Work with us where you live
Current employment opportunities
International China Concern is a Christian development organization working with China’s abandoned and disabled. Our work is supported by a network of offices around the world that raise profile, fundraise, and encourage volunteers to work in our China projects.
Chief Executive Officer (Full Time, based in Hong Kong)
International China Concern has a very exciting opportunity for the right person to join ICC and lead it into a period of growth as its Chief Executive Officer. This role, based in Hong Kong, would be the head of all the work of ICC, both in China and in the network of National Offices around the world. An executive search firm has been retained to assist in recruitment.
Find out more about the role and how to apply here: www.chinaconcern.org/ceo
Fund Development Representative (Full Time, Canada)
International China Concern Canada (ICC Canada) is searching for a Fund Development Representative. Based in the ICC Canada office in Burnaby, BC and reporting to ICC Canada's Executive Director, the role is responsible for connecting individual donors, businesses, foundations and groups with the transformational work of ICC Canada. Using clear, concise and compelling messaging and effective donor stewardship, you will work to inspire Canadians to engage in changing the lives of children and young people in China that have been abandoned because of their disabilities.
You will also be responsible for keeping ICC Canada’s partners aware of how their support is directly making a difference in the lives of some of the most vulnerable children in China.
Download a position description of the role here: Fund Development Rep PD
To apply for this role, send your cover letter and CV/resumé to Ben Hoogendoorn, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is 24 February 2017.
Director of Communications (Full Time, Canada)
International China Concern is seeking a new Communications Director. Based in the Vancouver area of Canada, the role takes a lead in creating the foundation for donor engagement across all ICC platforms: website, digital and print media; social media and various fundraising campaigns.
They will manage a focused team to support the global engagement core services, as well as agreed local initiatives for ICC's network of National Offices. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer they form part of the global leadership team to support a unified, central, outward face of the organization.
Download a position description of the role here: Communications Director PD
To obtain a selection criteria document and apply for this role, send your cover letter and CV/resumé to Jannene Wall, CEO, at email@example.com. Deadline for applications is 27 February 2017.
Serving at home: helping ICC raise funds and awareness
We have National Offices around the world that work to fundraise and to share the ICC story. These offices are a mixture of paid and volunteer staff.
Volunteer with us
We are always looking for volunteers to help in our National Offices in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, the Nederlands, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States. If you are interested in helping in this way, please contact us.
Serving in China
Long-term volunteers are truly the lifeblood of ICC. If you really have a heart for China’s abandoned and disabled, consider joining our team.
Volunteers are self-supported through their own fundraising efforts. We ask that volunteers commit to six months at a minimum, but prefer at least a two-year commitment, to give you the opportunity to grasp language and culture and to make an impact.
Visit our Volunteering page to learn more about serving long term with ICC and the ways you can help.