Careers

Teach For India’s Fellowship is spearheaded by the best and brightest young professionals and college graduates. Supporting our Fellows every step of the way, and helping build an unwavering nationwide movement, is a dedicated team of Staff. If you are the strategist, analyst, ideator and leader we’re looking for, join us and support the movement within your area of expertise.

The following full-time Staff positions are available. External applicants can apply for the staff positions by clicking here.

Candidates applying for an internship are requested to email internship@teachforindia.org with your resume and a covering letter.

Director, Development

Mumbai

The Director of Development will lead the fundraising efforts to support expansion and growth of Teach For India’s Fellowship program over the next 5-10 years. The Development Director will report directly to and work closely with the leadership team of Teach For India (CEO / COO) on setting and executing a high level development strategy, managing a team of talented development professionals, and managing a portfolio of donors and prospects.

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Director, Development

The Opportunity:
Teach For India is currently impacting over 35,000 children across 7 cities in India through its Fellowship Program while also building a growing community of Alumni who are working towards educational equity through their roles in a diverse range of organizations and sectors across the country. This year, nearly 13,500 individuals from the most reputed universities and organizations in the world applied to the 2015 Fellowship, of which just over 650 finally made their way to classrooms as teachers in under-resourced schools, making this our largest cohort to date and firmly establishing Teach For India as one of the most aspirational and selective youth leadership development programs in the nation. Taken together, these numbers represent the immense potential of our model and the power of our broader community - a potential to redefine what’s possible for children from low-income backgrounds and a power that resides in the individual and collective leadership capacities of individuals and groups to catalyze a broader movement for education reform in India. A program of such scale and aspirations needs a sustainable source of financial resources to run its operations. The mission of the Development team at Teach For India is to build lifelong partners and acquire financial support for the movement.
 
The Role:
The Director of Development will lead the fundraising efforts to support expansion and growth of Teach For India’s Fellowship program over the next 5-10 years. The Development Director will report directly to and work closely with the leadership team of Teach For India (CEO / COO) on setting and executing a high level development strategy, managing a team of talented development professionals, and managing a portfolio of donors and prospects. To be successful, the Development Director must be a critical thinker who is able to set a bold vision, develop strategies and an operating plan to achieve this vision, and then skillfully manage team execution to achieve results. This individual must be comfortable in an entrepreneurial environment and possess an exceptionally high level of personal responsibility for achieving ambitious results. 
 
Responsibilities:
 
1. Creating the long range national, regional development vision, annual strategic and operating plans to ensure that national and regional teams maximize opportunities, meet their goals, and significantly grow funding while building long-term sustainability. Specifically:

  • Set ambitious yet feasible revenue, donor quantity and retention benchmarks to achieve both immediate (current FY) and mid-term (next 3-5 years) development goals. The goal for fiscal year 2016-17 is to raise INR 64 crores.
  • Develop and implement strategies and tactical plans to achieve goals for different donor segments.
  • Regularly assess team-wide progress to goals, identifying what is driving and impeding progress, developing solutions to address gaps, and adjusting course as necessary.

2. Managing a development team of 6-7 full time staff nationally and the extended regional staff members to ensure progress towards their goals and develop them as professionals. Specifically coaching and developing the team to:

  • Build and execute strong strategic plans for their donor portfolio thereby building strong donor relationships, increasing donor renewal and upgrade rates, and expanding the donor base.
  • Prioritize the right actions for the City Directors to take in order to cultivate, solicit, and steward donors and prospects and prepare/support City Directors to execute these actions.
  • Conduct excellent donor interactions and communications (i.e., events, meetings, newsletters, grants)
  • Develop and maintain strong operations (i.e., donor tracking systems, data management, meeting prep and download systems, gift processing)

3. Cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding a portfolio of donors through meetings, events, and correspondence. The funding sources include Foundations (Godrej Foundation, Thermax Social Initiatives Foundation, Dr. Reddy’s Foundation etc), Corporates (like Bank of America, Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas Securities, Deloitte, KPMG, Genpact, Omidyar Network etc), High Net-worth Individuals, Events, Alumni Giving, Public Sector Units, Events, Online, Retail etc.
 
Knowledge and Technical Skills:

  • Exceptional strategic and critical thinking skills
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication
  • Strong organization and project management skills

Competencies and Abilities:

  • Strong critical thinker who enjoys spending significant time problem solving and developing opportunities in order to achieve the most meaningful outcomes
  • Demonstrated ability to both influence and manage superiors, peers, and direct reports to achieve ambitious, measurable results
  • Ability to deeply understand, communicate and represent Teach For India’s mission, theory of change, and value proposition
  • Ability to understand the motivations of donors and the nuances of different donor segments
  • Identifying opportunities; using data and sound judgment to prioritize actions
  • Working across multiple stakeholders on critical, time-sensitive projects

Values and Mindsets:

  • Highly motivated with strong results-orientation. Extremely optimistic about what is possible even in the face of daunting challenges
  • Uncommon level of personal responsibility and a proven track record of success
  • Excited about the challenges of achieving very ambitious fundraising goals and about managing a team
  • Highly organized and motivated to manage self and others around complex projects and work streams
  • Leverages a keen understanding of the beliefs, contexts and motivations of others to influence key stakeholders towards meaningful outcomes
  • Demonstrated pattern of continuously working to develop and better self, teams and organization

Education and Experience:

  • A Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree in any field
  • 6+ years of relevant work experience;
  • Previous experience managing large projects and teams to successful outcomes
  • Previous experience working in development/education sector (preferred)

Compensation:
Salary is competitive at Teach For India and depends on prior experiences.
 

Senior Director, National Operations

Mumbai

Teach For India is currently impacting over 30,000 children in 268 schools across 6 cities in India through its Fellowship Program while also building a growing community of Alumni who are working towards educational equity through their roles in a diverse range of organizations and sectors across the country. In addition, Teach For India will be starting operations in Bangalore this coming year and will be inducting a new cohort of around 600 Fellows which will take our collective number to

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Senior Director, National Operations

The Opportunity:
Teach For India is currently impacting over 30,000 children in 268 schools across 6 cities in India through its Fellowship Program while also building a growing community of Alumni who are working towards educational equity through their roles in a diverse range of organizations and sectors across the country. In addition, Teach For India will be starting operations in Bangalore this coming year and will be inducting a new cohort of around 600 Fellows which will take our collective number to nearly 1000 Fellows and 1100 Alumni in 2015-16 - a 2100-strong army of people who are deeply invested in the idea of equity in education and are committed to their role in attaining it. These numbers are more than just isolated data points. Taken together, they represent the immense potential of our model and the power of the broader community - a potential to redefine what’s possible for children from low-income backgrounds and a power that resides in the individual and collective leadership capacities of individuals and groups to catalyze a broader movement for education reform in India.
 
The Vision for the Role:
The Senior Operations Director plays a critical role in unleashing the potential and power of a nationwide movement for educational equity in our country. This individual will ensure tight alignment between the Teach For India’s culture, people, systems and impact, as well as its operational and financial sustainability. To do this, he/she will drive strategic depth and excellence in the national teams by fostering a culture of continuous analysis of the organization’s goals, operational data and evidences, and designing and implementing systems and policies that create short and long term successes. This individual will also be a member of a five person Senior Leadership team that will design strategy, long term and annual strategic plans, and drive a culture of collaboration across teams and individuals in the organization.
 
The Leadership Challenge: Roles and Responsibilities

  1. Build capacity in the National teams to be able to conduct rigorous performance reviews, unearth best practices and challenges across city and national teams, and design appropriate strategies and interventions that create and sustain organizational excellence and continuously improve overall performance.
  1. Understand the existing human resource management strategy and policies, review its alignment with Teach For India’s mission, culture and organization-wide performance requirements, and lead the design and implementation of required changes.
  1. Review the existing technology infrastructure, processes and reporting framework, and create and implement a vision of operational excellence and continuous improvement in technology across the organization.
  1. Review fund-raising strategies, build strong relationships with existing donors, lead the identification and cultivation of national and international corporate/individual donors, and ensure Teach For India raises the necessary funds in a timely manner.
  1. Manage and coach the functional heads of our Technology, Organizational Effectiveness, Human Resources, and Development verticals and develop their individual and collective capabilities to lead their teams to successful outcomes.
  1. Work with the Senior Leadership Team to help create organisation-wide strategies around growth, scale, sustainability, impact and long-term areas of focus.

 
Values and Mindsets:

  • Deep belief in Teach For India’s vision, mission, and core values.
  • Belief in the power of collaboration and collective action.
  • Growth mindset, with an underlying belief that one’s abilities and competencies can be developed through dedication, hard work and practice.
  • Strong focus on building excellence and depth in this role.

 
Knowledge and Technical Skills:

  • Understanding of Teach For India’s short-term and long-term theory of change.
  • Understanding of Teach For India’s leadership development philosophy and framework.
  • Proficiency in analyzing data and making inferences to drive strategies and decisions.
  • Excellent project planning and project management skills.

 
Abilities and Competencies:

  • Strategic and critical thinking skills so as to conceptualize multiple approaches to solving a problem and drawing out a clear roadmap with roles and responsibilities.
  • Relationship-building and influencing skills so as to leverage people and relationships to outcomes.
  • Communication skills so as to deliver compelling messages through oral and written mediums to diverse stakeholders.
  • People management skills so as to articulate a team vision and manage and coach individuals to consistently superior outcomes.
  • Operational management skills so as to set up systems and processes to allocate resources efficiently.
  • Ability to be resourceful and entrepreneurial in the face of uncertainty.

 
Education and Experience:

  • A Bachelor’s or a Master’s Degree in any field
  • 8+ years of relevant work experience
  • Previous experience managing large projects and teams to successful outcomes
  • Previous Teaching / Education experience (preferred) 

City Director

New Delhi

Teach For India has its largest operations in New Delhi, where currently 30+ staff members and 250+ Fellows work together to serve more than 9600 students across 74 schools in the city. Together with a growing Alumni network of 120+ individuals, this takes our collective number to almost 400 in the city - a 400-strong army of people who are deeply invested in the idea of equity in education and are committed to their role in attaining it.

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City Director

The Opportunity:
Teach For India has its largest operations in New Delhi, where currently 30+ staff members and 250+ Fellows work together to serve more than 9600 students across 74 schools in the city. Together with a growing Alumni network of 120+ individuals, this takes our collective number to almost 400 in the city - a 400-strong army of people who are deeply invested in the idea of equity in education and are committed to their role in attaining it. What’s more, nearly 1 in 4 citizens of New Delhi are connected with its elementary school system in some way, either directly through their participation as students, teachers, and principals, or indirectly through their involvement in the government and the bureaucracy that legislates and administers schools or through their engagement with non-profits and civil society organizations working in education. These 2 numbers are more than just isolated data points. Taken together, they represent the immense potential of our Delhi site and the power of the broader community - a potential to redefine what’s possible for children from low-income backgrounds and a power that resides in the individual and collective leadership capacities of individuals and groups to catalyze a broader movement for education reform in the nation’s capital.
 
The Vision for the Role:
The Delhi City Director (CD) plays a critical role in unleashing the potential and power of a local movement for educational equity in the nation’s capital. This individual creates and shapes a vision for the city that is rooted in the local context and develops a long term strategy in order to achieve this vision. The CD works closely with the program team in order to ensure that every child in our classrooms is on a different life path, while also creating an ecosystem of support for Fellows that enables them to be successful in their roles as teachers and future leaders of the movement. This individual fosters a sense of community among Alumni in the city and mobilizes them towards shared goals, while also building partnerships with a range of government, corporate, and civil society players to catalyze systemic impact and ensure the long-term sustainability of our efforts. Last but not least, the CD plays an integral role in building the capability and commitment of members of the Delhi City Operations team to contribute to our mission in the long-term.
 
The Leadership Challenge - Roles and Responsibilities:

1. Envision, develop and update a contextualized vision for Teach For India’s operations in Delhi:

  • Articulate a vision rooted in the local context and set clear goals that will serve as milestones of progress.
  • Build investment and ownership among staff, Fellows, and Alumni in the vision and goals.

2. Build relations with key partners and stakeholders to foster collective impact and ensure long-term sustainability:

  • Secure sustainable funding pipelines that cover the city budget (which is 14 Cr for 2015-16).
  • Build strong relationships with 74+ placement schools and communities.

3. Build a strong culture of inspiration, support, and accountability among staff members:

  • Setting the vision for city staff development
  • Defining and refining the city staff Support Plan
  • Ensuring development of tools to support city staff
  • Ensuring identification and documentation of best practices
  • Leading performance management conversations

4. Collaborate with Teams across Teach For India, especially Recruitment, Selection, Matriculation, Training, Finance, Organisational Effectiveness, Alumni Impact, Admin, IT and HR
 
Values and Mindsets:

  • Deep belief in Teach For India’s vision, mission, and values.
  • Belief in the power of collaboration and collective action.
  • Growth mindset, with an underlying belief that one’s abilities and competencies can be developed through dedication, hard work and practice.
  • Strong focus on building excellence and depth in the role.

Knowledge and Technical Skills:

  • Understanding of Teach For India’s short-term and long-term theory of change.
  • Understanding of Teach For India’s leadership development philosophy and framework.
  • Proficiency in analyzing data and making inferences to drive strategies and decisions.
  • Strong project planning and project management skills.

Abilities and Competencies:

  • Strategic and critical thinking skills so as to conceptualize multiple approaches to solving a problem and draw out a clear roadmap with roles and responsibilities.
  • Relationship-building and networking skills so as to connect individuals, groups, and partners with shared goals.
  • Influencing and persuasion skills so as to leverage people and relationships to outcomes.
  • Communication skills so as to deliver a compelling message through oral and written mediums to diverse stakeholders.
  • People management skills so as to manage diverse teams to outcomes.
  • Ability to be resourceful and entrepreneurial in the face of uncertainty.

Education and Experience:

  • A Bachelor’s or a Master’s Degree in any field
  • 6+ years of relevant work experience
  • Previous experience managing large projects and teams to successful outcomes
  • Previous Teaching / Education experience (preferred)

Recruitment Manager Lead - North,West, Fellowship Recruitment

Delhi, Mumbai

Teach For India is currently impacting over 30,000 children across 7 cities in India through its Fellowship Program while also building a growing community of Alumni who are working towards educational equity through their roles in a diverse range of organizations and sectors across the country.

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Recruitment Manager Lead - North,West, Fellowship Recruitment

The Opportunity:
Teach For India is currently impacting over 30,000 children across 7 cities in India through its Fellowship Program while also building a growing community of Alumni who are working towards educational equity through their roles in a diverse range of organizations and sectors across the country. Last year, nearly 13,500 individuals from the most reputed universities and organizations in the world applied to the 2015 Fellowship, of which 684 finally made their way to classrooms as teachers in under-resourced schools, making this our largest cohort to date and firmly establishing Teach For India as one of the most aspirational and selective youth leadership development programs in the nation. Taken together, these numbers represent the immense potential of our model and the power of our broader community - a potential to redefine what’s possible for children from low-income backgrounds and a power that resides in the individual and collective leadership capacities of individuals and groups to catalyze a broader movement for education reform in India.
 
