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Teach for All Job Recruitment (8 Positions)

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Teach for All Job Recruitment (8 Positions)

1.)?Global Lead, Participant Leadership Development

Location: Nigeria (Remote)

Position Summary

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Teach For All is seeking a Global Lead, Participant Leadership Development to fulfil its 25-year vision and goals.
The ideal individual is passionate about leadership development and systems transformation to help our programmes improve teacher training and alumni strategies.
This role suits someone who likes community building, training resource development, facilitation, and coaching & development. As part of an agile, flexible team, you will develop student, teacher, and alumni leadership.
Building materials, trainings, and coaching and consulting support for Teach For All network partner organisations is your role.
You will also work with colleagues from the research and measurement team to develop metrics and tools to measure the development of leadership mindsets, skills, and other capabilities in teachers and alumni and to research the impact of our partners’ work on these leadership capabilities, teacher-alumni connections, and other important issues.
You will also help Teach For All personnel build leadership, alumni strategy, and teacher training and support abilities. On the Collective Learning & Consulting team, this post will report to the Head.
The Global Lead, Participant Leadership Development helps our global partners create and execute teacher preparation, training, and alumni leadership development programmes that consciously and effectively grow educational equity leaders.
In conjunction with other Teach For All personnel, this person will build best-in-class learning experiences, resources, and tools and give 1:1 coaching or advising to network partners.
Outcomes

Partner organisations must have the coaching, consulting, learning experiences, tools, connections, and resources to design and implement strong participant training and alumni programmes that build leadership skills for student leadership and systems change.
Partner employees should be able to:

Have a coherent leadership theory that guides training, participant assistance, and alumni support.
Measure leadership progress from their programme.
Have engaged alumni work for system change.
Use the latest Teaching as Collective Leadership insights (e.g., students as leaders, instructors as learners, community as power, and our job as systemic to think about student, teacher, and alumni leadership development)
Role success will be measured by:

Learning and insights from training, support, and alumni critical learning questions
Proof that partner organisations are integrating leadership development into their two-year programme to improve teacher and alumni leadership.
Outstanding virtual and in-person learning experiences that Heads of Training, teacher coaches, and Heads of Alumni value
High Heads of Training, teacher coach, and Heads of Alumni community participation and satisfaction
Coaching and consulting initiatives achieving short- and medium-term goals
Successful internal trainings that change mindsets and skills
Responsibilities
Create shared resources and insights (40%):

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Find and develop global insights and knowledge products for Teach For All.
Use 1:1 coaching, community involvement, and learning to find patterns and global insights.
Update and develop teacher training and support, teacher and alumni leadership, and system change resources.
Establish a strategy to disseminate Teach For All network insights internally and externally.
Lead Learning Experiences and Communities to Improve Partner Training, Support, and Alumni Teams (35%).

Diagnose needs and co-develop a worldwide strategy for content, learning experiences, resources, and tools in these topics:
Network teacher leadership development through in-person and virtual pre-service teacher training based on the latest Teaching as Collective Leadership findings.
Student leadership development, including voice, representation, and agency in and out of the classroom
Alumni leadership development through support network Alumni directors and other employees offer information directly to network alumni.
Individual and collective alumni leadership initiatives for system transformation
Manage network communities Heads of Training, Alumni, and Coaching
Closely collaborate with systems change teammates; Teaching as Collective Leadership; Measurement, Evaluation, Research & Learning; and unique programmes (Girls’ Education, Student Voice)
1:1 coaching and consulting (20%):

Be a significant member of varied agile project teams that solve our partner organisations’ needs.
One-time consulting for partners facing issues in teacher training & support, teacher & alumni leadership development, and theory of change implementation.
Project-based support with others advances teacher training & support, teacher & alumni leadership development.
Capture and share teacher training, support, and alumni leadership development insights.
Communicating with Regional Colleagues (5%).

