Careers at JIPS

JIPS is always on the lookout for driven team players who share its vision that people affected by displacement should be able to achieve sustainable solutions supported by the well-informed and collective decisions of governments and the humanitarian and development sectors.

Whatever your role, you will find working at JIPS a memorable and formative experience. The organisation is proud of its diverse and inclusive working environment, which fosters personal initiative, collaboration, innovation and professional growth.

Internships

JIPS is always looking for talented and motivated applicants for internships. You will be expected to be able to demonstrate high-quality work in the domain you have applied for, and to be passionate about your area of specialisation.

You will work in a team-oriented, collaborative environment, but you will also need to be able to work under your own initiative. JIPS believes internships should be learning experiences and considers it interns part of its team. They contribute to brainstorms and team meetings, and present their work to their colleagues.

Keep an eye out for current vacancies or send your CV and short cover letter to info@jips.org

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