The Vision for the Role:
The Recruitment Manager Lead (RML) sets the vision and strategy for Fellowship Recruitment and branding in the region. The RML is responsible for ensuring that an ambitious number of leaders from a given region arrive at the Institute ready to begin the Fellowship. Depending on the region, the RML will manage a team of Recruiters and devise strategies to reach out to the most promising leaders in the region. The Recruitment Manager Lead (RML) plays a role of manager, mentor and coach to the Recruiters while supporting them in the field and driving them outcomes.
The RML is also critical in promoting, enhancing and protecting the Teach For India brand. He or she will build and leverage key relationships with high-level stakeholders, heads of colleges and corporates, and create networks in the region that will help the Recruitment team year on year. The RML also plays a vital role in national strategy along with colleagues and the Vertical Head of Recruitment.
Ultimately, the RML ensures that the region bring in the leaders with the best minds and best hearts to join our Fellowship. At its soul, the role revolves around changing mindsets in this country and, as such, presents tremendous opportunity to build leadership and management skills in a fast-paced, results-driven, and challenging team.   
 
The Leadership Challenge - Roles and Responsibilities:

1.     Setting a vision and developing goals and aligned strategies

  • Developing a compelling vision for the region for recruitment, rooted in Teach For India’s current reality
  • Defining a clear set of ambitious goals for the overall recruitment and matriculation cycle
  • Breaking down the goals into a set of milestones for each phase of the cycle as well as by geographical region
  • Defining a set of strategies to achieve the goals

2.     Managing team operations

  • Capturing and investigating in-depth data and evidence to analyse trends, monitoring progress to goals, and adapting and iterating on strategies in the region
  • Managing the regional team budget, allocating resources efficiently and effectively, and defining the annual team calendar and action plan

3.     Leading and managing a large and diverse team

  • Managing a full-time staff team of approximately 3-5 individuals, spread across 3 cities
  • Overseeing the recruitment and development of at least a hundred “Campaign Leaders” based in universities and workplaces across the region
  • Creating structures and processes that enable efficient and effective execution and collaboration towards goals
  • Sourcing and creating professional development opportunities for the regional team, as well as the national team
  • Building a strong collaborative team culture that values relationships and results

4.     Developing a regional strategy for marketing, communications and branding:

  • Supporting team members to develop and execute a series of regional marketing and Communications campaigns centred around key themes
  • Supporting team members to generate awareness and execute regional branding strategies through various channels such as print and social media, radio, television, and film

5.     Building partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders:

  • Supporting team members to build and maintain relations with hundreds of universities across the region for presentations and information sessions
  • Supporting team members to build partnerships with corporate organizations for building awareness of the Fellowship and potentially for sabbaticals, as well as leads on fundraising and development 

6.     Collaborating with the Leadership Team on vertical-specific goals:

  • Working with the Vertical Head of Recruitment to drive regional recruitment and matriculation goals and strategies
  • Working with the Selection team to refine our selection processes and criteria
  • Working with the Communications team to develop a regional Communications strategy
  • Working with the Technology team to build the necessary platforms and tools to support the application process as well as enable data-collection
  • Working closely with the Development team to cross sell Recruitment and Development

Values and Mindsets:

  • Deep belief in Teach For India’s vision, mission, and core values
  • Belief in the power of collaboration and collective action
  • Growth mindset, with an underlying belief that one’s abilities and competencies can be developed through dedication, hard work and practice
  • Strong goal orientation and laser-like focus on outcomes
  • Strong focus on driving excellence and depth in this role

Knowledge and Technical Skills:

  • Understanding of Teach For India’s short-term and long-term theory of change
  • Understanding of Teach For India’s leadership development philosophy and framework
  • Proficiency in analyzing large data-sets and making inferences to drive strategies and decisions
  • Excellent project planning and project management skills

Abilities and Competencies:

  • Strategic and critical thinking skills so as to conceptualize multiple approaches to solving a problem and drawing out a clear roadmap with roles and responsibilities
  • Relationship-building and influencing skills so as to leverage people and relationships to outcomes
  • Communication skills so as to deliver compelling messages through oral and written medium to diverse stakeholders
  • People management skills so as to articulate a team vision and manage and coach individuals to consistently superior outcomes
  • Operational management skills so as to set up systems and processes to allocate resources efficiently
  • Ability to be highly resourceful and entrepreneurial in the face of uncertainty
  • Ability to maintain a demanding travel schedule and work long-hours (especially at key milestones in the Recruitment cycle like Recruitment deadlines)

Education and Experience:

  • A Bachelor’s or a Master’s Degree in any field
  • 3-6 years of relevant work experience
  • Previous experience managing large projects and teams to successful outcomes
  • Previous experience working in the development/education sector (preferred)

Manager, Development

Mumbai

The Manager, Development will be responsible for building the funding base in order to support Teach For India’s ambitious program goals. This will include working with internal stakeholders such as City Directors, Vertical Heads, Communications team and even Fellows to support fundraising for the organisation. The Manager will also be responsible for maintaining relationships with key donors and their organizations.

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Manager, Development

Position Summary:
The Manager, Development will be responsible for building the funding base in order to support Teach For India’s ambitious program goals. This will include working with internal stakeholders such as City Directors, Vertical Heads, Communications team and even Fellows to support fundraising for the organisation. The Manager will also be responsible for maintaining relationships with key donors and their organizations.
 
Team Overview:
The Development team is responsible for raising funds for the operations of Teach For India. Development is one of the critical backbones of the organizations as the organization is completely dependent on donations in its current form. The Development team needs to be abreast with everything happening in the organization and the education sector as a lot of time is spent in creating and maintaining relationships with external stakeholders.
The national team also provides tools and support to individual cities and the Expansion team in its fundraising efforts.
The Development team is divided into 9 work streams by different sources of funding that Teach For India receives. Some of these include Corporates, Foundations, Individual Giving, Retail Giving, Online, Events, among others.
Primary Responsibilities:
1.     Raising Funds:
a.     The manager will be responsible for driving the development of some of the work streams listed above including supporting the team with prospect research and portfolio management and managing gift operations.
b.     New donors: Tapping into various networks to increase the base of new donors
c.      Existing relationships: Stewardship of donors based on their giving capacity, in order to ensure repeat donations and upgrades
2.     Support the city teams:
a.     Knowledge transfer – Best practices to be circulated to the city teams so that they are in the loop
b.     Weekly check-ins to ensure that the funding cycle is being rigorously followed at the city level
c.      Support queries on day-to-day operations, Salesforce
3.     Process and Operations
a.     Ensure that the team sticks to processes including keeping all proposals and documents up to date on the team site
b.     Use Salesforce to record all donor engagement and leads
4.     Reporting
a.     Work with the Finance team to ensure all reports are sent to donors in a complete and timely fashion
5.     Work with multiple stakeholders
a.     Work with the Communications team to ensure all marketing collateral are up to date and effective
b.     Work with the  Training and Impact team, the Alumni Impact team, the HR, Operations teams and other departments to ensure that the Development team is abreast of the latest updates that could be relevant to development conversations
6.     The Development team has a great culture of openness and collaboration. The manager’s role will also be to maintain that culture.
Additional responsibilities:

  • Vendor management in terms of prints/ other technical requirements in terms of design
  • To provide support to the larger Communications team during events and campaigns

Knowledge and Technical Skills

  • Experience with fundraising
  • Has had sectoral exposure to corporates/ foundations / worked with HNIs
  • Strong organizational skills, project management and must pay attention to detail
  • Proficient user of the MS Office toolkit
  • Ability to source new leads through research, take initiative and ownership to pursue them.

Competencies and Abilities

  • Communication and relationship-building skills
  • Entrepreneurial attitude, working independently while also being a team player
  • Commitment to excellence and accuracy, with an ability to make decisions in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong time management skills and ability to remain flexible in order to accommodate multiple projects simultaneously, with tight deadlines
  • Strong work ethic

 Values and Mindsets

  • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically, despite their background
  • Sense of possibility
  • Perseverance

 Education and Experience

  • 3-5 years of relevant work experience in client facing roles
  • Graduate/Post graduate

 

Manager, Student Leadership

Training and Impact - Any city with Teach For India operations

The Student Leadership Manager continuously learns about Student Leadership Development through teaching and creating tools, resources and experiences to drive that learning across Teach For India to impact student outcomes. He or she will develop an expertise in pedagogy and curriculum through a continuous focus on research and learning, iterations and pilots.

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Manager, Student Leadership

Position Summary:
The Student Leadership Manager continuously learns about Student Leadership Development through teaching and creating tools, resources and experiences to drive that learning across Teach For India to impact student outcomes. He or she will develop an expertise in pedagogy and curriculum through a continuous focus on research and learning, iterations and pilots. Operating in alignment with the vision of the Leadership Development Journey framework, he or she establishes teams, creates a plan and devises strategies to implement across cities for multiple short term projects. He or she is responsible for refining our vision of student leadership and bringing that into focus in all our work.
 
Team Overview:
The Training and Impact Team sets a strong vision of excellence for every staff member, Fellow and student to drive towards, and designs tools, resources and learning experiences and empowers them with support and experiences to guide them on their path of leadership. We Research the biggest needs for our program and the best practices available; Design the solutions to meet the needs, Empower program staff, Fellows and students and Learn about the impact of our interventions. Through our work, we impact 38,000 students through the 1200 fellows and 85 program staff across our 7 cities.
As a team we will work towards 3 – 5 shared projects including the National Ecosystem, Firki, building bright spots of classrooms and students through Transformational Impact Journey and Maya, Institute and Program Manager Training
 
Responsibilities of this role towards the projects (include but are not limited to):
 
1. Research and Design

  • Establish an overall plan to research and learn about Student leadership development using the design thinking to understand current reality, challenges and needs of our children and the vision for our context in moving towards building a student movement
  • Establish a team to Design and Curate resources aligned to the student vision towards empowering students to developing as leaders
  • Design and develop assessments and integrated curricula tools to ensure rigor in content and curricula across all strands of the student vision

2. Empower

  • Design learning experiences for Fellows, students and staff to experience and understand student leadership through Maya
  • Collaborate continuously with program staff in cities on shared projects and learning discussions focusing on areas of need like adolescent behavior, Maths learning outcomes, readiness for state examinations, etc
  • Execute training sessions in cities and work full time at summer Institute to refine own practice

3. Learn

  • Implement pilots and learning loops to test, iterate and refine strategic direction and input towards increasing our impact on outcomes
  • Source partnerships to improve our methods and continuously learn about curriculum and content for children based on the needs across the different contexts of our children and classrooms

Knowledge:

  • Strong curricula and pedagogical knowledge and skills
  • Theories of child development

Competencies:

  • Excellent Planning and Execution skills
  • Critical Thinking & Problem solving: Ability to analyse data and evidence, ask the right questions and seek root causes
  • Continuous Learning & Reflection: Ability to seek out feedback and reflect on ones own practice
  • Building Relationships and enabling and influencing others towards shared vision and learning
  • Perseverance
  • Creativity and Risk taking

Values and Mindsets:

  • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education
  • Belief in the Theory of Change and Teach For India’s approach to Leadership Development
  • Belief in people and their ability and willingness to learn and grow

Education and Experience:

  • 3+ years of work experience with at least 2 years teaching in a low-income school with evidence of leading students to holistic development

Program Manager

City Operations - Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru

As leaders of a national movement, our Program Managers will play a key role at the heart of their City Teams driving towards an ambitious, contextual and collective vision. Through co-creating a rich and effective ecosystem designed to enable all Fellows to pursue their own journey as leaders and teachers, they will consistently seek out opportunities to learn and grow.

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Program Manager

Position Vision:
As leaders of a national movement, our Program Managers will play a key role at the heart of their City Teams driving towards an ambitious, contextual and collective vision. Through co-creating a rich and effective ecosystem designed to enable all Fellows to pursue their own journey as leaders and teachers, they will consistently seek out opportunities to learn and grow. Program Managers will strive to build ownership in Fellows, facilitating and connecting them to experiences, which will allow them to develop skills and mindsets centered on personal transformation, collective action, educational equity and curriculum and pedagogy.  Through using a wide range of data (qualitative and quantitative) our Program Managers will coach and manage 15-20 Fellows leveraging their competencies to inspire a drive for excellence in the short term and a deep sense of purpose in the long term.
 
Team Overview:
Each Program Manager is supported by a Senior Program Manager in their city under the guidance of the City Director, who is working towards their city vision.  
 
Core Responsibilities:
 
1.    Establishing rigorous goals, systems and strategic plans:

  • Create a strategic plan of support, aligned to City goals and Fellow needs that enables all Fellows to create learning environments, which actively encourages the development of student leadership.
  • Build capacity in Fellows to use a wide range of data (qualitative and quantitative) to analyze progress to goals, evaluate and increase effectiveness
  • Collect, analyze and respond accurately and effectively to group wide data sets and evidence to understand underlying causes

2.    Developing Self, Fellow and Student Leadership:

  • Develop and manage a team of Fellows through a variety of essential opportunities; Classroom Observations, feedback and aligned need-based learning experiences.
  • Plan and execute effective peer-driven Learning Circles, technical support such as grade level circles and training sessions and on-going learning experiences which allow Fellows to connect all aspect of the Leadership Development Framework.
  • Build a focus on personal transformation by facilitating Leadership Conversations and connecting Fellows to learning opportunities within the City ecosystem for both their development as teachers and leaders.

3.    Building a vision and driving a culture of collaboration within the city and Fellow Teams.

  • Build a culture that is focused on personal transformation, collective action and educational equity with the child and their community at the center.
  • Facilitate shared learning, unconditional support and strong self and peer accountability within the Learning Circle and school teams

Other Responsibilities:
Contribute to the development and growth of Teach For India as a strong sustainable institution through supporting partner teams such as Recruitment, Selection, Development, Alumni, and Communications etc. PMs also work full time at the Teach for India summer institute and with the Training and Impact Team on specific projects.

 
Knowledge, Skills and Mindsets:
Each of the core responsibilities outlined above, need specific skills to fulfill. Most of these will get developed and honed through the role. Some of the knowledge, skill and mindsets you need coming in are:

  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Grit
  • Teamwork
  • Developing Others
  • Continuous Learning
  • Communicating Effectively
  • Building Relationships

Education and Experience:
We believe that reaching our vision demands that we have the best and brightest group of leaders working to lead this city. Here are some minimum qualifications we look for:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • A minimum of two years teaching experience in a low-income school with a strong track record of building academics, values, mindsets, and pathways to opportunity with students or a holistic degree in Education

Manager, City Development

City Operations - Mumbai

The Development Manager has the challenging role of building Teach For India Mumbai into a financially sustainable site. This involves raising money for our operations, building long standing relationships and partnerships. It is also an exciting role of building strong external partners and investing them in their role to ensure educational equity in the city.

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Manager, City Development

Position Summary:
The Development Manager has the challenging role of building Teach For India Mumbai into a financially sustainable site. This involves raising money for our operations, building long standing relationships and partnerships. It is also an exciting role of building strong external partners and investing them in their role to ensure educational equity in the city.
 
Team Overview:
The Mumbai city operations team has the exciting and challenging role of driving the Teach For India vision and mission. This involves training and supporting Fellows to have impact in their classrooms, schools and communities, to have impact on themselves and to prepare Fellows for their post Fellowship journey. The team works with various stakeholders in the city of Mumbai like our Alumni, Government, corporates, foundations, NGOs to drive our vision. Mumbai will be entering into its sixth year of operation in 2016 – 17, we will have ~ 220 Fellows, ~ 23 city operations team members and ~ 200 Alumni working in the city.
 
Responsibilities:
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Create a fundraising strategy along with the City Director
  • Responsible for raising the budget for Mumbai with the support of a Development Associate
  • Conduct research, identify and build new partnerships and invest potential donors
  • Engage and manage existing donors to ensure enduring partnerships. (corporate volunteering, Impact day etc).
  • Leverage an extensive network of supporters through staff and Fellow contacts, to build awareness about Teach For India.
  • Source speaking opportunities at external events and/or organizes events that creates awareness about educational inequity and Teach For India
  • Lead and coordinate all in kind support from different organisations with support from the City Operations Associate
  • Manage, coach and develop a Development Associate

Additional responsibilities:

  • Supports in other organizational events like Recruitment, Selection, Matriculation or Institute based on interest and skills.