Teach For All colleagues should work on teacher training, support, and alumni leadership development.
Co-diagnose regional partner needs and identify support solutions with regional personnel.
Design and hold professional development calls for staff on teacher training & support, teacher & alumni leadership.
Share Teach For All staff insights on teacher training & support, teacher & alumni leadership development.
Ideal Candidate

Participant/alumnus and Teach For All Head of Training or Head of Programme experience strongly preferred.
Focused on leadership and system change
Highly skilled in teacher training and instructional coaching
Passion for developing new teachers and alumni and supporting their learning journeys
Influence and motivation outside of team connections
Ability to collaborate with varied stakeholders across power gaps
Ability to provide tangible resources and assist programmes in designing teacher/alumni training and development systems
Ability to coach others
Design and implement effective remote and in-person learning experiences
Ability to work well despite cultural differences in a fast-paced, global setting. Comfort with uncertainty and flexible operation with minimal supervision.
Ability to handle various work streams, prioritise tasks autonomously, and operate well in a fast-paced, deadline-driven, dynamic, and geographically distributed team environment.
Embraces Teach For All’s ideals and mission:
Manifests possibility in mindset and vision
Values local roots and global knowledge
Desire to learn and develop
Believes in the importance of diversity and inclusivity in work and the interdependence of partners in addressing global issues.
Compensation

This position offers competitive pay based on country of hire, prior work experience, and benefits.
Teach For All Offers:

Creating a culture where all employees feel respected, belong, and contribute to our organization’s success
Professional and personal development and many chances to improve Teach For All and beyond
Comprehensive well-being and work-life benefits package
All roles are remote, but some locations allow in-office interactions.
Extended leave and flexible work arrangements
Much more!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

2.)?Global Lead, Learning Experiences

Location: Nigeria (Remote)

Position Summary

A Global Lead for the Learning Experiences Team is needed to fulfil Teach For All’s 25-year vision and goals.
As Global Lead, you will define vision and direction to equip and allow Teach For All staff, teachers, and alumni to connect and learn together to transform systems for children worldwide.
You will lead a varied worldwide remote team of 18 experts in adult learning, blended and in-person learning, narrative, knowledge capture and dissemination, accessibility in learning, and more.
These specialists collaborate with content experts to provide top-notch learning for our network and external audiences.
You will collaborate with leaders from our five regional teams in Africa, Middle East North Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Americas to ensure the Learning Experiences team is meeting network constituents’ needs and making a difference.
Outcomes

You will consult with your team and leaders from throughout the organisation to establish the Learning Experiences team’s progress and improvement outcomes as Global Lead.
You will oversee Teach For All’s learning experiences to ensure they meet goals, are inclusive, and reflect our values.
You will also help the Learning Experiences team’s specialists’ development in line with our growth and development philosophy.
Responsibilities
Help us create high-quality learning experiences by:

Setting vision and direction for learning experience design and execution by ensuring strategic stakeholder alignment across the organisation.
Finding gaps in our learning experience design and delivery and proposing solutions
We collaborate with Knowledge and Coaching and Consulting, Global Initiatives and Partnerships, Connectivity, Global Leadership Accelerator, Public Affairs, Global Multilateral Team, regional teams, and network partners to guarantee our learning experiences match learner needs.
Working with teams to increase virtual and in-person learning attendance, inclusivity, and engagement.
Ensuring the team has the skills and capacity to push Teach For All’s learning experiences to enable inclusive and effective learning across our network.
Ensuring the team captures and shares learning experience design and delivery insights
Facilitate Learning Experiences team leadership by:

Building a team culture that aligns with Teach For All’s ideals
Working with coaches, sponsors, and teammates to improve team members
Developing an inclusive, diverse team that reflects our network’s global character
Ideal Candidate

Minimum 8 years of expertise designing and conducting virtual, in-person, and asynchronous learning experiences.
Minimum 4 years managerial and team leadership experience
Proven experience with global organisations
Experience leading high-stakes external event teams
Deep knowledge of Teach For All’s mission and programme
Prior Teach For All network partner staff or alumni experience is especially desirable.
Networking or complicated system experience is preferred.
Excellent strategic thinking and reasoning, an emphasis on creativity, innovation, cultural responsiveness, and institutional knowledge
Ability to generate and lead teams to achieve results, adapting priorities as needed as the task evolves.
Ability to manage a collaborative and committed team in a high-energy, entrepreneurial organisation
Ability to collaborate and communicate with colleagues worldwide, including a high number of virtual engagement (conference calls, social media, virtual collaboration tools) and regular calls during non-traditional working hours.
Awareness, knowledge, and motivation to stay current on learning design insights and best practises
Ability to create excellent relationships with stakeholders from different cultures and understand their goals and motivations to achieve effective operations
Must have worked to foster racial, cultural, and ideological diversity.
Compensation

