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 MERL

The Water Project
Department: Program
Position title:  Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, Resolution, and Learning (MERL)
Job status: Full-time, exempt
Location:  Onsite - Concord, NH Office
Hours/week: 40-50

The Water Project’s Monitoring, Evaluation, Resolution, and Learning organizational work measures whether or not we are truly implementing our values of functionality, uptime, reliability, and geographical saturation.  For us, reliability is a covenantal commitment to those experiencing immense challenges connected to the global water crisis. The Monitoring, Evaluation, Resolution, and Learning department provides The Water Project with tools to build trust among partners, communities, and donors.

The Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, Resolution, and Learning works with information at the heart of our relationships among The Water Project US based staff, The Water Project Partners, our developing regional offices, and our contributing donors.  

Key Responsibilities
Co-create and oversee all aspects of data collection, analysis, and assessment.
Co-coordinate a Western Kenya Regional Service and Quality Control Hub alongside the regional director and the Director of Global Programs.
Improve and implement a fully-functioning monitoring and resolution system that is accessible to organizational partners, ensures a high standard of transparency, and enhances trust among all parties involved.  The primary questions that inform these systems should remain intimately connected to the experience and expertise of those in local field contexts and will as much as possible be customized to the work of particular partners.
Work closely with the Program Team to develop monitoring questions, integrate more efficient monitoring methods, and ensure accuracy of data, all in alignment with The Water Project’s program values.
Provide efficient access to all monitoring, evaluation, resolution, and learning data for internal TWP use and for use of partners.
Periodic international travel to The Water Project program areas.
Exhibit effective communication skills, both written and oral.
Report Directly to the Director of Global Programs.

Reporting Officer

The Water Project
Department: Program
Position title:  Reporting Officer, Full Time
Job status: Full-Time, exempt
Location:  Onsite - Concord, NH Office
Hours/week: 40-45

The Water Project’s reporting is the heart of critical relationships among community members in sub-Saharan Africa, local NGO partners, US based TWP staff, and donors who are looking for ways to contribute to just, contextually appropriate solutions to the global water crisis.  For us, reports tell stories of human strength and dignity, and reports point to the power of people who build networks of trust necessary for true development.  Furthermore, The Water Project has found reporting to be an effective and necessary tool within our monitoring and evaluation system because our reporting process integrates the voice and insight of individuals and communities on the ground in the areas we serve.  

Key Responsibilities
Quickly learn The Water Project’s specific reporting format.
Write a high volume of reports in Google Docs and/or Microsoft Word and Wordpress.
Proofread and edit reports written by others for publication on The Water Project website. 
Edit and format pictures for reports and other organizational applications.
Post reports to The Water Project website. 
Work with multiple informational platforms
Coordinate with Program Officer: Monitoring, Evaluation, Resolution, and Learning. 
Report to Director of Global Programs.

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

Director of Administration

Operation Blessing International (OBI), is seeking an experienced Director of Administration to advise the President on all matters dealing with administrative affairs.  This hands-on professional will be the point of contact and liaison for functions related to business operations, finance, planning and budgeting, human resources, and legal matters.

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


The IT Systems Analyst is responsible for managing the application and data warehouse databases, developing reports, and troubleshooting data issues.  Assists in the creation of data design, database architecture and data repositories. A large portion of responsibility involves working with user community to understand and retrieve data effectively. This position provides technical expertise to end users within the organization for both computer and mobile applications. This position is critical to the implementation of the organizations custom application that reports on Country Office operations.

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


The Graphic Design Intern will help showcase the transformational work in communities through water, for life, in Jesus’ name. He or she will create supporting materials under the guidance of the Graphic Designer and Marketing and Communications team. They will continue developing their design skills with an opportunity to focus on an area of design they are interested in. He or she will be a part of team meetings and brainstorms to kick off projects and will be encouraged to contribute ideas. Our team is full of energy and looking for someone to match our passion for sharing the stories of the thirsty.

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

Program Systems Analyst

The Program Systems Analyst will provide essential leadership for ALM in the emerging sector of global health information and data utilization. The person filling this role will be a hands-on technologist with strong experience in assessing organizational information system needs and designing, developing and launching technology solutions. This person must be a creative problem-solver, finding effective solutions to help design and implement information technology systems for ALM. He/she will network with other international, health and development organizations to learn and collaborate on tools which function in the low-resource settings in which ALM works. The role requires a diverse skillset, including strong technical skills and exceptional communication and collaboration skills with internal and external stakeholders. Program Systems Analyst job profile.


The Research Intern will help advance the results-based understanding of Living Water’s work to transform entire communities through water, for life, in Jesus’ name. As a member of the Strategy; Program Development team, he or she will assist in the monitoring, evaluation, and learning efforts by conducting secondary research, analyzing data, and developing reports.

