Service to Armed Forces: International Humanitarian Law Youth Action Campaign Regional Coordinator
The Regional Coordinator for the International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Youth Action Campaign (YAC) coordinates the program at a regional level. The YAC informs youth ages 13-24 about IHL and encourages youth to build a peer-to-peer awareness campaign on an IHL topic.
·Attend the Coordinator Training administered by NHQ.
·Recruit teams of youth IHL advocates from your region to participate in the program.
·Implement the IHL training for youth teams and help them to design their campaigns on an IHL topic.
·Commit 2-4 hours a week with youth teams during the implementation of the campaign.
·Take responsibility for youth registration, evaluation of the campaign, purchasing of supplies, and process for
selecting who to send to DC for the annual summit.
·Report data related to metrics to regional staff in a timely manner.
·Communicate as necessary with the IHL Program Officer at NHQ.
·Participate in the monthly call during the implementation of the program.
·Perform other job-related duties, as assigned.
Qualifications: ·A passion for working with youth and an interest in IHL.
·Excellent project management, group facilitation, and communication skills.
·Must display flexibility, adaptability, initiative, and teamwork.
·Must possess the ability to present politicized issues in compliance with the American Red Cross’s neutrality
·Experience working with youth, the Red Cross, and IHL is preferred
About American Red Cross of Nebraska-Iowa Region
2912 S 80th Ave, Omaha, NE 68124, US
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Multiple locations Bellevue, NE 68123
August 4, 2021
- Group Facilitation
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Background Check