This position offers competitive pay based on country of hire, prior work experience, and benefits.
Teach For All Offers:

Creating a culture where all employees feel respected, belong, and contribute to our organization’s success
Professional and personal development and many chances to improve Teach For All and beyond
Comprehensive well-being and work-life benefits package
All roles are remote, but some locations allow in-office interactions.
Extended leave and flexible work arrangements
Much more!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

3.)?Global Education Technology Lead

Location: Nigeria (Remote)

Position Summary

To support Teach For All’s 25-year vision, we are launching an Education Technology Initiative to increase teachers’ and students’ access to technology and equip them to effectively integrate it into their classrooms.
Facilitate and curate worldwide learning on growing students’ digital abilities and using technology to accelerate learning.
Connect network teachers and alumni leaders in marginalised and varied areas to the technology and ed tech companies to accelerate their leadership and develop an industry that improves educational fairness.
We need a Global Education Technology Lead to help network partners develop teachers and leaders who use technology as a teaching and learning tool and build strategic ed tech partnerships to support network access, learning, and contribution.
Please note this role requires funding.
About the Team

This role will be on the Global Partnerships & Resources Team, which supports our global Educational Leadership, Education in Emergencies, Climate Change, Girls Education, Inclusive Education, and Future of Work Initiatives with programmatic partnerships and subgrants.
Key Duties: – Strategic Leadership

Determining and implementing a strategy to help network partners produce leaders who use technology to teach and learn
Continuously assessing network demands and impact to improve ed tech learning and growth.
Establishing Strategic Partnerships:

Connecting the IT industry with marginalised and varied network teachers and alumni to accelerate network alumni leadership in the business. This includes aiming to:
Create summer internships in ed tech for diverse, computer-savvy network teachers in underserved neighbourhoods.
Find ways to help network partners attract more engineering and computer science teachers.
Use successful ed tech alumni as advisors, mentors, and connectors.
Helping network partners form local partnerships to improve connectivity in underserved areas
Pursuing global alliances to enable partners access sustainable and inexpensive internet solutions for schools.
Developing local and global connections with our network partners to equip schools with tablets, projectors, and other important equipment, software, and resources.
Creating an advisory committee to oversee and support Teach For All’s ed tech activities.
Making Network Learning Strong:

Building learning communities among employees, instructors, and alumni to test ideas, gain insights, and share knowledge.
Providing educators within and outside our network with tools and instructions to build students’ digital abilities and use technology to improve their practises.
Creating and providing shared learning experiences to develop ed tech teachers.
Enhancing the ed tech founder community
External leadership:

Assisting Public Affairs with initiatives and identifying panellists for speaking appearances.
Finding ways to promote our Ed Tech graduates and network partners
Supporting Teach For All’s Ed Tech resource development and effect demonstration.
Creating an Advisory Committee of external and internal experts and stakeholders to lead the Initiative
Manage Projects:

Managing daily initiative implementation, including newsletters, core papers, community calls, and learning experiences.
Managing donor opportunity execution and KPIs with network partners
Recording impact and progress tales
Ideal Candidate

Experience in Ed Tech and strong networks aid worldwide partnerships.
Understanding worldwide educational inequalities and passionate about using technology to solve these problems
Understanding partner issues and circumstances where fundamental technology demands (power, connectivity, bandwidth) must be addressed
Extensive experience leading ed tech or education transformations
Excellent communication that can reach an international audience and tell stories that move others
Ability to collaborate with stakeholders from diverse cultures and understand their goals and motivations. Experience in forming mutually beneficial partnerships for effect.
Ability to succeed in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial company with a dedicated team
Ability to collaborate and communicate with colleagues worldwide, including a high number of virtual engagement (conference calls, social media, virtual collaboration tools) and regular calls during non-traditional working hours.
Excellent strategic thinking and reasoning, valuing creativity, innovation, cultural responsiveness, and institutional knowledge.
Excellent project management
Ability to generate and independently drive results, adapting priorities as the task evolves.
Ability to autonomously and aggressively manage many projects and responsibilities across internal and external teams’
Must respect ethnic, cultural, and ideological diversity
Proficiency in a second language is preferred but not needed.
Exemplifies Foundational values and mission of Teach For All:
Manifests possibility in mindset and vision
Values local roots and global knowledge
Desire to learn and develop
We believe in the importance of diversity and inclusivity in our work and the interconnectedness of our partners in addressing global issues.
Compensation

