Career Opportunities

About GCERF’s career opportunities

GCERF is a new global organization with an exciting mandate. Now in its second year of operation, GCERF seeks to attract highly motivated and qualified staff who are keen to contribute to its growth and development. GCERF is currently working in Bangladesh, Kenya, Kosovo, Mali, Myanmar, and Nigeria.

We offer an open and multicultural work environment in Geneva with competitive salary and benefits. GCERF is committed to diversity within its workforce and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.

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Finance and Compliance Internships (3 positions)

GCERF is currently seeking three interns who would be given an opportunity to contribute to the further strengthening of GCERF’s resource management systems, including financial resources.

Compliance intern: the intern will continue working on a three-prone initiative started in 2017. The initiative has been seeking to enhance GCERF’s policy framework and practice, as well as practice of its grantees, in three areas: anti-fraud management primarily as well as compliance with anti-terrorism and anti-money laundering obligations. In addition, the intern will support the Finance function with its risk management approach.

Grant Finance intern: the intern will be part of the Grant Finance team, a sub-unit within the GCERF Finance team, which works closely with the Operations team. It provides specialist support to financial and fiduciary matters over the life of grant to grant managers and grantees. Through its work, the Grant Finance team also supports the mitigation of financial risks and helps enhance organisational accountability.

Financial Planning and Reporting intern: the intern will help analyse the needs for planning and reporting of organisation-wide financial data, derive a list of requirements for an IT tool and identify required changes to the current planning and reporting processes, explore various tools available on the market and support the transition to the new system and processes, including data transfer and piloting of new tools.

Candidates should have Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Commerce, Accounting or related field. Internships last between six and twelve months on a full time basis. GCERF’s working language is English. Interns receive a monthly stipend of 1,500 CHF.

Please download a full job description here.

Application deadline: Open until all the positions are filled.


Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF)