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  • Women in Nepal

    The Women's Refugee Commission unfortunately cannot acknowledge unsolicited applications for employment or internships. No calls, please.

    The Women’s Refugee Commission considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability. The Women’s Refugee Commission is an equal opportunity employer.

    Current job openings:


    Human Resources Director

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    Reporting to the Executive Director and as a member of the Executive Team, the Human Resources Director will oversee all aspects of the Human Resources department, ensuring best practices regarding systems, processes and tools that support recruiting, onboarding, benefits, staff development and training, performance management and compliance. This is a permanent part-time, exempt position, working 24-30 hours per week. 

    Associate Director, Gender and Social Inclusion

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    The Associate Director – Gender and Social Inclusion has lead responsibility for decision-making on the WRC’s work on gender and social inclusion, ensuring alignment with and advancing the wider organizational mission, strategic plans, and objectives. They play a central role in the WRC’s organizational strategic planning and thought leadership across the humanitarian sector. This position also leads the organization’s advocacy on resilience-based approaches, in consultation and collaboration with the WRC Advocacy and Communications teams and supervises staff working on disabilities, LGBTI persons, adolescents and youth.

    Research Advisor

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    The Women’s Refugee Commission is dedicated to the enhancement and support of interdisciplinary, high-quality qualitative and quantitative research, to continue to inform its advocacy. The focus of WRC’s program assessment, monitoring and evaluation supports practical improvements in advocacy, policy and programming among crisis-affected populations.