RedR India is committed to selecting suitable people and making sure they are well trained for the difficult and sometimes dangerous work of humanitarian aid in natural disasters and complex emergencies.
The application process is thorough and demands a significant commitment of your time and energy. If we are unable to accept you onto our register, the process will have helped you clarify your key competencies and aptitude for humanitarian work and any additional training you require.
Following a review of your application and CV, if we believe you have the skills and practical experience that might be suitable for the register, you will be invited to participate in an interview to clarify your relevant skills and experience and ensure you understand how our register and deployments operate. If our assessment of your skills and experience remains suitable for the register, we will then invite you to attend beneficial training courses.
If we feel that you are not currently suitable for the roles to which we deploy people, we will offer suggestions for additional training, skills development or alternative organisations.
After the successful review of your application, RedR India will contact your two referees for their references based on the competency table given in your application pack.
After receiving your references RedR India will invite you to undertake one or more of its training courses (of relevance to you) as a part of the process of identifying and understading your interests, comeptences and appropriateness for the register. This will be followed by an interview during one of the courses or at another time. This will be RedR India’s final opportunity to understand how an applicant might fit onto the Register and is also an opportunity for applicants to finalise questions about RedR India.
Acceptance onto the RedR India Register
If accepted, you will be required to provide RedR with some additional administrative documents (e.g. background check, transcripts, passport scan and photos). Once all documents are received, you will be placed on the register, to await notification of field assignment requests that might match your skills and availability. You will also receive an offer of membership with a consent form to complete the membership process.
Being part of register does not necessarily guarantee field assignments. Deployment depends on your suitability for the roles for which we receive requests, on your availability and on the decision of the field organisation which has asked RedR India to nominate candidates.
To apply to the RedR India Register, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.orgPhoto Credit - Chaitanya Chaudhary/ Leh Flash Floods Response
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