Accord Job Board

Does your organization have a Relief & Development job or internship that you would like posted on our jobs board? Email us the job posting, job location, a URL to the posting on your site, and application deadline as well as any other pertinent information on the job and we will get your posting up ASAP. This service is $45 per month for non-members (up to 5 postings) and is FREE for all Accord member organizations (up to 15 postings). Click here to contact us with your job postings! 

Internship listings will now be included in the job board. If you would like your internship listing posted, please use the link above to contact us.

*Please note: jobs will be removed every thirty days beginning March 1, 2017. If you'd like a listing to remain on the job board, please send it to jon[at]accordnetwork[dot]org.*

Director of Nursing (Network-Wide)

CURE has an exceptional opportunity for a Director of Nursing, which could be based almost anywhere on the African continent where a CURE hospital exists. By modeling professionalism and concern for excellence, the Director of Nursing is primarily responsible for providing leadership to the nursing departments and staff members across the hospitals of the CURE network.  The Director of Nursing is an active participant of the Medical leadership team to ensure that nursing is represented as an integral part of the patient care strategy.

To apply for this position and to read a full description, visit the site here.

Information Technology (IT) Analyst

CURE is seeking candidates for an exceptional opportunity for an Information Technology (IT Analyst).  The Information Technology (IT) Analyst is a member of the Technology team and is responsible for supporting applications and computer/network systems at CURE’s Mission Support Center (MSC).  The IT Analyst works closely with, and takes direction from, the Senior IT Analyst to ensure that MSC information technology needs are well supported and maintained.  In addition, the IT Analyst may, on occasion, be called upon to support CURE’s field operations in the hospitals or programs.  That support will, in most cases, be provided remotely from the MSC, but may require travel to the field.

To apply for this position and to read a full description, visit the site here.

Chief Compliance Officer and In-House Counsel

CURE is seeking candidates for an exceptional opportunity for a Chief Compliance Officer and In-House Counsel.  The Chief Compliance Officer and In-House Counsel is responsible for championing the organization's compliance program, and acting as a consultative, strategic resource on all legal and regulatory matters for the organization.

To apply for this position and to read a full description, visit the site here.

Chief Advancement Officer

CURE is seeking candidates for an exceptional opportunity for a Chief Advancement Officer.  The Chief Advancement Officer oversees all development functions, including strategic planning, marketing and donor engagement, public relations and corporate communications, business development, and related functions.  The Chief Advancement Officer fosters a culture of authentic engagement and accountable stewardship within the organization and ensures that the people, systems, and procedures within the development, marketing and communications, and grants management areas support program development and overall financial health of the organization.

To apply for this job and to read a full description, please visit this site.

WASH Program Officer

Reporting to the Director of Program Quality, the WASH Program Officer will serve as an invaluable member of the Global Programs Team. You will contribute to the overall continuous evaluation and improvement of Lifewater programs around the globe. You will answer the questions: “What are we doing that is working? What could be better?”  You will analyze actual data from our field programs to support your answer and make recommendations on how to improve the program.

Your three primary areas of responsibility are:

Program Data Analysis

Review program data gathered from Akvo FLOW and turn raw data into actionable intelligence for field program managers and Lifewater leadership.
Prepare well-developed reports for mulitple stakeholders based on your analysis of program data to help them remain informed about progress and changes.
Recommend program and training modifications based on data. 

Monitoring & Evaluation

Conduct regular on-site monitoring of Lifewater programs, shadowing/interviewing program staff and participants to determine effectiveness of interventions.
Provide ongoing support and equip field staff as the programs progress through the various stages of intervention.
Use program data to track progress toward and evaluate achievement of program activities, objectives, and goals and support field teams in continuous improvement.
Determine gaps in program plans and make recommendations to address them.
Contribute to the preparation of proposals and reports for internal and external stakeholders, including institutional funders.

Training & Capacity Building

Facilitate in-country training for field staff and relevant community leaders, including but not limited to Healthy Communities, Healthy Homes, Healthy Schools, and refresher trainings for field staff before and during program intervention.
Continuously improve curriculum and operations manuals based on lessons learned from M&E and analysis of program data.
Contribute to the overall development of Lifewater programming by remaining relevant in the WASH sector, and by representing Lifewater in various forums.

