eLearning support Volunteer

‘Quick learner with keen interest in learning and technology’

War Child Holland is on a journey towards becoming a learning organisation. We are excited to scale our work and co-create our programme activities with partner organisations to reach more children. Through building capabilities of our staff and partners, learning will be playing a major role in reaching more children with quality.

Your challenge

We are running our War Child Learning World on the Kaya platform, which is hosted by the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. This role will be dedicated to supporting the Learning Manager and colleagues in the development of our learning paths/modules in the War Child Learning World.

  • Support in the development of micro modules on ‘how to design online learning in War Child’ (e.g. developing learning activities and building them in our platform/e-learning authoring tools)
  • Hands-on support to staff in developing learning paths and interactive manuals (storyboarding, learning design, learner profiling, learning needs, didactical guidance, develop activities and build the learning in our platform, developing badges)
  • Support with curation of existing learning materials from other providers to be integrated within the learning platform.

The e-learning support volunteer is part of the Programme Quality Team, and reports to the learning organisation manager.

Your profile:

  • Interested in working in an international organization, a multi-cultural setting and eager to learn
  • Keen interest in blended/e-learning and learning and technology
  • Enjoy supporting your colleagues in development of online and blended learning solutions;
  • Experience in using e-learning authoring tools, learning management systems and/or have video editing experience is an advantage (we work with a Totara based learning platform and the e-learning authoring tool Evolve)
  • Ideally, relevant experience or study(ing) education, pedagogy, social science, technology, programming, video editing or other related fields – this is a great opportunity to build up experience as e-learning developer/instructional designer
  • Proficient English speaker and writer. French/Spanish/Arabic are a plus
  • Available 1-3 days per week, starting as soon as possible for a period of 4-6 months (extension possible).

Our offer

  • The position offers you the opportunity to help you gain relevant job experience to start a career in the area of e-learning and/or Learning &Development, or to develop yourself in a new area of work.
  • Due to the current situation you are expected to work mostly from home, with occasional face-to -face meetings. As a volunteer you will receive a commuting allowance (if you have to come to the office)
  • You are invited for trainings, courses and events.
  • Pleasant working conditions, good atmosphere, great colleagues and of course the meaningful purpose of our work!

Our organisation

War Child is a young and dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our office, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace.

How to apply

Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply by no later than 26 September 2021. Make sure to upload your English CV (maximum of two pages) and cover letter here:

Please mention where you found this vacancy. Applications are considered on a rolling basis.

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Safeguarding

War Child is committed to humanitarian values, standards and norms and we expect the same from job applicants. War Child is especially committed to safeguarding the children and youth we support and doesn’t tolerate any form of abuse. Because we want to prevent and deter any actions that place children and youth at risk, conduct references are an important part of our recruitment procedure. As part of the selection process, War Child will request standardized references in accordance with the Inter-Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme and a recent Criminal Records statement.

Equal opportunity

War Child has a dream that every child lives in peace - no matter who or where they are. That’s why we pride ourselves on being an equal opportunity employer. We promote diversity and belonging in everything we do and select our potential new colleagues without regard to gender, race, colour, religion, nationality, disability, age or sexual orientation.

Application process

To ensure that we spend as much of our resources on the support of children and youth, War Child needs to operate as efficiently as possible. This means we can only process job applications received through our websites.

If we appoint a suitable candidate before the given closing date, the vacancy will be removed from our websites. In this case, any responses received after removal will not be processed. Sometimes the closing date of a vacancy is extended. If so, and you have not yet heard from us, your application will remain active.