E-learning Training Co-ordinator

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A unique opportunity has arisen for a talented e-learning specialist to support RedR UK in designing, developing and delivering online course and events.

Vacancy information

Vauxhall, London
part-time role on a fixed term contract to 31/12/18
£28,800.00 p/a pro rata
Interviews to take place
Interviews will take place on a rolling basis, as and when potential applications are identified
Start date

About the role

This position is within the Europe & Global Initiatives Programme which is the largest of four regional offices within RedR UK and is expanding: in terms of geographical reach so that our work reaches more practitioners across Europe; so that we reach more first responders; so that we deliver a wider range of capacity building services; and so that we deliver more support in DRR and preparedness.

In this role you will work within phase 2 of the Ready to Respond programme. Ready to Respond was developed in response to growing urbanisation worldwide, and the need for the humanitarian sector to develop its skills and expertise to meet the different challenges of disaster response in urban environments. Thanks to the support of our donor, RedR UK has been able to support the humanitarian community to increase its capacity in urban disaster prevention, response and recovery.

Ready to Respond has already produced a 5-day Urban WASH in Emergencies, a 5-day Shelter in Urban Emergencies and a 3-day blended learning Urban Humanitarianism course for the private sector.  We are now moving into phase 2 of the project where RedR will develop e-facilitated courses along with continuing our face-to face training and mentoring scheme. For more information on phase 1 of Ready to Respond please view:

Person Specification


You will need to demonstrate: at least 3 years’ E-learning expertise; familiarity with learning theory, your technological expertise and your experience of:  relationships and representation; monitoring, evaluation and learning and work planning and be a team player with good communication skills. 

Ideally, you’ll also be qualified in your field, have experience of working on funded projects, and have some technical expertise in the humanitarian sector


To apply

To apply, please mail your CV and a cover letter which states your suitability for the position against the criteria in the person specification to

Closing date for applications: we will interview suitable candidates on a rolling basis from 22/1/18 onwards.

To download the full job description and person specification, please click here.

N.B.:  The advertised roles are based in London (United Kingdom), and RedR UK will be required to verify that the successful candidate(s) has the right to live and work in the UK.

Please also note that due to limited resources, we will only be able to contact shortlisted applicants.