Humanitarian Roster
Join As A Skilled Professional

The RedR Australia Roster is open to both Australian and international applicants. RedR Australia is committed to represent the strength of diversity within our community and apply special measures to foster greater equality by supporting groups of people who face, or have faced, entrenched discrimination so they can have similar access to opportunities as others in the community.

We recommend that candidates read the Deployment Process and Key Skills In Demand pages before submitting an application.

Roster Recruitment Process

  1. Candidates must first complete an online application for the RedR Australia Roster.

  2. Candidates that meet the minimum requirements of membership will be invited to undertake a telephone interview.

  3. If successful after the phone interview, candidates will be invited to participate in the mandatory training courses – the Essentials of Humanitarian Practice (EHP) and Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) courses. Courses can be completed through RedR Australia, at the candidate’s own expense in Australia, Jordan or the Pacific.

  4. Once both courses are completed, RedR Australia will arrange and conduct a face-to-face / video link technical interview.

  5. If you are successful after the technical interview, RedR Australia will conduct two reference checks with two professional referees nominated by you.

  6. Candidates will be also be required to complete a criminal background check for all countries where they have spent twelve months, or longer, in the past five years.

  7. Once all documentation has been submitted and approved, successful candidates will be accepted on to the RedR Australia Roster and are granted access to apply for RedR Australia deployments (Note: Final selection for deployments is made by the requesting agency).

For enquiries about the RedR Australia Roster, please contact [email protected].

Highlighting Your Key Skill Areas

Whether you are new to the sector or an experienced humanitarian, it’s important to highlight your key skills, their relevance to RedR Australia and the work we do on behalf of our partners. You might like to review the Key Skills In Demand page to see the typical skill profiles requested by our partners.

Your curriculum vitae (CV) needs to accurately reflect your experience. Please prepare your CV using a clear, professional format that presents your skills and experience in an easily accessible manner - (we recommend the proforma CV template).