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The work we do at Rescue Global requires that we employ some of the most accomplished people from their respective fields. Being motivated by a sense of service to others and a desire to continuously improve how we deliver upon the Rescue Global mission - To Save Life - in the Disaster Risk Reduction and Response (DRR&R) environment, is vital. Rescue Global is an equal opportunity employer, giving particular attention to the employment and re-deployment of military, government and emergency service veterans.

Our work at Rescue Global is made possible because of an efficient team of full-time, part-time, and qualified retained employees (hybrid part-time employment similar to the retained fire service or reserve military groups), along with paid interns and unpaid volunteers.

All of the positions at Rescue Global, no matter how employed, require extraordinary dedication, to include extended periods of deployed activity for training and operations, both domestically and abroad.

When a vacancy arises it will be posted on this page, with an overview of the position and instructions on how to apply. If there is no vacancy listed, we are not currently hiring. However, we encourage you to visit this page, and our volunteering page, often as we are a dynamic organisation with changing needs.

RECENT VACANCIES:

PATHFINDER - TEAM LEADER

Summary - The Pathfinder Team Leader (PF TL) is responsible for the development, welfare and operational management of Pathfinders and Pathfinder Team(s). The PF TL will also take part in and lead risk reduction and resiliency projects across the Rescue Global (RG) portfolio of Disaster Risk Reduction & Response (DRR&R) programming. This includes close collaboration with the RG Engagement Programme, to include participation in business development and DRR&R project work streams. The ideal PF TL will possess in-depth knowledge, skills and experience in reconnaissance, assessment and surveys, and associated collection and reporting activities.

Start date: 2 May, 2017

Location: Crawley, West Sussex based, with worldwide deployment.

Salary: £40,000 - £50,000

RISK & RESILIENCE ANALYST

Summary - The Risk & Resilience Analyst (RRA) is a 7-month fixed-term, part-time (2-day a week) contract focused on collection and analysis of open source intelligence to support risk reduction and resiliency projects across the Rescue Global (RG) portfolio of Disaster Risk Reduction & Response (DRR&R) programming. This is an entry-level position. The RRA will have an aptitude for research, an investigative mindset, and excellent written and verbal communications skills. The role is largely research focused, although administrative and operational taskings may be generated from assigned research projects.

Start date: 2 May, 2017

Location: Crawley, West Sussex based.

Salary: National Living Wage / Hour

INFORMATION SYSTEMS OFFICER

Summary - The Information Systems Officer is a permanent, part time (2-3 day week) position which supports the Information Management Programme in the delivery of IT systems management activities at Rescue Global (RG). Information Management is critical to our ability to deliver the RG portfolio of Disaster Risk Reduction & Response activities worldwide. This entry-level position will expose a motivated and adaptable individual to a variety of ubiquitous systems, offering an opportunity to gain in-demand IT skills on which to form the basis of a future career.

Start date: 2 May, 2017

Location: Crawley, West Sussex based.

Salary: £19,000 - £21,000 pro-rata (2-3 Days / Week)

FUNDRAISING AND COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

Summary - The Fundraising and Communications Officer is a permanent, part time (2-3 day week) position which supports the Engagement Programme in the delivery of communications and fundraising activities at Rescue Global (RG). The Engagement programme encompasses internal and external communications, revenue-generation, and partnerships management. The programme is critical to our ability to deliver the RG portfolio of Disaster Risk Reduction & Response activities worldwide. This early-career level position will expose a motivated and adaptable individual to being an integral part of implementing an international communications strategy, and to a broad range of fundraising activities, spanning trusts, grants and foundations, and commercial opportunities.

Start date: 2 May, 2017

Location: Crawley, West Sussex based.

Salary: National Living Wage / Hour plus fundraising incentives (2-3 Days / Week)

Rescue Global is committed to equal opportunities and we value a diverse team. Applications from women, minority and underrepresented groups are encouraged.

If you would like to reach out to us, please register your interest by using the Contact page. Please understand that we may not reply to requests for information or unsolicited job applications.

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