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Teach For All Recruitment Portal 2020

Teach For All Recruitment Portal

Teach For All is a global network of over 40 independent, locally led and governed partner organizations and a global organization that works to accelerate the progress of the network. Each network partner recruits and develops promising future leaders to teach in their nations’ under-resourced schools and communities and, with this foundation, to work with others, inside and outside of education, to ensure all children are able to fulfill their potential.

Teach For All’s global organization works to increase the network’s impact by capturing and spreading learning, facilitating connections among partners, accessing global resources, and fostering the leadership development of partner staff, teachers, and alumni.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

1. Job Title: Director, eLearning and Multimedia Development

Ref #: 607
Location: Nigeria

Position Summary

Teach For All’s Global Learning Lab seeks, supports and shares innovation from classrooms and communities that are ensuring all children have the opportunity to fulfill their potential as leaders of a better future. We pursue that learning through cross-cultural collaboration among educators, students, families, researchers and social entrepreneurs across and beyond our network in marginalized communities around the world.

The Director of E-Learning & Multimedia will use e-learning platforms, audio/video editing, and our new website to create – in collaboration with Global Learning Lab colleagues – a rich array of virtual learning and sharing experiences that benefit educators and children around the world. Ideal candidates for this role will not only bring strong skills and experience in virtual learning and adult learning theory, but will also be a strong story-teller with deep commitment to educational equity. The person in this role will work across geographical, cultural and socio-political boundaries to stoke a powerful, meaningful and impactful exploration of transformational learning and leadership.

Success in this role means that the ideas and insights being surfaced by the Global Learning Lab are accessible, actionable and impactful in classrooms, teachers, students, and families in low-income communities around the globe, and that Teach For All is greatly improving its ability to catalyze learning and sharing across and beyond its network.  That success will happen both because of the resources the person in this role helps produce and the multimedia and learning insights this person imparts to colleagues within the Global Learning Lab and Teach For All.

Because of this person’s efforts, more children – especially those born into historically marginalized and oppressed communities – will grow as leaders of a better future for themselves, their communities and all of us. Because of this person’s efforts, more teachers in our partner programs will grow into the high-impact agents of change their communities need to challenge and change the education system for sake of those children.

Responsibilities (Include, but are not limited to)

  • Co-design and produce high-impact Global Learning Lab e-learning and multi-media resources (60%):
    • In service of Global Learning Lab’s learning agenda, collaborate with colleagues as “producer” for online courses (using e-learning platforms like Bridge, Articulate, and others)
    • Storyboard, capture, and edit video and audio (and manage others to do so, as needed) to create provocative learning resources
    • Consult and guide colleagues to maximize the impact of virtual learning products and processes
  • Manage the Global Learning Lab’s new website (20%):
    • Serve as “webmaster” for new website by cultivating and updating content
    • Maximize colleagues’ use of the website to accelerate progress
  • Spread Global Learning Lab learning and sharing through social media (10%)
  • Contribute to Teach For All’s emergence as a world-class innovator of digital learning and sharing by capturing and communicating with colleagues what the Global Learning Lab is learning about virtual learning (10%)


  • At least three years of relevant experience
  • Significant experience shepherding ideas to impact via multimedia learning and sharing

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • A deep learning orientation to the world and our work
  • Exceptional teaching skills – everything this role demands is, in essence, great teaching
  • Creative thinking around adult learning, especially using multimedia resources
  • Strong skills with e-learning platforms such as Bridge and/or Articulate
  • Multimedia and technology skills and orientation and a keen interest in using technology to drive impact
  • Demonstrated skills in several of these areas: instructional design, online learning, UX, production, content, storytelling
  • User-centric orientation with experience in building communities, driving user adoption, and/or managing change efforts.
  • Story-boarding and Story-telling: ability to draw out high-impact narratives that illustrate key ideas and to distill large amounts of materials to salient core points
  • Exceptional written and verbal communications skills
  • Strong collaborative working style; ability to work in partnership with a diverse range of stakeholders.
  • Ability to influence and motivate others outside of direct team relationships.
  • Ability to comfortably work across multiple dynamics of cultural differences
  • Ability to manage multiple streams of work, independently prioritize tasks, and work effectively in a fast-paced, deadline-driven, dynamic, and globally dispersed team environment.

