There are opportunities at VisionFund for me to use my God-given gifts and skills to improve the lives of children, while growing spiritually and professionally. Nkosilathi Moyo, CEO of our MFI in Zambia.
Our 6,000 strong workforce work in over 35 countries to unlock potential across the world. By joining our team you will become part of one of the fastest growing sectors that is changing the lives of millions of children.
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In addition to the above VisionFund International roles, we are always seeking experienced internal auditors and microfinance professionals to work in country at our MFIs. Please contact us if you are from a country with a VisionFund MFI and would like to use your microfinance experience and join our exciting organisation!
CONTACT VISIONFUND RECRUITMENT TEAM
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form below if you would like to hear about future opportunities at VisionFund or discuss any of the above positions further. We look forward to hearing from you.
VisionFund is an organisation dedicated to improving the lives of children. We do not employ staff whose background makes them unsuitable for working with children. All employment is conditional on successfully completing background checks including criminal record checks wherever possible.
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Please be alert to individuals who may fraudulently claim to be recruiters, senior executives, employees or other representatives of World Vision, but are in no way affiliated with World Vision. Typically, these scam artists send emails about jobs with World Vision that do not exist, or they offer “recruitment” or “membership” or “work permits” with World Vision. They then instruct email recipients to wire payments to an overseas bank account. World Vision will never send such an instruction.
If you are in the U.S. and have received any of these recruitment emails or have otherwise been a victim of such a scam, you can help World Vision by filing a report of the incident on the FBI’s Internet Fraud Complaint Center website at www.ic3.gov.