Knowledge and Technical Skills:

  • Strong Excel, word and Powerpoint skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong understanding of Teach For India’s vision, mission & theory of change

Competencies and Abilities:

  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Adaptability & independence (ability to work in unstructured environments with minimal supervision)
  • Perseverance and persuasiveness
  • Willingness to learn & open to feedback
  • Ability to work effectively in a team and build strong relationships

Values and Mindsets:

  • Commitment to Personal Transformation
  • Commitment to Collective Action
  • Commitment to Education Equity

Education and Experience:

  • 2-3 years of relevant work experience (which includes investing stakeholders, making presentations).
  • Graduate in any stream.
  • Preferred - prior experience in fundraising

Manager, City Development

City Operations - Ahmedabad

The Development Manager drives the Teach For India vision and mission through this challenging role of building Teach For India Ahmedabad into a financially sustainable site. It is an exciting role that involves looking for new and creative ways to raise funds for our city operations and building long standing relationships and partnerships with donors and organisations in the city.

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Manager, City Development

Position Summary:
The Development Manager drives the Teach For India vision and mission through this challenging role of building Teach For India Ahmedabad into a financially sustainable site. It is an exciting role that involves looking for new and creative ways to raise funds for our city operations and building long standing relationships and partnerships with donors and organisations in the city.
 
Team Overview:
With approximately 90 Fellows and 30 schools in our third year of operations in 2016-17, the Ahmedabad team aims towards establishing the movement in the city. We are looking to involve various stakeholders like our Alumni, Corporates, Foundations and NGOs to drive our mission.
The Development Manager will work with the City Director to create and implement a strategy to raise funds for City Operations and oversee relationship building and donor engagement activities.
 
Responsibilities:

  • Actively research and build relations with organizations and individuals in the city to raise funds
  • Design and execute a strategy for raising funds and meeting the development goals for Ahmedabad with the City Director
  • Identify, research and set up meetings with prospective donors and partners
  • Maintain relationships and partnerships with existing donors and partners
  • Build presentations and proposals for various donor meetings
  • Work with the National Development and Alumni teams to ensure due process is followed in keeping all proposals and documentation up to date on the team sites and Salesforce
  • Lead and organize donor engagement activities

Competencies and Abilities

  • Critical and Strategic Thinking
  • Strong Researching, Networking and Relationship-building Skills
  • Excellent Verbal and Written Communication and Presentation Skills
  • Strong Organizational skills and attention to detail

Values and Mindsets

  • Deep understanding of the Teach For India model and belief in Teach For India’s mission and approach
  • Adaptability and High Sense Of Possibility
  • Perseverance

Education and Experience:

  • 3+ years of relevant work experience (Preferably Fund Raising, Investing Stakeholders, Building Relationships and Making Presentations)
  • Graduate/Post-Graduate

Perks of working on Ahmedabad team:

  • A gifted copy of Infinite Vision - The story of Dr. V
  • Passionate, well-connected and diverse team
  • Organic Development - A balance of opportunities to look within and outside through the year
  • A team holiday every six months - We believe in stepping out of the box together to think out of the box and to connect with each other at a deeper level

If building something from the scratch excites you, then this role is something you would consider!

Manager, City Development

City Operations - Bengaluru

The City Development Manager is responsible for raising funds for the Bengaluru operations of Teach For India and making the site financially sustainable. This involves raising money for our operations, building long standing relationships and partnerships. In addition, the manager will be responsible for creating a strong local brand for the organization.

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Manager, City Development

Position Summary:
The City Development Manager is responsible for raising funds for the Bengaluru operations of Teach For India and making the site financially sustainable. This involves raising money for our operations, building long standing relationships and partnerships. In addition, the manager will be responsible for creating a strong local brand for the organization.
 
Team Overview:
Bengaluru with its 1700 students, 54 fellows and 90+ alumni is the newest city that Teach For India has made a foray in. Hence, it is a very exciting time to be a part of the City Operations - Bengaluru team as you would play a part in shaping Teach For India’s future in the city. The City Operations Team leads the Fellows of Teach For India in their mission to achieve educational equity. It equips the Fellows with the right knowledge, supporting and training them to handle challenging situations to drive learning in all our classrooms. The Team drives partnerships with school authorities who become an integral branch of Teach For India as stakeholders. The Team also leverages a network of partners and alumni to build and sustain the movement in the city. It forms the foundation of growth and success of the Fellows and helps them metamorphose into future leaders of the country.  It helps them prevail even in the darkest moments to strive for a nation which we all dream of.
 
Responsibilities:

    1. Raising Funds

    • Designing and taking the lead on executing the strategy for raising funds to meeting the development goals
    • Identifying, researching, setting up and leading meetings with prospective donors
    • Managing donors based on their giving capacity to ensure repeat donations and upgrades
    • Building presentations and proposals for various donor meetings
    • Lead and coordinate all in-kind support from different organizations

    2. Maintaining Strong Relationships

    • Maintaining partnerships with existing donors
    • Creating an extensive network of supporters through staff and fellow contacts
    • Designing and implementing purposeful programs to engage key partners
    • Creating and managing impact communication

    3. Reporting

    • Working with the National Development team to ensure due process is followed
    • Keeping all proposals and documentation up to date on the team sites and Salesforce

    4. Building a Local Brand

    • Building strong media relations to amplify our work
    • Finding opportunities to showcase Teach For India on relevant public platforms

    5. Working with Multiple Stakeholders

    • Collaborating with Alumni and Recruitment leads in the city for shared opportunities
    • Collaborating with other City Development Leads for shared opportunities

    6. Additional responsibilities

    • Support in other organizational events like Recruitment, Selection, Matriculation or Institute based on interest and skills

    Knowledge and Technical Skills:

    • Excellent Verbal & Written Communication Skills
    • Strong Data Analysis and Presentation Abilities
    • Primary and Secondary Research Skills
    • Proficient in MS Office and working knowledge of Google Docs

    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Critical & Strategic Thinking
    • Strong Networking Skills
    • Excellent time management and organizational skills

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Perseverance
    • Sense of Possibility
    • Initiative and Ownership
    • Adaptability

     Education and Experience:

    • Graduate/Post-Graduate
    • 2-5 years of experience in client facing roles

     

    Recruiter, Fellowship Recruitment

    All cities with Teach For India operations

    A Recruiter lays the foundation of the Teach For India movement by sourcing the most outstanding college graduates and working professionals, and informing, investing and inspiring them to join the Fellowship Program. Recruiters build the brand of Teach For India nationally by representing our organisation at premier institutions in the country, and play a key role in building enduring partnerships with them.

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    Recruiter, Fellowship Recruitment

    Position Summary:

    A Recruiter lays the foundation of the Teach For India movement by sourcing the most outstanding college graduates and working professionals, and informing, investing and inspiring them to join the Fellowship Program. Recruiters build the brand of Teach For India nationally by representing our organisation at premier institutions in the country, and play a key role in building enduring partnerships with them. They source and manage a team of Campaign Leaders, and together devise a strategy for building the movement within their region, with decisions rooted in data analysis. Most importantly, recruiters provide continuous support to prospective Fellows and empower them with the skills, knowledge and mindsets to be prepared for the start of their Fellowship journey.

    At its soul, the role revolves around changing mindsets in this country and, as such, presents tremendous opportunity to build leadership and management skills in a fast-paced, results-driven, and challenging team.

     

    Team Overview:

    The Recruitment Team is a group of highly enterprising and innovative individuals who work tirelessly to change mindsets in our country, and inspire the most outstanding leaders to join the Fellowship Program. As one of the most external facing teams, we build the brand of Teach For India nationally through various branding and promotion campaigns, engagement with the top institutions of the country, media partnerships, and by creating strong champions of the movement. We promote the three key messages of the Fellowship Program:

    • The Fellowship is the single greatest leadership-development program available
    • Our Alumni force is currently spread across sectors around the world fighting to end educational inequity in India
    • This will be the challenge of your life

    The Recruitment Team creates a vision and strategy for strengthening Teach For India's brand in different regions, aiming to expose the city's populace to the impact of our movement and the magic of our classrooms. We provide avenues for prospective applicants to meet with Fellows, Staff and students, and we meet with corporate and college stakeholders to invest them in the movement. We engage with the city teams in order to ensure that the organisation acts as one team in our mission to find our movement of leaders who will eliminate educational inequity and ensure that all children attain an excellent vision.

     

    Responsibilities:

    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    1. Setting strategy and goals

    • Devise a strategy for your portfolio based on the national recruitment strategy
    • Set ambitious goals for recruitment in your portfolio

    2. Research your market and secure partnerships

    • Research the landscape of your region to identify where our most promising applicants are and the best value proposition for them
    • Build awareness of current job market, our competition, and value proposition of the Teach For India Fellowship for our target audience
    • Identify new cities, regions, universities, corporates to expand our presence into.
    • Forge sustainable symbiotic partnerships with youth hubs, professional clubs, and organizations with similar interests
    • Invest the leaders at our partner corporates and universities in the larger movement

    3. Engage and cultivate candidates

    • Create avenues and opportunities to meet potential candidates face-to-face
    • Inspire the brightest minds by sharing stories from our classrooms and Alums through emails, conversations and interactive sessions
    • Invest the most promising applicants into applying to the Fellowship by sharing the challenge and their potential role in the larger movement

    4. Build and support your team

    • Attract, interview, and select a team of 20-30 Campaign Leaders to help with efforts at select colleges and corporates.
    • Invest, leverage, and support Fellows on the recruitment committee to inspire and invest target applicants
    • Source, manage, and coach interns to assist you in your efforts

    5. Develop the Brand and Marketing Plan

    • Create partnerships with local newspapers and magazines to share stories to influence the target audience in your portfolio
    • Secure radio, television, video, film partnerships to spread awareness about the educational crisis and Teach For India
    • Leverage the Teach For India Communications team for creating campaigns, branding ideas, creating collaterals etc

    6. Collaborating with teams across the organization

    • Understand and link the Teach For India vision in your city to Recruitment efforts in your portfolio
    • Participate in the  the Fellowship Selection process, conduct first reviews, and phone reviews
    • Collaborate with the Development team to secure new corporate partners

    Technical Skills and Competencies:

    1. Excellent Interpersonal Skills

    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills in English
    • Public-speaking and presentation skills : ability to effectively interface with multiple audiences, internal teams and stakeholders while presenting complex ideas clearly and in an engaging manner
    • You are the face of Teach For India: project the brand internally and externally
    • Ability to invest and build relations with new stakeholders and leverage them

    2. Superior Project Management Skills

    • Demonstrated self-starting abilities: ability to be resourceful, take responsibility and find effective solutions to problems
    • Strong time management skills and ability to remain flexible in order to accommodate multiple projects simultaneously, with tight deadlines
    • Demonstrated proficiency in using data to drive decisions: analyzing numbers and trends to determine next steps

    3. People Management Skills

    • Ability to create a culture of collaboration
    • Ability to lead a group of volunteers to ambitious outcomes
    • Focus on setting clear expectations and detailed follow up

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically, despite their background
    • Strong work ethic and sense of possibility
    • Demonstrated ability to learn and adapt quickly to a new work stream and culture
    • Commitment to executing a complex plan in an entrepreneurial environment

    Education and Experience:

    • 1-3 years of relevant work experience
    • Experience working in a multicultural environment and is sensitive to the diversity of our target population
    • Experience working in a deadline-sensitive, target-driven environment with a focus on professionalism: ability to keep himself/herself calm during high-stress periods
    • Experience as a Teach For India Fellow. Not required, but strongly desired
    • Ability to travel extensively (intra and inter-city) and adopt flexible timings (especially during “cycle season” from July-Feb)

     

    Executive Associate to the Senior Director

    City, Recruitment, Selection, Matriculation and Alumni Impact - Pune/Mumbai

    The Executive Associate works directly with the Senior Director (SD) to build Teach For India into an operation that functions systematically and is enduring. The Executive Associate to the SD will be a thought partner to the SD and will be responsible for providing analysis to enable efficient and smooth decision making. The Executive Associate will be the primary point of contact for the SD for internal and external stakeholders and will also assist the SD in his day-to-day activities.

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    Executive Associate to the Senior Director

    Position Summary:

    The Executive Associate works directly with the Senior Director (SD) to build Teach For India into an operation that functions systematically and is enduring. The Executive Associate to the SD will be a thought partner to the SD and will be responsible for providing analysis to enable efficient and smooth decision making. The Executive Associate will be the primary point of contact for the SD for internal and external stakeholders and will also assist the SD in his day-to-day activities. The Executive Associate will have the ability to work independently on projects, from conception to completion, and must be able to work under pressure at times to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion. 

     

    Responsibilities:

    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    1. Coordinate Individual Operations

    • Edits and completes first drafts for written communications to stake holders
    • Successfully completes critical aspects of deliverables with a hands-on approach, including drafting acknowledgement letters, personal correspondence and other tasks
    • Manages an extremely active calendar of appointments
    • Plans, coordinates and ensures the SD’s schedule is followed and respected
    • Composes and prepares correspondence that is sometimes confidential
    • Arranges complex and detailed travel plans, itineraries, and agenda; and compiles documents for travel-related meetings.
    • Works closely and effectively with the SD to keep him well informed of upcoming commitments and responsibilities, following up appropriately
    • Responds to requests for materials regarding the SD and the organization in general

    2. Coordinate Team Operations

    • Communicates directly, and on behalf of the SD with donors, Staff, Fellows and others, on matters related to the SD’s initiatives
    • Coordinates and arranges all meetings and ensuring correct materials and information for meetings
    • Follows up on contacts made by the SD and supports the cultivation of ongoing relationships
    • Supports other verticals in meeting their goals

    3. Research, Analysis and Special Projects

    • Assists in managing large amounts of data for decision making across functions
    • Conducts research on the internal and external landscape analysis
    • Connects the macro and micro level analyses
    • Participates in a variety of short-term tasks and projects to support the SD and his teams
    • Assists in preparing presentations for meetings
    • Research for the SD to participate in external forums

    Knowledge and Technical Skills:

    • Excellent communication skills
    • Time management and Organising skills
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office tools
    • Ability to handle data to work in qualitative and quantitative research

    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Building Relationships with people in order to work with various stakeholders
    • Proficiency in using data to drive decisions: analyzing numbers and trends and critically thinking so as to use data to decide on next steps
    • Strong on Resourcefulness
    • Strong Planning Skills

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically, despite their background

    Education and Experience:

    We believe that reaching our vision demands that we have the best and brightest group of leaders working to lead this city. Here are the minimum qualifications we look for:

    • Bachelor’s Degree from any stream
    • 1-3 years of work experience

     

    Associate, Fellowship Selection

    Mumbai/Pune (preferred)

    As an Associate, Fellowship Selection, you will contribute to the vision and strategy of the Fellowship Selection Team as well as ensure efficient and accurate implementation of our selection model during the selection cycle. You will be responsible for ensuring that each applicant at a given stage of the selection process has an experience which is fair, consistent and inspirational, leaving them as advocates of our movement.

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    Associate, Fellowship Selection

    Team Overview

    What skills and mindsets drive excellent teachers and how are these similar to or different from those that drive our greatest leaders? These are the questions which guide the work of the Fellowship Selection Team at Teach For India. 