This position offers competitive pay based on country of hire, prior work experience, and benefits.
Teach For All Offers:

Creating a culture where all employees feel respected, belong, and contribute to our organization’s success
Professional and personal development and many chances to improve Teach For All and beyond
Comprehensive well-being and work-life benefits package
All roles are remote, but some locations allow in-office interactions.
Extended leave and flexible work arrangements
Much more!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

4.)?Foundational Learning Initiative Lead

Location: Nigeria (Remote)

Position Summary
Introducing a Foundational Learning Initiative Lead to help sub-Saharan African network partners achieve Teach For All’s 25-year vision and goals:

Improve instructors’ ability to improve pupils’ core literacy and numeracy
Develop teachers’ knowledge and mindsets to make them FLN leaders.
Increase these leaders’ awareness of systemic FLN advancement difficulties and opportunities.
Encourage alumni (teaching fellows who have completed the two-year commitment) to advocate and lead FLN.
Teach For All needs a Foundational Learning Initiative Lead to help network partners create teachers and leaders for FLN by:

FLN Initiative strategic development
Supporting strong communities of practise and network learning and creating a fund to help Network Partners strengthen FLN.
Establishing and maintaining FLN strategic partnerships
About the Team

The Network Learning Function improves Teach For All network knowledge and learning to create collaborative leadership to help all children succeed.
We achieve this through creating communities of practise in our worldwide network, sharing insights through great resources and learning experiences, forging partnerships, and connecting constituents to further their learning.[KW1]
This role will be on the Global Initiatives and Programmatic Partnerships Team, which supports the Educational Leadership, Education in Emergencies, Climate Change, Girls Education, Inclusive Education, and Future of Work Initiatives and beyond.
This team may grow as Initiatives are created.
Key Duties: – Strategic Leadership

Determine and implement a strategy to create and support FLN in sub-Saharan Africa and use that learning to help the global network.
Continuously assessing network needs and Initiative impact to improve FLN learning and growth.
Establish Strategic Partnerships:

Building ties with FLN partners including Room to Read, Teaching at the Right Level, and Funda Wunda to encourage network expansion.
Helping network partners contextualise and embed their resources inside Teach For All’s methodology and their context.
Working with the Global Grantmaking Team and other stakeholders to establish a fund to make grants to network partners to pursue partnerships and improve FLN teacher training and support; developing the Fund’s concept, Request for Proposals, Selection Criteria and Rubric, and independent Committee to select grantees.
Making Network Learning Strong:

Creating learning communities for staff, instructors, and alumni to discuss FLN’s systemic issues, innovations, and projects.
Providing shared learning experiences to develop FLN teachers.
Help network alumni maximise their long-term FLN influence.
External leadership:

Representing FLN internally and outside (e.g., finding panellists for speaking events, assisting Public Affairs).
Finding ways to promote FLN alumni and network partners.
Supporting Teach For All’s FLN resource and impact demonstration efforts.
Creating an Advisory Committee of external and internal experts and stakeholders to lead the Initiative
The ideal candidate will bring

