Join us and change the world
While iAID works in many countries around the world, most of our operational team is located at our headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel. By mid-2018 we hope also to have an operation based out of Silicon Valley, USA.
iAID recruits consultants, staff and volunteers worldwide. If you have an interest and appropriate professional experience in international development work we invite you to submit your CV applying for a specific job opportunity advertised on this site or make a general application including what kind of opportunity you are looking for and we’ll let you know if something comes up.
We love people who share our passion. When you submit a CV, you will receive an email confirming that it was received. While we are unable to personally contact each applicant, if you are a potential fit we will request a phone or in-person meeting to learn more about you and your interest in iAID.
Current Job Opportunities
There are currently no jobs available.
There are currently no consultancies available.
There are currently no volunteer opportunities available
Gender equality, diversity and inclusion
iAID is committed to having a gender and diversity focus. We respect and value diversity and do not discriminate based on race, gender, ethnicity, age, religion or politics. This is reflected in our selection decisions which are made entirely through a merit selection process.
Your application should include your CV (document title: CV_lastname_firstname) and a cover letter (document title: letter_lastname_firstname) attached as PDF documents.
Your CV should be no more than 4 pages and your cover letter should explicitly state your relevant experience in relation to the Selection Criteria.
The selection of staff for iAID is based on the relative merit of the applicants in relation to the specified Selection Criteria. The information you provide in your application must be clear and concise as it will be the basis for the selection of applicants for further assessment.
Applicants should note that if selected for engagement with iAID a probationary period of 3 months will apply during which time your conduct and work performance will be assessed to determine whether you meet the required standard. Under certain circumstances, the probationary period may be extended. Engagement is dependent upon satisfying pre-appointment checks including medical, police and identity verification.
Please do not attempt to contact iAID about the status of your application.
Tips on how to prepare a CV
Your CV is one of the most useful tools in demonstrating your suitability for a role. When preparing your CV, it is important to remember the following:
- Keep it simple and succinct. We recommend approximately 2-4 pages.
- List your relevant work experience in chronological order, starting from your current or most recent role.
- Do not just outline each position and employer; be sure to include your responsibilities and achievements while in each position.
- Ensure relevant personal information is provided such as your name, contact number, address and email address, as well as any period where you might be un-contactable.
- List your qualifications, the academic institute in which you received them and the year.
- Outline at least two professional referees, their current role, contact details and their relationship to you. Friends, colleagues and associates are not suitable as referees.
- Explain any gaps in your career (travel, having a family, etc.).
- Outline any relevant volunteering opportunities.
- Do not use abbreviations, slang or jargon.
- There is no need to insert pictures or graphics, or attach any certificates or referee reports.
Tips on how to respond to Selection Criteria
It is important to not only rely on your CV when submitting an application. When addressing the selection criteria, it is important to:
- Provide a clear and succinct statement against each selection criteria. We recommend approximately half a page for each criterion.
- Ensure you clearly understand what is meant by each criterion before preparing your response.
- Briefly outline how your skills, experience, qualities and knowledge enable you to meet the criteria and perform highly in the role. Include an overview of your relevant experience, responsibilities, achievements and examples to demonstrate your suitability for the position. Your resume is a good place to look first at determining these.
- Use relevant and specific examples to support your claims, and clearly outline what your role was in the example.
- When structuring your responses, consider the:
Situation – provide a brief outline of the situation or setting
Task – outline what you did
Approach or action – outline how you did it
Result – describe the outcomes
- Be honest and factual.
- Edit, proof and re-read several times.