Stand-by Member RosterThe DRC Stand-by Member Roster was the first of all DRC rosters and it is still the backbone of the DRC Stand-by Roster.
The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Stand-by Member Roster is comprised of almost 550 highly qualified experts of more than 70 nationalities with a variety of professional profiles and experiences. They are all committed, professional and high-performing humanitarian workers who can deploy to UN operations worldwide.
The DRC Member Roster is funded by Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Development Agency, Danida, and forms a part of the Danish International Humanitarian Rosters, which consists of Rosters managed by the DRC, the Danish Red Cross, and the Danish Médecins Sans Frontiéres (MSF). In total, the Danish International Humanitarian Rosters hold around 1000 members ready for fast deployment in a wide range of sectors. The DRC Member Roster deployments are also financed by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
The DRC Member Roster closely liaisons with the UN partners on thier capacity needs and gaps. Currently our partnership agreements are with UNHCR, WFP, OCHA, UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDP, UNRWA,FAO, and IOM; with the majority of deployments going to UNHCR, UNICEF, and WFP.
The DRC Member Roster contains a broad variety of competencies, however focuses on the core profiles; Protection (including Child Protection and GBV), Logistics, Humanitarian Affairs, Emergency Management, Camp Management, Shelter & Site Planning, WASH, Early Recovery, Food Security, Information Management and Cash & Voucher. Please see our Member Roster Profile Description page for details on each speciality.
Becoming a Member
Membership and deployment through the DRC Member Roster offers extensive opportunities to make a difference in the lives of people in need. It holds both personal and professional challenges as well as a myriad of unique experiences.
As a member you will get the following:
- Deployment to United Nations operations, matching your professional profile.
- Professional capacity development through trainings offered by the DRC and United Nations agencies.
- An entry point for networking with other members and United Nations partners.
- Possibility for deployment to or employment in the DRC programs in one of the more than 40 countries where the DRC operates.
The DRC Stand-by Roster is looking for qualified candidates that have a minimum 3 years of relevant international humanitarian field experience within at least one of the above mentioned profiles.
Applications are only accepted during pre-set recruitment periods and only applications submitted through the DRC online application system are considered. Please see our Recruitment page for more information about the requirements and recruitment procedure.
Membership Obligations and Conditions
Accepting membership of the DRC Member Roster implies accepting the following obligations:
- The member has an obligation to always inform the DRC Stand-by Roster of changes in contact details and availability. Hence, any longer periods of unavailability must be shared with the DRC Stand-by Roster.
- The member must nominate him/herself for, or accept a nomination for, a deployment at least once within the first year of membership, unless there are no vacancies within his/her technical profile. After the first year of membership, the DRC Stand-by Roster requires one nomination every two years at a minimum.
- The member must remain active on MyPages by logging into Mypages and updating his/her information/CV at least every six months.
- The DRC Stand-by Roster may forward the member’s CV/P11 to UN partner organizations and DRC operations at any time in relation to relevant deployments.
- The DRC Stand-by Roster will store the member’s personal information for five years starting from the day membership is confirmed. Kindly note that the five year period will be renewed every time the member is deployed by the Stand-by Roster or every time the member logs into his/her personal MyPages profile. The member can at any given time request that the DRC Stand-by Roster deletes his/her personal data.
- The member has to abide with the DRC’s Code of Conduct as well as accept the DRC’s values and standards.
- The DRC Stand-by Roster has the right to exclude a member if qualifications no longer match the demands of the United Nations or if performance during a deployment or training signed up for through the DRC Stand-by Roster is not satisfactory.