NGO Job Vacancy: SurfAid TRAINING OFFICER SurfAid International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the alleviation of human suffering through community-based health programs. We perform our work in isolated regions connected to us through surfing and are professional, highly energized, innovative and youthful in our outlook. Our main program areas are Community Based Health, Emergency Preparation, Environmental Health (Water and Sanitation) and Malaria prevention. We are now seeking one Training Officer, based in Padang, West Sumatra to support our programs in Nias and Mentawai. The Training Officer will report to the Training Manager, work closely with the Program Manager in Nias and Mentawai and will work as an integral part of the program management teams. The role is responsible for the preparation and delivery of trainings for all SAI programs in order to build capacity and enable better delivery of quality programs to SAI Communities. Interaction with SAI staff and program beneficiaries is important together with a detailed understanding of community issues. In conducting his/her duties and responsibilities, field visits will be frequent. Requirements The successful applicant will hold a university degree (in social sciences, public health, community development, people management, psychology or education) and have at least five years relevant working experience. Fluency in written and spoken English and excellent communication skills is critical. In addition, it will be preferable for the successful applicant to possess experience in: 1. Working with an NGO in community development and behaviour change 2. The role of trainer and coaching 3. Participatory adult learning 4. Indonesian region and health systems 5. Nias and/or Mentawai culture, history, health habits and beliefs 6. Developing module based training and participatory multi-media development, (posters, graphics, drama, video etc) SurfAid International provides a competitive salary and benefits package for the successful candidate. Please send your cover letter (clearly identifying the role you are applying for) and your CV to the HR Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 7th December, 2009. We look forward to receiving your application!