To apply for this position, and to read a full description, please visit the member site here.

Senior Director of Microfinance

The senior director of microfinance directs and manages HOPE International’s global network of Christ-centered microfinance program activities. This includes the direct management of HOPE’s consolidated microfinance institutions (MFIs), as well as sponsorship and support of HOPE’s network of like-minded microfinance partners. 10+ years of professional experience in microfinance, financial services, and/or banking strongly preferred. To learn more and apply, please visit HOPE’s careers page.

Program Manager

The Program Support Officer contributes to the calling of Medical Teams International by providing program management support to various country programs, the Senior Program Manager or Program Manager, and the Global Program Director. Areas of involvement include partnership building, medical product logistics, finance, safety & security, data management, policy compliance, and emergency response.

To apply for this position and to read a full description, please visit the member site here.

Senior Program Manager

The Senior Program Manager (SPM) plays a key role in the management, development, growth, implementation and monitoring of assigned country programs. Reporting to the Global Programs Director, the SPM oversees a defined group of activities with particular emphasis on Sudden Onset and Displacement programs. The SPM will manage and mentor a small team of one or two Program Support Officers and one or two Country Directors/Managers. The SPM is well organized, a strong communicator, a skilled manager, a resources mobiliser, a strategic planner, and an influencer.

To apply for this position, and to read a full description, please visit the member site here.


The Accountant plays an essential role in ensuring the accurate and effective financial management of Forgotten Voices International, a nonprofit dedicated to demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ by equipping churches in southern Africa to meet the physical and spiritual need of children orphaned by HIV/AIDS in their local communities. Specifically, the Accountant will oversee the accounting and reporting operations of the organization by controlling and verifying financial transactions; preparing and maintaining the organization’s annual budget; coordinating the annual audit, and performing other related administrative duties, as assigned. A successful Accountant combines excellent analytical skills with a thorough knowledge of nonprofit accounting principles to analyze financial reports and forecasts. The ideal candidate must have experience in nonprofit organization, with experience in an international setting a plus.

To apply for this position, please download the application here.


East-West Ministries, a 25-year old, $19 million non-denominational ministry based in the Dallas area, is looking for an Executive Vice President of Field Ministries. EW is dedicated to planting churches and equipping Christian leaders and pastors among unreached people groups and in restricted access nations.

The ideal candidate will have a strong combination of leadership (nonprofit or corporate), pastoral and field experience. They need to be strategic, being charged with balancing a tremendous amount of moving parts; nine regions, 52 countries, 220+ missionaries (all of whom raise their own support) and five VP-level direct reports. 

East-West is best described as a “non-traditional” missions organization, full of relational entrepreneurs stretched out across the globe (often working in very challenging areas). As such, there are always fires that need to be put out, security issues that require immediate attention, and tough calls that must be made. This is a support-raised position (meaning this role would need to raise or supply their own support).

To read a full description and/or apply for this position, please visit

In-Kind Donations Specialist

The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • Knowledge of basic warehousing and transportation practices and procedures
  • Excellent analytical and math skills
  • Excellent clerical and organizational skills, accuracy and neatness
  • Excellent Microsoft Office skills with emphasis in Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to establish rapport with all levels of OB staff, as well as various levels within the private, public and government sectors
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to work in a highly-structured environment
  • Ability to work independently and as an effective member of a team
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks effectively to meet ongoing department deadlines

If you desire to make a difference in the lives of others, share our vision and purpose, we would like to hear from you! Submit an online application, resumes without applications will not be given full consideration.

To apply for this position, please visit the member site here.

Country Consultant – Honduras, Central America

Are you a bilingual (English and Spanish) skilled leader with a gift for developing cross-cultural ministry strategies and policies? Do you have experience in providing oversight and direction to staff and partners on community development projects? World Renew, an agency of the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA), has a full time opening for a Country Consultant based in Honduras.

This position will provide leadership in the development of World Renew’s strategy in-country, to the overall strategy and policies of the Ministry Team, all partner organizations and directly implemented projects and will be the lead consultant with one to five partner organizations or projects. At least one partner organization will be organizationally complex.

To apply for this position and to read a full description, please visit the member site here.

