Become a Team Member
The Kenyon Team Member Programme
In order to quickly and effectively respond to disasters around the globe, Kenyon maintains a roster of on-call specialists called Team Members. These are contract professionals who support the full-time Kenyon staff in their worldwide disaster emergency response effort, providing specific skills or general support as needed. These remarkable people help Kenyon in every aspect of the Company's work, in every location and in any conditions.
Why Become a Team Member?
When you join Kenyon, you join the world leader in emergency response. Your skills and talents are utilised to assist in significant humanitarian efforts. For many of our Team Members, working with us as part of a mass fatality response is the kind of job training that happens once or twice in a career. Team Members are paid competitive daily rates and typically work for two to three-week deployments. Should you be asked to deploy to a location away from your home, all travel, meals and lodging are provided for. Being a Kenyon Team Member affords the opportunity to work with global teams of professionals all working toward a common goal - to help those affected by the incident transition to what will be their new normal.
Kenyon has identified essential roles and functions that are critical to any event. Take a look at the list of functional areas to see where you might fit. While some functions require a professional license, certification or PhD, most do not. If you have a helpful ‘can-do’ attitude, flexibility and adaptability, there is a role for you as a Kenyon Team Member. However, the most important skills we look for in our Team Members are compassion and empathy for helping others in distress.
If you’re ready to apply, you can get started by following the New Team Member Registration instructions below.
New Team Member Registration
The registration process begins by completing the online application and includes a follow-up interview (in-person, video-conference or by phone) and verification of your accreditations. Before beginning the online application, have your passport, immunisation history (if applicable) and your resume/CV available. The online application process generally takes about 15 minutes. If you are unable to finish, you can save your partial application and return later. Good luck and thank you for your interest.