Work Authorization:

  • Candidates for this position must possess local work authorization to be considered.

Travel and Hours:

  • Approximately 20% travel expected (usually something like one several-day trip every 4-6 weeks.) Given that we work across every time zone, some non-traditional hours for early or later calls are an expectation of this role.

Salary for this position is competitive and based on prior experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

2. Job Title: Director, Organizational and Leadership Development

Ref #: 598
Location: Nigeria

Position Summary

  • We are looking for a Director, Organizational and Leadership Development who will collaborate with our People, Organization and Culture (POC)  team and other leaders to shape and continually refine our strategy for developing an organization that is flexible and responsive to emerging priorities and that develops the leadership of our 140 staff across 18 countries in meeting our ambitious goals for growing the impact of our global network.
  • This Director, Organizational and Leadership Development  will also execute on this strategy and implement initiatives in various areas including staff coaching, staff growth and development, performance management, staff engagement and developing a strong diverse and inclusive culture. He/she will work  with staff across Teach For All to provide professional development opportunities and coach team leaders and managers in creating and maintaining a strong organizational culture aligned to our core values.

Along with the Head of POC and other leaders, this Director, Organization and Leadership Development will ensure:

  • A resilient organizational culture that is grounded in our vision, core values, intended outcomes and new ways of working. This is measured through qualitative feedback received through engagement survey or staff feedback
  • Staff development systems and  mechanisms to align with our ways of working
  • Increase staff engagement as measured by staff engagement survey, particularly related to questions surrounding professional development, leadership development, and career growth
  • Increase retention of high contributing staff
  • Increase ability of leaders to support their staff’s contribution and impact, measured through staff feedback and qualitative focus groups and results

Managing organizational evolution & culture change: Facilitate evolution of processes and structures as Teach For All works to move decision-making closer to the work, support flexible organization of people, and ensure staff access to effective coaching and leadership developmen:

  • Collaborate with Head of POC to design and refine our strategy to evolve Teach For All into a more agile and responsive organization and create and implement the structures, mechanisms, mindsets and skill sets to align with strategy
  • Advise Head of POC, team leaders and other strategic stakeholders within the organization on strategy, process, and implementation of this organizational change
  • Advise and coach team leader, managers, coaches and staff on various topics such as:
    • Building a resilient team culture and embedding the new way of working in their teams
    • Change management
    • Managing teams with a coaching mindset
    • Supporting teams on their growth and development journey
    • Navigating organizational dynamics
    • Managing relationships
    • Building team culture
    • Staff career growth and development
  • Create an interconnected community of team leaders, managers, coaches and sponsors who can support each other through organizational evolution
  • Design, deliver and convene working groups to co-create initiatives and resources to support staff to possess the mindset and skill sets to work effectively in an agile organization, including programs around sponsorship, building internal coaches, designing personal leadership development series, evolving onboarding and developing resources
  • Advise and thought partner with the Head of POC and team leaders on identifying strategic ways we can strengthen our professional development results, organizational culture and convene working groups to iterate to improve strategies and implementation.

Staff Growth & Development: Creating opportunities for our staff to grow and develop to make greater impact

  • Coach team leaders, managers and sponsors to develop an organization centered around staff leadership development and growth
  • Design,  implement and deliver initiatives to support growth and development of staff at all levels, which includes online and  in-person training and facilitation
  • Co-manage POC’s Chief of Staff’s work and support on:
    • Designing strategy and implementing initiatives to support the development of junior staff,
    • Coaching junior staff
    • Designing fellowship program for our non-partner facing staff to either attend network learning trips or temporarily work with one of our partners on an initiative that both meets the needs of our partner and utilizes our staff member’s greatest strengths
  • Ensure that our organization is a place where staff can access high quality individual and group learning experiences by collaborating cross-functionally with various internal stakeholders, including Head of POC, Program Strategy and Learning Specialist, Head of Leadership and Learning, Head of Organization Development and other team leaders

