Daily Worker roster (Port Sudan) – ICRC


Job Description

Call for Applications: Daily Worker roster for Cleaners, Security Guards, Drivers, Helpers, Technical Workers and Electricians

OrganizationInternational Committee of the Red Cross
Job TitleCleaners, Security Guards, Drivers, Helpers, Technical Workers and Electricians
Duty StationPort Sudan
Closing Date18/11/2023


The International Committee of the Red Cross in Sudan announces the need for Daily Workers in Port Sudan.


  • Cleaner. 
  • Security Guard. 
  • Driver. 
  • Helper. 
  • Technical Worker. 
  • Electrician.


  • To cope with unplanned workforce needs due to a particular and temporary increase in workload. 
  • To replace a resident field employee in the event of illness, holiday leave accident, etc., until a permanent, long-term solution has been found. 
  • To perform one-off and/or specific tasks that do not justify engaging a full-time resident field employee.


  • High school certificate, diploma, etc. 
  • Vocational training in the same field. 
  • Basic knowledge of English. 
  • Working experience in a similar field

How to Apply: 

Interested candidates are requested to send their CVs to ICRC Port Sudan Office – Plot Nr. 24, Block No. 1/9 Transit area, internal road, Nearby Kidney Hospital. 

Selected candidates will be registered in the roster and call upon need.

About the International Committee of the Red Cross

Established in 1863, the ICRC operates worldwide, helping people affected by conflict and armed violence and promoting the laws that protect victims of war. An independent and neutral organization, its mandate stems essentially from the Geneva Conventions of 1949. We are based in Geneva, Switzerland, and employ over 20,000 people in more than 100 countries. The ICRC is funded mainly by voluntary donations from governments and from the National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland

Our mandate & mission

The work of the ICRC is based on the Geneva Conventions of 1949, their Additional Protocols, the Statutes of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and the resolutions of the International Conferences of the Red Cross and Red Crescent. The ICRC is an independent, neutral organization ensuring humanitarian protection and assistance for victims of war and armed violence. It takes action in response to emergencies and promotes respect for international humanitarian law and its implementation in national law.

Our structure

The ICRC is governed by an Assembly, an Assembly Council (a subsidiary body with certain delegated powers), and a Directorate (the executive body). Both the Assembly, with up to 25 co-opted members of Swiss nationality, and the Assembly Council are chaired by Peter Maurer, who has been President of the ICRC since 1 July 2012. He is assisted by a Vice-President, Gilles Carbonnier.

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