The Maintenance Manager is responsible for the ongoing repairs and maintenance of ALA’s buildings, facilities and grounds. The position is responsible for managing the maintenance team, overseeing campus construction projects and liaising with external contractors.
The School Nurse caters to the health needs of students and staff members at ALA. The position reports to the Head of Pastoral Care within the Health and Wellness Team.
ALA Fellowships are two-year posts for young professionals who have completed their undergraduate studies within the past five years. ALA Fellows work closely with talented and passionate students from across the African continent. Fellows participate actively in student life as coaches and faculty members in our unique curricula in entreprenurial leadership and African studies. They also oversee extracurricular activities, serve as resident advisors and teach courses in academic subjects of interest.
The Finance Manager oversees the services of the Finance Department to the entire organization, addressing any issues and providing the relevant information to meet external and internal demands. These services may include, but are not limited to: budget setting, reporting and control, income management, financial reporting and annual accounts preparation.
The Admissions Associate will be responsible for leading African Leadership Academy’s (ALA) recruitment strategy in Francophone Africa. This is achieved primarily through developing and maintaining relationships with schools and youth groups in Francophone Africa in collaboration with our Marketing and Communications team.
The “Search & Selection” Program Manager position, is a focused marketing, brand building and partner brokering role that also has to manage the delivery of youth learning outcomes through the search process for all applicants and stakeholders.
Application Readers at African Leadership Academy (ALA) will engage in an exciting talent identification process involving ambitious 16 to 19 year olds from across Africa. Readers will be responsible for reviewing applications submitted to our flagship two-year pre-university program.
African Leadership Foundation (ALF) is a US-based non-profit organization that seeks to develop young leaders and entrepreneurs for the African continent. Currently we carry out this mission by supporting the establishment and growth of African Leadership Academy (ALA), a pan-African institution that seeks to transform Africa by developing the next generation of African leaders.
The primary responsibilities of the Graduate and Chapters Program Coordinator are to lead and enhance the ALA Graduate Program in the United States and to expand the ALA Chapter system.
The Alumni Affairs Coordinator supports the Alumni Relations function within the Lifelong Engagement department by managing and maintaining an effective alumni network. The position reports into the Director of Lifelong Engagement within the Strategic Relations Team.
The ALA Fellowship is a 12 – 24 month opportunity for recent university graduates and young professionals with a demonstrated passion for leadership, entrepreneurship and Africa.
African Leadership Academy seeks to appoint a highly experienced, senior humanities teacher to its faculty in July 2014 as Head of Humanities. This is an exceptional opportunity for an innovative teacher and outstanding leader with a demonstrated passion for Africa and a commitment to preparing leaders for the 21st century.