Careers

CARE Canada employs staff in the field and within Canada to support programs overseas. The international staff CARE hires, almost without exception, are individuals with previous work experience in developing countries or nations in transition.

We encourage you to register your resume during this visit to ensure you are considered for openings over the next year. Once you've applied to a specific position, you will receive an email confirming receipt. The database is scanned daily and you will be contacted if your skills and experience complement a position. Please update your information regularly.

CARE Canada does not accept applications submitted through mail, email, telephone, fax or any other means. Please visit our Job Opportunities page for more information:

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Featured position: Vice President, Partnerships for Global Change

CARE Canada is hiring a Vice President, Partnerships for Global Change. This position is responsible for overseeing partnerships, innovation and program design in support of CARE Canada’s mission and strategy, the future-oriented strategic direction of CARE, and all direct mobilization of financial resources, including the mobilization of traditional program funding through the Canadian government and multilaterals, private donor fundraising and private sector engagement, and the development of strategic partnerships aimed at transformational change and multiplying impact. Overseeing a large staff team, the VP, PGC is also a key leader of CARE Canada’s senior leadership team, where critical analysis and collaborative problem-solving skills are the norm.

To explore this key leadership position at CARE Canada further, please contact Jane Griffith at jane.griffith@odgersberndtson.com or Kristen Manning at kristen.manning@odgersberndtson.com or visit the job ad located here.


About CARE Canada employment

CARE Canada employs 100-150 staff annually to support its programs overseas. Contracts vary in length and are dependent on project activity, duration and funding. International staff manage or work on projects, administer field office functions, provide technical advice (in areas such as water/sanitation, small enterprise and economic development, food security and livelihoods, and health) and support emergency humanitarian assistance programs.

CARE Canada's head office is located in Ottawa. Staff in Ottawa support international programs in program management, program support and technical assistance, fundraising and communications, human resources management, and financial administration.

While CARE Canada does not have an overseas volunteer program, we do engage volunteers locally and offer a limited amount of domestic and international internship opportunities. These opportunities are always listed on the Careers page as well. CARE recognizes that an international assignment as a volunteer or intern is an excellent way to begin a career in international development or humanitarian assistance. Many CARE employees developed their skills and acquired that critical "first international work experience" as a volunteer or intern.

Information about other organizations offering volunteer placements is available from the Canadian Council for International Cooperation (CCIC).

Internships

CARE Canada offers a limited number of internship and volunteer opportunities each year. Learn more >>

Click here to learn more about volunteering overseas to support CARE’s Growing Nutrition for Mothers and Children (GROW) and Southern Africa Nutrition Initiative (SANI) projects. Volunteer placements through Cuso International will work to support CARE Country Office programing in Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique and Ethiopia in areas like Maternal and Child Nutrition, Organizational Development, Agriculture Advisor and Monitoring and Evaluation.

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CARE Canada was the proud receipient of Employment Ontario's award for “Investing in the Workplace" in 2016.