We are seeking a Global ReGeneration Lead to manage global efforts to train mid-career workers seeking employment due to displacement or re-entry to the workforce. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter by email to email@example.com with ‘Global ReGeneration Lead” in the subject line. Please apply by February 15th.
The Global ReGeneration Lead will report directly to the Global Director of Learner Engagement. This is a remote role with up to 50% travel, with strong preference for the role to be based in either the US or Europe (UK or Spain preferred). The Global ReGeneration Lead will be the primary point of contact for programming related to adult learners in the US, Spain, UK, and Singapore, serving as a subject matter expert, project manager and facilitator of a community of practice. The Global ReGeneration Lead’s primary function is to support country teams in designing and implementing interventions to better serve adult learners throughout the program, monitoring results of interventions and program outcomes and codifying learnings for internal and external knowledge sharing.
To be successful you'll need:
You have exceptional leadership, project management and problem-solving skills and are energized at the thought of leveraging your expertise in adult education to enable country teams to better serve adult learners. You are passionate about helping mid-career workers who may be transitioning to new industry / profession under challenging circumstances. You know how to build systems and processes to sustain long-term impact. You have a knack for ‘getting things done’ and don’t mind rolling up your sleeves to get your hands dirty. You’ve considered working remotely at a startup and welcome roles with high levels of ownership.
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Minimum 3-5 years in operational / strategic role focused on adult education or training, ideally with experience in vocational education / workforce skills development
- Ideal candidate will have expertise in current trends in adult learning, issues and the players in the skills training landscape
- Strong project management skills, managing many stakeholders and workflows on a tight timeline
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills with high attention to level of detail
- Success building and managing collaborative relationships
- Fluency in English
- Exposure to diverse country contexts
- Fluency in additional languages beyond English
- Clear and innovative vision to training adult learners and helping Generation to expand our program to serve mid-career workers
- Excited by the idea of working in a fast-moving global environment, balancing the opportunity to engage in a wide range of work with the necessary adaptability and flexibility to do so
- Proactive collaborator, willing to propose solutions and ideas to challenges based on expertise, debate their merits, and make final recommendations
- Self-reflective and open to receiving and giving frequent feedback
- High degree of independence and experience with self-management, takes ownership for targets and seeks opportunities for improvement / growth of the program without guidance
- A positive, solutions-oriented attitude, drive for excellence, and ability to be a team player
- An entrepreneurial spirit, embracing the opportunity for creativity and hard work inherent in a startup
- Ability to comfortably navigate new technologies
- Data-driven approach in presenting/influencing and informing decisions
What you'll do:
- Support country teams in shaping the Global ReGeneration learning agenda through the design and implementation of interventions
- Identifying best practices for serving adult learners, leveraging internal learnings to date and expertise from the field
- Working with country operational leads to co-develop targeted interventions throughout the learner journey, including during screening, training, mentorship/coaching and placement on the job
- Identify resource needs to successfully deliver interventions
- Problem solve with Generation leadership and country operational leads on how to refine design of interventions and/or implementation on the ground to continuously improve outcomes
- Facilitating monthly check-ins with staff to measure progress toward goals and identify priority areas of support
- Design process for and manage data collection to measure and articulate success for ReGen learners and programs around the world
- Align with country operational leads on how / what we will measure and how we will articulate success
- Understand how we track data today and create new global processes for how we collect, store and manage data
- Analyze outcomes and trends (current and past performance) to inform operational practices
- Distill learnings and create ways to share knowledge internally and externally for the adult learner ecosystem at large
- Report out on outcomes to global and country leadership at a regular cadence
- Share learnings across country teams and establish a community of practice through publication of material on internal knowledge database, hosting learning calls / discussions, and managing community forums
- Collaborate with Generation leadership to author a report on serving adult learners for global publication in 2020
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 twelve countries—101 cities and 280 sites—with diverse social, economic and labor-market contexts.