You’ve found it. The intersection of calling and career.

Use your God-given talents to help children, families,
and their communities overcome poverty and injustice.

Thanks for visiting. We’re so glad you’re here! Please take a look at our current job opportunities below. See anything that looks like a strong fit? Perhaps joining a calling on your heart with the intersection of your career? We hope so. If not today sometime in the future.

As a recruiting team we also extend an invitation to connect and follow us on LinkedIn. We share posts of jobs we’re recruiting for so you’ll know first when new roles open up. Another great way to learn and keep up to date on our work around the world is to check out all the great content on our homepage as well as follow us on social. We’re praying you remain safe and healthy during this time. God bless!

Talent Advisor

Client Groups

Catherine Miolla

Catherine supports our channel marketing teams including Team World Vision, Christian schools partnerships, Church and Ministry Programs, and World Vision Artists. She also supports our donor call center and occasionally finance.

Chad Kopkas

Chad supports our marketing, digital, creative, and technology teams, as well as some finance related roles.

Faith McMillion

Faith supports philanthropy/fundraising, corporate and planned giving, and domestic ministry teams.

Kylie Abegg

Kylie supports our International Programs Group based out of Washington DC which encompasses program management, advocacy, humanitarian emergency assistance, and resource development.

Melissa DiFrancesco

Melissa supports a variety of teams across the organization including our donor call center, marketing, international programs, and more.

Scott McDiffett

Scott supports a variety of teams across the organization including information technology, international programs, finance, marketing, digital, HR, and others.

Active on LinkedIn? Setup a job alert for “World Vision USA” and follow our World Vision USA page here.

Please note: Employment opportunities listed on this World Vision United States website are for U.S.-based jobs. For employment opportunities outside the United States, please visit the World Vision International website at www.wvi.org. Thank you! All employment with World Vision United States is conditional upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks to the extent allowed by law.

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Fraud Alert

World Vision and other charitable organizations are occasionally subject to phishing attacks (e.g. scams sent by email, text, mail). These scams often involve agencies or individuals impersonating or claiming to be acting on World Vision’s behalf with regards to recruiting or facilitating the hiring of personnel and can claim to be offering job opportunities and/or make requests for personal information. Please note, we do not extend offers of employment or make requests for personal information unless a candidate formally applies for a position on our World Vision careers site. Other fraudulent requests may include requests to convert funds or requests to forward financial transactions directly to field programs.

If you have received an email in connection with a job or financial opportunity, we urge you not to respond. These emails are not legitimate. Either delete the email or report it to www.ic3.gov.

Fraud Alert

World Vision and other charitable organizations are occasionally subject to phishing attacks (e.g. scams sent by email, text, mail). These scams often involve agencies or individuals impersonating or claiming to be acting on World Vision’s behalf with regards to recruiting or facilitating the hiring of personnel and can claim to be offering job opportunities and/or make requests for personal information. Please note, we do not extend offers of employment or make requests for personal information unless a candidate formally applies for a position on our World Vision careers site. Other fraudulent requests may include requests to convert funds or requests to forward financial transactions directly to field programs.

If you have received an email in connection with a job or financial opportunity, we urge you not to respond. These emails are not legitimate. Either delete the email or report it to www.ic3.gov.

Fraud Alert

World Vision and other charitable organizations are occasionally subject to phishing attacks (e.g. scams sent by email, text, mail). These scams often involve agencies or individuals impersonating or claiming to be acting on World Vision’s behalf with regards to recruiting or facilitating the hiring of personnel and can claim to be offering job opportunities and/or make requests for personal information. Please note, we do not extend offers of employment or make requests for personal information unless a candidate formally applies for a position on our World Vision careers site. Other fraudulent requests may include requests to convert funds or requests to forward financial transactions directly to field programs.

If you have received an email in connection with a job or financial opportunity, we urge you not to respond. These emails are not legitimate. Either delete the email or report it to www.ic3.gov.

Equal Opportunity Employer

World Vision U.S. is both an equal-opportunity employer and a Christian organization. We conduct hiring without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, marital status, parental status, membership in any labor organization, political ideology, or disability of an otherwise-qualified individual.

Pursuant to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 702 (42 U.S.C. 2000e I(a)), World Vision U.S. has the right to, and does, hire only candidates who agree with World Vision’s Statement of Faith or the Apostles’ Creed and conduct themselves in accordance with our religious beliefs.

Equal Opportunity Employer

World Vision U.S. is both an equal-opportunity employer and a Christian organization. We conduct hiring without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, marital status, parental status, membership in any labor organization, political ideology, or disability of an otherwise-qualified individual.

Pursuant to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 702 (42 U.S.C. 2000e I(a)), World Vision U.S. has the right to, and does, hire only candidates who agree with World Vision’s Statement of Faith or the Apostles’ Creed and conduct themselves in accordance with our religious beliefs.