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Program Manager at Teach For Viet Nam - Giảng dạy vì Việt Nam

About the job Program Manager at Teach For Viet Nam

REPORT TO: Head of Program

Location: Quang Nam and Dong Thap

Position: Full-time

Teach For Viet Nam


Teach For Viet Nam (TFV) is a young and dynamic organization with the vision that all children in Vietnam will attain an excellent education. We aim to achieve our vision through recruiting and developing a nationwide network of pioneering educators (fellows), who teach and lead with commitment to equity and quality education for all children in Vietnam. During the two years, fellows teach in high need schools and work with underprivileged students and communities. Fellows gain deep local understanding, skills, and expertise to make a positive impact on students, teachers, parents, and communities. They also develop transferable skills and gain unique experiences that set them up to be leaders in education. TFV is in its seventh year of operation and currently placing 17 fellows in Quang Nam and Dong Thap. We aim to have 60 fellows and expand into three regions in the 2024 academic year.


The Program team is responsible for the training and support of Teach For Viet Nam Fellows both before, i.e. preservice training, and during their Fellowship in order to ensure Fellows’ growth and impact as leaders both in the classroom (as measured by student achievement) and beyond. Program Managers at Teach For Viet Nam play a central role in our work, as they are directly in charge of delivering support for Fellows in terms of operation at school and leadership. They serve as leadership coaches for a group of 10-15 Fellows in a specific location, regularly monitoring both community practice and leadership growth through observation-and-coaching cycles, regular check- ins, learning circles and reflection. Program Managers are responsible to train and coach fellows on personal and leadership development. They work with the Curriculum Leader and other teams to ensure fellows deliver the required student and community outcomes. As the first and primary point-of-contact between Fellows and the organization, they are also responsible for cultivating strong and productive relationships and a positive team culture.

Vision, Goals and Strategy
  • Collaborate with a Curriculum Leader to create and effectively execute the strategy for improving teacher effectiveness to achieve ambitious student outcomes

  • Support Fellows in setting long-term goals and benchmarks for their own leadership development and community achievement

  • Collaborate with other teams and community to reflect on progress towards goals, continuous professional development and effectiveness as a team

  • Collaborate with other teams and fellows to implement new initiatives that support the vision.

Program Design
  • Plan, Facilitate and execute learning experiences at pre-service, in-service and leadership development training program and activities for Fellows

Coaching and Management
  • Coach and mentor Fellows by conducting regular team meetings, check-ins and reflections on their personal and leadership development.

  • Build team culture of Fellows and mentor Fellows to help them transition into alumni who are lifelong advocates for educational equity

  • Collaborate with a Curriculum Leader and other Managers to problem solve challenges and share best practices and solutions.

  • Manage Fellows' effectiveness and efficiency

  • Establish a strong relationship between schools, parents and TFV by being the first contact point of principals, school team leaders and parents in need.

Impact Assessment and Solution Development
  • Assess needs of each Fellow and differentiate support

  • Problem solve and develop solutions for challenging personal issues faced by Fellows to help them in developing their personal and leadership competencies.

  • Conduct Fellow satisfaction survey and analyze results

  • Bachelor's degree

  • 2+ years of working experience in training and coaching or learning and development

  • Strong interpersonal and leadership experience, especially running a community development project strongly preferred

  • A deep commitment to education equity – a belief that all children can succeed regardless of their backgrounds

  • Excellent communication skills in Vietnamese and English

  • Outcome-oriented, value-based and motivated by meeting ambitious deadlines

  • Ability to analyze and synthesize data

  • Strong organizational, prioritization, project management, collaborative and communications skills

  • Emotional intelligence, effective relationship and trust building and teamwork

  • A learning orientation – commitment to learning and development and openness to feedback

  • Deep knowledge of effective teaching practices is preferred

  • Exemplify Teach For Viet Nam’s core values: Sense of Possibility, Constant Learning, Globally Informed, Locally Rooted, Diversity & Inclusiveness, Interdependence

Benefits and Salary
  • Competitive salary

  • Comprehensive insurance benefits according to Labor law

  • Paid leave based on levels and other benefits according to company's policy

  • Training and development opportunities within the global network of Teach For All

  • Opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children

How to Apply

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