Jobs im Roten Kreuz

Rotkreuz-Mitarbeiter halten ein rotes Kreuz


Das Österreichische Rote Kreuz (ÖRK)
ist mit über 8.250 hauptberuflichen und 73.000 freiwilligen Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern eine von weltweit 190 Rotkreuz- bzw. Rothalbmond-Gesellschaften. 

 

Alle Engagierten folgen einer Mission: das Leben von Menschen in Not und sozial Schwachen zu verbessern. Zu den Hauptaufgaben des ÖRK zählen der Rettungsdienst, Pflege und Betreuung, Blutspende, Katastrophenvorsorge, Katastrophenhilfe und Entwicklungszusammenarbeit.

 

Hier finden Sie die aktuellen freien Stellen im Österreichischen Roten Kreuz. Wenn Sie eine Ausschreibung anspricht und Sie Interesse an einer Mitarbeit in einer international operierenden humanitären Organisation haben, dann freuen wir uns auf Ihre Bewerbung. Bitte lassen Sie uns diese an die im jeweiligen Inserat angegebene Adresse zukommen.


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Personalverrechner/in (20-30 Wochenstunden)

Das Österreichische Rote Kreuz, Landesverband Tirol sucht zur Ergänzung im Bereich Personalverrechnung eine/n Personalverrechner/in.

Details: Tirol, Rotes Kreuz Landesverband Tirol, Steinbockallee 13, 6063 Rum, Hauptberuflich

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TeamassistentIn für die mobile Pflege und Betreuung gesucht

TeamassistentIn für die mobile Pflege und Betreuung im Einsatzzentrum Irdning ab sofort in Teilzeitanstellung gesucht

Details: Steiermark, Irdning, Hauptberuflich

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MitarbeiterIn Marketing und Kommunikation - Schwerpunkt Fundraising

MitarbeiterIn Marketing und Kommunikation - Schwerpunkt Fundraising für 40 Stunden/Woche

Details: Steiermark, Graz, Hauptberuflich

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VETERINARIAN

The ICRC defines Economic Security as the status of an individual, household or community that is able to cover its life and livelihoods obligatory expenditures in a sustainable manner, consistent with its environment, culture and customs. Within its global Economic Security approach in conflict affected countries, the ICRC implements Relief, Livelihood and Rehabilitation Programs in order to improve, restore or maintain food and economic security at household level. To achieve this objective Economic Security uses a combination of different interventions and modalities, such as cash and voucher programs, microeconomic initiatives, agricultural and livestock programs, and relief items distributions.

 

 

 

The veterinary programs actually conducted by the ICRC include vaccination campaigns, veterinary treatment programs, de- (re-) stocking, fodder production / -banks, capacity building, herders' awareness training, Community Animal Health Workers (CAHWs) training, support to existing structures and institutions. While few interventions have a marked relief connotation (e.g. de-stocking), most of them aim at sustainable outcomes. This should be done in compliance with ICRC's guidelines and standards.

Details: international, Global deployment, Hauptberuflich

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NUTRITIONIST

The ICRC defines Economic Security as the status of an individual, household or community that is able to cover its life and livelihoods obligatory expenditures in a sustainable manner, consistent with its environment, culture and customs. Within its global Economic Security approach in conflict affected countries, the ICRC implements Relief, Livelihood and Rehabilitation Programs in order to improve, restore or maintain food and economic security at household level. To achieve this objective Economic Security uses a combination of different interventions and modalities, such as cash and voucher programs, microeconomic initiatives, agricultural and livestock programs, and relief items distributions.

 

The ICRC nutritionist is responsible for advising and supporting EcoSec teams to develop nutrition-sensitive approaches in EcoSec programs, integrated into the various stages of the project cycle.

 

The ICRC nutritionist is responsible for designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating nutrition- specific programs. They conceives and supervises interventions to restore, protect, or improve the food consumption and nutritional status people deprived of freedom. They participate to the treatment of malnutrition in primary health centers, hospitals or places of detention. This should be done in compliance with ICRC's guidelines and standards.

Details: international, Global deployment, Hauptberuflich

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SURGEON

Le chirurgien, membre de l’équipe hospitalière du CICR, effectue des procédures chirurgicales urgentes et électives sûres, souvent destinées à des personnes présentant des traumatismes et des blessures par armes. Il / elle travaille dans des structures hospitalières indépendantes ou soutenues par le CICR, le plus souvent avec des ressources limitées et dans un environnement sécuritaire instable. Le chirurgien dirige l'équipe chirurgicale mobile du CICR qui peut être déployée dans certains contextes, quand cela est nécessaire.

Details: international, Global deployment, Hauptberuflich

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DOCTOR RESPONSIBLE FOR ICRC PERSONNEL IN THE FIELD

The Doctor Responsible for ICRC personnel in the field will:

- Promote and apply preventive health policies and activities e.g. regarding insect borne diseases, diarrhoea, use of condoms, alcohol, etc. for ICRC staff

- Evaluate and supervise the quality of medical services provided in the centres of referral structures selected for treatment of ICRC staff

- Ensure appropriate management of ICRC staff with physical or mental health problems

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Details: international, Global deployment , Hauptberuflich

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NURSE RESPONSIBLE FOR ICRC PERSONNEL IN THE FIELD

The nurse in charge of ICRC personnel will:

- Promote and apply preventive health policies and activities e.g. regarding insect borne diseases, diarrhoea, use of condoms, alcohol, etc. for ICRC staff

- Evaluate and supervise the quality of medical services provided in the centres of referral structures selected for treatment of ICRC staff

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- Ensure appropriate management of ICRC staff with physical or mental health problems

- Act as focal point for coordination of medical evacuations of ICRC staff

Details: international, Global deployment , Hauptberuflich

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ANAESTHETIST

The anaesthetist, as part of an ICRC hospital team, performs safe pre/per and post anesthesia procedures for emergency and elective surgical interventions, often for the benefit of trauma and weapon wounded individuals. S/he works in assisted or ICRC independent hospital structures, often in limited resources settings and challenging security environment. The anaesthetist is part of the ICRC mobile surgical team deployed in certain contexts, when required.

Details: international, Global deployment , Hauptberuflich

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HEALTH DELEGATE / PRIMARY HEALTH CARE (PHC) NURSE

Role description

 

The Health Delegate (HD) serves a population in a defined geographic area in emergency and non-emergency situations.

 

S/he assesses, identifies and prioritizes health needs for this populations taking into account community resilience mechanisms, including specific needs of vulnerable groups (children under five years old, women, the elderly, etc.). The HD is the interface between communities (local leaders, health staff, women’s groups etc.), internal (ICRC) and external (MoH, NGOs, UN system) stakeholders for health related issues.

 

The HD proposes evidence based strategies and responses based on international norms in an integrated approach developed in line with the Delegation’s priorities, including protection. S/he implements assistance response and remains flexible to adapt it based on the results of the monitoring

Details: international, Global deployment , Hauptberuflich

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