Career Education Project Manager
Teach for All
The Career Education Manager plays a pivotal role in driving the growth and progress of Teach For All’s Future of Work initiative. This position primarily focuses on operational and project management, involving close collaboration with internal and external stakeholders. The Career Education Project Manager will be part of the Global Partnerships and Resources Team and work along with the Global Head of the Future of Work and the Global Head of Corporate Partnerships. She/he will lead the execution of a significant multi-country career readiness education project that supports diverse organizations committed to preparing students for the world of work. involving close collaboration with internal and external stakeholders.
Learn about the Future of Work Initiative here
As the Career Education Project Manager at Teach For All, you will engage in the following and/or similar activities:
- Develop and maintain comprehensive project plans, timelines, and milestones, ensuring alignment with project objectives.
- Ensure that the design and implementation of all project activities, learning calls, workshops, and virtual and in-person events, ensure they run smoothly and meet the desired outcomes.
- Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to facilitate timely delivery, high-quality document preparation, and efficient communication.
- Create and maintain project-related systems and documents, including project plans, progress reports, and resource materials, to support the execution of the project and facilitate understanding among team members and stakeholders.
- Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to develop reports and resources to update stakeholders on project status, achievements, and challenges, and prepare detailed project reports to track progress and outcomes.
- Collaborate with the research specialists to facilitate the execution of the monitoring and evaluation of the project and impact assessment activities.
Community Learning and Collaboration Facilitation:
- Play a key role in planning, designing, and executing community calls, events, meetings, and webinars for national career readiness education organizations, with a focus on fostering knowledge sharing and collaboration.
- Actively contribute to the development of knowledge capture and sharing, both within and outside the community of practice, ensuring accessibility to all members.
- Take part in continuously evaluating and adjusting community facilitation efforts to maintain engagement and effectively support project goals.
- Lead the regular communication updates to community members, providing information on updates and future activities.
Systems and Operations Responsibilities:
- Implement efficient systems and project plans to drive project work effectively.
- Capture and manage critical project data, including meeting briefs, engagement data, calendars, and internal and external stakeholder-related communications.
- Keep project systems and documentation updated to ensure accurate and real-time information.
- Provide ad-hoc support when needed.
As the ideal candidate, you will bring:
- Three or more years of professional experience, with a focus on non-profit, partnership management, and project management in the area of youth development, preferably career education.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Suite applications and Google Drive.
- Strong communication skills, including fluency in English (knowledge of other languages is advantageous).
- Familiarity with community of practice facilitation and/or adult learning is preferred.
- Prior experience with Salesforce or other client relationship management systems is a plus
- Proactive and empowered approach to responsibilities and collaboration.
- Strong project management skills with an ability to multitask and prioritize effectively.
- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and presentation abilities.
- Solutions-oriented mindset and a proactive approach to problem-solving.
- Strong critical thinking and interpersonal communication skills.
- Ability to comfortably work across multiple dynamics of cultural difference effectively in a fast-paced, dynamic, and globally dispersed environment
- Exemplifies Teach For All’s core values and a commitment to Teach For All’s mission:
- Reflects a sense of possibility in mindset and vision
- Believes in the value of being locally rooted and globally informed
- Drives toward constant learning and improvement
- Convinced of the necessity of diversity and inclusiveness in our work
- Believes in the interdependence between us and our partners in solving this global problem
Additional Desirable Skills/Experiences (preferred)
- Familiarity with Teach For All's network.
- Experience in youth development-focused partnership and grant management.
- Familiarity with career guidance and 21st-century skills-focused education.
- Familiarity with EC Funding for education and youth.
- Proficiency in additional languages such as Spanish.
What Teach For All Offers:
- Commitment to cultivating a culture in which all staff members feel they belong, are valued for their contributions, and have an impact on our organization’s progress
- Professional and personal development experiences and ample opportunities to make a positive impact on the work of Teach For All and beyond
- Comprehensive benefits package designed for your well-being and work-life needs
- All roles are 100% remote; in some locations we offer the option for in-office collaborations
- Generous time off and flexible work arrangements
- And much more!
Salary for this position is competitive and dependent on country of hire, prior work experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package.
Please note, this position is not eligible for employment visa sponsorship. All candidates must possess permanent local 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.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Therefore, candidates are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience.
Please submit your resume or curriculum vitae and a one-page letter of motivation in English directly online. Your letter should summarize motivations for your application and how your skills and experience align with the terms of this opportunity.
About Teach For All
Teach For All is a global network of 60 independent, locally led and governed partner organizations and a global organization committed to developing collective leadership to ensure all children fulfill their potential. 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.
Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusiveness
We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organization that inspires individuals of all backgrounds – across nationalities, races, ethnicity, religions, political views, economic backgrounds, sexual orientations, physical disabilities, languages, ages, genders and prior experiences – to bring their full selves to the work of ensuring educational opportunity for all.
In order to maximize our effectiveness in fulfilling Teach For All’s mission, we also feel it is important to focus on increasing representation and inclusiveness with respect to two dimensions in particular: we prioritize diversity of geography because this can help us quickly understand and connect with the diverse cultures and geographies of the world. We also prioritize increasing the representation and inclusiveness of team members who themselves have experienced the inequities we’re working to address by nature of sharing the background (e.g. economic, racial and ethnic, religious) of the most disadvantaged groups in their countries.