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Working for HealthNet TPO means using your expertise, determination and ambition to contribute meaningfully to a world in which people living in conflict-affected settings actively rebuild their lives, health and wellbeing.

Current vacancies

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Programme Officer

Amsterdam Office

As a mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) professional, you understand the importance of MHPSS within the humanitarian and development context. Are you a team player who can lead our MHPSS technical expertise, has a great interest in developing new programmes and integrating MHPSS into our programmes? 

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Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (PMEAL) Officer

Amsterdam Office

As a PMEAL Officer, you will be responsible for the implementation of HNTPO's PMEAL vision and translate this into a strategic framework to help measure the impact of HNTPO’s programmes. Are you ready to take the lead on ensuring quality and accountability of our country programmes and bring immediate and lasting changes for the communities we support?

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Communications and Fundraising Officer

Amsterdam Office

As Communications and Fundraising Officer, you will work to implement HealthNet TPO's communications strategy to enhance awareness, engagement and build a strong brand. Are you ready to take the lead in communications and fundraising and showcase our work nationally and internationally?

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Communications and Digital Marketing Intern

Amsterdam Office

Are you a student of Marketing and Communications, or a similar degree, and want to kick-start your career whilst contributing to long-lasting change for conflict-affected communities? Develop your skills in communications, social media and digital marketing within an exciting and impact-driven organisation! 

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Working for HealthNet TPO

As a dynamic and knowledge-based organisation, we address complex and global issues in some of the world’s most challenging places. We have more than 5,600 members of staff working in our project countries, who are supported by our small dedicated team in Amsterdam. In addition, we work with an elaborate network of consultants and trusted partners on various fields of expertise.

We have country offices in Afghanistan, Burundi and South Sudan and our national teams are experienced professionals in their field. We strive to work with national staff and with a limited number of expatriates. Our staff carry out projects that build on the existing capacities and resources of communities affected by conflict. We use local expertise and evidence-based solutions so that our projects are sustainable and long lasting.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for candidates who share our passion and dedication to making a real difference for people affected by conflict. You demonstrate a commitment to our vision and mission, as well as our ethics and safeguarding policies. We look for candidates who have a high-level of technical competence, and are able to work collaboratively in a culturally-diverse organisation.

Are you enthusiastic and results-oriented? Do you work well in often challenging circumstances? Are you a team player who strives for quality and effective solutions? Then we are looking for you!

For some roles, you will need to be able to travel internationally. Any requirement for international travel will be outlined in the job description.



We provide valuable educational experiences for students who are interested in doing an internship in the department of Communications, Marketing and Fundraising. Students may have the opportunity to work on all aspects of communications, including media relations, social media, writing/editing, and communications planning and implementation. Internships are based in our Amsterdam office and can last between three and six months. 

To apply for an internship, please take a look at our current vacancies and apply with your CV and motivation.