Organization : Teach For Thailand
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 30 Apr 2019
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Deadline : 30 / May / 2019
In Thailand there are over 10 million students in our public school system, and yet ~50% leave the system without basic reading, writing and critical thinking skills. Unfortunately, most of them are from low income families, so this contributes to growing injustices and weak human capital in our country. This is unacceptable if we want our new generation to remain relevant and competitive and support an aging society in the next 10 years. At Teach For Thailand, we are working to change this. We believe in the potential of all children and are working to create a different future for kids growing up in low income communities. Today, we have 69 participants in our two-year leadership development program, 78 ambassadors, and 15 team members who are committed to expanding educational opportunity through their leadership in schools and across all sectors. Over the next 2 years, we aim to grow our movement to 150 participants who collectively will impact 30,000 children in classrooms, along with 200 ambassadors and 25 staff serving as leaders to address systemic causes of educational inequity across all sectors. To achieve this, we need an Operations Manager who can help Teach For Thailand attract, develop, and retain top talent; build staff engagement and an organisational culture focused on impact; and manage its financial, technology and office resources.
An ideal candidate is a proactive executor with a strong track record of managing operations successfully. You have a knack for dealing with ambiguity by bringing order to chaos. You will keep expectations high so that we can fulfill our mission and make a lasting impact. The Operations Manager will report directly to the Head of Operations.
Skills, Knowledge and Mindset
Salary is competitive in the Thai context and depends on prior experience. Benefits include medical insurance, a generous leave policy, and possible opportunities for travel. Additionally, there is ample opportunity for professional development and mobility within the organisation as well as access to professional development through the Teach For All global network.
Please send your resume and a one-page cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and specify in the subject line the position you are applying for.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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