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Recruitment process Diversity and quality. The NRC recruitment process is thorough.
We want to make sure that our future employees will deliver up to NRC's high quality standard, that they will cope with the demanding environments we work in, and that they will adhere to our humanitarian ethic principles. A five-step process The recruitment process usually consists of the following five steps.
The process can take up to four months, but is often much faster than this. Six-months asments or emergency situations As NRC wants to balance transparent recruitment with filling gaps and vacancies in a timely way, we follow a similar but simplified procedure for asments shorter than six months. In line with NRC's development policy, internal candidates with the relevant profile and qualifications will in general be assessed primarily in the selection process. You are considered an internal candidate if you currently are working with NRC, or if it is two years or less since your last asment with NRC.
All candidates should expect reference checks with their employers. NRC offers opportunities for qualified employees of all origins, genders, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds. Recognising and respecting diversity is key Our staff are working and interacting daily with colleagues and displaced people of different identities, cultures and backgrounds:.
Local first 90 per cent of our staff are national employees and many of our staff were once themselves forcibly displaced. This gives us unique insight into the environments where we work. Focus on female staff in the field We are committed to promoting equal opportunities for male and female staff at all levels within the organisation. With this in mind, we aim to increase the proportion of female staff among the NRC workforce as a whole. This target takes into consideration the different contexts we operate in.
Inwe conducted a survey of female staff in the field. This gave us valuable insights into their needs and aspirations, as well as the barriers to recruitment and retention that exist for female staff. This information and continuous feedback from our female employees will guide our efforts in the future. At the Norwegian Refugee Council, we recruit experts in a variety of fields. Find out more about the profiles and backgrounds we are looking for, our employment opportunities and the guiding principles we follow.
The Norwegian Refugee Council strives to provide safe working conditions, valuable employee benefits and opportunities for learning and development - all in a collaborative environment. Do you have questions about how to apply for a job, who we recruit or what it's like to work at the Norwegian Refugee Council?
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We have redirected you to a site for your country, if this was not correct, please use the link to go back. Go back Hide. How to us. The recruitment process in The Norwegian Refugee Council is thorough, and we place strong emphasis on our future employees' humanitarian and ethical principles, and the importance of diversity and equality. Recruitment process The NRC recruitment process is thorough.
And in case of an emergency, we use fast track procedures to fill positions. Internal candidates All vacant positions in NRC are posted on this site.
Diversity and equality NRC offers opportunities for qualified employees of all origins, genders, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds. Recognising and respecting diversity is key Our staff are working and interacting daily with colleagues and displaced people of different identities, cultures and backgrounds: We currently employ staff from more than different nationalities.
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