Leadership Instructor, Online Advocacy Program

Details

  • Location: Various
  • Date Posted: April 1, 2017
  • Application Deadline: Rolling
  • Job Type: Consultant

Summary

EF’s Online Advocacy Program is seeking an instructor for its four week course "Leadership Skills for Advocacy Projects". The consultant will report to Program Officer. 

Duties

  • Instruct distance learning students, and interact with them on a daily basis;
  • Seed discussion questions in forums and monitor students’ involvement in the social learning platform;
  • Assist students to identify mission and vision for their organizations;
  • Assist students to build teams for their projects;
  • Coach students to build leadership skills and improve their interpersonal skills;
  • Guide students to build sustainable alliances and coalitions around common goals;
  • Introduce additional resources to students as secondary reading materials;
  • Facilitate networking opportunities among students through creative initiatives;
  • Evaluate the pre and post course exams in order to ascertain the knowledge gained of each student;
  • Provide an assessment of courses, including recommendations for changes in content, structure and activities.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in a relevant field such as business administration or management;
  • Minimum five years of experience in leadership and management positions;
  • Experience in teaching leadership and management courses;
  • Ability to operate independently to complete tasks and solve problems;
  • Familiarity with social media tools, blogging and content management systems such as WordPress, Drupal and Moodle;
  • Exceptional analytical, organizational, written and oral communication skills;
  • Passion for empowering civil society and supporting campaigners and social activists;
  • Fluency in Persian and English;
  • Familiarity with advocacy work experience in Middle East is preferred.

Apply

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to jobs@eurasia.org with “LIOA” in the subject line. 

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