Performance Management:

  • Ensure effective performance management process
  • Continuously evolve our performance management process to align with our ways of working and to support staff’s own awareness of their overall performance and alignment with organizational core values

Develop, manage and support performance management process:

  • Develop tools and processes for managing our performance management process, professional development, talent planning and individual development plans
  • Enable staff to successfully execute performance management and professional development through training, coaching, and building of community of staff who support the overall process of coaching for performance and on giving and receiving feedback
  • Support Head of People Operations in selecting and transitioning to new HRIS platform that is aligned with our ways of working
  • Maintain and continue to evolve competency model and leadership development framework to ensure they are aligned with organizational paradigms and core values by engaging with internal stakeholders to understand their experience and external stakeholders, maintaining the online “leadership library” resources for staff development, and aligning existing tools with new paradigms.

Advising our people/managers on different employment matters:

  • Serve as Head of POC’s thought partner on organizational culture and talent planning
  • Support Head of POC in internal POC team strategy, including retreat planning, team performance and development, team culture, project management
  • Support Head of POC in crafting materials for Teach For All Board and other internal and external stakeholders
  • Coach managers through performance challenges and performance improvement plans
  • Support Organization Development team in their partner-facing work in professional development, staff engagement, management and leadership, and leading self, including drafting and supporting creation of knowledge products and some direct partner engagement and support

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum of 10+ years of professional experience within human assets/human resource and organizational development/organizational design is required
  • Experience in agile / responsive / teal organizations preferred
  • Experience with organizational change management required
  • Experience creating and/or facilitating adult learning
  • Experience with one or more of the following prefered: coaching staff, creating/facilitating staff onboarding; creating/managing organizational or team-based communications, building/facilitating organizational or team culture or championing/leading diversity and inclusiveness initiatives

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

  • Strong communication and listening skills both in-person and over the phone/email/Skype to effectively understand diverse people as well as synthesize and present to a diverse audiences with a range of perspectives on issues where they likely don’t agree
  • Strong strategic thinking; ability to zoom out and see patterns in data or dive-in and think through challenges on individual roles
  • Ability to manage multiple activities concurrently and independently as well as project manage and convene others to achieve results without direct authority
  • Outstanding sense of personal ownership, results-focus, detail-orientation and follow-up
  • Ability to influence others outside of direct management relationships
  • Deep belief in our mission and a strong conviction about the connection between how we operate internally and our ultimate intended impact
  • Prior experience living outside one’s home country and additional languages a plus, but not required

Exemplifies Teach For All’s core values:

  • Sense of Possibility: We believe in the extraordinary potential of all children and in our collective potential to realize our aspirations, and so we act with courage, boldness, urgency and perseverance in pursuit of transformational impact.
  • Locally Rooted and Globally Informed: We value the enormous assets in the communities where we work, immerse ourselves in local perspectives, needs and opportunities, and work in deep partnership with students, families, educators, and community members—all while also seeking to build our understanding of what is possible based on insights from outside of our communities and countries.
  • Constant Learning: We commit to continuous education, reflection and improvement as the foundation for the transformational leadership we strive to develop.
  • Diversity & Inclusiveness: We seek to ensure full participation of people from all cultures and backgrounds, and we believe those who have themselves experienced the inequities we’re working to address should guide and lead this work.
  • Interdependence: In recognition of our shared humanity and interconnectedness, we work with generosity and compassion to help each other develop and grow.

Travel and Hours:

  • Travel will be required to other Teach For All hub locations, approximately 2-3 times per year. Given that we work across every different time zone, some non-traditional hours for early or later calls are an expectation of this role.

Salary for this position is competitive and depends on prior experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

3. Job Title: Director, Communications & Storytelling

Ref #: 603
Location: Nigeria

Position Summary

  • Teach For All is seeking a Director, Communications and Storytelling to join the founding team of its Global Learning Lab for Community Impact. The new director will have the opportunity to build and execute a new communications strategy that ensures the lab achieves its goal of becoming a globally influential source of stories, insight and learning about what it takes to ensure all kids are able to build a better future for themselves and all of us.
  • The new director will design and manage a cutting edge approach to capturing, sharing, and amplifying the lab’s learning in order to reach and impact a global audience of practitioners both within and beyond our network. This is a fantastic opportunity to play a leading role in an ambitious, creative and fast-growing team.

