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Published: Wednesday, 15.05.2019

We’re expanding our team!

Do you wish you had a fulfilling job? Would it make you happy to know that in addition to bringing in a regular monthly income, your work would help the children in need? We have a job for you!

 You have probably already noticed SOS representatives in many locations around Croatia. The orange details on their clothes and their broad smiles make them easy to spot. Their main job is representing SOS Children's Village Croatia in a professional and positive way and offering memberships in the Friends Club. By becoming members of the Friends Club, private citizens get the opportunity to contribute to making lives of children in SOS Children's Villages happy and carefree.

If you are socially aware, outgoing and open to working in a variety of public locations, we are looking forward to your application. In return, we offer regular monthly income, employment contract or the student employment contract, a stimulating and dynamic setting, necessary training and possibility of advancement. Send your application to http://predstavnik.sos-dsh.hr/ and we will contact you.

In recent weeks, SOS representatives have been active in numerous locations in Osijek, Vukovar, Đakovo, Split, Zagreb and Zaprešić. Stop by and hear what they have to say about life in SOS Children's Villages.

News

Published:
Thursday, 31.10.2019

Our children look after the environment

The SOS Children's Village Ladimirevci hikers, both children and grown-ups, took part in the “Don’t Be A Sap, Plant A Tree” campaign, thus contributing to making Croatia greener and combating climate changes.

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News

Published:
Tuesday, 29.10.2019

We celebrate 70 years of SOS Children's Villages worldwide

In honour of the 70th anniversary of our umbrella organization SOS Children`s Villages International, we held a conference ‘Recognize, Care, Be Proud!’ – On Children in Alternative Care.

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Published:
Monday, 28.10.2019

Volunteers from A1 Croatia plant maple trees in our Village

They brought the maple tree saplings, shovels and potting soil and as soon as they had their morning coffee, they rolled up their sleeves and got to work in SOS Children's Village Lekenik!

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