Why World Concern
Compelled by the love of Jesus, we are called to serve those in greatest need, in the hard places—beyond the end of the road. We focus our efforts on serving the most marginalized, poorest people, working and walking with them, in their world.
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World Concern is about extremes. We go to the end of the road to serve people in extreme need because we have an extreme calling—to be the hands and feet of Jesus to a broken world. We follow Him to the thirsty. The hungry. Exploited. Traumatized. Forgotten. We Listen. Walk alongside. Equip and train.
We see transformation in communities as families move beyond survival. The thirsty drink clean water, the hungry have food, children learn, the enslaved are free, the hopeless find peace with God.
Our work is never a quick fix; transformation takes time. When a community is thriving on its own and can envision its future transformed, we know our work is finished.
World Concern partners to transform the lives of poor and marginalized people through disaster response and sustainable community development. The love of Christ compels us to pursue reconciliation and equip those we serve, so that they may in turn share with others.
Christ is our foundation. He is at the center of everything we do. Striving to be like Him, we love, value, and respect all people equally, pursuing reconciliation with God and praying for those we serve.
We are responsible stewards of our resources, upholding honesty and transparency as we work to implement our programs around the world.
We are servant leaders who demonstrate excellence in our interactions with beneficiaries and partners, developing competent leaders committed to the mission of holistic transformation.
We follow Christ's example of service, showing dignity to every person, meeting their needs, and putting the needs of others before our own.
As part of the World Concern team, you will play a role in our efforts to alleviate poverty in some of the world's poorest communities. Your role may involve one or several short and long-term programs that focus on the following:
Build diverse community-based health programs aimed at improving physical and psycho-social health, maternal and child health, hygiene practices, nutrition, and disability-related services.
Design and implement rapid responses to natural and man-made disasters with a focus on food, shelter, water, and sanitation.
As part of a holistic approach that includes spiritual transformation, we integrate biblical values in all our work in order to see individuals and communities return to God's intended design for life. To achieve this, we make sure our programs are Spirit-led, holistic, inclusive, reproducing, empowering, and sustainable.
Design, implement, monitor, and evaluate livelihood and food security programs as part of a holistic approach to community development.
Manage, direct, and evaluate the organization's fiscal and operational performance and build resources to support strategic business goals, serving as a bridge between headquarters and international teams.
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We seek to use our God-given gifts and talents to initiate transformation in poor communities. Here are the skills and abilities we look for in potential candidates.
Aligns with the organization's vision, mission, and values
Clearly gives and receives information with clarity and understanding
Proactively pursues opportunities and makes sure nothing is overlooked
Draws conclusions through evaluation, without prejudice or bias
Creates structure that meets the needs of beneficiaries and stakeholders effectively
Welcomes feedback about the performance of oneself and others
Sets and maintains high standards
Inspires and energizes others to work together and achieve success
Responsibly uses resources and strives for efficiency
Demonstrates commitment to team activities and works effectively with others
Shows awareness for the feelings and concerns of others
Shows openness to new information, thoughts, and ideas, and welcomes opportunities to grow
Demonstrates trustworthiness, and can be relied on to act and speak with honesty
Manages personal strengths and weaknesses effectively
Exhibits openness while maintaining personal privacy
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If your calling aligns with our mission, we invite you to join us in bringing practical help, transformation, and reconciliation to those living in extreme poverty. And to be a part of seeing our world transformed from poverty to the abundance of life.
Located in Seattle, Washington, you must be legally eligible to work in the United States to qualify for these positions.
These are primarily management-level positions based in the countries where we serve.
Based overseas, these positions require candidates to raise 100% of their support through personal fundraising.
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World Concern gives me an incredible opportunity to contribute, learn and grow, today as much as on the day I joined in 2003. I find meaning in working with our national and expat team to reduce preventable deaths of young children, protect the most vulnerable, and build capacity with local organizations. Working with World Concern means working with dedicated and honest people. I love working here.
I work for World Concern because of the organization's passion for championing the role of the local church in bringing justice, transforming people's lives and overcoming global poverty. I have found World Concern to be a listening, caring partner of the people they serve, helping them to rise out of poverty by working alongside them and making use of their own resourcefulness and determination. Moreover, I strongly associate with the organization's values. I feel amply supported and welcomed!
Serving at World Concern is a privilege. I get to be part of a worldwide team of professionals committed to sharing the love of Christ with "the least of these" in Asia, Africa and Haiti. Because I support our national staff, I am able to make a difference in the lives of individual women who would otherwise have little hope for themselves or their families.
Working with people is a lifestyle rather than a job to me. A lifestyle that seeks to bring communities closer to God. We witness individuals make choices to follow Christ as a results we see improvement in relationships. They also achieve their goals, access good health and clean water, produce their own food and they give testimonies of Christ love for them every day.