Core Responsibilities

  • Envision, design and manage the lab’s communications and storytelling strategy
  • Lead the development of a vision and strategy for the lab’s storytelling and knowledge sharing efforts, in order to the lab as a globally-recognised source of stories, insights and learning about the drives of community-level progress
  • Design and deliver lab-wide content and communications strategy in close partnership with Teach For All’s public affairs team to ensure the strategy supports the organization’s marketing and communication goals and leverages already established resources
  • Develop the capacity of all lab team members as storytellers, ensuring they are equipped to support content-development and publication efforts, working with all members of the lab team to capture, curate and share insights, tools and resources
  • Ensure all lab materials are of the highest level of quality, establishing templates for all published content and setting internal norms for content creation and communications
  • Manage the capture and curation of global insights, community stories, tools and resources
  • Oversee the capture, publication and amplification of outstanding video and written stories of the communities making progress and leaders driving change worldwide
  • Lead the capture of the latest best practices, tools and resources from across our global network of community leaders and external experts, preparing them for publication
  • Manage the digital publication of three insights papers annually, working with all team members to identify our latest global insights and present them to our network audience
  • Collaborate with other Teach For All colleagues, or external contractors, in the capture, editing and publication of content
  • Develop and drive our strategy for the global sharing of insights, stories, tools and resources
  • Work in partnership with Teach For All’s Public Affairs team to ensure our insights, stories, tools and resources reach and impact our intended audience
  • Establish the lab’s core infrastructure for sharing these materials, including developing the digital platform to present our latest insights, stories, tools and resources
  • Develop and manage the dissemination plan that ensures our learning reaches and impacts our intended global audience
  • Support lab team members to craft messages, stories and presentations for publication in external media channels or presentation at external conferences
  • Oversee the work of the Director, Operations to disseminate lab stories, insights, tools and resources to our core audience.

Knowledge & Skills

  • The ideal candidate will be an expert communicator with a track record of telling stories and presenting materials of the highest quality across a variety of media, including video, print and online, using innovative methods to reach and influence a wide global audience.
  • You will also be an outstanding project manager who can work with multiple stakeholders and manage competing priorities, with a proven ability to set and execute a communications and strategy that includes managing the capture, curation and publication of content and resources.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributes:

  • Outstanding strategist and project manager with a proven ability to set a vision and strategy for a new initiative and deliver it to a high level
  • Brilliant storyteller and communicator with a track record of developing outstanding, cutting edge content in variety of media to influence others
  • Exceptional collaborator who is able to work with multiple stakeholders, across different teams, and with external contractors
  • Expert in the use of a variety of media to convey messages and stories to diverse audiences with a passionate belief in the power of stories, insights and materials to influence others
  • Excellent executer with experience project managing individuals and teams to create and disseminate high quality content
  • Social sector or education sector professional with experience in communications or communications professional with knowledge of education and/or community development

The following expertise will be a real plus:

  • Experience building the capacity of others to develop excellent content
  • Experience working globally and collaborating with stakeholders in multiple cultural contexts
  • Proficiency in a language other than English.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

4. Job Title: Head of Region – Africa

Ref #: 601
Location: Flexible within the region; Johannesburg, Accra, Lagos, Nairobi or Kampala preferred

Position Summary

  • Teach For All is looking for a dynamic and experienced team leader to manage Teach For All support for the network’s newly formed and growing Africa region.  As the Head of Region you will manage Teach For All’s engagement with the region’s early stage entrepreneurs and partner CEOs.
  • You will be responsible for continuously deepening and strengthening relationships across the region and will serve as an overall strategic resource who assists partners and prospective partners with assessing their greatest needs and marshaling network resources to meet them.
  • You will set the global organization’s external vision and priorities for the region and lead the regional team to ensure the network is maximizing the impact of both current and future partners.
  • The Head of Region position provides an exceptional opportunity for an individual with superior leadership, analytical, interpersonal, intercultural, and external skills to serve as a key contributor to our mission and help shape the education landscape in the region. The right candidate is one who has a proven ability to set vision, build culture, influence results through others, build strong relationships, and make sound strategic decisions that drive impact.  This individual is required to have deep familiarity living and working in the region, must reside in region, and reports to the Head of Partner Engagement and Head of Network Growth.


