Vacancies

International Programme
SHARP Deputy Response Team Leader 20140415

Working for Save the Children Sweden

Save the Children Sweden is a rights based organization. Those who work for Save the Children Sweden endorse the concept of human rights in general and particularly children’s rights. We respect those rights in all our positions, decisions and actions.

The majority of Save the Children Sweden's employees are women. Our aim is to achieve a more even distribution between the sexes, as well as diversity aspects. We welcome applications which reflect this endeavor.

Job vacancies
Please se our vacancies above.
Save the Children Sweden’s Ethical Guidelines

Internship with Save the Children Sweden
Save the Children Sweden’s regional offices around Sweden, working locally for children’s rights, offers from time to time internship within the areas of organizational development and/or communications. Please see our vacancies above.

Unsolicited applications
We are unfortunately not able to reply to unsolicited job applications, and neither are we able to retain them for future reference.

Local engagement
If you wish to engage locally within our member movement in Sweden, please turn to our regional offices in Sweden. At our local pages you will get ideas on what you can do for children in Sweden.

Working as volunteer
Save the Children Sweden have no volunteers. If you are interested in open positions within Save the Children Sweden, please see our vacancies above.

Working for Save the Children International
Do you want to work abroad with children’s rights? Please find available positions within Save the Children International through the link.

The personal data act
When you apply for a position with Save the Children Sweden, the personal data you submit will be recorded and electronically processed. If you have any reservations about this, for example if you do not wish your personal data to be subjected to electronic processing, please make this clear in your application (as provided for under the terms of the Swedish personal data act, enacted 24 October 1998).