International Inventory Manager

Operation Blessing International (OBI), an international humanitarian relief and development organization, is seeking a highly organized International Inventory Manager to assist the Warehouse and Export Manager to oversee all gift-in-kind inventory for OB International offices, assess and monitor financial activity of Operation Blessing’s International Shipping Department, and satisfy all shipping-related invoice and reimbursement requirements of vendors, international offices, and partners.

To read the full description and to apply for this position, please visit the member site here.

Director of Communications

The Center for Public Justice (CPJ) seeks a Director of Communications responsible for all aspects of communications. This position reports to the CEO and supervises the work of a staff team including two editors and interns, and supports CPJ’s full staff team.

Inquiries and application materials should be sent via email (with the resume as a Word or PDF attachment) to the contact below, referencing “Director of Communications” in the subject line. No paper applications or phone calls pleas.

Ms. Carrie Pickell

Humanitarian Advisor

CRISTA Ministries. "Where faith meets vocation."

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES: Responsibilities, Accountabilities, and Competencies; May not include all duties of this job

  • Build capacity of local partners in the Middle East region to ensure continued excellence and success.
  • Provide expertise on project development and implementation, with a goal of fullness of life for individuals and communities in the areas of WC’s work.
  • Mentor local project staff on the highest level of technical excellence and compassion among the program staff, promoting God-led programming.
  • Promote the work of partners and overall WC humanitarian programs in collaboration with other WC departments and services to ensure program growth.
  • Expand WC’s work in humanitarian programming by developing and securing grant funding.
  • Provide technical review of proposals and strategic plans for disaster response, early recovery and DRR programs by WC field teams.
  • Conduct field visits for quality assurance and technical support as needed.
  • Represent WC and local partners within the humanitarian context.
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with potential donors and technical support agencies in the Middle East region.
  • Represent WC to selected professional groups in regards to humanitarian programs.  Share findings in workshops and conferences as appropriate.
  • Represent WC and partners in implementation fora, such as the cluster system, NGO consortia, etc., as available.
  • Maintain current knowledge on best practices in humanitarian affairs by participating in selected professional groups, workshops, conferences, and by research and professional learning.
  • Work collaboratively with supervisor, coworkers and customers.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

To read a full description and to apply for this position, please visit the member site here.

Study Abroad Program Coordinator

This position coordinates, manages, and enforces all requirements related to the following student travel abroad programs: short-term faculty-led study abroad programs, internships/mentorships, research, competitions/conferences and missions trips. This positions serves as the primary point of coordination for over 30 faculty led courses that has historically resulted in over 600 students participating annually, which is over 70% of all study abroad participation on campus. This position also plays a key or complementary role in travel registration, student applicant management, program director training, and compliance issues governing best practices according to the Department of Justice endorsed Forum for Education Abroad Standards (of which Baylor is a member). As part of the fastest growing segment in study abroad nationally, faculty led coordination is mission critical to study abroad running smoothly and effectively.

To apply for this position and to read a full job description, please visit the member site here.

Senior Director, Houston Major Gifts

Job Purpose:

Initiate, develop, and sustain relationship with high-level donors with the goal of fostering a greater partnership between Living Water and individuals, churches, or corporations. Communicate Living Water’s Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.

To read the full description and to apply to this position, please visit the member site here.

Finance and Support Services Director - Sudan

Provide overall leadership, oversight and management support for all aspects of financial management in the National Office. This position is seen as a strategic partner, member of the Senior Management/Leadership Team of the NO, with a focus on ensuring accountability, stewardship, coordinating planning and budgeting processes, providing accurate financial data, analysis and advices, as well as developing financial strategy that best serves the NO strategic and program objectives. Responsible for the finance staff capacity strengthening, the development and implementation of good internal controls, risk management, and utilization and safe guarding of assets according to WV approved policies and procedures.

Provide leadership to the Supply Chain team ensuring that the procurement of organizational resources is executed effectively, efficiently and economically.

Provide overall leadership to the ICT team and ensure that the office has reliable, sufficient connectivity and the organizations information systems and resources are adequately protected.

Provide overall leadership to the Administration function ensuring that the national office is effectively supported and staff have a clean, secure and hospitable place to work.

To apply for this position and to read a full description, please visit the member site here.