  • Demonstrated annual aggregate increase in partner programmatic results across the region as measured by progress towards Teach For All’s Intended Outcomes and partners’ assessment of and satisfaction with Teach For All support and connectivity.
  • New partners launch as strong, sustainable, and aligned local organizations that are deeply rooted in Teach For All’s unifying theory of change
  • A strong base of regional and global champions who support the work of partners and Teach For All in the region, including the need to raise $88M in funding for our collective work in Africa with partners  by 2025
  • The regional team is highly engaged and invested in a strong vision for regional impact.  Regional team strength and engagement are measured in Teach For All’s annual staff survey.

Regional Strategy: Setting Vision & Orienting Regional Team Execution (70%):

  • In collaboration with the Africa regional team and partner CEOs, establish, evolve, and drive execution of a regional strategy and priorities for support to current and prospective network partners.
  • Act as the primary senior relationship holder with all current and prospective regional CEOs, and build positive, long-term relationships as a means to achieving our shared vision and core purpose.
  • Build capacity of current and prospective partner organizations and enhance their strategic clarity through providing direct support and thought partnership as well as strategically leveraging support from regional and global specialists.
  • Facilitate connections, learning, and leadership development experiences for and among current and prospective partner CEOs within the region and more broadly across the network by strategically making decisions about how to best employ network resources and foster connections that drive impact.
  • In collaboration with partner CEOs & relevant external affairs colleagues, establish, evolve, and manage vision and execution of an external affairs strategy that fosters a strong regional ecosystem and assesses and acts on opportunities for fundraising, public sector and multilateral support, programmatic partnerships, and other potential champions both on the continent and abroad. This includes:
    • In partnership with the region’s partner CEOs and Teach For All’s Global Special Projects Lead, secure financial resources for Teach For All’s Africa Fund (a multi-million dollar initiative that aims to raise revenue from global funding sources to supplement local revenue that partners are raising across the continent to fuel their operations) as well as for Teach For All’s support of those partners
    • Work in partnership with Teach For All’s Government and Multilateral Partnerships team and network partners  to develop and execute a strategy for building multilateral support for the work of Teach For All and partners in Africa
  • Represent Teach For All externally as appropriate, and engage a wide set of stakeholders (including network CEOs, Global Advisory Council members, Board members, and current/prospective funders) to further develop the network’s presence and elicit support for our work in the region.

Regional Team Strength: Building & Fostering a Strong and Resourcefully Allocated Regional Team (20%):

  • In collaboration with functional team leads, hire, onboard, coach, and contribute to performance feedback of regional staff members to ensure a strong, highly effective team that attracts & retains diverse, talented staff.
  • Lead regional team members by ensuring high performance, leadership development, strong culture and effective allocation of financial and staff resources across the region to maximize regional impact.
  • Build a team and foster a culture that exemplifies Teach For All’s vision, values, core purpose, intended outcomes.
  • Ensure team operations provide effective systems and structures to communicate, collaborate, and access resources, knowledge, and tools needed for daily work.

Contribute to the Global Organization’s Strategy (10%):

  • Participate in various Team Lead discussions to input on broader programmatic and external engagement decisions that impact the design and implementation of engagement & support to current and prospective partners as well as our engagement with external stakeholders.
  • Act as a mentor to staff, helping shape organizational culture and build judgment and skills of colleagues.
  • Serve as a senior leader within the organization to inform organizational priorities and resource allocation.