Over 10 years of foundational learning experience in sub-Saharan Africa.
Excellent communication that can reach an international audience and tell stories that move others
Ability to collaborate with stakeholders from diverse cultures and understand their goals and motivations. Experience in forming mutually beneficial partnerships for effect.
Ability to succeed in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial company with a dedicated team
Ability to collaborate and communicate with colleagues worldwide, including a high number of virtual engagement (conference calls, social media, virtual collaboration tools) and regular calls during non-traditional working hours.
Excellent strategic thinking and reasoning, valuing creativity, innovation, cultural responsiveness, and institutional knowledge.
Ability to generate and independently drive results, adapting priorities as the task evolves.
Ability to autonomously and aggressively manage many projects and responsibilities across internal and external teams of people
Must respect ethnic, cultural, and ideological diversity
Proficiency in a second language is preferred but not needed.
Exemplifies Foundational values and mission of Teach For All:
Manifests possibility in mindset and vision
Values local roots and global knowledge
Desire to learn and develop
Believes in the importance of diversity and inclusivity in work and the interdependence of partners in addressing global issues.
Compensation

This position offers competitive pay based on country of hire, prior work experience, and benefits.
Teach For All Offers:

Creating a culture where all employees feel respected, belong, and contribute to our organization’s success
Professional and personal development and many chances to improve Teach For All and beyond
Comprehensive well-being and work-life benefits package
All roles are remote, but some locations allow in-office interactions.
Extended leave and flexible work arrangements
Much more!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

5.)?People First Community Coordinator

Location: Nigeria (Remote)

Position Summary

We need a People First Coordinator to help the Secretariat expand the People First Community in the next years.
The People First Community Coordinator manages projects and operations.
It will collaborate with several organisations in this endeavour and Teach For All staff to assist multiple work streams and working groups.
About Community

Cross-sectoral and globally diversified practitioners, academics, and public and commercial sector players form the People First Community, which prioritises collaborative leadership development for sustainable development.
A People First Community Steering Committee and Teach For All Secretariat lead the community. This position reports to the People First Community Secretary.
The Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Centre convened this Community in 2019 to promote learning, thought partnership, and collaboration among its members and raise awareness of the need to invest in collective leadership development and influence the international development ecosystem.
The People First Community will prioritise these areas over the next few years:
Clarify the Community’s mission, values, and vision
Explore approaches to boost collaborative leadership investments.
Strengthen narrative and seek ways to elevate People First messaging to increase advocacy and awareness.
establish research on ?how? to establish collective leadership for sustainable development.
Further your leadership development knowledge through People First Talks.
Do you want to join a rising movement to change the development paradigm to prioritise local agency and leadership?
Do you enjoy supporting a varied community of 500+ members advancing practise, research, and investment in collective leadership for sustainable development?
You will coordinate the following and/or similar activities.
Drafting and communicating (50%):

Managing, writing, and updating People First communications to the Community, Steering Committee, working groups, etc.
Drafting and spreading People First Monthly mailings and other outreach raise community membership.
Letters, emails, external panel talking points, and other requests should be planned and written.
Implement and operationalize People First advocacy priorities via action plans.
Maintaining People First platforms, websites, and social media.
Support updating and reviewing essential documentation.
50%: Project planning, implementation, budgeting, and logistics

Prepare People First Steering Committee and Working Group agendas, activities, and follow-ups and other operational support.
Supporting current and future actions based on the following priorities.
Community tracking systems help define and implement internal procedures.
Assistance with People First Secretariat administrative tasks including arranging calls and writing meeting briefs.
Project preparation and direction for People First Secretariat or Community member panels, events, and conversations at significant events, both in-person and virtual. Virtual event technical support.
Tracking and justifying spending.
The ideal candidate will bring

Strong writing and communication skills.
Managed difficult projects with tight timelines.
Detail-oriented and good project manager
Proven agile teamwork experience with multitasking and autonomous work in a fast-paced results-oriented culture.
Competent judgement in balancing many priorities and schedules.
Excellent logic and strategic problem-solving.
Able to develop strong relationships with stakeholders and external partners from many cultures, especially leaders.
Need English fluency. Fluency in other languages helps.
Awareness of racial, cultural, social, and political diversity and exposure to inclusive learning environments
Dedicated to Teach For All’s purpose, vision, and values.
Compensation

This position offers competitive pay based on country of hire, prior work experience, and benefits.
Teach For All Offers:

Creating a culture where all employees feel respected, belong, and contribute to our organization’s success
Professional and personal development and many chances to improve Teach For All and beyond
Comprehensive well-being and work-life benefits package
All roles are remote, but some locations allow in-office interactions.
Extended leave and flexible work arrangements
Much more!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