To apply for this position, and to read a full description, please email

Senior Program Advisor

The Senior Program Advisor is the lead program expert for Living Water globally. He or she is responsible for working collaboratively with the organization’s International technical staff to develop and improve program models and approaches that support Living Water’s global strategic plan, as well as monitoring program execution to ensure desired results.

To apply for this position, and to read a full description, please email

Graphic Designer

The graphic designer is responsible and accountable for concept, design, and development of
responsive email designs, landing pages, social media, digital graphics, printed collateral
materials, presentations, and other promotional campaigns. The graphic designer stewards the
Living Water brand across all platforms of the organization.

To apply for this position, and to read a full description, please email

Human Resources Assistant (Canada)

Do you thrive on details and have strong organizational skills? Do you enjoy coordinating logistics and planning events? If so, we have an opportunity for you! World Renew, an agency of the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA), has an opening for a full time Human Resources Assistant on the Systems team, based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.  This position will provide administrative support to the Human Resources (HR) team, the World Renew Director in Canada and other teams as needed. Please visit our website at for more information or to apply.  Application deadline is March 4.

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

Donor Relations and Advancement Manager (USA)

World Renew, an agency of the CRCNA, has a full-time position opening for a Donor Relations and Advancement Manager. This position will work 40 hours per week (5 days/week) in the Grand Rapids offices. The position will work to cultivate and maintain relationships with donors to secure necessary funds; provide analysis and financial reporting of major and mid-level donor development; provide leadership and supervision to the team in the assigned country, and manage donor administrative systems in the USA. To apply, visit and complete an on-line application by March 2, 2018.

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


Region: Global
Job Category: Executive
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 7 March 2018
Potential Interview Date: 2 April 2018

Tearfund is an international Christian organisation based in the UK and working in over 50 developing countries.  It is passionate about working through the local church to address poverty. It believes poverty stems from broken relationships - with God, ourselves and others, and the wider creation.

Building on a strong reputation and a record of growth, Tearfund has inspired independent charitable organizations in a number of key countries to promote its work and optimize resources. It is now launching Tearfund US by completing the process of 501c3 registration this year. As a key part of this, the Chair of the Tearfund US Board is seeking to appoint a Chief Executive who will craft and deliver a US expression of Tearfund’s global vision for change. In the first few years, this will entail mobilizing an effective staff team, forming a strong network of supporters and partners, and establishing Tearfund US as an independent and committed member of the Tearfund worldwide family.

Our vision

To inspire and mobilise Christians in the US to be generous and take action alongside people living in poverty. Jesus is already present in the places of greatest need and there is an opportunity to challenge and encourage US Christians to go there too. In this work, Tearfund US will be strengthened through connectivity into Tearfund’s regional and global platforms.

Who you need to be

A creative, discerning senior executive who shares the vision and is ready to bring spiritual leadership to establishing the new organization and its reputation in the United States. A self-starter you will be able to build a high performing staff team, seek new opportunities for Tearfund's work, deliver new initiatives and work well with Tearfund in the UK.

You will have a strong knowledge and understanding of US church networks and be able to move seamlessly between different church tribes. A competent public speaker, your passion for overcoming poverty and injustice, and experience of advocating on behalf of others, will enable you to influence at all levels in society.

What is being offered

Remuneration and benefits will be agreed with the successful candidate.

The Tearfund US CEO will report to the newly-established Tearfund US Board of Directors and will work in close collaboration with the Executive Team of Tearfund in the UK.

There will be start-up investment funds to recruit a US team and open access to the knowledge and expertise of the global Tearfund family.

The role will be based in the US. The location where Tearfund US Headquarters will be set up is yet to be decided.  Significant travel is involved -  frequent trips within the US each month and internationally up to 10 weeks per year.

All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs and must have the legal right to live and work in the US.

We actively welcome expressions of interest from women and underrepresented groups.

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

Construction Supervisor

Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ. The organization serves the church worldwide to promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Hurricane Irma destroyed the island of Barbuda leaving the population desolate and hopeless. Samaritan’s Purse is currently working to clean up the island, and plans to rebuild its infrastructure. Click here to discover more about our work on the island! Help support our ongoing project by serving as our Construction Supervisor!

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

NCM Director of Development

Summary: Under oversight of the NCM Director, the Development Director will supervise the organizational development unit of the NCM office and be responsible for tactical planning and execution of NCM’s fundraising/marketing strategy.  In addition, the Development Director will engage in cross-functional decision-making through the direct supervision of the Donor Development Team, Affiliate Development Team, Partnership Development initiatives, and Advocacy Development initiatives.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

·         Direct Organizational Development Unit including ten full-time and two part-time personnel within the GMC and AP offices.

