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Work with us

The PS Centre is located in Copenhagen, Denmark and hosted by the Danish Red Cross. All fulltime staff are based in Copenhagen and work under the same employment conditions as Danish Red Cross Headquarter staff.


Presently there are no vacant positions at the PS Centre. Please see www.ifrc.org, www.icrc.org or the website of your National Society for other career options in the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement


The PS Centre is always interested in hearing from potential volunteers. However, please note that volunteers are not sent on field missions. The PS Centre supports field operations by providing support and by fulfilling its role as a reference centre based in Copenhagen. Volunteers would either provide support at the PS Centre, or from their own office or home.

Currently we are looking for:

  • certified translators of Arabic, Spanish, French and Russian, who can assist us with translations from English and proof reading
  • fundraising volunteers
  • volunteers who own a camera and are skilled in taking photos and/or video footage of psychosocial activities
  • writers who are interested in contributing articles about psychosocial support to the PS Centre web site.

If you are interested in volunteering with the PS Centre, please send us your CV and a letter explaining your background and how you think you can help to psychosocial.centre@ifrc.org.


Frequently asked questions

Can I apply for an internship with the PS Centre?2020-03-04T12:48:03+00:00

The PS Centre does not have the resources to take on interns at the moment. For available jobs at the PS Centre see open positions at the top of this page

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Upcoming events

Psychosocial Support in Emergencies – an online training

September 14 @ 9:00 am - September 17 @ 4:30 pm

A four-day on-line course in development and practical implementation of mental health and psychosocial support strategies in humanitarian settings as pandemics is offered online. The training is a pilot and carried out online due to COVID-19.  The training methodology is based on problem-based learning using practical exercises, group work, role plays, case studies and requires [...]