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Jobs at ICC

ICC is a Washington, DC-area 501(c)(3) nonprofit devoted to persecuted Christians.

Are you looking for a career you can believe in which has an eternal impact? International Christian Concern (ICC) is currently seeking ministry-minded professionals to join our team based in Washington, D.C. We offer competitive compensation, and full-time staff are eligible for health and dental insurance, a retirement plan, and generous paid time off.

Jobs at ICC

International Christian Concern (ICC) is a Washington, DC-area 501(c)(3) nonprofit devoted to providing assistance, advocacy, and awareness for the worldwide persecuted Christian Church.

Our current job openings are:

Regional Manager

International Christian Concern (ICC) is a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit (501 c3) that has served the persecuted Christian church for more than 25 years. We are devoted to raising awareness, providing assistance, and advocating on behalf of persecuted Christian communities around the world. Motivated by God’s call to serve the oppressed and persecuted, we believe that the way we work is as important as the results we achieve. We are a community that cares for one another. We value each member of our team and strive to provide professional excellence to all those we serve. We believe that working at ICC is more than a job because our ministry has eternal impact for God’s kingdom.

ICC is currently looking for a Regional Manager to be based at our Washington DC-area headquarters. You will help manage our humanitarian aid work to serve persecuted Christian communities around the world. Responsibilities primarily include international ministry, international project management, persuasive and creative writing. This position reports to the Vice President and is a full-time in-office exempt position in our corporate offices in Silver Spring, MD.


The big picture is that you will be serving the victims of persecution in a specific region of the world by reporting on news, assisting victims of attacks, and building networks within key countries. You will be working in countries specifically located within a geographic region (i.e., Middle East and Northern Africa). You will be managing our humanitarian assistance work in this designated region of the world.

Responsibilities include: 

A creative storyteller with the ability to turn stories into video (strong emphasis), blogs, social media, and a variety of print materials

  • Strategy & Planning
    • Research and develop expertise on the sources and impact of persecution in your region.
    • Work collaboratively within your regional team to develop and execute a strategic plan and budget for your region.
    • Design, launch and grow new major initiatives under the guidance of the Vice President.
  • Implement, Monitor, Evaluate and Report:
    • International travel 3-4 times per year to monitor persecution, identify expansion opportunities, meet with victims, and initiate/monitor projects. Implement projects and programs.
    • Prepare reports on projects and programs to support internal and partner needs.
  • Staff Management, Leadership of People:
    • Expand ICC boots on ground. Recruit, hire and manager field staff, country directors and reps according to the planned strategy.
    • Provide leadership to the US and international staff working on your region. Inspire, demonstrate, and model our core values as a servant leader.
    • Ensure the proper measures to evaluate performance and progress against approved annual goals for your regional team.
    • Ensure the proper conditions and spiritual care that foster motivated, committed, and effective operating staff.
  • Partnerships and Networks 
    • Develop and establish in-country partners and networks to represent ICC in the region.
    • Establish and maintain healthy relationships with partners and networks in the region to support our programs and goals.
    • Work with advocacy team, and VP to build and maintain Advocacy initiatives and campaign for the region.
    • Work collaboratively with the regional advocacy manager to write country special reports, speak at events, and build ICC brand as a thought leader on persecution in your region.
  • Journalist
    • Monitor persecution in your region daily and write news posts, press releases, stories, and feature articles for publication.
    • Participate in media interviews to highlight the needs of the persecuted.
    • Provide Comms team with field media and content for production of publication when needed.


Our office culture is fast-paced and appeals to smart, driven people with a strong work ethic that want to work for the Kingdom. The job is part international development, part project manager, and part journalist.

  • 5+ years of international development and management experience.
  • Strong preference for individuals with a clear Christian witness and history.
  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Strong international experience.
  • Knowledge or experience in Middle East region preferred.
  • Project management experience (international project experience highly preferred).
  • Excellent writer.
  • Excellent multi-tasker.
  • U.S. citizenship, permanent residency or work visa is required.


ICC offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package consistent with experience, skills and demonstrated abilities. ICC offers the following benefits to all full-time employees:

  • Employer Paid Health and Dental Insurance Coverage
  • 403b retirement plan with 50% employer contribution
  • Excellent personal time off policy as well as paid holidays
  • Commute benefit
  • Flexible work policy


Send your resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references to: with the subject line: Regional Manager. Please do not call ICC. Qualifying applicants will be contacted.

Director of Global Assistance

ICC is currently looking for a Director of Global Assistance (DGA) at its Washington DC-area headquarters, a new executive position that will manage the Global Assistance Department that oversees ICC’s humanitarian assistance work throughout the world and reports to President Jeff King. Direct reports will consist of four regional field managers, all experts in persecuted Christians’ unique issues and challenges in their assigned geographical locations. ICC is growing its Assistance team to support its humanitarian work around the world. Working with the President and VP of Strategic Partnerships, the new Director of Global Assistance will help guide strategic decisions about how best to apply resources to the greatest needs of vulnerable, persecuted Christians, faith leaders, and underground churches. This role regularly collaborates with the Director of Communications, Director of Advocacy, Director of Administration, and the Vice President of Global Strategy & Partners.

Click here to learn more and apply for this opportunity.

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