We are looking for an energetic, cause driven Team Leader to join our in-house F2F fundraising team in Sweden.


International Rescue Committee (RESCUE) was founded in 1933 on initiative of Albert Einstein when he was forced to flee Germany. Today we are a large humanitarian organisation, but still inspired by the vision and creativity of Einstein. We work in over 40 countries and support those whose lives were shattered due to conflicts and disasters. In a In a smart way, we help them survive, recover and to build a sustainable life.

In 2019 RESCUE opened up our Stockholm office, with the goal to create engagement and spread awareness for the people in vulnerable situations all over the world. As we are starting up the new F2F fundraising department we are looking for the team player that wants to take part in this exciting time and mission. 

Your role

We are currently launching a brand new in-house F2F fundraising team in Stockholm. The purpose of the team is to inspire and recruit new private donors who will give to RESCUE on a regular basis. Most will give monthly and we call them ’sustainers.’

A Team leader (TL) is responsible for leading and managing up to 6 fundraisers in the field ensuring they are trained and motivated to inspire action and achieve performance targets.

Your task will be to build, lead and inspire our newly formed F2F teams to acquire sustainers who stay longer and do more.  As the TL you will be on the ground and lead your team every day – setting a great example for your team in terms of performance, attitude and passion.

You will report directly to the F2F Manager and also have contact with the Face to Recruitment coordinator.

The main focus is to recruit donors who will stay longer and do more for RESCUE.

 Example of Tasks

 You will be expected to:


 Merits (qualities)

RESCUE in Sweden is committed to equality of opportunity and non-discrimination for all applicants and employees. We seek to ensure that we achieve diversity in our workforce regardless of gender, ethnicity, religious belief, nationality, ethnic/national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability. RESCUE in Sweden welcomes applications from all candidates, including underrepresented groups and refugees who have the right to work in Sweden.

Please send  in your application here, no later than September 22. As we are doing interviews throughout the recruitment process until September 30, early applications are appreciated and very welcomed.  

If you got any specific questions regarding the employment, please send an e-mail to: [email protected]

We look forward to receive your application! 

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