The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, a division of the Norwegian Refugee Council is currently in need of a web developer at their offices in Geneva, Switzerland. The individual will be responsible for developing websites for the council, performing every stage in the process from web design to coding to mark-up writing to everyday maintenance. With the assistance of team members in the communications, publications and IT departments, he or she will be responsible for developing a full website strategy to help further the mission of the IDMC.
Eligible applicants will hold a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology or a related field. The individual will need to have previous work experience with Content Management Systems and thorough knowledge of several coding languages, including HTML, Java, CSS and PHP. Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign and Adobe Illustrator are additional job requirements. The Web Developer will need to be completely fluent in English and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Apply until 25 August 2016.
The Norwegian Refugee Council’s Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre is searching for a qualified candidate to join their team as the Head of Policy & Research. This management position involves creating and overseeing a team of experts to produce research papers in order to help the IDMC achieve its goals for the years 2015 to 2020. He or she will collaborate with other projects to implement projects related to conflict prevention, sustainability, climate change and human rights. The individual will also be called upon to be a spokesperson for the IDMC in regards to these issues.
Qualified applicants for the Head of Policy & Research post will hold a master’s or doctorate degree in Politics, Public Policy, Business Administration, Migration and Displacement Studies or another related field. To be considered for the position, applicants must have at least 7 years of experience serving as a senior manager for teams of technical analysts, policy analysts or research professionals. Fluency in English and high level writing skills are essential to success in the role. Apply until 26 August 2016.
The Norwegian Refugee Council is actively searching for someone to fill the role of a Regional Anti-Corruption and Investigations Advisor. The post is based in Amman, Jordan; however, 40 percent of the time, the advisor will be traveling throughout the Middle East. From the base of operations and in the field, the advisor will conduct investigations related to a variety of complaints, including abuse of authority, fraud, corruption and workplace harassment. This diplomatic post is a contract position that is expected to last for 23 months.
Qualified applicants will show evidence of expertise in investigations and risk mapping with specific experience related to preventing corruption. Cultural familiarity with the Middle East and fluency in both English and Arabic are desired but not hard and fast requirements for the position. The ideal individual for the job will possess high-level analytical skills and be an excellent communicator both verbally and in writing. Apply until 21 August 2016.