    The Fellowship Selection Team is charged with the responsibility of ensuring the best possible makeup of our cohort. We conduct research and analysis to design a selection model which will lead us to efficiently identify those likely to be excellent teachers and impactful leaders. We design and run systems and processes which ensure efficient and accurate execution of this model across 8 cities in India. All this, by training and supporting over 150 Staff, Fellows and Alumni to execute their roles as interviewers and reviewers. Outcomes are monitored and evaluated at each stage of our process to ensure all decisions are accurate and that every applicant has an experience which is fair, consistent and leaves them as advocates of our movement. In short, we put teachers in classrooms who will transform the lives of every child they teach and who will, as Alumni work towards eliminating the wicked educational crisis in India.

     

    Position Summary

    As an Associate, Fellowship Selection, you will contribute to the vision and strategy of the Fellowship Selection Team as well as ensure efficient and accurate implementation of our selection model during the selection cycle.   You will be responsible for ensuring that each applicant at a given stage of the selection process has an experience which is fair, consistent and inspirational, leaving them as advocates of our movement. To do this you will not only be responsible for running systems and logistical operations relating to a key stage of the process, but also for managing a team of 18-20 staff, Fellows and Alumni who support us in our work part-time. You will be responsible for training and supporting this team as well as for monitoring their output to ensure they are able to do their work with accuracy and efficiency.

     

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Running and managing systems and logistical operations to ensure we process over 17,000 applications with efficiency and accuracy in a deadline driven environment
    • Monitoring and tracking progress to goals through data analysis which allows you to design and implement strategic solutions to in-the-moment challenges as well as which increase long-term process efficiency
    • Building relationships with staff, Fellows and Alumni involved in the selection process to ensure efficient and accurate implementation of our model
    • Designing and facilitating differentiated on-going training and support to staff, Fellows and Alumni involved in the various stages of the selection process
    • Reviewing applications and interviewing applicants, supporting others to do the same with efficiency and accuracy
    • Supporting the Recruitment and Matriculation Team in their outreach

     

    Knowledge and Technical Skills

    • Exceptional English language communication skills – both written and verbal
    • Ability to analyse complex data sets from varied sources (both quantitative and qualitative), drawing conclusions and identifying appropriate next steps

     

    Competencies and Abilities

    • Strong interpersonal skills which enable you to build meaningful relationships with diverse others and invest them in a role or purpose
    • High attention to detail, with a belief in the importance of ‘the little things’
    • Interest and ability to work well in teams with a focus on collaborating to reach outcomes
    • Highly organised with the ability to set clear plans and adapt them when required to ensure you meet ambitious goals within in clear timeframes
    • Solution oriented approach when faced with challenges, and ability to identify and implement solutions to complex challenges rapidly

     

    Values and Mindsets

    • Belief that every child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically whatever their background
    • High sense of possibility and an anything it takes attitude
    • Growth-oriented mindset and a drive to develop yourself as well as to challenge and improve existing systems and approaches

     

    Education and Experience

    • Graduate (any field) with 0-3 years of work experience, (experience of working on complex projects and/or with diverse stakeholders is preferable but not essential)

     

    Associate, Fellow Leadership

    Training and Impact - Any city with Teach For India operations

    The Associate, Fellow Leadership continuously learns about Leadership Development through teaching and creating tools, resources and experiences to drive that learning across Teach For India to impact student outcomes.

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    Associate, Fellow Leadership

    Position Summary:
    The Associate, Fellow Leadership continuously learns about Leadership Development through teaching and creating tools, resources and experiences to drive that learning across Teach For India to impact student outcomes. He or she will develop an expertise in pedagogy and leadership through a continuous focus on research and learning, iterations and pilots. Operating in alignment with the vision of the Leadership Development Journey framework, he or she creates a plan and devises strategies to implement across cities.
     
    Team Overview:
    The Training & Impact Team sets a strong vision of excellence for every staff member, Fellow and student to drive towards, and designs tools, resources and learning experiences and empowers them with support and experiences to guide them on their path of leadership. We Research the biggest needs for our program and the best practices available; Design the solutions to meet the needs, Empower program staff, Fellows and students and Learn about the impact of our interventions. Through our work, we impact 38,000 students through the 1200 fellows and 85 program staff across our 7 cities.
    As a team we will work towards 3 – 5 shared projects including the National Ecosystem, Firki, building bright spots of classrooms and students through Transformational Impact Journey (TIJ) and Maya, Institute and Program Manager Training
     
    Responsibilities of this role towards the projects (include but are not limited to):
    Research & Design

    • Conduct research on the current reality and the vision for our context to identify our strengths and gaps
    • Design & Curate tools and resources aligned to the Fellow Curriculum and the Leadership Development Journey for all Fellows

    Empower

    • Design learning experiences and manage operations and communications for them
    • Collaborate continuously with program staff in cities on shared projects and learning discussions
    • Execute training sessions in cities and work full time at summer Institute

    Learn

    • Implement pilots and learning loops to test, iterate and refine strategic direction and input towards increasing our impact on outcomes
    • Source partnerships to improve our methods and continuously learn about instructional and leadership development=

    Knowledge

    • Strong Pedagogical knowledge and skills
    • Theories of leadership and people development

    Competencies

    • Excellent Planning and Execution skills
    • Critical Thinking & Problem solving: Ability to analyse data and evidence, ask the right questions and seek root causes
    • Continuous Learning & Reflection: Ability to seek out feedback and reflect on ones own practice
    • Building Relationships and enabling and influencing others towards shared vision and learning
    • Perseverance
    • Creativity and Risk taking

     
    Values & Mindsets

    • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education
    • Belief in the Theory of Change and Teach For India’s approach to Leadership Development
    • Belief in people and their ability and willingness to learn and grow

     
    Education and Experience

    • At least 2 years teaching in a low-income school with evidence of leading students to holistic development

    Associate, Impact and Learning

    Training and Impact - Any city with Teach For India operations

    The Impact and Learning Associate is responsible for the internal monitoring and evaluation of our training program. Through collecting and analyzing data across student, Fellow and staff effectiveness, he or she strives to identify our overall outcomes and key levers that are driving our success.

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    Associate, Impact and Learning

    Position Summary:

    The Impact and Learning Associate is responsible for the internal monitoring and evaluation of our training program. Through collecting and analyzing data across student, Fellow and staff effectiveness, he or she strives to identify our overall outcomes and key levers that are driving our success. He or she undertakes intensive data analysis and research that provide insights and trends. Engaging with key stakeholders through the year, the Impact Associate will continuously analyse and predict short term and long term outcomes for program to drive learning and depth.

    Team Overview:

    The Training & Impact Team sets a strong vision of excellence for every staff member, Fellow and student to drive towards, and designs tools, resources and learning experiences and empowers them with support and experiences to guide them on their path of leadership. We Research the biggest needs for our program and the best practices available; Design the solutions to meet the needs, Empower program staff, Fellows and students and Learn about the impact of our interventions. Through our work, we impact 38,000 students through the 1200 fellows and 85 program staff across our 7 cities.

    As a team we will work towards 3 – 5 shared projects including the National Ecosystem, Firki, building bright spots of classrooms and students through Transformational Impact Journey (TIJ) and Maya, Institute and Program Manager Training.

    Responsibilities of this role towards the projects (include but are not limited to):

    1. Research & Analysis

    • Answers research questions to improve Teach For India’s approach.
    • Predicts and analyzes strength of the program across multiple variables and contexts in a historical time frame

    2. Design

    • Designs tools and systems for multiple time periods, inputs and scenarios to support course correction and adaptations for different users in local contexts
    • Establishes tools and systems to measure ongoing effectiveness of training and curricula resources, support to city teams and collaborates with Curriculum Managers to review strategy
    • Creates the tools and frameworks for holistic impact evaluation on students, Fellow & Alumni development and Staff effectiveness
    • Collates and analyses multiple data sets, across platforms sets to identify current outcomes and hypothesize key levers

    3. Empower

    • Create the resources and experiences to support city leadership and Training team members in understanding, analyzing data and using it to maximize their effectiveness
    • Collaboratively with OE, the Longitudinal Study team and the Communications team, illustrates the impact of the program both internally and externally

    4. Learn

    • Designs reports with every reflective cycle to drive comprehensive evaluation conversations
    • Articulates learnings of best practices, bright spots and captures case studies to store and disseminate impact and scale practice

    Knowledge:

    • Understanding of basic statistical concepts involved in survey design and data analysis
    • Proficient with the use of MS Excel including Pivot Tables and formulae
    • Demonstrated proficiency working with nested functions and also comfortable creating infographics to display his/her analysis and results
    • A working knowledge of VBA is preferred but not essential
    • Basics understanding of how to design and interpret a multivariate regression analysis
    • Proficiency and ease in using platforms like R, state or other data processing and analysis programs

    Competencies:

    • Communicating effectively: Simple and clear written and oral communication
    • Critical Thinking & Problem solving: Ability to analyse data and evidence, ask the right questions and seek root causes
    • Continuous Learning & Reflection: Ability to seek out feedback and reflect on ones own practice
    • Building Relationships and enabling and influencing others towards shared vision and learning
    • Perseverance
    • Creativity and Risk taking

    Values & Mindsets:

    • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education
    • Belief in the Theory of Change and Teach For Indias approach to Leadership Development
    • Belief in people and their ability and willingness to learn and grow

    Education and Experience:

    • Graduate with relevant education and experience in statistics or research

    Associate, Communications (PR and Content Writing)

    National Team - Mumbai

    To lead the Teach For India communications content and drive media awareness and PR for education and the organization. The Communications Associate will be responsible for documenting, capturing and writing Fellowship stories to pitch to the media and to share with an internal audience. This position is critical in shaping the external perception of the Teach For India brand, spreading awareness about the movement and the Fellowship, and inspiring others to join the movement.

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    Associate, Communications (PR and Content Writing)

    Position Summary:
    To lead the Teach For India communications content and drive media awareness and PR for education and the organization. The Communications Associate will be responsible for documenting, capturing and writing Fellowship stories to pitch to the media and to share with an internal audience. This position is critical in shaping the external perception of the Teach For India brand, spreading awareness about the movement and the Fellowship, and inspiring others to join the movement.
     
    Team Overview:
    The Communications team at Teach For India works with external stakeholders for PR and Events and partners with internal teams to create and execute the overall marketing, brand and communication strategies for the organization.  This includes the development of targeted outreach strategies, design, events and materials for a diverse, nationwide audience of current and prospective donors, potential applicants to the Fellowship, new Fellows and staff, current staff and Fellows, the alumni body, the education community and extended networks at large.
     
    Responsibilities:
    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Writing and redefining the content and communication for Teach For India’s website, brochures, reports, and other important documentation
    • Working with the team in creating the Teach For India brand book and guidelines, and training staff and Fellows on communication guidelines.
    • Writing articles for newspapers and digital sites
    • Leading the Teach For India blog
    • Capturing, conceptualising, and writing inspiring stories of classrooms, students, Fellows and Alumni
    • Engaging with media houses to run Teach For India stories
    • To lead the advertising, PR and media initiatives for Teach For India
    • To build brand awareness across relevant mainstream and innovative media spaces

     
    Additional Responsibilities:

    • Achieve media mention targets across publications
    • Engage with external stakeholders and create partnerships and tie-ups for communications
    • Use primary and secondary research towards targeted communications
    • To provide support to the Recruitment Team in the selection of highest quality of candidates for the Fellowship
    • To provide support to the larger Communications team during events and campaigns

     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Excellent communication skills
    • Writing skills and relevant experience

     
    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Creative thinking ability
    • Ability to deliver under pressure
    • Strong on resourcefulness

     
    Education and Experience

    • Graduate/Postgraduate degree
    • Experience in content writing/ journalism

    Graphic Designer

    Communications - Mumbai

    The Graphic Designer will conceptualize and execute campaigns along with the Communications team and design all marketing and communication materials for Teach For India. The Graphic Designer will be responsible for the design of campaigns, events, the website, social media campaigns, merchandise and collateral.

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    Graphic Designer

    Position Summary:

    The Graphic Designer will conceptualize and execute campaigns along with the Communications team and design all marketing and communication materials for Teach For India. The Graphic Designer will be responsible for the design of campaigns, events, the website, social media campaigns, merchandise and collateral.

     

    Team Overview:

    The Communications team at Teach For India works with external stakeholders for PR and Events and partners with internal teams to create and execute the overall marketing, brand and communication strategies for the organization. This includes the development of targeted outreach strategies, design, events and materials for a diverse, nationwide audience of current and prospective donors, potential applicants to the Fellowship, new Fellows and staff, current staff and Fellows, the alumni body, the education community and extended networks at large.

     

    Responsibilities:

    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Conceptualizing and setting the design vision for key events at Teach For India
    • Executing the design strategy and initiatives for Teach For India with a nationwide focus
    • Creatively execute internal and external communication collaterals
    • Ideating and designing print, outdoor, digital and social media campaigns
    • Creative concepts and execution for events and merchandise
    • Building the brand visually across relevant spaces
    • Advocating for Teach For India’s brand
    • Conceptualizing and executing campaigns

    Additional Responsibilities:

    • Vendor management
    • To provide support to the larger Communications team during events and campaigns

    Knowledge and Technical Skills:

    • Complete knowledge of Photoshop and Coreldraw / Illustrator/ Indesign
    • Working knowledge of Flash would be an asset
    • Basic knowledge in video and photography

    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Strong on resourcefulness
    • Highest attention to detail and quality of finish
    • Is organized and is able to deliver under pressure

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Self-motivated

     

    Education and Experience

    • Academic training in Graphic Design, Art or Applied Art
    • A degree in Design with relevant experience in a creative industry will be considered

    Strategic Consultant

    Mumbai

    The Strategic Consultant is a member of the internal coordination committee, set up to guide the five year strategic planning process, and will serve in this role from now until mid-end 2017, taking us through the strategic-planning process as well as the initial period of implementation. 

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    Strategic Consultant

    The Opportunity
    1.      To provide clarity on the direction and long-term possibilities for Teach For India.
    2.      To build greater internal alignment and a sense of community and shared ownership among Teach For India Fellows, Staff, Alumni, board members, and donors. 
    3.      To talk to our end beneficiaries (students, parents, teachers, principals, government officials), to learn from them, and understand their needs. 
    4.      To foster a wide range of conversations and discussions on educational inequity among government, corporate, and civil society members and generate new ideas and build consensus among citizens at large. 
    5.      To provide partners in the Teach For All network (especially those in developing countries) with a concrete example of a process to gain strategic clarity and an output that consists of a systems change strategy. 
     
    Vision
    The Strategic Consultant is a member of the internal coordination committee, set up to guide the five year strategic planning process, and will serve in this role from now until mid-end 2017, taking us through the strategic-planning process as well as the initial period of implementation. This individual will be responsible for the following broad work-streams:
    1. Research and Analysis - This individual will design and manage an extensive research and consultation process involving surveys, focus group discussions, and personal interviews with a wide range of education stakeholders in India and abroad. He/she will lead the analysis of this data, distilling trends, and culling out insights that will inform all the work that follows. 
    2. Coordinating the work of the Planning Committee - This individual will serve as a backbone for the Planning Committee, working with its members individually and collectively to keep them on track and outcome-oriented. He/she will prepare materials and pre-work for committee members, take detailed notes of Planning Committee step-backs and document its deliberations, and disseminate this information in a timely and effective manner within the committee.
    3. Coordinating the transition from the Planning Committee to the Action Committees - This individual will facilitate a smooth transfer of knowledge, information, and process from the Planning Committee to the Action Committees/Task forces that are responsible for operationalizing the strategy laid out by the former.
    4. Liaising with external consultants - This individual will serve as the primary point of contact for external consultants and facilitators and will co-create the agenda for meetings, review progress-to-goal, conduct necessary research (as and when required) and provide feedback on the process.
    5. Managing internal communication - This individual will be responsible for building awareness of progress among internal stakeholders on a regular basis in order to keep people informed as well as build momentum towards the launch of Phase 3 of Teach For India.
     
