Helping others runs through your veins

One could think that only doctors or healthcare practitioners have the capacity of improving the lives of people on a daily basis, but at the Red Cross, whether you work in IT or in any other service, you are making your contribution

Present in 188 countries and gathering 125 million men and women, the Red Cross is not only the oldest but also the largest and most important humanitarian organisation worldwide, helping 233 million people every year. 

The Blood Bank of the Red Cross collects, prepares and distributes blood samples, using leading edge technologies to supply hospitals around the world with the best blood in terms of both quantity and quality.

  • 1864Creation year
  • Icon for ResponsibleResponsible
  • 45Average age
  • Icon for Work-life balanceWork-life balance
  • 1810Employees
  • Icon for Family feelFamily feel

Access by car

Follow the A4, E19, A54/E42, E411 or E42 in the direction of Namur, until the crossroads with Liège, Namur, Charleroi and the N4.

Access by bus

Bus stop: 
Navette Mobi-Parcs
50 m

Access by train

La Gare de Rhisnes
1700 m


The purpose of your career

The Red Cross puts itself on the line to alleviate human suffering and to prevent humanitarian crises. Its actions and initiatives are based on the fundamental principles of humanity, neutrality, independence, generosity, unity and universality. 

Different functions in the organisation allow the Red Cross to function efficiently, and all of these functions are essential. If you are looking to make a purposeful career move, then the Red Cross might be the right place to work for you.

There are no ordinary jobs at the Red Cross. Each coworker contributes to the greater good, in direct contact with the people in need or behind the scene. You want to join their team?

Spontaneous application

Helping others is natural to you? Go for it and send us your CV, even if you don't see the exact job opening matching your profile. We'll make sure the Red Cross hears from you.