HR & Administration Team (National Positions) – Al-Hasakah 68 views

NRC is expanding its programmes to North East Syria in line with the Response Plan for 2020. The programme will initially focus on education, including repair and rehabilitation of learning spaces, but NRC will also plan longer-term sustainable programming in the governorate within other core competencies (LFS, Capacity Building, Shelter/WASH). The education programme in Al-Hasakah governorate will include emergency response, transitional and recovery programmes out-of-camps for children and youth.
Duties and responsibilities

The HR and Administration team will assist the Area Manager and Field Office Coordinator in establishing NRC’s operations in Al-Hasakah governorate, including setting up the office in line with NRC procedures and to provide necessary support for implementing the programme activities. The HR and Administration team will be responsible for the all aspects of human resources and administrative tasks in close collaboration with the HR and Administration units at Country Office in Damascus. NRC is looking for the following positions to join the HR and Administration team:

For more information about the responsibilities and minimum qualifications for each position, please see the links with job descriptions. Please specify in the application letter which position you are applying for based on your professional qualifications and experience.


The recruitment process will start immediately after the deadline for applications, and the process will be completed before the end of 2020.

We welcome applications from qualified and motivated persons and encourage female candidates to apply.
We can offer
Contract period: Up to one year, renewable based on NRC fund and performance.
Salary/benefits:According to NRC’s salary scale and terms and conditions.
Duty Station: Al-Hasakah

Candidates who do not fill the website application form in details may not be considered.

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