    Key Knowledge and Competencies
    ●     Understanding of Teach For India's mission and theory of change 
    ●     Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research tools and techniques
    ●     Ability to link research insights to strategy
    ●     Strong project planning and project management skills
    ●     Strong operational skills
    ●     Strong oral and written communication skills
    ●     High level of goal-orientation
    ●     Ability to manage self and time (ability to work under stress with deadlines, etc)
    ●     Ability to interact with senior level experts, government officials, corporate leaders
     
    Education/Experience
    ●     Bachelor's/Master's degree in a field that develops strong quantitative skills and research mindsets
    ●     Previous experience managing and/or participating in a strategic-planning exercise in either a corporate or non-profit
    ●     Previous research experience with surveys, focus groups, interviews.
    ●     Previous teaching/education experience (preferred)

    Consultant, Technology (Web Applications)

    Mumbai

    The Technology Consultant is responsible for ensuring smooth software operations for all technical systems within each vertical of Teach For India. The Consultant is responsible for owning and driving development of web and mobile based applications, from software requirement specification to implementation and delivery across all verticals at Teach For India.

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    Consultant, Technology (Web Applications)

    Position Summary:
    The Technology Consultant is responsible for ensuring smooth software operations for all technical systems within each vertical of Teach For India. The Consultant is responsible for owning and driving development of web and mobile based applications, from software requirement specification to implementation and delivery across all verticals at Teach For India.
     
    Team Overview:
    The Technology team is responsible for providing strategic direction to technology implementations, software solutions and hardware support for all the verticals of Teach For India. It is responsible for projecting software and hardware needs, budgeting, architecting integrated technology solutions, partnering with vendors and providing technology support for systems.
     
    Responsibilities:
    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Drive architecture and design of technical systems across verticals – process flow documents, requirements, architecture definition, enlisting external vendors and maintaining vendor relationships to drive delivery
    • Ensure delivery through all stages of the software development life-cycle by working with vendors and creating the desired software when required
    • Identify and implement the latest software technologies to give the best-in-class user experience for all Teach For India web and mobile tools
    • Design, implement and deliver web applications especially working on the server side logic
    • Drive design and implementation of enterprise applications built on Salesforce.com

    Additional responsibilities:

    • To provide support for assessment centers in the city for selection of highest quality of candidates for the Fellowship.
    • To support Fellows in enabling technical solutions for their classrooms
    • To volunteer in a classroom and support teaching activities at least once in a week.

    Knowledge and Technical Skills:

    • Experience in capturing user and software specification and demonstrated excellence in building strong partner relationships. SRS and RFP documentation skills required
    • Excellent technical and software development skills. Experience of entire software development life cycle preferably agile development methods (e.g Scrum)
    • Experience in server end technologies and programming languages such as  NodeJS (with Express), Apex or Java and MongoDB
    • Platform Experience: Windows, Linux, Unix and Mac OS
    • Cloud computing and web-hosting experience is preferred. Experience with AWS is a plus
    • Experience on Salesforce.com will be preferred but not essential
    • Strong demonstrable interest in R and d3JS will be preferred

    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Strong critical thinking skills
    • Ability to train teams in usage of technology and deliver a high quality user experience
    • Ability to be resourceful, take responsibility and find effective solutions to problems

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Immense sense of possibility
    • Belief that Technology can and will change the way people work today and that the organizations can only grow with Technology as one of its strong pillars

    Education and Experience:
    We believe that reaching our vision demands that we have the best and brightest group of leaders. Here are the minimum qualifications we look for:

    • MS/MTech/ME/BS/BTech/BE or equivalent
    • 1+ years of work experience

    Consultant, Technology (Mobile Applications)

    Mumbai

    The Technology Consultant is responsible for ensuring smooth software operations for all technical systems within each vertical of Teach For India. The Consultant is responsible for owning and driving development of web and mobile based applications, from software requirement specification to implementation and delivery across all verticals at Teach For India.

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    Consultant, Technology (Mobile Applications)

    Position Summary:
    The Technology Consultant is responsible for ensuring smooth software operations for all technical systems within each vertical of Teach For India. The Consultant is responsible for owning and driving development of web and mobile based applications, from software requirement specification to implementation and delivery across all verticals at Teach For India.
     
    Team Overview:
    The Technology team is responsible for providing strategic direction to technology implementations, software solutions and hardware support for all the verticals of Teach For India. It is responsible for projecting software and hardware needs, budgeting, architecting integrated technology solutions, partnering with vendors and providing technology support for systems.
     
    Responsibilities:
    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Drive architecture and design of technical systems across verticals – process flow documents, requirements, architecture definition, enlisting external vendors and maintaining vendor relationships to drive delivery
    • Ensure delivery through all stages of the software development life-cycle by working with vendors and creating the desired software when required
    • Identify and implement the latest software technologies to give the best-in-class user experience for all Teach For India web and mobile tools
    • Design, implement and deliver mobile or mobile responsive applications
    • Drive design and implementation of enterprise applications built on Salesforce.com

    Additional responsibilities:

    • To provide support for assessment centers in the city for selection of highest quality of candidates for the Fellowship.
    • To support Fellows in enabling technical solutions for their classrooms
    • To volunteer in a classroom and support teaching activities at least once in a week.

    Knowledge and Technical Skills:

    • Experience in capturing user and software specification and demonstrated excellence in building strong partner relationships. SRS and RFP documentation skills required
    • Excellent technical and software development skills. Experience of entire software development life cycle preferably agile development methods (e.g Scrum)
    • Experience in mobile technologies such as Hybrid (e.g. ionic), Android or iOS platform (strong any one of these) and working knowledge of MEAN Stack (Mongo, Express, Angular and Node)
    • Platform Experience: Windows, Linux, Unix and Mac OS
    • Cloud computing and web-hosting experience is preferred. Experience with AWS is a plus
    • Experience on Salesforce.com will be preferred but not essential
    • Strong demonstrable interest in Android or Hybrid platforms will be preferred

    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Strong critical thinking skills
    • Ability to train teams in usage of technology and deliver a high quality user experience
    • Ability to be resourceful, take responsibility and find effective solutions to problems

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Immense sense of possibility
    • Belief that Technology can and will change the way people work today and that the organizations can only grow with Technology as one of its strong pillars

    Education and Experience:
    We believe that reaching our vision demands that we have the best and brightest group of leaders. Here are the minimum qualifications we look for:

    • MS/MTech/ME/BS/BTech/BE or equivalent
    • 1+ years of work experience

     

    Associate, Research, Analysis and Coordination (City Operations)

    Mumbai

    Associate – Research, Analysis and Coordination (City Operations) will be responsible for providing analytical and operational support to the Senior Director – City Operations and help him/her deepen and sustain short-term and long-term impact, and meet sustainability goals in Cities that Teach For India operates in. As on 2015, Teach For India operates in seven cities, and this role will be focused on continuous learning and improvement across all the cities.

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    Associate, Research, Analysis and Coordination (City Operations)

    Position Summary:
    Associate – Research, Analysis and Coordination (City Operations) will be responsible for providing analytical and operational support to the Senior Director – City Operations and help him/her deepen and sustain short-term and long-term impact, and meet sustainability goals in Cities that Teach For India operates in. As on 2015, Teach For India operates in seven cities, and this role will be focused on continuous learning and improvement across all the cities.
     
    Responsibilities:
    Primary responsibilities include:
    Analysis and Research:
    1.     Enabling, monitoring and aiding continuous learning of the City Director group by supporting in the analysis and review of City visions and Annual strategic plans, and analysing operational and city specific impact data
    2.     Enabling rigorous analysis of City Progress to Goals and continuous improvement by supporting the Senior Director, City Operations and concerned City Director(s) design stepbacks focused on unearthing strategies that have been effective / have not worked
    3.     Helping review / revisit cities’ and specific national priorities by participating in City Director stepbacks and (jointly with the Senior Director) abstracting individual and collective learning
    4.     Supporting in making city operations related decisions that cut across functions (e.g. – Recruitment, Program and Alumni Impact, Fundraising, Staffing and Retention etc.) by analysing large amounts of data, information and  inputs from different teams
    5.     Continuously exploring avenues for Organisational improvement through research of related theories / analysis of anecdotal evidences
    6.     Participating in specific city wide projects targeted at improving organisational effectiveness / efficiencies in the areas of Strategy, Impact and Operations
     
    Operations:
    7.     Aligning weekly City Director calls to the organisational and collective city priorities by helping the concerned City Director create agenda for the calls on short and medium term bases
    8.     Supporting in active cultivation and maintenance of relationships with external partners/stakeholders. These would include national and city donors, other external stakeholders and organisations, graduate schools and universities, and City Champions.
    9.     Researching and preparing background material for organisational improvement exercises and external presentations in forums such as conferences
     
    Coordination and Communication:
    10.  Managing the Senior Director’s time by:
    a.    Arranging meetings  - internal and external
    b.    Ensuring he/she has correct materials and information for meetings
    c.     Handling emails - primarily external communication threads
    d.    Ensuring follow up of meetings is undertaken, as required
    e.    Ensuring that the Senior Director’s professional commitments are met
     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Strong analytical (strategy review, data/evidence gathering, analysis and interpretation, hypotheses framing and validation) and research capabilities
    • Prioritisation
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Time management & Organisation
    • Background in statistics / econometrics preferred (not mandatory)

     
    Education and Experience:
    We believe that reaching our vision demands that we have the best and brightest group of leaders working to lead our organisation. Here are the minimum qualifications we look for:
    ·      Bachelor’s Degree from any stream
    ·      1-3 years of work experience in data analysis is preferred
     

    Associate, City Development

    City Operations - Mumbai

    The Development Associate has a challenging role of building Teach For India Mumbai into a financially sustainable site. This involves raising money for our operations, building long standing relationships and partnerships. It is also an exciting role of building strong external long term partners and investing them in their role to ensure educational equity in the city. This involves creating a fundraising landscape, and conducting research to determine avenues to create long term partners.

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    Associate, City Development

    Position Summary:

    The Development Associate has the challenging role of building Teach For India Mumbai into a financially sustainable site. This involves raising money for our operations, building long standing relationships and partnerships. It is also an exciting role of building strong external long term partners and investing them in their role to ensure educational equity in the city. This involves creating a fundraising landscape, and conducting research to determine avenues to create long term partners.


    Team Overview:

    The Mumbai city operations team has the exciting and challenging role of driving the Teach For India vision and mission. This involves training and supporting Fellows to have impact in their classrooms, schools and communities, to have impact on themselves and to prepare Fellows for their post Fellowship journey. The team works with various stakeholders in the city of Mumbai like our Alumni, Government, corporates, foundations, NGOs to drive our vision. Mumbai will be entering into its sixth year of operation in 2016 – 17, we will have ~ 220 Fellows, ~ 23 city operations team members and ~ 200 Alumni working in the city.


    Responsibilities:

    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Executes the strategy for raising funds for Mumbai with the Development Manager
    • Responsible for raising a significant portion of the Mumbai budget
    • Conducts prospect research to identify strong partners for Teach For India, creating a fundraising landscape for Mumbai
    • Owns end to end support for partners - proposals, grants, engagement activities, fund utilization reports and renewals
    • Leads donor engagement activities (e.g. – corporate volunteering,  in kind support etc)
    • Invests Fellows and staff to effectively leverage their networks, and support in engaging our partners (through classroom visits and classroom impact reports etc)
    • Leads and executes fundraising events with support from the Development Manager. (eg – Mumbai Marathon)
    • Finds innovative and sustainable ways to create sustainable funding

    Additional responsibilities:

    • Support in other organizational events like Recruitment, Selection, Matriculation or Institute based on interest and skills

    Knowledge and Technical Skills:

    • Strong Excel, Word and Powerpoint skills.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Strong understanding of Teach For India’s vision, mission & theory of change.

    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Critical thinking and problem solving
    • Perseverance and persuasiveness
    • Willingness to learn and open to feedback
    • Investing people & building relations with people, working effectively in a team

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Commitment to Personal Transformation
    • Commitment to Collective Action
    • Commitment to Education Equity

    Education and Experience:

    • 0-2 years of relevant work experience (which includes investing stakeholders, making presentations)
    • Graduate in any stream

    Associate, City Human Resources and External Partnerships

    City Operations - Mumbai

    The City Human Resources Operations Associate ensures effectiveness and efficiency in the team by leading smooth processes, operations and decision making in a large site like Mumbai. He/ sheis one of the few people on the team who will work closely with every single person in the City Operations team (Fellows and staff). This person will work closely on the Fellow lifecycle (Matriculation à Exit formalities). This person will also manage all external partnerships in Mumbai.

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    Associate, City Human Resources and External Partnerships

    Position Summary:
    The City Human Resources Operations Associate ensures effectiveness and efficiency in the team by leading smooth processes, operations and decision making in a large site like Mumbai. He/ sheis one of the few people on the team who will work closely with every single person in the City Operations team (Fellows and staff). This person will work closely on the Fellow lifecycle (Matriculation à Exit formalities). This person will manage all external partnerships in Mumbai (students, Fellows, staff).
     
    Team Overview:
    The Mumbai city operations team has the exciting and challenging role of driving the Teach For India vision and mission. This involves training and supporting Fellows to have impact in their classrooms, schools and communities, to have impact on themselves and to prepare Fellows for their post Fellowship journey. The team works with various stakeholders in the city of Mumbai like our Alumni, Government, corporates, foundations, NGOs to drive our vision. Mumbai will be entering into its sixth year of operation in 2016 – 17, we will have ~ 220 Fellows, ~ 23 city operations team members and ~ 200 Alumni working in the city.
     
    Responsibilities:
    Human Resources, Operations & Strategy
    •       Lead staff hiring in the Mumbai City Operations team, with a focus on the Internal Career Fair (Fellow hiring)
    •       Lead Fellow Matriculation, Onboarding & Induction
    •       Support the City Leadership in building a strong Fellow culture
    •       Own Fellow retention and Fellow compliance with basic expectations. Work closely with Program Managers on this
    •       Analyse data to provide strategic recommendations to the Program Managers
    •       Maintain a high rigour in completion and usage of all processes (leave, attendance, salary, performance tracking)
    •       Organise information for easy access for the team (City calendar, Fellow database etc)
     
    External Partnerships
    ·       Source external partnerships for our students and Fellows, that will help us increase our impact on all children.
    ·       Build relations with external organisations, manage all partnership requests.
    ·       Own the weekly digest/communication to Fellows.
     
    Additional responsibilities:
    ·       Supports in Recruitment, Selection, Matriculation, Institute based on interest and skills.
    ·       Supports in planning and organizing city events like inspirED, mid-year retreats.
     
    Knowledge and Technical Skills
    ·       Strong excel, word and powerpoint skills
    ·       Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    ·       Strong understanding of Teach For India’s vision, mission & theory of change.
    ·       Data Analysis skills
     
    Competencies and Abilities
    ·       Critical thinking and problem solving
    ·       Adaptability & independence (work in unstructured environments with minimal supervision)
    ·       Willingness to learn & open to feedback.
    ·       Organising and planning – setting effective structures for self and team.
     
