To join our RedR India’s Register you need practical specialist experience, as well as the ability to cope with unfamiliar situations, to work in difficult and often dangerous environments, and to work in either culturally diverse teams or independently.
RedR India also provides potential members with the opportunity to develop or hone their skills and capacities by conducting regular training courses.
Applicants deemed to be suitable are placed on the Register and their details are submitted when field agencies make requests to RedR India. Many field assignments are short term, often involving taking leave from a permanent job, whereas others choose to pursue a career in the aid sector and do regular field placements with RedR India and other organisations.
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