The Director of Education Programs will provide leadership to a global team of staff who are responsible for the technical/programmatic support and resource development for early childhood development (ECD), early grade success and adult education projects in FH fields. The Director of Education Programs will report to the Senior Director of Program Quality & Design and coordinate extensively with the Regional Education Leads, the Director of Food Security, Director of Relief and Humanitarian Assistance, Director of Social Behavior Change and related team members. The Director of Education Programs will also provide direct support for the development of new proposals in the areas of ECD, girls’ education, early grade success, and adult education in coordination with the Grant Development Department.
Key Result #1 – Provides strategic direction, leadership and training to equip Regional Staff to design, implement, and monitor projects for increased education impact (60%).
Key Result #2 – Grant Development and Partnerships (20%).
Key Result #3 – Staff Development and Unit Management (20%).
A resume and an application are required to apply for this position. This position will close to applications on November 23, 2018. For a complete version of the job description, qualifications, and to apply, access our Career page: https://www.fh.org/about/careers/
FH benefits include (for USA):
Health insurance, 100% company paid for employees
Paid holidays, vacation, & sick leave
You are eligible to enroll in our 401k retirement plan, effective on your date of hire
Public transportation subsidy for non-virtual employees
Professional development and continuing education opportunities
Values, Vision, and Purpose
At Food for the Hungry, we operate under a set of guiding principles we call “The Heartbeat.” This includes our Values, Vision, and Purpose, which serve as the explanation of who we are and how we work as an organization. Together we follow God’s call responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty.