About this handbook
Security incident information management (SIIM) is the collection, reporting, recording, analysis, sharing and use of information (including data) linked to a security incident.
Security incident information management is a key part of an organisation’s broader security risk management, which aims to support organisational security in order to ultimately improve access to populations in need.
RedR UK’s recent use of simulation in its training has demonstrated that there is a strong argument for the value of this methodology. A new learning paper aims to outline the benefits.
Omar Mahammad is Community Mobilisation Coordinator with the NGO International Relief and Development (IRD) in Za’atari camp, Jordan - home to more than 80,000 Syrian refugees. He attended RedR’s ‘Protection’ training in October of this year. Here, Omar explains why it's so important that humanitarian staff working in Za'atari are well-versed in the principles of protection.
For the past six months, a wide range of actors have been working to develop the Sudan National Sanitation and Hygiene Strategic Framework, which will help to speed and scale up efforts to improve sanitation and hygiene services and practices across the country. WASH expert Sarah House explains RedR’s contribution to this vital initiative.
About the role
This post is an exciting opportunity for a fundraiser who wants to combine relationship development with Corporate partners and event logistics while being a part of a creative, fun and supportive team. If you enjoy relationship building, are organised, motivated and have excellent attention to detail, and want to build on your experience and skills in a varied fundraising role, you are what we are looking for!
About the Role
We’re a global humanitarian capacity-building NGO providing training, consultancy services and expertise to national and international NGOs working in disaster-prone countries. We work around the world, delivering capacity building programmes that are practical, up-to-date and delivered by experienced humanitarians.
A unique opportunity has arisen for a talented e-learning specialist to support RedR UK in designing, developing and delivering on-line course and events.
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.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented Corporate Relations Manager to support RedR’s ongoing projects.
Location Vauxhall,London Contract Open ended Salary £35,200.00 Closing date for applications 02 January 2017 Interviews to take place Week beginning the 9th January 2018 Start date TBC
About the role
This is excellent opportunity to join a well-established fundraising team leading on our corporate partners and building new relationships.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented HMG Training Coordinator to support RedR’s ongoing projects, coordinating their implementation, drafting new projects, providing project analysis, reporting to various donors and dissemination of project results and good practices and providing technical and logistical support for the Europe and Global Initiatives Programmes Team
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Strategic Security and Crisis Management course familiarizes Directors and Senior Management with the theoretical and practical aspects of strategic security management and crisis management to enable them to respond to crises as a team.
This training course explores the nature of humanitarian work, complex emergencies and conflict zones by putting to practice essential techniques in risk management, security assessment and thorough integration of security within an organization.
ABOUT THE COURSE
Monitoring and evaluation are essential activities for any project or programme. Careful monitoring of progress against targets allows timely changes to be made to maximise impact. Evaluation ensures accountability to all parties concerned, and allows learning to be carried through to future interventions.
It has been said that “good teachers produce good students.” It is equally true that good trainers produce good development workers. By passing on their wisdom and experiences through effective training techniques, humanitarian and development workers can extend the impact of their work to future projects and generations. Trainers in this sector ensure staff and volunteers are equipped with the skills and knowledge they require to deliver successful programmes.