Frequently Asked Questions - Jobs

Frequently Asked Questions - Jobs

Any offer of employment is subject to a medical check with a Concern approved Doctor and satisfactory references. We will contact three referees, one to be from your current or most recent previous employer.

In response to donors funding requirements and our determination to ensure that funds are used in an exclusively humanitarian manner, it is our policy that all job offers are conditional on our ensuring that potential employees’ names do not appear on counter terrorism lists generated by the United Nations, European Union or the United States.

Anyone working for Concern must agree to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the Concern Staff Code of Conduct and the Associated Policies to Concern's Code of Conduct. Each of which is intended to ensure the appropriate behaviour of Concern staff and ensure the maximum protection of programme participants.

Employee benefits are tailored to your place of work. In Dublin, we offer a competitive range of employee benefits, while for those working internationally, we offer benefits normally associated with overseas assignments in this sector. Full details on salary and job benefits will be made available to all candidates selected for interview.

We believe in working directly with local people. In as far as possible, we try to recruit staff from the communities in which we work. For information on volunteering in our home offices click here.

We do not maintain a register of applicants and therefore recommend that you check our website regularly.

Concern works in 24 countries. For more information on these countries click here.

Dublin and internationally based charity positions are advertised here. We also advertise in jobs sections of relevant websites and from time to time, in international and local press. We reserve the right to advertise positions internally.