6.)?Regional Strategy & Operations Lead, Africa

Location: Nigeria (Remote)

Position Summary

A strong and experienced leader is needed for the Chief Network Officer and Head of Africa Region office.
The Regional Strategy & Operations Lead will help the Chief Network Officer and Head of Africa Region achieve their goals. This role requires creating strong relationships within the organisation and strategically collaborating with important stakeholders outside the Teach For All Network.
The Regional Strategy & Operations Lead (also known as Chief of Staff or CoS) is a unique opportunity for a person with strong leadership, analytical, interpersonal, and strategic written and verbal communication skills to help shape our regional work.
The ideal applicant has demonstrated the ability to execute strategy, establish culture, influence results through people, build great relationships, and make strategic decisions with effect.
Responsibilities
Global system integration and regional operations management:

Bases annual partnership planning on partner and Portfolio Lead needs and guarantees its successful execution and monitoring.
Led all regional step-back processes and ensured proper methods.
Review regional operations and identify expansion opportunities.
Optimises efficiency and productivity by creating new systems and dashboards and improving regional ones.
Project organises and plans one-time events or helps others.
Manages most regional internal meeting follow-ups and ensures workstreams and needs are met by sharing insights and knowledge.
Advising regional strategy:

Establishes regional annual priorities and progress tracking mechanisms.
Manages regional budgets, draughts annual budget proposals, establishes budget systems, monitors them year-round, and advises on reallocations, adjustments, and needs.
Communicates regional strategy, input, and information as the first point of contact.
Follows org-wide strategies and offerings and works with the People Organisation Culture team to meet the regional team’s professional development needs and generate training and development opportunities.
Coordinating regional communications:

Regular communications with CEOs, portfolio leads, the head of region, event content and logistical leads, etc. for all Africa events and opportunities.
DRAUGHTS monthly CEO emails issued by Chief Network Officer and Head of Africa Region to CEOs and weekly team emails to convey information from other teams on opportunities and keep stakeholders informed.
Creates and manages regional team and partner communication channels.
Responsible for planning virtual team retreats and calls, including creating an interesting agenda.
Regional teams collaborate with other regions or persons.
Each call fosters team communication and learning.
Regularly checks in with other CoS and team members to ensure collaboration and information sharing.
Global and regional knowledge management:

Creates knowledge products from strategic projects to inform future strategy.
Bi-monthly ?Welcome to the Network? appeals for new partner workers.
Regional data and info management:

Creates, manages, and monitors regional team and partner data and information systems (Global Data System, Partner Survey, Power BI).
Because she understands the team’s work and how it ties to other teams’ and the organization’s, she handles all requests for resources, expertise, connections, and data sharing between Africa and the rest of the network.
Answers partner inquiries and gives useful information.
Data analysis, trend reporting, and partner data collection.
Shares annual impact reports with CEOs, the Africa Advisory Council, and others on our regional impact.
Builds regional culture:

Helps analyse team organisational strength data.
Leads all team efforts to achieve greatness.
Prepares team celebrations and culture-building activities.
Collaborates on team culture change plan for the new TFAll operational model.
Partner Help:

Collaborates on partner projects.
Monitors and updates Partner Support systems.
Other org-wide and special projects:

Assistance with reports, partner communications and follow-ups, initiatives, etc. for Head of Region.
Contributes to org-wide projects like Knowledge Management, Salesforce, etc.
All regional partners benefit from co-project’s biennial Africa Virtual Summer Institute.
Requirements

8-10 years of experience needed.
Advanced education expertise in international development.
Team/unit management experience.
Expertise in cross-functional initiatives.
Strategic strategy and operational execution expertise.
Proven expertise creating and implementing KPIs and performance management systems to evaluate plans and priorities.
Experience coordinating with many stakeholders.
Experience facilitating swift, detailed operational efforts.
Budget management experience.
Dedicated to Teach For All’s mission and principles.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

Strategic and operational efficiency.
Detail-oriented project and organisation skills.
Proactive, independent, and responsible self-starter.
Multi-project management in a worldwide, fast-paced, dynamic setting.
solid capacity to build solid relationships with varied people and influence and motivate others in a virtual and global setting.
Work well in a matrix-based global organisation and handle ambiguity.
Excellent writing and vocal communication abilities, able to simplify difficult topics and address varied audiences.
Ability to foresee, think critically, and provide answers or new ideas.
Travel and hours (under 10%):

