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March 22, 2018

Railway Children India is looking for Training Officer

Organization: Railway Children India

Position: Training Officer (TO)
Reporting to: Head of Development Support (HoDS)
Reference: Training Officer- RCI

Location: Gurgaon, Haryana

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:

Educational Qualification: Post-graduate with social sciences background preferably Psychology
Experience: At least 5 years’ experience of working on the issues of children and facilitating training and workshops

Skills required:
— Basic knowledge of macro/micro development issues relating to India.
— Proficiency in using a diverse range of tools for facilitation
— Proficiency in working with different groups
— Excellent interpersonal, facilitation and analytical skills
— Strong presentation skills
— Good language proficiency in English, Hindi and some regional languages
— Strong documentation skills
— Proficiency in application of MS Office, especially Word and Excel
— Alignment with core organizational values of bravery, integrity, innovation and effectiveness.
— Commitment to working on the cause of children in difficult circumstances.
— Willingness to travel for up to 10 days a month.
— Flexibility and ability to work in a team.

Job Purpose: To implement the capacity building plan for RCI team, partners and external stakeholders.

Roles and Responsibilities:
— Coordinate the process of training need analysis for RCI staff and NGO partners and coordinate the implementation of their respective training plan.
— Lead or co-facilitate the delivery of training modules for both RCI staff and NGO partners as per the plan developed by the HoDS.
— Responsible for assessing the impact of all training efforts of RCI – partner NGOs, RCI staff and external stakeholders (including Government).
— Ensure the first draft of all training reports, coordinate their completion and record it for easy retrieval.
— Contribute to the development of RCI’s development support strategy.
— Assist in presentation of manuals for publication, good practice and documentation.
— Review different learning methodologies and determine the most appropriate learning methodology for different contexts
— Review existing literature and build up a good knowledge base of learning and facilitation materials.

Remuneration: Gross compensation for the position shall be attractive. The offer made to the selected candidate shall be commensurate with qualifications, experience and salary history.

Application Process: Eligible candidates interested in this position should send their updated resume / CV to joju@railwaychildren.org.uk.
— The application should include cover letter, discussing their interest in and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume, giving details of three references, current cost to organization and expected compensation.

Last date to apply: 18 December 2016

Note: Railway Children is an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds.

About Railway Children:

Railway Children (RC) is an international non-profit organisation, working since 1995 in the United Kingdom, India and East Africa. We believe in ‘a world where no child ever has to live on the streets”.

Railway Children’s (www.railwaychildren.org.uk) work strives for sustainable changes in the lives of children alone and at risk on the streets. Children living on the streets decide or are forced to leave home due to abuse, violence, neglect and poverty. While living on the street they are exposed to all forms of vulnerabilities, and even death.

Railway Children in India is a Liaison office (UNI-MULO05000515) of a charity in the UK (reg. charity number 1058991) as well as section 25 (now section 8) Company (U85100DL2013NPL260371). In 2013 Railway Children India (www.rcindia.org.in) was established as a not for profit (section 8) company to scale and sustain the impact of our work. TO is proposed to be recruited for RCI the company.