Employment Opportunities

Rwanda Group Shot

URI staff gathered at the 2023 Global Leadership Conference in Kigali, Rwanda.

We work with hardworking, compassionate, and innovative peacebuilders from a wide array of backgrounds around the world. Check this page for opportunities to join our team.

Open Positions

Regional Coordinator for North and West India

The Regional Coordinator (RC) for North and West India will serve as a member of the URI Global Staff and work as a movement organizer to support CCs and guide URI development in the region.  She/he will work in alignment with new priority strategic initiatives related to optimizing network growth,  implementing the health approach to violence prevention, and developing a learning-in-action ecosystem. The RC is responsible for strengthening, growing & uplifting the CC network to accomplish URI’s Purpose.  The RC upholds and models the Preamble, Purpose, and Principles stated in the URI Charter (see https://uri.org/what-we-do/charter). The Regional Coordinator is supervised by the Asia Regional Director.

This is a full-time position

Commensurate with experience & similar non-profit positions within India

The successful candidate will live in North or West India.

Complete the application which is a separate word document.  Send it with a cover letter stating why you believe your qualifications are a match for the position, your resume and two professional references to [email protected]

Applications will be accepted until 1st June, 2024, or until the position is filled.


About URI

The United Religions Initiative (URI) is the largest grassroots interfaith network, with members and activities in more than 110 countries. URI was founded in the year 2000 as a non-profit organization. 

The Purpose of URI is threefold: to promote enduring, daily interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence, and to create cultures of peace, justice and healing for the Earth and all living beings. URI connects grassroots groups and individuals working in support of its Purpose across the globe into a vibrant network.

Group members of the network are called Cooperation Circles (CCs). There are currently over 1,150 CCs in 110 countries. These Cooperation Circles address local issues that impact their communities through community projects focused on 14 action areas.

The URI global support office and 20 regional offices on six continents support its decentralized global network of grassroots groups – providing them with training, mentoring, coaching, communications systems, and connection to a global network.