Humanitarian Mine Action Instructor - Mines Awareness Trust (MAT)
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
The Mines Awareness Trust (MAT) is currently delivering HMA training course in partnership with the International Mine Action Training Centre (IMATC), Nairobi, specifically demining and EOD training to International Mine Action Standards.
Due to planned expansion, MAT requires an additional HMA instructor to join the growing MAT training team.
The candidate will be responsible for delivering training to international students at the IMATC (Duty station Nairobi), and should have a strong background in the design and delivery of training.
Roles and Responsibilities:
The HMA Instructor will be under the direct management of the MAT KENYA Country Programme Manager and will be responsible for the following:
Design and Develop instructional specifications (lesson plans)
Assist in the development of training materials
Manage day to day delivery of instruction
Conduct testing and data validation
Write student course reports
Stand in as Chief Instructor when necessary
Essential Qualifications and Skills: Advanced EOD qualification (IMAS EOD level 4 or military equivalent)
IEDD Operator (Advanced or No1)
BCMD and/or CBRN Trained
Experience as a technical advisor managing field operations within a HMA project/programme
Proven experience of designing and delivering training (using the SAT method).
Good knowledge and understanding of IMAS and IMSMA.
Computer literate (MS PowerPoint, Word and Excel as a minimum)
Excellent written and spoken English
Desirable Qualifications and Experience: Knowledge of integrated clearance methodology utilising manual, mechanical and MDD assets
Experience of working within HMA projects in different countries
Knowledge or experience of SALW projects
Only short listed candidates will be contacted
How to Apply:
Mr B Remfrey MBE Managing Director MAT
C/O SOG, La Villiaze, St Andrew
E-mail: info[ at ]minesawareness.org
Start date for the successful applicant will be the 12th January .
For further details, see: Humanitarian Mine Action Instructor - Mines Awareness Trust (MAT) Website