Employment at Crisis Group provides challenging and intellectually stimulating opportunities whether based in the field or in one of our advocacy offices. Alongside colleagues from varied backgrounds, many of whom already have distinguished track-records in the academic as well as public domain, the organisation provides a unique work environment.
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Staff members are supported and encouraged to enhance research and analytical skills, contribute to the development of policy recommendations and through strategic advocacy initiatives, be part of the debate in resolving some of the most intractable conflicts of our time. Crisis Group provides its staff with competitive salaries as well as a benefits package that includes five weeks of holiday leave, a retirement plan that includes an employer contribution, and health plans for medical, vision and dental coverage.
Crisis Group offers exceptional opportunities for recent undergraduate and graduate students. As a volunteer or intern you will be able to take what you've learned in university and use it to make a practical c ontribution towards the prevention and resolution of deadly conflict.
O pportunities generally last 3 — 6 months depending on the location, and provide individuals with a rewarding, hands-on experience. Internships and volunteer opportunities are unpaid; we do contribute towards costs for lunch and daily transport. We are always expanding the ways in which we connect and support our community. Learn more about our new programs below.
- Peer to Peer Warmline.
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June 28, June 27, April 25, If yes, you will be redirected to our Teen Link peer line. If no, you will be redirected to our Hour Crisis Line.
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