Career at CRIAI

This is where we advertise our latest career opportunities; with staff, volunteer and internship vacancies available at our offices all around the world. Please browse below to find your perfect opportunity.
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The Recruitment Process

Seen a role that you’re interested in? If so, please do create your online profile and submit your application. Our application form will usually ask for your work experience, education history and will have some specific questions so that we can understand your suitability for the role; at times we will ask for a CV, a cover letter or perhaps recent research or media publications. Do make sure you complete the application fully as we need all of this information to consider you for the role.
The Recruitment Team will work with the hiring manager to decide whether or not to invite you to the next stage in the selection process. You should hear back within 2 weeks of the closing date; you will see an update to your status online in your profile.
Due to the volumes of applications we receive we cannot provide feedback at this stage. Further details of our selection process are below. Also, for more information please visit our website
Please note that the nature of our work means that some employees of Amnesty International might, in the course of their work, be exposed to materials that could be considered distressing, or contain graphic descriptions or depictions of human rights violations or situations that may be shocking. If this applies to a role that you have expressed an interest in, this will be made clear during the selection process. Amnesty International will not charge application fees at any point of our recruitment process.

The Interview Process

Should you be invited to interview please be advised that you will receive a notification by email where you will be able to select your preferred interview slot from the availability provided.
If you progress to interview you will meet with members of the team, either in person, on the telephone or via video link.

Your Assessment

You will be fairly and competitively assessed against the competencies required to successfully perform the role you have applied for; these will be in line with the job description advertised. Our assessment process will usually consist of two rounds of interview, one remote and one in person, with core skills tests and at times further testing on language or psychometric may be used.

Your Interview Panel

The interview panels will generally consist of the line manager for the role, a colleague or peer and another relevant staff expert. In addition to assessing your suitability the panel will provide you with further information about Criai foundation, who we are and what we do and how the role fits in to the organization. In addition to assessing your suitability the panel will provide you with further information about Amnesty International, who we are and what we do and how the role fits in to the organization.

Your Offer

Following a successful interview you will be contacted directly with the good news to discuss the offered terms and pre-employment checks; we have pre-set reward frameworks and offer all new staff salaries at the first step in our scales to ensure parity and transparency.
Please see the Benefits section for more information. Our offer will be conditional on the successful completion of pre-employment enquiries.