·         Direct the NCM Donor Development Team by providing direction and operational decision making for seven staff members including full time, part time and international staff in the Philippines for the purpose of constituent cultivation and fundraising.  This is to be achieved through planned gift and donor advised funds in partnership with the Nazarene Foundation, direct mail solicitation, major donor vision tours, website and social media engagement, printed materials and video production.

·         Direct the NCM Sponsor Relations Manager and the Affiliate Development Team by providing direction and operational decision making for seven staff including those in the Philippines in the areas of international child sponsorship, donor relations and donor retention.

·         Direct Partnership Development initiatives by providing direction and operational decision making for internal partnership development with Nazarene entities as well as external interdenominational and parachurch partnership development.

·         Direct Advocacy Development initiatives by providing direction and operational decision making for print and video materials.  Provide training for local church Nazarene Compassionate Ministries promoters.

·         Direct the content, design and production of various media communications and news releases for the Nazarene constituency, child sponsors, and NCM fund donors.

·         Direct the preparation of (written, audio-visual) materials for all NCM publications and for all, programs, projects, campaigns, reporting and other needs.

·         Direct the content and presentation of material on the NCM web page.

·         Direct the monitoring of available news centers to research information on world events, disasters, political crises, etc.

·         Direct NCM’s relationship with the Church of the Nazarene Foundation and direct NCM’s strategy with regards to planned gifts.

·         Direct research with survey and focus groups and analyze giving trends to make changes in promotional strategy.

·         Direct the implementation of donor campaigns and development programs; projects for NCM and marketing strategies.  Coordinate with staff as needed for these implementations.

·         Prepare and monitor annual budget for constituent cultivation, marketing, child sponsor and computer programming development activity expenses.

·         Responsible for fiscal management and results of our fundraising campaigns and appeals.

·         Responsible for relationship development with the Nazarene constituency directly and through internal/external media contacts on behalf of NCM.

·         Seek maximum dissemination and exposure of NCM Projects, CS sponsorship opportunities and other funding needs.

·         Organize and facilitate annual Vision Tours with major donors.

·         Represent NCM as needed.

Minimum Education/Experience Required:

·         Master’s degree in Marketing

·         CFRE, Certified Fundraising Executive 

·         10 years of experience in management and marketing

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, talk, stand, walk, use hands, see (specific vision abilities required – including the ability to adjust focus) and hear.  In addition, the employee may be required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; taste or smell.  Employee must regularly lift/move up to 25 pounds and may frequently lift/move up to 40 pounds.

Work Environment: The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Include “Director of Development Applicant” in the subject line.

Chief Operating Officer

ORPHANetwork (, a Virginia Beach faith-based NGO serving orphans in Nicaragua has an immediate need for a Chief Operating Officer.

This person will be a successful nonprofit executive who has demonstrated fundraising success, but also enjoys team building and being involved in the overall U.S. operations of an organization.  In this $15 million nonprofit, all seven Virginia Beach-based employees will report to the Chief Operating Officer, a new position which reports to the Chief Executive Officer. 

The COO is responsible for leading the U.S. operations located in Virginia Beach and growing donations and in-kind support.  The Virginia Beach office has the following functions: a) marketing and fundraising, b) finance and accounting, c) donor relations, d) human resources and general administration and e) SMART® Missions partnerships with churches (vision and service trips).   In addition, the COO is responsible for raising funds from high net worth donors, churches, businesses and other potential sources of on-going support.  The COO serves as a member of the senior leadership team and participates in the organization’s Board meetings.

To learn more see our video and Opportunity Profile found at  Please send the materials requested in the Opportunity Profile to Tommy Thomas at 

Vice President of Shared Services

Apply to:  Vice President of Shared Services

Reporting to the President and Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President of Shared Services will ideally be located at Medical Teams International office in Tigard, Oregon and will be responsible for providing long term planning, integration and management of key global strategic functions. This new role brings together the critical strategic and administrative activities under one leader with the intention of further increasing the strategic and operational effectiveness, efficiency and speed of these critical functions to help Medical Teams to deploy health services and support to some of the world’s most vulnerable people quickly and nimbly. This position provides executive leadership over critical support functions for the organization including finance, HR, IT, administration, procurement, compliance, risk and safety.

The VP of Shared Services will play a crucial role on the Executive Leadership Team (ExL) to ensure that resources are aligned to support the overall strategic direction of the organization and to strengthen the organizational functioning of the organization, thereby enabling excellent programming and growth.

The right person in this role will share a deep and personal affinity to the Calling of the MTI: “Daring to love like Jesus, we boldly break barriers to health and restore wholeness in a hurting world” and the values of the organization including courage, tenacity, accountability, selflessness, and an understanding that we are not alone—God is with us.


