Alumni Facilitator


  • Date Posted:
  • Region: Global
  • Country: Global
  • Job Type: Consultant


Eurasia Foundation (EF) is accepting applications for an Alumni Facilitator to facilitate virtual learning and networking among a cohort of teacher activists and civil society leaders and respond to the need for educational advocacy among teachers in restrictive environments. The Alumni Facilitator will help CSO leaders and educational activists to identify and weigh alternate solutions to educational issues while enabling them to sustain and advance their advocacy campaigns. EF will fill this position with a self-motivator and someone with a keen attention to detail.


Design content and workshop/course structure with the aim of creating an engaging and practical online learning environment for remote educators;

Determine weekly topics and subtopics and learning goals for each week;

Include real-life examples and case studies to effectively facilitate learning;

Develop weekly content, including activities, main readings, forum discussions and weekly assignments that will achieve the course’s desired learning outcomes;

Provide clear assignment policies, expectations, and due dates;

Work with the program staff to revise the content as necessary, to ensure that content is clear, technically accurate, and engaging.

Further information about curriculum design expectations will be discussed during the interview process. 


Master’s degree or equivalent in education, social sciences, management, or a related area required; Combination of education and years of experience is an acceptable substitute. 


Extensive experience and background in professional training, advanced knowledge in educational advocacy as well as supporting advocacy training projects. Experience with developing online learning pedagogy, particularly towards practical social learning, networking, and inclusivity. 


Ideal candidates have relevant working experience in Farsi-speaking countries; Fluency in written and spoken Farsi/Dari is a plus.