The IRC is one of the leading providers of high quality programming for refugees resettling to the United States. The mission of the IRC’s US Programs (USP) Department is to create opportunities for refugees to survive and thrive in America. The IRC’s USP Department currently provides services in 28 U.S. cities and through the IRC’s Resettlement Support Center (RSC) in East Asia. The USP portfolio has grown to encompass a spectrum of support with numerous local partners, hundreds of corporate, foundation, and government donors, and thousands of individual givers. The distinctive components and programmatic endeavors of USP are represented and guided through the USP Roadmap 2015-2020 which contains five key outcome areas: Health, Safety, Education, Economic Wellbeing and Power. The IRC is committed to developing innovative, context-specific programs in response to strategic funding opportunities with a range of local, state and US Federal Government agencies, as well as private foundations and corporations. The IRC US Programs department resettles approximately 10,500 refugees annually and has over 900 staff and 3,500 volunteers.
SCOPE OF WORK
The Regional Program Manager works under the direction and supervision of 2 Regional Directors (RDs) to support three key areas of US Programs office operations: operational and program quality; research and analysis; and administration.