A surgeon carries out an emergency operation on a tsunami victim at Meulaboh Hospital in Aceh, Indonesia.
The 187 National Societies of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) make up the largest humanitarian organization in the world.
Our work is often difficult and always challenging. We aim to attract professionals from all over the world who share the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement's ambition to meet the needs of the most vulnerable.
Why the IFRC?
IFRC members work together to make a difference - to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity.
The IFRC is proud to benefit from talented individuals with high standards of technical knowledge and competencies, whose skills and interests are related to one of the four main areas for action within our organization:
- Promotion of fundamental principles and humanitarian values
- Disaster response
- Disaster preparedness
- Health and care in the community
The IFRC's staff and volunteers maintain a multi-cultural environment where diversity is valued. We:
- aim to achieve a broad representation of member country nationals and maintain gender balance
- do not discriminate on any grounds
- are committed to foster and to value diversity within our people, in all aspects of our work
- have a duty of care to ensure the physical safety, health and emotional well-being of our workers
- show zero tolerance towards abuse of power or sexual and gender-based violence, abuse and exploitation
This commitment is reflected in our Code of Conduct.
Note: Fraudulent e-mails claiming to have job opportunities at the IFRC are circulating on the internet. Please treat any such e-mails with suspicion. If in doubt, you can find all of our vacancies on this web site.