  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum of 8 years professional experience required
  • Experience having managed a unit/team required
  • Experience working and/or living in the region required; experience working/living internationally is a plus
  • Willingness and ability to reside and work (authorization) in region long-term required
  • Prior experience with one of our network partner organizations, either as a participant or staff member, strongly preferred
  • French fluency strongly preferred.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

  • Ability to be highly visionary, strategic, and analytical
  • Demonstrates strong judgment and critical thinking
  • Ability to deeply understand multiple local contexts quickly as well as Teach For All’s unifying principles and theory of change
  • Exemplifies Teach For All’s core values
  • Ability to develop strong, authentic relationships with diverse individuals, and to influence and motivate others through both formal and informal authority across cultures
  • Impeccable organization, prioritization, time management, and attention to detail
  • Ability to navigate and drive towards impact in complex and ambiguous situations
  • Ability to operate in a flexible working environment, self-manage against high volume, and leverage key others for advice and input
  • Sensitivity to racial, cultural and ideological diversity
  • Ability & willingness to travel frequently to all partner organizations in the region

Travel and Hours
Travel expected, approximately 30 – 50%, mostly within the region to provide direct support to partner organizations and early stage entrepreneurs, or to attend regional gatherings, but also some travel out-of-region to attend conferences etc. Given that we work across all time zones,  non-traditional hours for very early or late night calls are an expectation of this role.

Salary for this position is competitive and depends on prior experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

5. Job Title: Director, Learning Experiences

Ref #: 604
Location: Nigeria

Role Summary

  • Teach For All is seeking a Director, Learning Experiences to join the founding team of its Global Learning Lab for Community Impact. The new director will have the unique opportunity to set and manage the foundational vision and strategy for all virtual and in-person learning experiences designed and delivered by the lab. These will include online workshops, roundtables, learning circles and self-guided learning modules, each designed to push the thinking and build the capability of local leaders working within communities across our global network.
  • The new director will envision, design and oversee the delivery of these learning experiences, along with a small number of high impact in-person events, and play a leading role within an ambitious and creative new team in ensuring that many more kids worldwide are on a path to creating a better future for themselves and all of us.
  • The director will further build the capacity of team members in the lab and across the organization to design and deliver world-class virtual and in-person learning experiences that grow the knowledge, skills and mindsets of others.

Core Responsibilities

  • Set and manage the vision and strategy for all learning experiences facilitated by lab
  • Set a bold and compelling vision for the lab’s approach to fostering ongoing learning among thousands of network leaders around the drivers of community progress
  • Envision and design a range of online and in-person learning experiences to be offered by the lab, such as roundtables, workshops and self-guided learning modules
  • Tailor learning experiences to a global audience of local community and civic leaders, social entrepreneurs, community organizers, policymakers, head teachers and teachers
  • Pioneer and establish new forms of collective inquiry-based learning experiences to reach and impact our large and diverse global audiences
  • Outline and oversee the delivery of an annual scope and sequence of learning experiences hosted by the lab in partnership with the remaining lab team members
  • Diagnose the development needs of the thousands of local leaders driving community-level progress across our global network, in order to inform the strategy
  • Oversee the design and delivery of high impact workshops, roundtables and self-guided learning experiences
  • Design and deliver regular interactive learning experiences to push the thinking of leaders working at the community level, in the form of roundtables
  • Design and deliver self-guided learning modules and learning loops to grow the understanding of our network audience about the drivers of community-level progress
  • Design and deliver experiences to build the capability of leaders across our network, in the form of workshops or leadership journeys
  • Support the compilation of best practice tools and resources from within and beyond the network that can support the learning and development of local leaders
  • Establish guidance and norms for all learning experiences offered by the lab, and ensure high quality of every learning experience
  • Grow the capability of the lab team to deliver high quality learning experiences
  • Design and deliver trainings to ensure that all lab team members are equipped with the latest best practices and tools in storytelling and facilitating adult learning
  • Provide coaching and feedback to lab team members as they design and deliver learning experiences, ultimately owning the quality of learning
  • Source experts from within and beyond the Teach For All network to support the learning of local leaders in priority content areas

Knowledge & Skills

  • The Global Learning Lab for Community Impact has ambitious plans to use online learning experiences as our primary means of catalysing learning amongst community leaders worldwide that results in faster progress for whole communities.
  • The ideal candidate for this role will be an expert in both online and in-person learning and development, a visionary thinker passionate about developing people, who can shape how the lab will use learning experiences in order to accelerate progress across our global network.
  • They’ll be an expert with a background in adult learning and track record of developing people, equally adept at using the latest virtual learning models as they are working in person.

