A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development, working together in hope, for the welfare of the people of the country.
To manage and oversee the Language and Culture Program (LCP) of the organization countrywide, and to help team members and other expatriates to learn the language and culture. The work will include liaising with area LCP administrators, supporting LCP students and staff, and managing the LCP planning, reporting, budgeting and statistics. S/He will ensure the development and production of material for language learning and cultural orientation together with LCP consultant and teachers, organize initial and on-going teacher training, organize Orientation Courses, select new staff as needed, and ensure security and safety measures are carried out in accordance with policies.
This person will have a willingness to learn a local language. It is recommended that s/he will have training in language learning methods (GPA included). S/He will have good administrative and organisational skills and leadership and management abilities, S/He needs a good command of English, and experience in language teaching is desirable.
*Australian citizens and/or residents only