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Conflict and Fragility Trainer (INT3810)

Organisation: Oxfam

Posted on: 11 September 2017
Application deadline: 9 October 2017

What are we looking for?

We are looking for a Conflict and Fragility Trainer to collate and consolidate learning, both from Oxfam and the sector in the thematic area of conflict and fragility. This will require foundational skills such as; conflict sensitivity, gendered conflict analysis, conflict sensitive MEAL (monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning) and partnerships in conflict contexts.

Be involved

You will be a highly experienced professional known for your knowledge and training expertise on fragility and conflict. You will have a strong grasp of knowledge dissemination and training processes that support individual and team learning in diverse, fragile and conflict affected contexts. You will have proven track record of working and supporting training processes in these contexts, whilst being culturally, conflict and gender sensitive.

You will also be up to date on the latest thematic developments and toolkits in conflict and fragility and develop strategic partnerships with other actors in this area. You will have the skills and capability to impart this to others through mentoring, training and engagement.

Be Oxfam

Oxfam is a global movement of people who won’t live with the injustice of poverty. Together we save and rebuild lives in disasters. We help people build better lives for themselves. We speak out on the big issues that keep people poor, like inequality, discrimination against women and climate change. And we won’t stop until every person on the planet can live without poverty.

More than 8,000 people already commit their time and talents to our humanitarian and long-term development projects. Now we’re looking for yours.

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Be loud. Be proud. Be at the heart of our success. To find out more about this integral role and to apply, please copy and paste the link below into your browser;

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organisation.

Contact details

In the first instance, please use the link provided in the summary. For any further enquiries, please email;

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