Careers at HRI

Hunger Relief International (HRI) is a Judeo-Christian organization that works to improve and protect the lives of children and families living in extreme poverty by building resiliency, fighting hunger, promoting family unity, and increasing self-sufficiency. HRI does this through direct programming and by raising public awareness.

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When you work with HRI, you save lives and change futures! HRI hires qualified professionals with exceptional experience in the nonprofit development sector who are dedicated to our mission. As part of our HRI Team, you will work with our local and global teams to develop and implement programs for the most vulnerable populations in the world.

HRI is a 501(c)3 registered nonprofit organization based in Oklahoma, U.S.A. HRI does not currently have any openings in our U.S.A. Headquarters office. We operate as a small team here so more funding can be directed to our overseas programs to impact more lives. HRI does not hire expatriates to work abroad. All staff in Haiti are of Haitian nationality and all staff in Guatemala are of Guatemalan nationality. We believe in hiring educated, experienced local staff and investing in their capacity to lead programs in their country. However, our local and global staff are extremely collaborative. All field offices have regular meetings with HRI headquarters.

We have high standards and processes to ensure transparency and accountability. Together, we make a difference!

Some job postings are long-term career opportunities with HRI whereas other job listings are contracted positions that will be for the duration of our grant implementation period in accordance with the grant specifications.  HRI is both an equal-opportunity employer and a faith-based organization. We conduct hiring without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, marital status, parental status, membership in any labor organization, political ideology, or disability of an otherwise-qualified individual.