Fred Mugabi didn’t start his career in information management, but his passion for the work empowers him to make a meaningful impact
“NORCAP provides the opportunity to improve the welfare of those affected by humanitarian crisis, contributing to life-saving interventions for affected communities and restoring normalcy.”
Rana believes that building trust and relationships are essential to succeed
"Personally, I believe that building trust and relationships is essential to succeed both as a humanitarian and as a leader. And as one of the few women leaders here in Jordan, I feel a responsibility to be a good leader."
Working at NRC has raised Rania's expectations for fairness and equality
"Working at NRC has widened my geographic horizons too. I will always be welcome anywhere in the world. I have met so many lovely people, even when they had lived through harmful experiences, from so many different nationalities and cultures."
Innocent helps people to become independent of food aid
"In order to evolve, I seized all opportunities to learn: created my own learning journal, listened to my supervisors and the experts in my team, and actively participated to NRC training," says Innocent.
Leandro works all over the world as a NORCAP education expert
"NORCAP calls me for deployment on a regular basis, giving me the opportunity to work all over the world in challenging settings and fulfilling positions."
Stine alternates between missions in the field and stints at Head Office
"I appreciate the fact that NRC colleagues are highly competent. That our teams have the ambition to achieve something together instead of working as individuals. That we are always challenging ourselves to do better."
Returned to the country she fled, Naw now helps other refugees in Myanmar
"Since working at NRC, I have developed a positive attitude. I have realised that understanding is the key to meeting the diversity of people, backgrounds and situations that we encounter. I feel more confident in applying my knowledge and skills too."
NORCAP expert Sabine helps people access sexual and reproductive healthcare
“Working as a humanitarian means being ready any time to go anywhere for an urgent job in high risk situations to save lives and protect human rights. NORCAP accompanies their experts on this challenging road by giving support, training and guidance before, during and after the mission.”
Who we recruit
At the Norwegian Refugee Council, we recruit experts in a variety of fields. Find out more about the profiles and backgrounds we are looking for, our employment opportunities and the guiding principles we follow.
What we offer
The Norwegian Refugee Council strives to provide safe working conditions, valuable employee benefits and opportunities for learning and development - all in a collaborative environment.
How to join us
The recruitment process in The Norwegian Refugee Council is thorough, and we place strong emphasis on our future employees' humanitarian and ethical principles, and the importance of diversity and equality.