The International Development Fellows Program at Catholic Relief Service (CRS) is empowering zealous global members to assist in international relief program and development.
CRS provides fellows the materials and tools they need to enhance their abilities and acquire real world working experience while doing meaningful work. Each member works with knowledgeable CRS professional to find solutions to pressing issues affecting developing nation’s today.
CRS is accepting applications from people of different backgrounds who are devoted and zealous to it’s goal and vision to apply for a good number of job opportunities that provide opportunity to improve the live of the vulnerable and those that are disadvantaged around the world.
The organization is inviting applicants of different backgrounds who are committed to joining it’s mission and strategy.
About the CRS Fellowship
The fellows program is for those who want to build a career in International Development, with an emphasis on operations or program management.
Members usually complete a compulsory thorough practical class and training which covers supply chain, human resources, security, supply chain, partnership, capacity sharing, monitoring and evaluation, project management, project design, and proposal preparation, budget and resource management.
Many people who have successfully completed the program, lands jobs with CRS.
Each fellow or student will need to be residing in one of CRS country program for the one year fellowship.
Before you apply for the job, please visit the IDFO website to learn more about the learning objectives, structure, benefits and application requirement of the fellowship.
The fellowship is looking to build up skill in the following four areas:
- Project Management.
- Activity planning & , evaluation, aimplementation.
- Project Monitoring.
- Accountability & learning.
- Resource/budget management
- Project Design
- Research, assessments, analysis
- Results framework & theory of change.
- Proposal development
- Systems & Operations
- Supply chain and logistics.
- Human Resources.
- Finance & Compliance.
Safety, security, risk mitigation.
- Project planning.
- Program implementation.
- Capacity strengthening.
- Reflection & Assessment.
Application, Selection Process & Timeline
Application for all the categories will be closed on November 30, 2022. After which, the most qualified candidates will be invited to take language test, video interview and final interview.
You are advised to visit CRS FAQ for more detailed information.
Applicants will all be notified if and when they will advance to the next level of the selection process due to high volume of applications and rolling assessment.
About Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
CRS is an international public health organization that functions in more than 100 countries. They have earned very strong reputation as a top leader in rendering humanitarian work.
The aim of this organization is to eradicate poverty globally, respond to major emergencies, and implement sustainable development solution.
CRS help people based on need, not Creed or Race.
CRS have over 7,000 employees working in more than 100 countries, planning and implementing relief and development initiative in a variety of fields, including emergency response, HIV/AIDS, Agriculture, Health, Water, Education, Microfinance and peace building.
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