Cesvi believes that professional excellence and strong motivation, at every level of the organization, are the keys to success in humanitarian aid projects and interventions.

Our strong conviction is that only through the continuous improvement of professionalisms and behaviours as well as through the enhancement of diversities, high success rates in Cesvi aid projects worldwide can be guaranteed.

It is for this reason that Cesvi, in its Humanitarian Emergency and Cooperation Development programs, strives to include and train motivated and dynamic people interested in continuous professional growth and oriented to the achievement of the set targets.

We are constantly looking for professionals who are capable of coming up with innovative, out-of-the-box ideas to solve complex problems and of creating new opportunities for action. It is crucial for us to meet professionals that hold a sincere passion for international cooperation and believe in the importance of  working hand in hand with people with different cultural backgrounds, in a pro-active organizational context built on interdependence and mutual trust to achieve the common goal of sustainable development.

The professional path consists in the progressive development of the required competencies to grow in the operational area concerned, encouraging inter-functionality and team building.

Cesvi aims to ensure that all its employees are valued for their contribution and are given the opportunity to realize their full potential within the organisation. Our aim is staff professional and personal growth. Such growth will be constantly monitored through moments of appraisal to share the level of functional and behavioural competencies reached insofar. The ultimate objective is to maximise the results achieved and to assess development and training programs, with the aim of supporting staff in gradually undertaking roles of greater responsibility.

For new collaborators, in Italy and abroad, Cesvi provides for professional development with a specific focus on the procedures and the main functions that interact with the sector in which the collaborator will be working.

The educational path procedure provides for a widening of the knowledge of the necessary skills for later professional development on a national and international scale through training on the job and managerial and functional training programs, defined to respond to the different operational areas of intervention.

Since November 2003 Cesvi is a member of PeopleinAid, the international network whose aim is to improve practices and share experiences regarding the management of staff operating in the humanitarian sector. In 2004 Cesvi began verifying the respect of the principles expressed in the “People in Aid Code of Good Practice in the Management and support of Aid Personnel”. This process was completed in June 2007 with the publication of a Human Resources Policy.