    Values and Mindsets
    ·       Commitment to Personal Transformation
    ·       Commitment to Collective Action
    ·       Commitment to Educational Equity
    ·       Empathy
     
    Education and Experience
    ·       2 years of relevant work experience (which includes investing stakeholders, setting culture, organising & planning)
    ·       Graduate in any stream

    Associate, City Development and Communications

    City Operations - Pune

    The Development & Communications Associate works directly with the Development team to build Teach For India in Pune into an operation that is enduring, financially sustainable, and visible. The Associate, moreover, works with the Development team to help conduct prospective research for fundraising, to help build enduring relationships, to develop retail partnerships and to assist the team’s efforts in maximizing awareness about Teach For India across online and print media. 

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    Associate, City Development and Communications

    Position Summary:

    The Development & Communications Associate works directly with the Development team to build Teach For India in Pune into an operation that is enduring, financially sustainable, and visible. The Associate, moreover, works with the Development team to help conduct prospective research for fundraising, to help build enduring relationships, to develop retail partnerships and to assist the team’s efforts in maximizing awareness about Teach For India across online and print media.

     

    Team Overview:

    The Pune city operations team has the exciting and challenging role of driving the Teach For India vision and mission. This involves, on the one hand, transforming the lives of the students we serve and bridging the achievement gap with their high-income peers. On the other hand, we must develop a movement of leaders who are working across sectors to solve the educational crisis. And finally, we’re cognizant that our mission demands spreading awareness and building public and private support for our mission, thus ensuring our endurance and ability to fulfill our long-term mission. The team works with various stakeholders in the city of Pune, including Alumni, Government, corporations, foundations, and NGOs to drive this vision. In 2016 – 17, we will have approximately 250 Fellows, more than 30 city operations team members and more than 140 Alumni working in the city.

     

    Responsibility:

    1. Support Funding:

    • Develop funding and resource partnerships with corporates and individuals
    • Continuous engagement with donors to ensure renewals
    • Leading research projects related to various spheres of fund raising
    • Develop retail partnerships
    • Provide support and coordination for key fundraising events

    2. Reporting:

    • Updating Salesforce and creating reports using the tools on Salesforce

    3. Research:

    • Research on prospects and power maps for fund raising - corporates, foundations, HNI
    • Research on events happening within the city to create avenues for partnerships

    4. Communications:

    • Work with social media and print media to create awareness about the education crisis
    • Documentation and videography of Teach For India classrooms
    • Conceptualize and execute digital campaigns and manage social media channels for the Pune chapter
    • Design an external newsletter once a quarter

    Knowledge and Technical skills:

    • Knowledge on the use of Powerpoint, Excel and Word
    • Knowledge of general research tools – Google, linked-in, etc

    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Excellent communication skills
    • Excellent time management skills
    • Excellent Relationship building and networking skills

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically, despite their background.
    • Being proactive and optimistic about the outcomes and keeping the cause at the center of all the work we do.

    Education and Experience:

    • MS/MTech/ME/BS/BTech/BE or equivalent
    • 2+ years of work experience

    Associate, City Alumni Impact

    City Operations - Ahmedabad

    The Alumni Impact Associate drives the Teach For India vision and mission by engaging Alumni, External Stakeholders and other Partners in Ahmedabad. It is an exciting role that is both inward and outward facing. It involves looking for new and creative ways to support our Fellows in finding their place in the post-Fellowship movement and to help the Alumni in Ahmedabad increase their impact.

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    Associate, City Alumni Impact

    Position Summary:

    The Alumni Impact Associate drives the Teach For India vision and mission by engaging Alumni, External Stakeholders and other Partners in Ahmedabad. It is an exciting role that is both inward and outward facing. It involves looking for new and creative ways to support our Fellows in finding their place in the post-Fellowship movement and to help the Alumni in Ahmedabad increase their impact. As this is our first cohort graduating in the city, the Alumni Associate will be instrumental in setting a vision and strategy for our Alumni in the city and then execute this strategy through the next academic year. This person will also be responsible for building the Teach For India brand and create awareness about Educational Inequity in the city through events, stakeholder activities and partnerships.

     

    Team Overview:

    With approximately 90 Fellows and 30 schools in our third year of operations in 2016-17, the Ahmedabad team aims towards establishing the movement in the city. We are looking to involve various stakeholders like our Alumni, Corporates, Foundations and NGOs to drive our mission. The Alumni Impact Associate will work closely with the City Director to create pathways to different sectors in the city for our fellows and lead the alumni chapter in the city by networking and building relationships.

     

    Responsibilities:

    • Conduct interviews and surveys to understand the need of our Fellows and design structures to help with their post Fellowship decisions
    • Actively research and build relations with organizations and individuals in the city to drive our mission
    • Lead events, meetings and communication to Alumni that will engage, inspire and support them to have increased impact
    • Identify, research and set up meetings with prospective organization and partners
    • Lead Awareness and Brand Building Events in the city  
    • Working with the National Alumni Team for a national perspective

    Knowledge, Skills and Mindsets:

    • Strong Researching and Networking Skills
    • Critical & Strategic Thinking
    • Deep understanding of the Teach For India Model
    • Perseverance
    • Excellent Verbal & Written Communication Skills

     Education and Experience:

    • 2 years of relevant work experience
    • Graduate/Post-Graduate

    Perks of working on Ahmedabad team:

    • A gifted copy of Infinite Vision- The story of Dr. V.
    • Passionate, well-connected and a diverse team.
    • Organic Development- A balance of opportunities to look within and outside through the year.
    • A team holiday every six months – We believe in stepping out of the box together to think out of the box and to connect with each other at a deeper level.

    If building something from  scratch excites you, then this role is something you would consider!

    Associate, City Human Resources, Finance and Operations

    City Operations - Chennai

    The HR, Finance & Operations Associate forms the backbone of the Chennai operations, handling key responsibilities in the HR and Finance portfolios for the city. With the city’s operations growing every year, this role is crucial in driving engagement and ensuring scalable systems/processes towards efficient city operations. This role is pivotal to creating, developing and maintaining the Fellow culture in the city. 

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    Associate, City Human Resources, Finance and Operations

    Position Summary:
    The HR, Finance & Operations Associate forms the backbone of the Chennai operations, handling key responsibilities in the HR and Finance portfolios for the city. With the city’s operations growing every year, this role is crucial in driving engagement and ensuring scalable systems/processes towards efficient city operations. This role is pivotal to creating, developing and maintaining the Fellow culture in the city.
     
    Team Overview:
    The Chennai City Operations has the exciting and challenging role of driving Teach For India’s vision and mission in the region. In its fourth year of operations, Teach for India Chennai team had 115 Fellows, 36 schools, 15 staff members and ~35 alumni. The team leads on Fellow Development, training and supporting Fellows to have impact in their classrooms, schools and communities, while simultaneously embarking on their leadership journey over 2 years and beyond. As part of driving towards our vision, the team actively works with various stakeholders in the region including Government, Schools, Teach for India Alumni in the region,  Corporate Organizations, other organizations in the field of Education and related areas.
     
    Responsibilities: 
    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
     
    Human Resources
    ●      Develop a strategy and implementation plan towards a high performance culture in Fellows working with the team of Staff and Fellows in the city.
    ●      Facilitate trainings and discussions in the city around organizational policies and processes to build awareness
    ●      Design a strong Onboarding process for Fellows and Staff in the city
    ●      Thought partner with staff around critical policies like Support Plans, Child Protection and Code of Conduct
    ●      Work with the Admin Assistant to verify Fellow payroll data on a monthly basis for stipend processing
     
    Operations
    ●      Design and implement scalable systems to measure & report critical data for the city. Eg: Fellow and Staff attendance, a key indicator of city culture.
    ●      Own the creation and updation of the City calendar with key dates pertaining to schools, organization and the city.
    ●      Ensure a streamlined Fellow registration process at Institute, up-to-date Fellow records on Sales Force and a smooth exit procedure for staff & Fellows
    •      Work closely with the Admin Assistant to support any logistical requirements for trainings, city conferences and special events like Fellow retreat, School Leaders conference, Donor events, Alumni Induction, etc.
    •      Work with the Admin Assistant to ensure completion of administrative responsibilities like office upkeep and tracking of office expenses.
     
    Culture
    •      Drive overall Engagement in the city through consistent communication in the form of newsletters/mailers
    •      Play a pivotal role in planning and driving a positive culture at city events
     
    Competencies and Skills
    •      Excellent Verbal and written communication skills
    •      Strong collaboration and relationship building skills
    •      High degree of continuous learning
    •      Excellent organizing and planning skills
    •      Ability to work with data to drive decisions
     
    Education and Experience
    •      Bachelor’s Degree (background in HR preferred)
    •      At least 2 years of prior work experience

    Associate, City Development

    City Operations - Hyderabad

    In its basic form, the role is to support fundraising efforts to meet Hyderabad funding target and helping the city site be locally sustainable. However, the role can go much beyond that including looking for creative and new avenues for funding. The Associate will be given a lot of ownership of projects and work allowing for a lot of personal growth and satisfaction. The celebration when a big donor gets converted because of relentless efforts is unparalleled.

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    Associate, City Development

    Position Summary:
    In its basic form, the role is to support fundraising efforts to meet Hyderabad funding target and helping the city site be locally sustainable. However, the role can go much beyond that including looking for creative and new avenues for funding. The Associate will be given a lot of ownership of projects and work allowing for a lot of personal growth and satisfaction. The celebration when a big donor gets converted because of relentless efforts is unparalleled. The Associate needs to be abreast with everything happening in the organization and the education sector as a lot of time is spent in creating and maintaining relationships with external stakeholders. Watch Mridvika talk about Development: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJi5jUa3wlI
     
    Team Overview:
    The Hyderabad city operations team has the exciting and challenging role of driving the Teach For India vision and mission. This involves training and supporting Fellows to have impact in their classrooms, schools and communities, to have impact on themselves and to prepare Fellows for their post Fellowship journey. The team works with various stakeholders in the city of Hyderabad like our Alumni, Government, Corporates, foundations and NGOs to drive our vision. Hyderabad will be beginning its fifth year of operations in 2016 – 2017
    Development is one of the critical backbones of the organization and is responsible for raising funds as the organization is completely dependent on donations in its current form. 
     
    Primary Responsibilities:
    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • The work is divided into 9 work streams by different sources of funding that Teach For India receives. Some of these include Corporates, Foundations, Retail Giving, Online, Events, among others. The Associate will manage 2-3 of these work streams and concentrate on meeting our sub-level targets there
    • When required the Associate will also support the Manager/Directors with additional research as and when required
    • The Associate may also have the opportunity to manage interns working on specific projects under their work stream
    • The Associate will plan and execute fundraisers for the city with the support of the central Development team
    • The Associate will manage all the activities that the funders/ donors would like to roll out within our schools/classrooms with permission from the schools

    Additional Responsibilities:

    • Share the external contacts and connections made with Recruitment, Alumni Impact and Communications teams, who also deal with external stakeholders
    • Might also be required to help during selection of new Fellows and job placements of graduating ones.
    • Volunteering in classrooms is highly recommended to keep in touch with why we do what we do

    Knowledge and Technical Skills:

    • Strong data analysis and presentation abilities
    • Primary and secondary research skills to build funder and donor database
    • Creating reports for donors using Salesforce and Microsoft Office

    Competencies and Abilities:

    • Proficiency in using data to drive decisions: analyzing numbers and trends and critically thinking so as to use data to decide on next steps
    • Excellent critical thinking skills to use data to decide on next steps to build the local strategy for development impact within the city
    • Excellent event,  time management and organizing skills

    Values and Mindsets:

    • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically, despite their background
    • Learned optimism which means a positive explanatory style for failure and ability to operate with growth mindset
    • Willingness to learn
    • Adaptability

    Education and Experience:

    • 1-3 years in a role which required writing proposals and reports i.e. consulting, research, legal, etc.
    • Graduate or Post-graduate in any stream

     

    Assistant, Human Resources

    National Team-Mumbai

    The Assistant, Human Resources will be responsible for supporting the HR team by maintaining various HR related processes for all Teach For India locations across the nation.

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    Assistant, Human Resources

    Position Summary:
    The Assistant, Human Resources will be responsible for supporting the HR team by maintaining various HR related processes for all Teach For India locations across the nation.
     
    Team Overview:
    The National Human Resource Team fuels the growth and success of Teach For India by fostering exceptional, diverse talent for non-teaching staff positions. It is responsible for hiring, orienting, developing, and engaging the best talent pool. The HR team is the driving force of the culture and core values within Teach For India, to create a high performing organization that provides great leadership opportunities. The HR team is committed to building staff members as leaders of the future to fight for educational equity and to establish Teach For India as a career organization.
     
    Responsibilities:
    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • To own and maintain the HR Dashboard.
    • To update and maintain personnel records and all HR MIS.
    • To own and maintain exit formalities.
    • To own and maintain on boarding and joining formalities for new staff
    • To support HR team in the performance management program at Teach For India.
    • To coordinate staff professional development plan.
    • To respond to all employee queries and direct them to relevant functions, where required.
    • To assist with visa formalities for newcomers / Fellows from other countries.
    • To assist in execution of changes in the policies and handbooks as decided by the organization.
    • Support HR team in any other HR initiatives at the central and city level.

     
    Additional Responsibilities:

    • To support Selection with the Fellow selection process.
    • To support matriculation by answering any queries /doubts accepted Fellows may have.

     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Attention to Detail
    • Database management skills
    • Employee Relations experience
    • Strong on integrity , humility and empathy
    • Proficient with MS Excel
    • Ability to multitask
    • Strong Communication skills

     
    Education and Experience
    Education: Graduate
    Preferred Experience: 1 year in Human Resources

    Coach, Firki

    Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru

    The Firki Coach will manage partnerships and be responsible for the design and implementations of trainings with Firki’s partnerships, in all parts of India. 

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    Coach, Firki

    Position Summary:
    The Firki Coach will manage partnerships and be responsible for the design and implementations of trainings with Firki’s partnerships, in all parts of India. The coach will assess the needs of a group of facilitators appointed by the organisation [government and affordable private schools, NGOs] and train them on conducting Professional Learning Communities [PLCs], classroom observations and feedback sessions.
     
    Team Overview:
    The Firki Coach is an essential part of the team and works closely with the Operations and Impact Associate. The Firki team is nestled within Teach for India’s Training and Impact team, and works largely with external implementation partners.
     
    Vision for Firki
    Teach For India’s mission is to create a movement of leaders who will eliminate educational inequity in India. Our vision is a day when all children across India, irrespective of background, attain an excellent education. To this vision, Teach For India launched Firki, an open-source, free, online teacher-training portal which focuses on the why and how of teaching. Over the past year, we have taken steps to understand the needs to teachers, to look at and learn from other initiatives in Teacher Education and have launched the pilot phase of Firki.
    Firki, in partnership with master teachers, pedagogy experts and teacher education programmes aspires be the most effective and accessible route to a high-quality alternative certification for teaching in India. Firki is partnering with a number of prestigious education institutions, leveraging each organisation’s carefully documented expertise in pedagogy and practice to translate, simplify and adapt to meet the needs of a teacher in an under-resourced school. Due to the mandatory requirement of an undergraduate degree in Education for teachers to be certified, Firki will also carry content aligned to the B.Ed curriculum of any esteemed Indian university so as to offer the opportunity of an alternative route to certification (in the longer run) for its users.
     
