CARE’s work in humanitarian actions with a special emphasis on program quality. The Intern will also provide other relevant support to the Program Quality Team and the Humanitarian Director.
Starting date: as soon as possible, ideally by the end of April for a minimum of 3 months. Deadline: By the end of April 2013.
How to apply: Interested and qualified candidates should submit their short cover letters and curriculum vitaes (CVs) to:
. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted after the closing date.
Please find full descriptions and further details about this position here: JD_PQ_2013
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