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Learn more about RedR Australia

Learn more about RedR Australia

July 2013 -

Want to find out more about RedR Australia? Keen to discover how you could apply your skills in a humanitarian crisis?

Come along to one of our evening information sessions and gain an insight into how we work, what happens on our training courses and how to join our Register of skilled professionals.

Our people will share what you can expect from a RedR Australia field assignment and what it’s like supporting an international humanitarian relief effort. You’ll also have an opportunity to ask any burning questions you may have.

Standby Register members are ideally professionals with at least five years’ experience in their field including 12 months in an international context, preferably in an emergency response setting.  Our people are ‘field ready’ and can be on the ground within days of a disaster.

We recruit from a wide range of skillsets including public health, information and communications technology, logistics, public information/media liaison, engineering and water and sanitation.

Our current priority recruitment profiles include:

  • information management, ideally with GIS skills
  • protection and child protection 
  • emergency response
  • education in emergencies
  • nutrition

Click here to book your place. Please contact with any queries.

The nitty gritty:
Melbourne – Monday 16 September
Sydney – Monday 23 September

Venue details and other information will be provided via email. Like birthdays and tax returns our info sessions only happen once a year, and space is limited so get in quick to secure your spot.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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