    Responsibilities:

    • Envision facilitator trainings for the Firki ecosystem, and the implementation in government and affordable private schools
    • Lead the design, implementation and assessment of trainings with external coaches and facilitators
    • In collaboration with the content team, design offline sessions to complement each online course
    • Support coaches and facilitators at implementation sites through group coaching and support, skype or hangout webinars and in-person meetings when needed
    • Document training protocols, PLC manuals and create process documents when needed

     
    Additional responsibilities:

    • Support Firki partnerships and content teams when needed
    • Represent and Advocate at meetings and conferences

     
    Knowledge and Technical Skills

    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills in English, second language a must [Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil or Telugu]
    • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office, and Google Apps
    • Previous experience with LMS or online learning tools [desired]

    Competencies and Abilities

    • Strong people and partnership management skills, so as to effectively oversee partnerships with diverse stakeholder
    • Ability to be resourceful, take responsibility and find effective solutions to problems
    • Entrepreneurial attitude: working independently while also being a team player
    • Strong organisation skills
    • Strong time management skills
    • Ability to maintain a 50% travel schedule

     Values and Mindsets

    • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically, despite their background
    • Strong work ethic and sense of possibility
    • Demonstrated self-starting abilities: able to be resourceful, take responsibility and find effective solutions to problems

     Education and Experience

    • Experience as a teacher and / or teacher trainer essential
    • 3-5 years work experience in the education environment, including facilitating and coaching groups of teachers and school leaders
    • 1-2 years in a leadership role within a previous organisation
    • Previous experience working hard in a deadline-oriented, target-driven environment with respect for process and professionalism

    Course Developer, Firki

    Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru

    The Course Developer coordinates the overall planning, designing, and development of course content and assessments across different strands on the Firki Teacher Training Portal.

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    Course Developer, Firki

    Position Summary:
    The Course Developer coordinates the overall planning, designing, and development of course content and assessments across different strands on the Firki Teacher Training Portal. The role requires a deep understanding of the current state of schooling system in India, a commitment to get under the skin of the user and the ability to create well-written content, which is relevant, and easy-to-consume.
     
    Team Overview:
    This role is nestled within Teach for India’s Training and Impact team and reports to the Project Lead. The Course Developer will work closely with Teach for India’s Training and Impact team, as well as number of external partners, and adapt content to make it relevant for Firki users, ensuring that the spirit/thought behind the resource remains constant.
     
    Vision for Firki
    Teach For India’s mission is to create a movement of leaders who will eliminate educational inequity in India. Our vision is a day when all children across India, irrespective of background, attain an excellent education. To this vision, Teach For India launched Firki, an open-source, free, online teacher-training portal which focuses on the why and how of teaching. Over the past year, we have taken steps to understand the needs to teachers, to look at and learn from other initiatives in Teacher Education and have launched the pilot phase of Firki.
    Firki, in partnership with master teachers, pedagogy experts and teacher education programmes aspires be the most effective and accessible route to a high-quality alternative certification for teaching in India. Firki is partnering with a number of prestigious education institutions, leveraging each organisation’s carefully documented expertise in pedagogy and practice to translate, simplify and adapt to meet the needs of a teacher in an under-resourced school. Due to the mandatory requirement of an undergraduate degree in Education for teachers to be certified, Firki will also carry content aligned to the B.Ed curriculum of any esteemed Indian university so as to offer the opportunity of an alternative route to certification (in the longer run) for its users.
     
    Responsibilities:
    Content Creation

    • Identify and match user needs to appropriate content areas and formats
    • Write compelling courses aimed at K-12 government and affordable private school teachers
    • Re-create the content meant for offline instruction into engaging material for online learning

    Partnerships 

    • Adapt and distil the content from the Training & Impact team and external partners to create relevant and easy-to-understand course material for the core user group of Firki
    • Partner with teacher educators from leading teacher education institutions in India to create content for the B.Ed track on the portal

    User Testing

    • Coordinate with programme teams across cities to identify classrooms where best practices can be captured
    • Continuously test with relevant user group, collect feedback and inform content creation
    • Deliver individual or group instruction to users or make arrangements for instruction with various network partners

    Additional responsibilities:

    • Uploading content bi-weekly on to the learning management system [LMS]
    • Coordinate with technology team and vendors when needed

     
    Knowledge and Technical Skills

    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills in English, second language preferred [Hindi, Marathi, Kanada, Tamil or Telugu]
    • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office, and Google Apps
    • Previous experience with LMS or online learning tools [desired]

     
    Competencies and Abilities

    • Strong people and partnership management skills, so as to effectively oversee partnerships with diverse stakeholder
    • Ability to be resourceful, take responsibility and find effective solutions to problems
    • Entrepreneurial attitude: working independently while also being a team player
    • Strong organisation skills
    • Strong time management skills

     
     Values and Mindsets

    • Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically, despite their background
    • Strong work ethic and sense of possibility
    • Demonstrated self-starting abilities: able to be resourceful, take responsibility and find effective solutions to problems

     
     Education and Experience

    • Experience as a teacher and / or teacher trainer essential
    • 3+ years of relevant work experience, including work with curriculum design and assessment frameworks
    • Previous experience working hard in a deadline-oriented, target-driven environment with respect for process and professionalism

     
     

    Campaign Leader

    Nationwide

    A Campaign Leader is responsible for ensuring that Teach For India finds the most promising future leaders from colleges and corporates to join the Fellowship program. This is a critical and demanding role responsible for setting a vision and strategy for building awareness at an institution.

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    Campaign Leader

    Position Summary:

    A Campaign Leader is responsible for ensuring that Teach For India finds the most promising future leaders from colleges and corporates to join the Fellowship program. This is a critical and demanding role with the individual being responsible for setting a vision and strategy for building awareness at an institution. The ideal candidate will have outstanding communication skills, an ability to build strong relationships, invest individuals to apply for the Fellowship and drive a high-impact strategy. He/she will be the face of Teach For India at a college or corporate, embody Teach For India’s core values and be able to deliver results that will ensure Teach For India continues to fuel the movement that will end educational inequity.

    As a Campaign Leader, you will be the face of Teach For India at your corporate or college from July 1, 2015 to March 1, 2016. You will singularly drive the Teach For India brand at your institution. By planning and executing strategic campaigns at your institution, you will ultimately ensure the best and brightest applicants apply to join the fight for education equity in this country.  This is an unpaid opportunity that allows you to build critical skills.

    Team Overview:       

    The Recruitment Team at Teach For India is responsible for ensuring that the leaders with the best minds and best hearts apply and join the Teach For India Fellowship. To that end, we aim to meet as many promising applicants as possible and inform, inspire, and invest them into our work by sharing three key messages:

    1.      The Fellowship is one of the greatest leadership-development programs in India.

    2.      Our Alumni force is currently spread across sectors around the world fighting to end educational inequity in India.

    3.      This will be the challenge of your life.

    We build the Teach For India brand at colleges and corporates nationwide and internationally, conduct presentations, identify high potential candidates, and conceptualize as well as execute events to raise brand awareness and value. The team is vital to ensure that the vision of Teach For India - One day all children in India will attain an excellent education, is ultimately realized.

    The Recruitment Team consists of 18 full-time staff members and over 200 Campaign Leaders in colleges and corporates across India and the world.

    Responsibilities:

    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Spread awareness about education inequity by planning, organizing and implementing various strategies and events to raise awareness (Example: Teach For India presentations, events, partnering with fests/ CSR events, running stalls, organizing a Teach For India day, etc) in your college or corporate.
    • Build strong relationships with various stakeholders in your institution and act as a point of contact between Teach For India and your institution.
    • Invest and motivate the best leaders at your college or corporate to apply to the Teach For India Fellowship program.  You will constantly refer promising candidates in the organization to the Teach For India Recruitment Team member that you are working with.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Belief that all children deserve an excellent education
    • Exemplify Teach For India’s core values: sense of possibility, teamwork, excellence, integrity, resourcefulness, seva, reflection, and respect and humility
    • Being professional at all times, holding oneself and others to high expectations
    • Independent, self-motivated, and passionate
    • Past leadership experience
    • Excellent communication skills with an ability to motivate and engage large groups as well as individuals
    • Well-networked

    Leadership Development Opportunity:

    Through the Campaign Leader role, you have the potential to build and deepen critical skills:  

    Building Relationships and Influencing Others

    • Work effectively in a team and communicate articulately
    • Understand various perspectives
    • Influence and motivate others

    Reasoning and Strategic Thinking

    • Define opportunities as well as problems and be solution-oriented
    • Idenfity patterns, trends and relationships and root your decisions in data
    • Make decisions effectively and taking ownership of an entire campaign

    Operations and Management

    • Set a vision and drive towards ambitious goals
    • Take initiative, organize, plan and execute projects
    • Share best practices with the larger Campaign Leader team
    • Learn and continuously improve

    Application Process"

    Step 1: Submit your online application form HERE

    Step 2: Personal interview with a Teach For India Recruitment Team member

    Step 3: Induction Program

    For any queries email apply@teachforindia.org

    Intern, Human Resources

    Mumbai

    The Human Resource Team fuels the growth and success of Teach For India by fostering exceptionally mission driven, diverse talent for non-teaching Staff positions.

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    Intern, Human Resources
    Position Summary:

    The Human Resources intern will support Human Resources initiatives and campaigns for Teach For India. The Intern will assist in meeting Teach For India's hiring targets.

    Team Overview:

    The Human Resource Team fuels the growth and success of Teach For India by fostering exceptionally mission driven, diverse talent for non-teaching Staff positions. It is responsible for hiring, orienting, developing, and engaging the staff talent pool. The Human Resources team is committed to building Teach For India as a great place to work by fostering collaboration, high performance and happiness amongst staff members.

    Primary Responsibilities:
    • Support in Hiring activities for full time Staff positions and internships
    • Create a campaign for generating buzz around Teach For India’s staff positions
    • Assist with managing internal Human Resources team site
    • Assist with the Professional Development initiatives
    • Perform analysis of various data and draw meaningful insights
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
    • Excellent spoken and written communication skills
    • Strong time management and organizational skills
    • Proficiency in MS Office (MS Word, Excel, Power Point)
    • Proficiency in Google applications

    Intern, Fellowship Selection

    Mumbai/ Pune

    The Fellowship Selection intern supports the team at all stages of the selection process to ensure we identify only those likely to be successful on the Fellowship and as Alumni, leading us to our vision that one day all children will attain an excellent education. The Fellowship Selection Intern supports in the selection team at different stages by conducting education checks on applicants, helping the team with rescheduling of phone interviews and with various logistics at the Assessment Ce

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    Intern, Fellowship Selection

    Position Summary:
    The Fellowship Selection intern supports the team at all stages of the selection process to ensure we identify only those likely to be successful on the Fellowship and as Alumni, leading us to our vision that one day all children will attain an excellent education. The Fellowship Selection Intern supports in the selection team at different stages by conducting education checks on applicants, helping the team with rescheduling of phone interviews and with various logistics at the Assessment Centre stage. They also help in creating various resources for training.   
     
    Team Overview:
    The Selection Team works relentlessly to help realize our vision that one day all students will attain an excellent education in India. Ultimately, we are driven by two goals: our short term goal of putting students on a different life path and our long term goal of building a strong alumni base to advocate for our students and work to eliminate the educational achievement gap. We identify, from the thousands of applicants who apply to the Fellowship each year, those likely to lead us to both our short and long term goals. We do this through the design of a competency-based selection model and utilization of the skills and experiences of staff, Fellows and Alumni in its implementation.
     
    Responsibilities:

    • Conducting education checks on applicants and updating the same on the system.
    • Helping the team with rescheduling of phone interviews.
    • Helping out with various logistics at the Assessment Centre and helping in creating various resources for training.
    • Making engagement calls to Applicants and helping Applicants sign-up for an Assessment Centre.

     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Excellent time management and organizational skills
    • Comfort with multiple competing deadlines and ability to thrive in high pressure situations
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong critical thinking and data analysis skills; able to draw conclusions and trends from large and diverse qualitative and quantitative data sets
    • Highly proficient in using Excel for data analysis

     
    Education and Experience
    We believe that reaching our vision demands that we have the best and brightest group of leaders working to ensure we reach our vision. Here are the minimum qualifications we look for:

    • Graduate degree

     

    Intern, Development and Alumni Impact

    Mumbai

    The role will be responsible for supporting the National Development team and the Alumni team to develop a better understanding of the Alumni impact story and detail the Alumni Impact. The intern will conduct data analysis, identify gaps in the data, figure out the best way of reaching out to the Alumni across India and the globe and collect data from them. The intern will be given some ownership of projects and work, depending on capability demonstrated, allowing for a lot of personal growth

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    Intern, Development and Alumni Impact

    Position Summary:
    The role will be responsible for supporting the National Development team and the Alumni team to develop a better understanding of the Alumni impact story and detail the Alumni Impact. The intern will conduct data analysis, identify gaps in the data, figure out the best way of reaching out to the Alumni across India and the globe and collect data from them. The intern will be given some ownership of projects and work, depending on capability demonstrated, allowing for a lot of personal growth and satisfaction.
     
    Team Overview:
    The Development team is responsible for raising funds for the operations of Teach For India. Development is one of the critical backbones of the organizations as the organization is completely dependent on donations in its current form. The development team needs to be abreast with everything happening in the organization and the education sector as a lot of time is spent in creating and maintaining relationships with external stakeholders.
    One of our key donors, supports the Alumni costs and is keen to understand, in greater depth, the impact that our Alumni are making across the education landscape. To this end, the development team would like to do a trend analysis of career trajectories of these Alumni pre and post fellowship and we need an intern’s support in gathering and analysing this data.
     
    Responsibilities:

    • Understanding the Alumni data existing within Teach For India and identifying the gaps that need to be filled.
    • Reaching out to the Alumni (through tele-calling, emails, social media) to plug in the data gaps
    • Synthesizing the data collected so that it can be presented in a meaningful manner

     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Strong communication skills
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Willingness to learn
    • Good with numbers and excel
    • Strong time management and organizational skills

     
    Education and Experience
    The minimum qualification that we look for is a Graduate degree

    Intern, Alumni Impact (Career Placements and External Partnerships)

    Mumbai

    The Career Placement and External Partnerships intern helps the Alumni Team to conduct their nationwide External Career Placement Drive through an online Career Portal, drive follow-ups with employers, as well as support us in various database management systems. The intern also assists with monitoring of the Alumni Impact email ID to respond to queries from the various stakeholders of the Career Placement Drive.

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    Intern, Alumni Impact (Career Placements and External Partnerships)

    Position Summary:
    The Career Placement and External Partnerships intern helps the Alumni Team to conduct their nationwide External Career Placement Drive through an online Career Portal, drive follow-ups with employers, as well as support us in various database management systems. The intern also assists with monitoring of the Alumni Impact email ID to respond to queries from the various stakeholders of the Career Placement Drive.
     
    Team Overview:
    Currently, Teach For India has an Alumni network of close to 1100 individuals, 60% of whom are working or studying directly within the education sector to effect the fundamental, long-term changes needed to make our vision a reality. What’s more, in 2016-17, for the first time ever, the number of Alumni (over 1500) will surpass the number of Fellows. These 2 numbers are more than just isolated data points. Taken together, they represent the immense potential of our growing Alumni movement and of our long-term theory of change; a potential that will be unleashed as we move towards Phase 3 in large part through the choices and actions of the Alumni Impact team.
    Additionally, our team is responsible for meeting our ambitious goals of placing our graduating cohort of Fellows in high impact positions through an annual Career Placement Drive.
     
