The RedR Australia Standby 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. This is reflected in our indigenous reconciliation, localisation, disability and gender action plans found here.
The Recruitment Process
- Online application and submission of resume.
- Suitable candidates will be contacted for a telephone interview.
- RedR Australia will organise reference checks.
- Suitable applicants are required to attend RedR Australia’s two mandatory training courses: Essentials of Humanitarian Practice and Hostile Environment and Awareness Training (HEAT). Please view the Training Calendar to identify course dates before you apply.
- A final face-to-face interview will be organised in Melbourne after attending our mandatory training courses.
- Successful applicants will be asked to submit final documentation to secure their place on the RedR Roster.
We will keep you informed throughout each step of the process.