When safe and following local travel guidelines, some travel is possible. This profession requires early or late call times due to working across time zones.
Compensation

This position offers competitive pay based on country of hire, prior work experience, and benefits.
Teach For All Offers:

Creating a culture where all employees feel respected, belong, and contribute to our organization’s success
Professional and personal development and many chances to improve Teach For All and beyond
Comprehensive well-being and work-life benefits package
All roles are remote, but some locations allow in-office interactions.
Extended leave and flexible work arrangements
Much more!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

7.)?Accounting Associate, Finance

Location: Nigeria (Remote)

Position Summary

To support Teach For All’s 25-year vision and goals, we need an Accounting Associate to manage revenue, global payments, bank reconciliations, month and year closure, and grants making.
This job requires people with stakeholder management skills and attention to detail.
Teach For All’s 9-person Finance team, situated in India, Kenya, Belgium, and the US, allows for ~$50M in multi-entity, multi-currency financial operations. The team works in a fast-paced, dynamic environment to maintain solid controls and efficiently assist Teach For All.
You will report to the Director, Accounting and collaborate with other Finance team members, including the Senior Director, Subgrants and Contracts.
You’ll do the following as a Teach For All Accounting Associate:
30%: Receivables management

Create donation invoices and collaborate with the fundraising team to gather supporting paperwork.
Draught finance system AR invoices and other AR operations, including revenue reconciliation between systems.
Contact the fundraising team about outstanding payments.
25%: Vendor and Accounts Payable management

AP management includes vendor setup and global payments
Work with payment providers and banks to fix payment issues.
Help evaluate invoices
Month/year closing processes: 20%

Prepare journal entries for intercompany transfers, bank fees, interest, etc.
Quickly reconcile cash receipts and disbursements to the general ledger. Assist with balance sheet account reconciliations.
Draught allocation and reclassify journal entries for entities as needed.
15% Grantmaking function support:

Send grant invoices to network partners and reconcile payment details.
Review foreign currency grants and ForEx impact.
Support system-wide subgrant liquidation and reconciliation.
10% Other projects:

Help Audit Preparation
Help with tax filing and other specific tasks.
The ideal candidate will bring

1-3 years of accounting experience and fundamental accounting principles and practises
Experience with cloud-based ERP, expense/invoice, Salesforce/CRM, and payment platforms is preferred.
Intermediate Microsoft Excel abilities, proficiency with shortcuts, and speed are a plus.
Management of many currencies and entities in a global financial environment is advantageous.
Non-profit accounting experience is preferred but not essential.
Audit experience is preferred but not essential.
Exemplifies Foundational values and mission of Teach For All:
Manifests possibility in mindset and vision
Values local roots and global knowledge
Desire to learn and develop
Conscious of the need for diversity and inclusion in work
Considers us and our partners interdependent in fixing this global problem.
Additional desirable skills/experiences:

Excellent detail
Excellent writing skills
Build good ties and cooperate with diverse people
Excellent teamwork and collaboration.
Compensation

This position offers competitive pay based on country of hire, prior work experience, and benefits.
Teach For All Offers:

Creating a culture where all employees feel respected, belong, and contribute to our organization’s success
Professional and personal development and many chances to improve Teach For All and beyond
Comprehensive well-being and work-life benefits package
All roles are remote, but some locations allow in-office interactions.
Extended leave and flexible work arrangements
Much more!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Note

  • If this opportunity sounds like the next best step in your career, please submit your resume or curriculum vitae (CV) and a one-page letter of motivation (in English). Your letter should summarize motivations for your application and how your skills and experience align with the terms of this opportunity.
  • We look forward to learning about you and your passion for ensuring educational opportunity for all!
  • Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Therefore, candidates are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience.
  • Work Authorization: This position is not eligible for employment visa sponsorship. All candidates must possess local permanent work authorization/permit in order to be considered.
  • Travel and Hours: Travel is possible when it is safe to do so and in accordance with local travel guidelines. Given that we work across different time zones, some non-traditional hours for early or later calls are an expectation of this role.

