By God’s Grace, We’re Growing and Hiring

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The Coptic Orphans team in Egypt.

Do you love children? Are you passionate about making a difference? Join a team that’s been working for more than 25 years to improve the lives of the children of Egypt!

We’re grateful beyond words that last fall, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II came to our 25th Anniversary Gala in Canada and told us: “Bravo for your service. And I’m not sure who’s happier — you, or the children you serve.”

By God’s grace, we’re growing and accepting applications from skilled, professional candidates in order to fill several posts. Below are the positions for which we are actively recruiting:

United States 

Donor Relations Director – Fairfax, VA
Human Resources Manager – Fairfax, VA
Human Resources Associate- Fairfax, VA

Egypt

Human Resources Manager – Cairo
Area Program Manager – Upper Egypt
Operations Director – Cairo
Translator- Cairo
Field Coordinator – Middle Egypt, Lower Egypt
Programs Director – Cairo

For a full list of our positions, please see our jobs page.

If you are committed to making a difference in the lives of the children of Egypt, you may be a good fit for the Coptic Orphans team. If a friend, colleague, or family member has the right skills and passion for one of these positions, please forward them this blog post or share this link with them through Facebook.

Thank you, and may the approaching Christmas season bring your family blessings and joy!

About Nermien Riad

Nermien Riad founded Coptic Orphans in 1988 after volunteering for an orphanage in Cairo. When she saw that most of the children had living widowed mothers who simply couldn't afford to feed them, she gathered family and friends to sponsor children in Egypt. Today Coptic Orphans works through a network of 400+ church-based volunteers in Egypt, who visit fatherless families in their homes and make sure they get everything they need to unlock their full potential. That way, they don't have to get married off as child brides, work as 10-year old family breadwinners, or go to live at an institutional orphanage.