The world today is increasingly facing (humanitarian) crises, creating instability with a global impact. Political upheaval and conflict, climate change, global inequality, and lack of access to basic needs and services, require major humanitarian efforts to provide assistance and protection to the most vulnerable. Needs for humanitarian assistance continue to grow and become more complex.

The DCHI Team Lead is the most senior level representative of the DCHI Team, which forms part of the DCHI Organisation including the DCHI board (consisting of UNICEF Netherlands, CARE Netherlands, Red Cross Netherlands, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Municipality of The Hague and Ministry of Defense), DCHI Team, and DCHI Focal Points (from each DCHI board organisation). The lead reports to the DCHI host organisation (Netherlands Red Cross) as well as to the DCHI board, and coaches and supervises the other members of the DCHI Team (including two innovation managers, and one communication expert). Furthermore he/she is hands on engaged in almost all activities of the DCHI Team (engaging partners, starting projects, representing DCHI externally, etc.).

Profile candidate/Qualifications
• The DCHI Team Lead has at least 10 years of working experience, with at least 3 years of higher level management experience in a multi-stakeholder environment.
• The DCHI Team Lead brings a large network relevant to the further growth of the DCHI

For more information on the job role, and to apply, refer to the DCHI website