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Concern Worldwide US supports an international network of teams with thousands of staff across four continents, all working toward the common goal of eliminating extreme poverty. Join us!

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About Us

Concern Worldwide US (CUS) is an independent affiliate of Concern Worldwide, with offices in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. CUS advances the Concern Worldwide mission through mobilizing financial and human resources, as well as influencing and activating networks in the US to elevate programs globally.

Concern envisions a world where no one lives in poverty, fear, or oppression where everyone can exercise their rights to a decent standard of living with equal access to opportunities. We believe in creating a culture of inclusion where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to the workplace. Building a diverse and inclusive team is an absolute necessity to deliver the solutions needed to achieve our core mission, because without promoting justice and equality, we cannot eliminate extreme poverty.

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About You

Passionate. Compassionate. You want to come to work and feel inspired. You want to help change the world.

Learner. You have the willingness to learn and grow in your own professional development.

Action-oriented. You know how to get things done. You set challenging goals and then develop plans to deliver and achieve them.

Innovative. You think big. You think critically. You create solutions.

Collaborative. You know how to work across teams and time zones to meet deadlines and achieve ambitious goals.

Please check this page often, as we update the vacancy page regularly. Concern aims to ensure that all employees are valued for their contribution and are given the opportunity to realize their full potential with the organization. Concern Worldwide U.S. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

It is Concern Worldwide US’s policy to employ, compensate and advance employees without regard to race, color, religion/creed, alienage, ancestry, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender nonconformity, identity, presentation or expression (including cisgender/transgender, non-binary or intersex status), genetic information, mental or physical disability, military or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.  All are encouraged to apply.