Must-have skills and experience include:

  • Visionary thinker with the ability to conceptualise and design a global strategy
  • Exceptional designer and facilitator of adult learning, with a track record of developing people
  • Passionate innovator who loves to engage with new technologies and online learning tools
  • Cutting edge expert in the design and delivery of high impact virtual learning experiences
  • Experience developing others, whether as individuals or in small or large groups
  • Strong executer who can work entrepreneurially to drive a complex project from start to impact
  • Deep knowledge of learning theory, behavioural science and best practices in developing people
  • Strong relationship-builder, able to work effectively as member of a diverse team
  • Able user of the latest tools to facilitate learning whether in-person or online
  • Good knowledge of trends in global education, leadership development and collective action

The following expertise will be a real plus:

  • Experience with and knowledge about human-centred design and UX
  • Experience delivering online learning to low-bandwidth contexts
  • Experience designing and delivering learning for a diverse global audience
  • Experience working in education or social sectors
  • Proficiency in at least one language other than English

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

6. Job Title: Director, Operations – Community Impact

Ref #: 605
Location: Nigeria

Position Summary

  • Teach For All is seeking a Director, Operations to join the founding team of the new Global Learning Lab for Community Impact.
  • The director will be responsible for establishing team systems and structures, managing operations and providing support across the lab’s main work streams.
  • This will entail supporting the coordination of working partnerships with leaders across our global network, assisting the delivery of the communications strategy and leading logistical support for all of the virtual and in-person learning experiences hosted by the lab.
  • The director will work in close partnership with all members of the lab team, and manage relationships and collaboration with teams across Teach For All.


  • Design, establish and manage team operations for the lab
  • Establish foundational systems and structures to ensure the successful operation of the lab team, developing and overseeing communication, development and other processes
  • Lead on core administrative tasks including coordinating team calendar and travel, scheduling small and large group meetings, and managing team budget and expenses
  • Own and manage lab communications and working relationships with key stakeholders across the organization, to continually strengthen investment in our work
  • Project manage the lab calendar to ensure that key milestones are achieved, for example quarterly updates to the organization or biannual reports to funders
  • Support the delivery of the lab’s learning, communications and impact strategies
  • Manage content on web platform, regularly uploading, updating, tagging and tidying learning materials to ensure our content is reaching its audience
  • Coordinate and send out key communications, including newsletters, flyers and other materials designated by the Director, Communications
  • Supports the convening, running and knowledge capture of learning circles of community-level leaders who come together to learn and share around priority topics
  • Supporting Director, Learning in coordination of in-person learning experiences, including running logistics and leading on participant communications
  • Provide administrative support to lab team members in their work to deliver support to our small core group of community impact innovation partners

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • The ideal candidate for this role will bring the expertise and entrepreneurialism required to design and establish the core operating systems and structures of the Global Learning Lab for Community Impact from scratch.
  • They will have superior project management, operations and administration skills, as well as the ability to build strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders in a range of different roles within our organization and network.

On top of this, they will have a strong eye for detail and ability to deliver work quickly and to the highest level of quality. Must-have skills include:

  • Ability to set vision for and establish team operating systems and structures
  • Strong project management skills, with a track record of delivery in complex settings
  • Exceptional organizational and administrative skills
  • Self-starter with a proven ability to work independently to achieve goals
  • Ability to successfully navigate competing priorities
  • Proven ability to manage multiple work streams to tight deadlines
  • Strong written and oral communications skills
  • Superior relationship-builder with experience working in an international environment

The following expertise will be a real plus:

  • Diverse global experience
  • Education or social sector experience
  • Foreign-language proficiency

Work Authorization:

  • Candidates for this position must possess local work authorization to be considered.

Salary for this position is competitive and depends on prior experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included.

Interested and qualified candidates should:Click here to apply

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