8.)?Leadership Director, Global Leadership Accelerator

Location: Nigeria (Remote)

Position Summary

The Global Leadership Accelerator needs a Leadership Director. Teach For All promotes communal leadership to help all children succeed.
We established an innovative new Global Leadership Accelerator to grow the leadership of tens of thousands of leaders reimagining education worldwide. Around 90,000 alumni leaders and hundreds of staff support 15,000+ teachers in classrooms, impacting millions of students in 60 countries and increasing.
The Global Leadership Accelerator develops deeply conscious leaders with a clear purpose who can collaborate with many others to disrupt inequitable systems and imagine new solutions.
You will join an entrepreneurial team that accelerates the leadership and impact of thousands of amazing social entrepreneurs, teachers, and other leaders redefining education worldwide. You’ll help create transformative leadership experiences, establish new experiments and partnerships, and develop global leaders. Report directly to the Global Leadership Accelerator Head.
Responsibilities
You would establish new leadership programmes and scale up successful ones globally and in Africa. Initiatives may include:

Create and implement a new leadership programme for CEOs and top leaders to improve conflict management, uncertainty management, and movement mobilisation.
Develop a systems leadership fellowship for developing alumni leaders in policy and school leadership roles.
Improve the leadership of thousands of teachers across our network with our Global Learning Lab and our latest transformative classroom research.
Grow a global array of online management and leadership programmes with our organisational development professionals and regional teams.
Train senior leaders to overcome limiting beliefs
Join our increasing equity-centered leadership initiatives.
Daily duties may include:

Partnering with global teams to assess key stakeholders’ leadership needs (CEOs, senior executives, managers, instructors, alumni)
Co-creating new leadership development programme vision and scope
Strategic partnerships with external partners to co-create flagship programmes
Lead project teams to execute leadership initiatives from concept to completion (design, communications, marketing, enrollment, delivery, measurement).
Leading senior leader workshops or coaching
Gathering impact statistics and progress stories to learn and adjust
Sharing thoughts to shape Accelerator’s strategic direction Requirements

8-10 years of experience needed
Required work/living experience in region
Long-term residency and employment authorization required.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
You will demonstrate strengths in several of the categories below and be able to honestly self-assess where you need more support:

Leadership and organisational development expertise with experience coaching, leading teams, and working with top leaders
Can add experience in one or more of the following: coaching, classroom, school, adult learning, systems, community organising, diversity, equity, and inclusion, agile or adaptive leadership
Ability to develop and lead in-person and online learning events, including community-building
Proven strategic thinking skills for identifying and addressing complex situations and working with ambiguity
Excellent relationship management abilities, able to influence and mobilise others remotely and online; flourish in collaborative contexts.
Self-starter with excellent project management skills who can manage and prioritise various work streams in a global, fast-paced workplace.
Dedicated to challenging inequitable systems and adaptable to varied global situations
Entrepreneurial; sees and creates new opportunities.
External presence, judgement, and partnership experience.
Dedicated to Teach For All’s mission and principles.
Compensation

This position offers competitive pay based on country of hire, prior work experience, and benefits.
Teach For All Offers:

Creating a culture where all employees feel respected, belong, and contribute to our organization’s success
Professional and personal development and many chances to improve Teach For All and beyond
Comprehensive well-being and work-life benefits package
All roles are remote, but some locations allow in-office interactions.
Extended leave and flexible work arrangements
Much more!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Note

  • If this opportunity sounds like the next best step in your career, please submit your resume or curriculum vitae (CV) and a one-page letter of motivation (in English). Your letter should summarize motivations for your application and how your skills and experience align with the terms of this opportunity.
  • We look forward to learning about you and your passion for ensuring educational opportunity for all!
  • Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Therefore, candidates are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience.
  • Work Authorization: This position is not eligible for employment visa sponsorship. All candidates must possess local permanent work authorization/permit in order to be considered.
  • Travel and Hours: Travel is possible when it is safe to do so and in accordance with local travel guidelines. Given that we work across different time zones, some non-traditional hours for early or later calls are an expectation of this role.
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