RedR UK is recruiting qualified, experienced individuals to join our pool of Associate Trainers and Consultants.
We are looking for experts to contribute to our Humanitarian Crisis Response in Ukraine and neighbouring countries. Our Associate Trainers are engaged in many ways, including developing new training materials, facilitating training courses and hosting capacity building events.
Our current priority is to recruit trainers with expert level knowledge in Humanitarian Project Cycle management, Humanitarian Ethics and Principles, Humanitarian Coordination, Data Collection, Storage and Handling, Gender-based violence, Inclusion in humanitarian programming, Safety, security and well-being, Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA), Community engagement/communication, Management of Collective Centres/Displacement Sites, as well as trainers fluent in Ukrainian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak or Russian languages, or with extensive programmatic experience in the Eastern European region.
If you are an experienced humanitarian, are familiar with adult learning, participatory training approaches, can deliver group presentations, manage group dynamics, and enable a group to learn together, especially remotely or online, then we would like to hear from you.
RedR UK will provide training, coaching and mentoring support to successful candidates, access to RedR UK training materials, and an opportunity to deliver RedR UK training courses immediately upon completion of the onboarding.
Complete this online application form and send a copy of your most recent CV to: Mentoring@redr.org.uk with subject title: Ukraine Associate Trainer Application [your full name].
Deadline for applications 15 June 2022.
Candidates with the skills and experience that match our requirements will be invited to an assessment.
Please be aware we are unable to respond to unsuccessful candidates. If you submit an application but do not hear from us, it would regrettably mean that you have not been shortlisted. We assess each application against several important criteria, including previous thematic and regional experience, expertise on the context and subject matter(s), and location and language requirements of the services needed. We are unable to provide feedback to individual applicants.