Instructor / Thailand

Curriculum and Instruction Lead


We are seeking a talented Curriculum and Instruction Lead at Generation Thailand to lead the development and delivery of Generation curriculum, and to deliver Generation onboarding and professional development to relevant instructors. The Curriculum and Instruction Lead reports to the Thailand Country Lead and is supported by the Global Curriculum and Instruction Team.

WHY JOIN US
● Work on and be a driving force in an exciting new program in a start-up like environment
● Contribute to an important social mission in Thailand, improving education and employment
opportunities
● Work in a well-supported, international team setting with other Generation teams globally, and
a high caliber team to strengthen your problem-solving skills
● Join an organization that will challenge you and invest in your professional development on an
on-going basis

This position is open for Thailand Citizens and Permanent Residents.
Type of employment: Full-time
Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to iyan.librata@generation.org


To be successful you'll need:

● 5+ years’ experience in the education sector and/or working with educational institutions, both
as a teacher and as a trainer/coach of teachers
● Experience working with educational institutions, and/or have knowledge of current trends in
adult learning, issues and institutions in the skills training landscape
● Experience managing relationships and communicating with diverse stakeholders, such as
training delivery partners, donors or employers
● Creativity and problem-solving skills with a track record of delivering outcomes
● High degree of independence with the ability to also be a team player
● A professional demeanor, excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills and
attention to detail
● Interest in leading community-based programs that span multiple local organizations
● Entrepreneurial and proactive mindset required in the start-up environment to deliver against
targets and seek opportunities for improvement/growth without instruction


What you'll do:

Program design
● Support activity mapping with the global team for new programs in Thailand, working with
employers to surface the technical skills, behaviours and mindsets that should be integrated into
new curriculum
● Liaise with stakeholders to gather inputs needed for curriculum design and obtain feedback as
needed
● Collaborate with Global Curriculum Lead and APAC Curriculum Team in the design process and
subsequent iterations thereof, ensuring content and activities are relevant and appropriate

Instructor onboarding
● Design and customize onboarding agendas and session plans to lead trainings with relevant
instructors
● Facilitate online and/or in-person onboarding for Generation instructors, engaging them in an
adult-appropriate, participatory way
● Collect and evaluate data before, during, and after onboarding and trainings to identify lessons
learned and any additional support for instructors

Instructor professional development & classroom delivery
● Deliver professional development for instructors (e.g., coaching, refresher trainings, classroom
visits, providing evidence-based feedback on observed strengths, areas for improvement and
progress towards development goals)

Program development and improvement
● Identify session design and classroom delivery opportunities, challenges, and lessons learned,
communicating that information to the Global Curriculum & Instruction Team
● Collaborate with Global Curriculum & Instruction Team and local team to resolve programmatic
issues that affect curriculum design, instruction, and program operations

Stakeholder engagement and management
● Support Generation in conversations with employer partners, communicating the value
proposition of Generation’s approach to curriculum and instruction
● Articulate Generation’s methodology for curriculum and instruction to diverse audiences,
including employers, funders, training service providers, or other partners

Team management and professional development
● Develop respective team and individual role briefs and objectives
● Co-develop work plans with major activities and milestones
● Conduct professional development and/or orientation sessions as required for local team
members
● Conduct regular performance reviews in line with pre-agreed expectations and performance
standards
● Provide support where required to ensure activities are completed on time and to agreed
standards as well as to ensure individuals develop both professionally and personally in their
roles
● Manage resource levels (part time / full time) to ensure optimal resource utilization of people
and assets

Others
● Support in aligning program delivery/operations with Generation methodology and standard
operating procedures across the recruitment, training, transition to employment and ROI
collection phases of the methodology
● Support in conducting periodic provider evaluation to ensure quality of Generation programmes
is maintained
● Support in measuring and monitoring the effectiveness of Generation students, mentors and
alumni on an ongoing basis in coordination with the local Ops team.
● Support the reporting of program outcomes to funders and leadership
● Ensure all relevant documentation is completed, up to date and appropriately stored as per
Generation Thailand’s requirements and that all team members are aware of protocols and
standards, if any


About Generation

Worldwide, more than 75 million young people are unemployed. But many employers can’t find people with the skills they need for entry-level jobs. Generation was created in 2014 to help bridge this gap—at speed and scale.

We’re building a skills-training methodology that can serve hundreds of thousands, and eventually millions, of young people a year. And we’re building proof that this training creates real business outcomes for employers, and lasting career impact for trainees—so everyone has the incentive to invest in skills. Our goal is to help our students achieve personal and professional success—and fundamentally change their life trajectories. Generation programs prepare unemployed or underemployed young people, aged 18 to 29, for jobs in four sectors: healthcare, technology, retail/sales, and skilled trades.

Today, Generation is active in fourteen countries with diverse social, economic and labor-market contexts.