400px Msf logo.svg 1 MSF Denmark is looking for a Training Coordinator for its Learning and Development Centre

MSF Denmark is looking for a Training Coordinator for its Learning and Development Centre

  • Remote
  • Remote
  • TBD USD / Year
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Médecins Sans Frontières

We are expanding our efforts into learning and development and therefore opening a new role at

the Learning and Development (LnD) Centre Copenhagen. This expansion entails a new position as

Reproductive Health (RH), Sexual Violence (SV) and Survivor of Violence (SoV) training

coordinator. The position will be remote with annual visits to MSF Denmark.

Your role

You will be a part of a team of three dedicated colleagues that are all working towards informing,

educating, and training MSF staff in both international mobile and country-based positions. As

training coordinator in the LnD Center Copenhagen, you will be responsible for developing

learning strategies across borders.

Your work will include performing learning needs analyses, identifying key learning priorities for all

MSF sections, devising a strategy to develop and update learning tools, and, in collaboration with

the LnD Centre, lift the level and quality of training in accordance with principles of adult learning

and pedagogy.


• In collaboration with the international working group for RH/SV, you will develop a learning

strategy within RH/SV, globally ensuring learning needs are met and professional

competencies are lifted in the projects.

• Coordinate and seek mutualisation of the learning offer withing RH/SV globally to optimise

and improve efficiency.

• Take the lead in developing Operational Centre Brussels’ learning offer within SoV, building

on the experiences from former courses and the recent SoV survey conducted by MSF


• Add professional competencies to and support the centre in securing adult learning

principles and pedagogy in the learning offer.

Essential Qualifications:

• Specialised and certified midwife, nurse, OBGYN or medical doctor with RH/SV and/or SoV


• Diploma in learning, adult education/training and/or equivalent experience in providing


Desired Experience:

• Experience with RH, SV and SoV.

• Experience from various (MSF) projects with RH, SV and SoV components.

• Experience with designing and implementing training programs, including knowledge of

learning methodology.


Your workplace will be based in your country of residence. It is essential that your country of

residence is situated no more than 3 hours outside the time zone of the LnD centre in Copenhagen

(GMT+1). If there is an MSF office in the vicinity of your home, we may be able to offer you a

hosted position in that office. We are a hybrid team and are looking for an international position.

It is therefore only an added value if you live close to an MSF field project.

The salary

Note that the salaries at MSF reflect our humanitarian identity and the market rates for the NGO

sector. The salary will be based upon the local rewards policy in the country that you reside in. We

are therefore not able to provide details in advance. The salary will be calculated for the candidate

chosen before accepting the position.

Line management

Will report to Head of LnD in MSF Denmark and functionally to both working group leader and

Head of LnD.

Working hours: Fulltime.

Start date: As soon as possible.

Médecins Sans Frontières

We are a movement of doctors, nurses, midwives, and many other professionals. Every year, we

provide emergency health care to millions of people affected by catastrophes, conflicts, and

epidemics, or who are otherwise deprived of access to a healthcare system.

We go where the need is greatest, regardless of who our patients are and where they come from.

We are committed to our principles of neutrality, impartiality and independence and bear witness

to what we see while providing medical care to the people we assist. In 1999, we received the Nobel

Peace Prize in recognition of our work.

We value diversity and strive for an inclusive and accessible workspace and encourage all individuals

with the required qualifications to apply, irrespective of ethnic, national, or cultural background,

age, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, disabilities, or any other aspect of their identities.

Work with us.

Questions regarding the position can be directed to Head of Learning and Development,

Merete Engell [email protected] or Recruiter, Dawan Rada [email protected].

How to apply

Deadline for applications is the 5th of March 2024.

The job interviews will be conducted on an ongoing basis, so please do not hesitate to apply.

If you can see yourself in this position, tell us why in a cover letter and send it with your CV to

[email protected]

Deadline: 5-Mar-24

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