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UN Jobs-Resettlement Manager/USA/2023

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United States

Short Information

  • Organization: IRC
  • Location: USA
  • Type: Full Time
  • Job Title: Resettlement manager
  • Close on: 24 Apr 2023

About Organization

IRC stands for International Rescue Committee, which is a global humanitarian organization that provides assistance to refugees, displaced persons, and vulnerable communities affected by conflicts and disasters around the world.

The IRC was founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein to help refugees fleeing Nazi Germany. Since then, it has expanded its reach to provide aid in more than 40 countries worldwide. Its work includes providing emergency assistance such as shelter, food, and water; delivering healthcare services; promoting education; and supporting economic recovery and development.

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The organization is headquartered in New York City and has offices and operations in countries such as Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Uganda, among others. The IRC is funded by governments, private donors, and institutions, and is led by President and CEO David Miliband.

About UN Jobs-Resettlement Manager/USA/2023

In order to assist recently resettled refugees and other qualified immigrants in reaching self-sufficiency, the Resettlement Manager is responsible for the formulation, execution, and fulfillment of all grants, contracts, and activities linked to reception and resettlement services. They supervise a group of employees, oversee quality control initiatives and reporting, and cultivate productive working connections with neighborhood partners.

Among others, but not exclusively, responsibilities are:

  • manage all service grants and contracts’ creation, execution, compliance, and conclusion in an efficient manner.
  • Monitor program spending and budgets to guarantee that expenditures stay within allotted limits.
  • responsible for making sure that information about services and programs is reported accurately and on time to donors and other relevant parties.
  • Form alliances with internal and external stakeholders, such as cooperating organizations and service providers.
  • Work closely with coworkers to promote the client-centered service model’s smooth service delivery to clients.
  • Report on activities, outcomes, and any potential problem areas on a regular basis to the leadership.
  • Handle a team in accordance with the IRC’s standards for people managers. Staff members should get training and coaching on all program-related duties.
  • Create internal program policies and processes, put them into effect, and train people in them.
  • Replicate the resettlement team at meetings, conferences, and other events.
  • Encourage departmental collaboration and information sharing for periodicals, program evaluations, etc.
  • Work in concert with the Deputy Director and other local leaders to determine the team’s direction and administration, including actions like developing new programs, writing grants, and cultivating and supporting donors.

UN Jobs-Resettlement Manager/USA/2023 Requirments


  •  Bachelor’s degree required; preferably in social work or a related field of study. Advanced degree preferred.


  • 5 years at the very least of relevant professional experience
  • Strong preference for previous experience dealing with immigrant and/or refugee communities.
  • Strong preference for previous experience leading a group of direct service providers.


  • proficient in the language(s) used by the client group; fluency in both spoken and written English is preferred.


We provide a wide range of advantages that are very competitively priced. A 403b retirement savings plan with immediately vested matching, disability & life insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program that is available to our staff and their families to support counseling and other services are among the benefits offered in the US. These include 10 sick days, 10 US holidays, 20–25 paid time off days depending on role and tenure, medical insurance starting at $120 per month, dental insurance starting at $7 per month, and vision insurance starting at $5 per month.


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