Closing date: 26 November 2017
Job Type: Paid
This exciting role will be part of a brand new team established within our GTAS unit and will educate, empower and engage our internal programme teams and external stakeholders on DI through training, technical advice and toolkits.
Reporting to our Deinstitutionalisation Support Manager, you will be a champion and advocate for creating capacity and developing the technical understanding of family strengthening and DI work within governments, civil society and service providers. You will be responsible for planning, organising and implementing training and learning areas, such as delivering technical training, providing advice and guidance, producing toolkits and resources and delivering inter-country study visits for governments and organisational representatives working on DI and family strengthening services.
You will have a solid technical understanding and experience as a trainer, or in a technical or practitioner position in some, but not all, relevant areas of DI, such as social work, inclusive education, disability services, health services, alternative care, family preservation projects or community services. You will have a proven track record of child protection and safeguarding, be willing to travel both nationally and internationally, have excellent communication skills and a commitment to Lumos’ mission.
Please mention Bond when you apply for this position.