Are you dreaming of exploring new horizons, immersing yourself in different cultures, and gaining valuable professional experience? Look no further! In this post, we will explore current organizations hiring for fully funded international jobs.
What are Fully Funded International Jobs?
Fully funded international jobs refer to employment opportunities that cover all or most of the expenses associated with working abroad. These positions are typically offered by governments, non-profit organizations, research institutions, or international corporations. The aim is to attract talented individuals who can contribute their expertise while gaining a deeper understanding of global issues.
Benefits of Fully Funded International Jobs:
a) Financial Support: One of the most significant advantages of these positions is the financial support provided. Expenses such as travel, accommodation, health insurance, and even daily living costs are often covered, relieving the financial burden associated with international work.
b) Professional Development: Working in a different country allows you to develop a wide range of skills, including cross-cultural communication, adaptability, and problem-solving. These experiences enhance your resume and make you a desirable candidate for future job opportunities.
c) Cultural Immersion: Living and working in a foreign country provides a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in a new culture, learn a new language, and gain a global perspective. This exposure fosters personal growth and broadens your understanding of different traditions, customs, and ways of life.
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d) Networking Opportunities: Fully funded international jobs connect you with professionals from diverse backgrounds and fields. Building a global network can open doors to future collaborations, partnerships, and career opportunities.
2 Organizations ( DanchurchAid and One Acre Fund) are hiring international staff right now.
DanChurchAid (DCA) is a Danish humanitarian organization that works to assist and empower people affected by poverty, conflict, and disasters around the world. The organization focuses on providing emergency relief, long-term development, and advocacy for social justice. DCA operates in more than 30 countries, including Kenya, South Sudan, Malawi, Uganda, and Sudan.
DanChurchAid (DCA) is looking for an experienced Head of Finance. The position is one year fix position with the possibility of extension based on performance and donor funding. Duty station will be Juba with frequent travels to field locations.
Offer: A two-years contract, competitive salary, comprehensive insurance, international staff earn 2.5 days of paid annual leave for each month of service equal to 30 working days per year, regular R&R and paid roundtrips in acordance with relevant handbook for international employees. Accommodation in Juba will be provided. This is an unaccompanied position.
One Acre Fund
One Acre Fund is a non-profit organization that operates in several African countries, including Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, and Zambia. The organization’s primary focus is on providing smallholder farmers with the resources and training they need to improve their harvests and incomes. One Acre Fund offers a comprehensive set of services to farmers, including access to high-quality seeds and fertilizers, financing for farm inputs, distribution of agricultural supplies, and training in modern farming techniques.
International candidates are invited to apply for these 3 Positions available right now at One Acre Fund
- Impact Division Manager ( To be based in Rwanda)
- Agricultural Systems Change Lead ( To be based in Kenya or Rwanda)
- Global Risk Manager ( To be based in Kenya or Rwanda)
- Health insurance, housing, and comprehensive benefits
- 2 year contract, with potential to transition into permanent role