Job Vacancies

Training Consultant

Location: South Africa (home based, will require extensive travel locally and internationally)
Contract type: Ad Hoc projects (Part Time)
Expected start: Early 2024
Annual salary: Market Related – daily rate

About DeafKidz International

DeafKidz International (DKI) is the UK’s leading organization working to ensure that deaf children and young people are able to live safely and without fear of stigma, discrimination and abuse in their communication mode of choice. With safeguarding at the heart of all we do, DeafKidz International aims to respond comprehensively to the safeguarding and protection of deaf children and young people worldwide.

Job Purpose

This is an exciting time to join a small but growing charity, as we enter DKI’s tenth year of operation and next phase of our strategy. The consultant will be responsible for training a wide variety of stakeholders on the delivery of the DeafKidz Defenders (DKD) Safeguarding Programme. This programme will ultimately be delivered to deaf children in low resource settings globally.

Key Tasks & Responsibilities

This does not provide an exhaustive list of duties and may be reviewed as the role develops.

Job Location

The role is expected to be home-based and remote, with in-person training sessions to be held on a project-by-project basis. The role will require global travel to undertake training workshops.

Person Specification

Essential Knowledge and Experience
Desirable Knowledge and Experience

Core Behaviours

Team working:

To Apply

Applications should be sent to by 1st March 2024 and
should include:

Should your application be shortlisted, we will contact you via email to arrange an interview date.

DeafKidz International is an equal opportunities employer and we positively welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their age, disability, gender, marriage or family status, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or any other basis.

DeafKidz International has zero tolerance of abuse, exploitation, inappropriate behaviour or harassment of any kind. We are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children, vulnerable adults, beneficiaries, and our staff. All staff, consultants and volunteers are required to share in this commitment though our Code of Conduct. We will undertake pre-employment checks including references and criminal record checks as appropriate.

For any questions about the role please contact

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