Help people prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.
With a diverse network of men and women committed to changing the world - one community at a time - the Disaster Cycle Services team manages emergency response, relief, and recovery. We need specialists like you on the frontlines through earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, home fires and more, to help coordinate the delivery of Red Cross mission services to people in need.
As a Red Cross employee, you’ll have opportunities to grow your career and be recognized and rewarded for your efforts. Most importantly, you’ll work alongside dedicated individuals like yourself who live the values of our organization every day.
Different Types of Careers in Disaster Cycle Services Include:
Disaster Program Specialist
Disaster Program Manager
Sr. Disaster Program Manager
Regional Disaster Program Officer
How to Search for Open Positions
To help find current Disaster Cycle Services’ opportunities in our recruitment system, select the filters (country, location, job type, etc) that meet your needs, then fine-tune your search by using keywords related to your interests.
For example: Preparedness, Response, Recovery, Disaster, Emergency Management, Volunteers, etc.
If you are seeking a Work from Home position, include the keyword “virtual” or “WFH” in your search.
To broaden your search, remove all filters and keywords. Doing so will display all current available positions.
Serving people in America and around the world requires a diverse group of employees ready to meet the challenge. Cultural sensitivity is key to how we operate with the public, and we want to ensure our employees reflect a rich diversity. Through external relationships and internal initiatives, we seek to achieve diversity in our workforce, partners and suppliers.
The Red Cross supports a variety of cultural groups for employees and volunteers. From our Latino Resource Group, Umoja, Asian American & Pacific Islanders, and Red Cross Pride, to the Ability Network, Veterans+ and our Women’s Resource Group, these networks provide connections, mentoring and help give voice to important concerns and opinions.