The Vice President of Shared Services provides executive leadership of the key strategic functions of finance, human resources, information technology & services, compliance, risk management, procurement, security, and administration. The purpose of this role is to continuously improve the strategic and operational effectiveness, efficiency and speed of these critical functions to increase MTI’s ability to quickly and nimbly deploy health services to some of the world’s most vulnerable people.


  • Work with the President and Chief Executive Officer as well as other Vice Presidents and Directors to lead and manage Medical Teams through a significant strategic and organizational change.
  • Provide visionary leadership and management of the organization’s service functions, to ensure the overall performance and achievement of Medical Team’s vision (“calling”), strategy, and strategic plan ensuring that our support services enable quality program and fund-raising execution.
  • Increase the operational effectiveness and efficiency to help position Medical Teams as a partner of choice in a very competitive humanitarian landscape with the ability to scale up and down in new countries quickly.
  • Set long-term strategic direction for the administrative functions, anticipate key trends, opportunities and vulnerabilities and position functional support to ensure that Medical Teams infrastructure and systems are stable and supports the demands of current programs and future growth.
  • Contribute to overall strategy, leadership, values, culture and decision-making through active membership of the Executive Leadership Team and Senior Leadership Team.
  • Work with our HR team to strengthen and improve Medical Teams employee engagement, talent acquisition and development, as well as leadership development. Help develop, model, and mentor senior leaders to attract and retain talented and gifted staff who are called to serve with Medical Teams.
  • Improve operational effectiveness by overseeing and developing headquarters support services and extending these services to be fully global, inclusive of field focused support systems in finance, human resources, information and digital technology, procurement and supply chain, and compliance and risk.
  • Ensure accountability and support administrative functional areas and the Executive Team by strengthening organizational dashboards and reports, use of data, and trends analysis to measure organizational progress and determine the overall health of the organization and to compare key indicators with global external non-profit standards.
  • Support the Board, the President/CEO, and other fellow Executives or Senior Leaders with insightful input in key organizational decisions.
  • Foster a service mindset and ensure cooperation and engagement with other strategic divisions within the Executive Team including Field Operations and Marketing and Development to ensure a unified strategy across all aspects of our ministry.
  • Employ an effective, diplomatic, and influential communication style that works across a wide range of Medical Teams staff from different countries and cultures to gain support and implement positive and successful change initiatives to improve overall processes and systems.
  • Provide key data and information for the executive team to make complex organizational and strategic decisions based on the right analysis, synthesis, and interpretation of data and trends.

Search Terms: NGO, Non-Profit, Non-Governmental Organization, Faith based, Administration, Global, Humanitarian, Relief, Development, Disaster, Emergency



  • Required: Bachelor’s degree in a related field, e.g., economics, accounting, finance, business administration, information systems, public administration/management.
  • Preferred: Master’s degree in a related field.


  • Minimum 15 years of increasingly responsible work experience in a combination of finance, human resources, compliance, or information technology disciplines (i.e., experience across several of the functions that this role oversees). Financial or accounting background is required.
  • Minimum 7 years of experience applying the above disciplines within an international development or humanitarian context or organization.
  • Ability to support and embrace MTI’s calling/mission.
  • Demonstrated ability to build high performing, nimble, and agile organizations through effective processes, shared support services and systems for global operations in developing nations.
  • Experience developing strategic plans in support of organizational goals and initiatives.
  • History of setting and meeting ambitious targets and taking calculated risks aimed at delivering added value.
  • Extensive record of successful workforce, financial and resource management.
  • Track record of establishing a high performing culture.
  • Governance experience in reporting results to for-profit or non-profit Boards of Directors.
  • Team player with a track record of building, motivating, facilitating and engaging teams; establishing accountability; and developing leaders.
  • Solution oriented.
  • Systems thinker.
  • Innovative.
  • Ability to regularly travel internationally to lower income nations.

Church Relations Associate (Canada)

Do you have a heart for connecting with churches about ministry? If so, World Renew has an opportunity for you!  World Renew, an agency of the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA), has a full time parental leave opening for a Church Relations Associate on the Constituency Relations team, based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.  The incumbent will set up relevant programs in, provide support to, and initiate ideas in the Constituency Relations (CORE) team in Canada, including the Church Relations sub-team, in consultation with other staff including the associate director. Please visit our website at for more information or to apply.  Application deadline is February 5, 2018.   

Program Coordinator (Canada)

Do you love working with and engaging youth and young adults in meaningful opportunities?  Do you have experience in public relations?  If so, we may have an opportunity for you!  World Renew, an agency of the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA), has a full time opening for a Program Coordinator for World Renew’s Global Engagement Opportunities (GEO) program, based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.  The incumbent will implement an effective GEO program in Canada, organize Connections Tours, inspire and engage youth and young adults particularly in the Christian Reformed Church (CRC) in global thinking and kingdom action.  Please visit our website at for more information or to apply.  Application deadline is January 29, 2018.