    Responsibilities:
    Primary responsibilities include:

    • Continuously implementing and evaluating all processes and structures existing in the Career Placement Drive Plan 2016.
    • Monitoring the alumnimpact@teachforindia.org ID, granting access requests and responding to queries raised by employers and Fellows.
    • Mitigating any stakeholder issues or concerns raised by following our policy guidelines.
    • Following up with Employers about updating application statuses on the Career Portal.
    • Collaborating with city teams to help with employer outreach and ensure participating organizations are uploading Job Descriptions on the Career Portal.
    • Liaise with the technology team to troubleshoot any tech issues raised by Fellows or Employers.
    • Assisting City Alumni Leads with tracking the status of Fellows.
    • Ensure an overall smooth running of the Career Placement Drive.

     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Strong communication skills
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Willingness to learn
    • Comfort with constantly changing scenarios and a high stress environment
    • Strong time management skills

     
    Education and Experience
    We believe that reaching our vision demands that we have the best and brightest group of leaders working to lead this city. Here are the minimum qualifications we look for:

    • Pursuing/Completed Bachelor’s degree

     

    Intern, Longitudinal Study

    Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad

    He/she will work closely with various stakeholders (Principals, Fellows, other teachers in the school, and students) to administer the end of year assessments and survey to the students. The intern will also be responsible for grading the assessments and student survey, ensuring reliability and integrity of the data collection process.

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    Intern, Longitudinal Study

    Position Summary:

    He/she will work closely with various stakeholders (Principals, Fellows, other teachers in the school, and students) to administer the end of year assessments and survey to the students. The intern will also be responsible for grading the assessments and student survey, ensuring reliability and integrity of the data collection process. Qualified candidates for this position should demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with a large group of primary school students, and basic knowledge of spreadsheet applications (such as MS Excel). The candidate should also be fluent in Hindi or other local language, and be willing to travel to municipal schools within the city.

    Responsibilities:

    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Undergo trainings to understand the scope of the project and various processes:
    o Administering assessments and student survey
    o Grading assessments
    o Data management and collection
    o Tracking student IDs and classroom/school IDs

    • Coordinate with Teach For India Team and school authorities to ensure timely execution of the end of year assessments/survey in target schools.

    • Travel to participating schools to conduct end of year assessments and student survey in classrooms.

    • Grade assessments and student survey as per the rubrics, ensuring reliability and integrity of the data collection process.

    • Transfer assessment and survey data on to easy-to-use MS Excel trackers.
     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Fluency in local language
    Delhi: Hindi
    o Mumbai: Hindi or Marathi
    o Hyderabad: Hindi or Telugu
    • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to influence and motivate team members and project stakeholders to achieve outcomes
    • Adaptable and flexible in working style; willingness to travel within the city
    • Basic knowledge of MS Excel
    • Ability to work with large group of primary school students; classroom management skills (strongly preferred)

    Education and Experience:
    • Student or Graduate
    • Previous experience working in a multicultural environment; sensitive to the diversity of our target population

    Application Deadline: January 30, 2016

    Internship Duration: February 2, 2016 to March 7, 2016

    Intern, Impact

    Mumbai (strongly preferred)

    The impact intern is responsible for helping the impact associate evaluate the effectiveness of our program. You will be helping collect, clean, analyze, and present data for the entire Teach For India ecosystem with the goal of improving the quality of education we’re providing to our students and the leadership training we’re providing to our fellows. You will help identify key levers that are driving our success and potential obstacles we may face in the future. Engaging with key stakehold

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    Intern, Impact

    Position Summary:
    The impact intern is responsible for helping the impact associate evaluate the effectiveness of our program. You will be helping collect, clean, analyze, and present data for the entire Teach For India ecosystem with the goal of improving the quality of education we’re providing to our students and the leadership training we’re providing to our fellows. You will help identify key levers that are driving our success and potential obstacles we may face in the future. Engaging with key stakeholders, the impact intern will build a culture of data driven, reflective practice across city teams and support them in understanding their goals, current outcomes and set priorities by analyzing their data for trends.
     
    Team Overview:
    Teach For India’s Training and Impact team drives efforts to empower and shape leaders who will transform the lives of thousands of students across India and ultimately eliminate educational inequity. We will train hundreds of new teachers at the Summer Institute in Pune. We help equip Fellows with the foundational knowledge, skills and mindsets to become transformational teachers and leaders.
    During the academic year, we will design assessments, curricula, tools and other resources for supporting and developing all Fellows in refining their practice. In 2015-2016, the efforts of the Training and Impact team will reach over 30,000 children in Teach For India classrooms and thousands more through efforts such as InpirED. 
     
    Responsibilities:
    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
     
    Data Analysis

    • Collates and analyses multiple data sets to identify current outcome and hypothesize key levers
    • Analyzes assessment data (historical and current) to identify trends and drive strategic decisions across city and training teams
    • Analyzes data and evidence of fellow development and growth to drive strategic decisions around support and training

     
    Reporting and Learning

    • Collaboratively with other teams to illustrates the impact of the program both internally and externally
    • Designs reports with every reflective cycle to drive comprehensive evaluation conversations.
    • Engages with city teams, members of the Training team and other key stakeholders to deepen their understanding of impact and support them in setting data driven goals and priorities
       

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
    Belief that every single child deserves an excellent education and that every single child has the ability to be successful academically, despite their background.

    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills in English
    • Understanding of basic statistical concepts involved in data analysis (including means, medians, quartiles, standard deviation, )
    •  Proficient with the use of MS Excel including Pivot Tables and formulae (including but not limited to SUMIF, SUMIFS, COUNTIF, COUNT, IFERROR, AVERAGE, QUARTILE, TRANSPOSE, etc.)
    • Demonstrated proficiency working with nested functions and also be comfortable creating infographics to display his/her analysis and results.
    • A working knowledge of VBA is preferred but not essential.
    • Deep understanding of how to analyse data effectively and efficiently

     
    Education and Experience

    • Relevant experience handling data, statistical formula, and designing research

    Intern, Development

    Mumbai

    The Development intern works with the Development team to help conduct prospect research, assist in writing proposals and supporting with the operational work. 

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    Intern, Development

    Position Summary:

     

    The Development intern works with the Development team to help conduct prospect research, assist in writing proposals and supporting with the operational work. 

     

    Team Overview:

     

    The Development team is responsible for raising funds for the operations of Teach For India. Development is one of the critical backbones of the organizations as the organization is completely dependent on donations in its current form. The development team needs to be abreast with everything happening in the organization and the education sector as a lot of time is spent in creating and maintaining relationships with external stakeholders.

     

    The national team also provides tools and support to individual cities and the Expansion team in its fundraising efforts.

     

    The development team is divided into 9 work streams by different sources of funding that Teach For India receives. Some of these include Corporates, Foundations, Individual Giving, Retail Giving, Online, Events, among others.

     

    Responsibilities:

     

    Primary responsibilities include:

     

    •       Prospect research to gather more information about the prospect that helps drive meaningful conversations and estimate giving capacity

    •       Leading research projects on various spheres connected to Development

    •       Assisting Development Managers and Development Assistants with their development work

    •       This is also an opportunity for the intern to gain valuable organizational exposure and experience and as such, the development team is happy to support the candidate’s specific areas of interest in work as far as we can

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

     

    •       Strong communication skills

    •       Strong organizational skills

    •       Willingness to learn

    •       Comfort with constantly changing scenarios and a high stress environment

    •       Strong time management and organizational skills

     

    Education and Experience

     

    ·      Graduate/post graduate degree in any discipline

    Intern, Fellowship Recruitment

    Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata

    The Fellowship Recruitment intern helps the team to conduct events in several colleges and corporates, nationwide and internationally, drive follow-ups with high potential candidates, as well as support us in various Fellowship Recruitment events. The intern also assists all Fellowship Recruitment Managers with data management and analysis to ensure highest returns on all investments.

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    Intern, Fellowship Recruitment

    Position Summary:

    The Fellowship Recruitment intern helps the team to conduct events in several colleges and corporates, nationwide and internationally, drive follow-ups with high potential candidates, as well as support us in various Fellowship Recruitment events. The intern also assists all Fellowship Recruitment Managers with data management and analysis to ensure highest returns on all investments.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Representing Teach For India in various events and fests across colleges, companies and conferences.
    • Leading research projects on various spheres connected to the Fellowship program, Campaign Leader program and the state of education in India.
    • Drafting proposals for collaboration with media and understand media’s role in the Fellowship Recruitment process.
    • Assisting Fellowship Recruitment Managers with applicant follow-ups.
    • Continuously evaluating all processes and structures existing in the Fellowship Recruitment Team and assisting in improving our efforts.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Strong communication skills
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Willingness to learn
    • Comfort with constantly changing scenarios and a high stress environment
    • Strong time management and organizational skills

    Intern, Graphic Design

    National Team - Mumbai

    The Design Intern will assist the lead designer on conceptualizing, designing and executing the visual brand for Teach For India. Deliverables include design of campaigns, brochures, merchandise and collaterals, events, social media and the website.
     
    The internship position is an opportunity for design students/ young professionals to get a sense of how a communications team works to create and develop a strong brand, exposure to different kinds of design projects, and working wi

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    Intern, Graphic Design

    Position Summary:

     

    The Design Intern will assist the lead designer on conceptualizing, designing and executing the visual brand for Teach For India. Deliverables include design of campaigns, brochures, merchandise and collaterals, events, social media and the website.

     

    The internship position is an opportunity for design students/ young professionals to get a sense of how a communications team works to create and develop a strong brand, exposure to different kinds of design projects, and working with the team to get a holistic idea of branding and communications and the powerful role that design plays in communication strategy.

     

    The unique advantage of working on design at Teach For India is the opportunity to work with children and share the beauty of art and design with them, and explore various avenues of design with staff, children, and other stakeholders to collaborate and create something impactful.
     

    Team Overview:

     

    The Communications team at Teach For India works with external stakeholders for PR and Events and partners with internal teams to create and execute the overall marketing, brand and communication strategies for the organization. This includes the development of targeted outreach strategies, design, events and materials for a diverse, nationwide audience of current and prospective donors, potential applicants to the Fellowship, new Fellows and staff, current staff and Fellows, the alumni body, the education community and extended networks at large.

     

    Responsibilities:

    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

     

    • Designing big campaigns around recruitment, donation, staffing etc.
    • Designing brochures, reports, and other materials required by the organization
    • Creating new social media ideas
    • Working with the lead designer on the Teach For India brand re-design and guidelines
    • Assisting on design for videos and photography

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

     

    • Complete knowledge of Photoshop and Coreldraw / Illustrator/ indesign
    • Working knowledge of Flash would be an asset
    • Basic knowledge in video and photography
    • Highest attention to detail and quality of finish
    • Strong on resourcefulness
    • Website and blog design and development

     

    Education and Experience

    Academic training in Graphic Design, Art or Applied Art

    A degree in Design with relevant experience in a creative industry will be considered
     

               

     

    Intern, City Development and Communications

    Pune

    The intern works with the development team to help conduct prospective research for fund raising, develop retail partnerships and assist the team’s efforts in maximizing awareness about Teach For India across online and print media. The intern will also play a critical role in building knowledge and research databases for various government bodies/schemes which can be leveraged for our movement.

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    Intern, City Development and Communications

    Position Summary:

    The intern works with the development team to help conduct prospective research for fund raising, develop retail partnerships and assist the team’s efforts in maximizing awareness about Teach For India across online and print media. The intern will also play a critical role in building knowledge and research databases for various government bodies/schemes which can be leveraged for our movement.

    Team Overview:

    The Pune city operations team has the exciting and challenging role of driving the Teach For India vision and mission. This involves, on the one hand, we must transform the lives of the students we serve and bridge the achievement gap with their high-income peers. On the other hand, we must develop a movement of leaders who are working across sectors to solve the educational crisis. The team works with various stakeholders in the city of Pune like our Alumni, Government, corporates, foundations, NGOs to drive our vision. In 2015 – 16, we will have ~ 220 Fellows, ~ 20 city operations team members and ~ >100 Alumni working in the city.

    Responsibility:

    1)      Funding support:

    o   Leading research projects related to various spheres of fund raising

    o   Developing retail partnerships

    o   Providing support to fund raising events

    2)      Reporting:

    o   Updating sales-force and creating reports using the tools on sales-force

    3)      Research:

    o   Research on prospects and power maps for fund raising

    o   Research on NGO’s working in the same sector

    o   Research on the government and city landscape

    4)      Communications:

    o   Documentation and videography of Teach For India classrooms

    o   Conceptualize and execute digital campaigns and manage social media channels for the Pune chapter

    o   Design an external newsletter once a quarter

    Knowledge, skills and abilities:

    1)      Excellent communication skills

    2)      Knowledge on the use of power-point, excel and word

    3)      Excellent time management skills

    4)      Relationship building and networking skills

    5)      Knowledge of general research tools – Google, linked-in, etc

    Intern, City Human Resources and Operations

    Bengaluru

    The Human Resources and Operations intern will support city initiatives and goals . The Intern will assist in facilitation of the city running smoothly and professional development of staff and fellows.

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    Intern, City Human Resources and Operations

    Team Overview:

    The City Human Resource team takes a bird's eye view of city culture, and facilitates its building and upkeep. It provides lateral input into most city functions and pushes for performance and growth. The operations team completes all summary functions to ensure that the city functions smoothly, including but not restricted to office maintenance, bill payments, vendor partnerships, finance management and reimbursements etc.

     

    Primary Responsibilities:

    ● Keep a check on all policy compliance matters in the city.

    ● Keep a pulse of city culture and in discussion with the City Director, make interventions as and when required.

    ● Assist Managers in the city with conducting LDP(leadership development plan) conversations.

    ● Perform analysis of various data points and draw meaningful insights, for multiple city teams.

    ● Responsible for on-going action items for Administration and Finance.

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    ● Excellent spoken and written communication skills

    ● Strong time management and organizational skills

    ● Proficiency in MS Office (MS Word, Excel, Power Point)

    ● Proficiency in Google applications

    ● Growth oriented mindset

    Intern, City Development

    Ahmedabad

    The main role of the Development Team is to raise funds for Teach For India. Along with raising funds this vertical is also the face of Teach For India to a lot of external high profile stakeholders.  

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    Intern, City Development

    Overview:
    The main role of the Development Team is to raise funds for Teach For India. Along with raising funds this vertical is also the face of Teach For India to a lot of external high profile stakeholders.  The vertical has outlined the following work streams and projects to achieve our short term and long term goals.

    • Raising the awareness of Teach For India and the movement in Ahmedabad.
    • Grants from Foundations/Philanthropic firms
    • Corporate fundraising via multi channels
    • Fund raising events in collaboration with corporations and other organizations (Teach For India Week)
    • Online funding via multiple channels
    • Retail funding modules
    • Government Funding

     
    Responsibilities:
    The role of the intern is to raise awareness about Teach For India and invest Ahmedabad’s citizens in the movement. Funding for the city’s operations can be facilitated once people see our work and are invested in the cause. The Development Intern along with the Vertical head in the city will work to plan and execute fundraising events, research funding leads, find retail partnerships and plan the development strategy for next year.
     
    Roles and Responsibilities:

    • Share feedback and strengthen the Ahmedabad Development Strategy.
    • Conducting preliminary feasibility research on various corporates, high network individuals and foundations.
    • Conducting preliminary feasibility research on retail partnerships
    • Active part of planning & executing events.
    • Speaking and potentially meeting with funders and donors (based on need)
    • Collating leads from Fellows and Staff

    Knowledge and Technical Skills:

    • Strong market research and data analytics skills
    • Natural networking and excellent communication skills
    • Strong time management and organizational skills

     
    Competencies and Abilities

    • Deep understanding of the Teach For India theory of change.

     
    Values and Mindsets

    • High sense of possibility

     
    Education and Experience:

    • Graduate
    • Prior work-experience in fundraising, marketing, strategic planning will be an added advantage