Permanent contract

Starting position: 06/03/2024

Location: FRA-Asnières-sur-Seine

PUI around the world

With its 40 years of experience, Première Urgence Internationale:

Helps nearly 6 million beneficiaries

With a budget of more than € 100 million per year

Distributed in 24 countries, on 5 continents

Thanks to the involvement and commitment of:

More than 2,500 national employees

Around 225 expatriates of 50 different nationalities

And 120 employees at headquarters

PUI works in 10 sectors of intervention and stands out for the implementation of an integrated approach in its response. This method aims to identify and understand all the needs of people affected by a crisis. Our teams are mobilizing to provide a global response to all the basic needs of populations victims of humanitarian crises in an emergency, allowing them to regain autonomy and dignity.

To find out more about our history , our values , our areas of intervention.

Focus on the Operational HR Department

The Operational HR Department is currently being created. The mission of its members is to participate in supporting missions on the various HR aspects to guarantee knowledge of the PUI framework and its proper application in the field.

And the operational HR Representative in all this?

As an Operational HR Representative, you will be responsible for supporting PUI’s emergency missions and exploratory missions. You will provide functional HR support to opening emergency missions.

To this end, your responsibilities will be as follows:

You will support missions in the production of frameworks linked to the operational context.

You will be responsible for the proper application of PUI standards on your missions.

You will participate in HR strategy and team sizing.

You will contribute to the development of HR skills in your geographic center with the Human Resources Coordinators and with the various HR focal points.

Through regular visits, you will participate in the deployment of different HR projects.

The challenges that await you:

1/ Participate in the structuring of a new service.
2/ Support the missions of the emergency center on all HR aspects
3/ Contribute to the dissemination of the PUI framework

What you will need to succeed


You can provide proof of initial training (Bac+3) in Human Resources or international solidarity project management.


You have prior field experience with an international NGO, this is essential! You have experience at headquarters in similar positions: this would be an undeniable asset!


You demonstrate very good command of Excel and have a strong taste for working with IT tools. Have you already worked on Homer software? This position is for you!

Required qualities

You demonstrate good interpersonal skills and ease of communication, both written and oral. You demonstrate a great sense of organization, rigor, proactivity and stress management. You are proactive and have a sense of responsibility. You like to find solutions when a blockage presents itself.


French and English hold no secrets for you? Good, it’s essential for this position! Fluency in Spanish is a plus.

Laugh at you manager

“Come and participate in the implementation of a new service at PUI by putting your experience, your good humor and your motivation to the service of HR support for missions.”

PUI will offer you

Status frame

Salary: 3300 EUR gross monthly over 12 months, depending on experience

Medical coverage: 100% from health and welfare mutual insurance

Coverage: Coverage of 50% of the transport ticket and up to 60% of the Restaurant Tickets (with a face value of €10)

Rest : 5 weeks of paid leave per year + 1 RTT per month (37 hours/week)

A flexible teleworking policy , based on three modalities.

Our engagements

Première Urgence Internationale considers the diversity of nationalities, genders, beliefs, profiles and statuses within its Human Resources as a major asset for its humanitarian action, and therefore adheres to strict compliance with the principle of non-discrimination throughout its work. recruitment process.

Première Urgence Internationale practices a policy of zero tolerance towards exploitation, sexual abuse and mistreatment, in all its forms, of women, children and all other vulnerable people. It mobilizes all of its staff in the promotion, dissemination and respect of the principles set out in its ethical charter.

Please note that Première Urgence Internationale will under no circumstances request financial participation for administrative costs linked to recruitment. Any information in this direction would be fraudulent, please disregard it.

Do you recognize yourself in this profile and do you agree with our commitments? Do you feel ready to take on the challenge and join the big PUI family?

How to apply

Please follow this link and complete the form on our careers site.