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Première Urgence Internationale regularly recruits staff to expand and/or renew the team at our headquarters. For the majority of posts, we look for experience in international solidarity and strong operations management and activity management skills.
In the field
Commitment and professionalism are the two main characteristics of the 200 men and women each year who take turns at working in the field to implement Première Urgence Internationale’s emergency and post-emergency programmes.
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A powerful sense of commitment. Strong skills and knowledge. A clear sense of right and wrong and a desire to join us and progress as part of our organisation. If that sounds like you, click here to find out how you can realise your professional aspirations with Première Urgence Internationale..
“In any context, if nothing is done in terms of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene there will be risks of epidemics”
Kares Mwahulwa is an engineer of Congolese origin. He holds the position of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Coordinator in the Central African Republic (CAR). He discusses this essential area and his background.
Jehad Abu Hassan: 10 years of intervention in Gaza
Jehad Abu Hassan has been working with Première Urgence Internationale on its Palestine mission since 2011. Now Field Coordinator for the Gaza Strip, he looks back on his career and shares with us the highlights of his experience during this decade. A period punctuated by several wars.
Humanitarian: the determination to act from the field
Charlotte Gout has been working at Première Urgence Internationale for six years. It was the desire to go out to the field that attracted her and motivated her to join our teams. She started as an intern in 2015 at the NGO’s headquarters and then left for Chad as a Field Coordination Assistant. One thing leading to another, her journey took her to Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and finally Afghanistan. She shares her story.