Member Job Board

A wide-range of employment opportunities exist at our member organizations. Find the job in our dynamically growing, integrated network that’s right for you.

Positions on this page include: Director of Finance with Angaza Designs, Campaign Director, Program Director, & Communications Director with Shine, Research Scientist at Humboldt State University, Policy and Finance Manager & Skills and Tech Manager with CLEAN, a number of positions with Off-Grid Electric, Director of East Africa Operations with Angaza Designs.

Director of Finance, Angaza Designs, San Francisco, California

Angaza is a venture-backed company that is tackling global energy poverty by enabling financing of solar solutions for off-grid consumers. We have developed a mix of hardware and software for some of the most demanding and dynamic markets in the world. We are for-profit, based in San Francisco, California and Nairobi, Kenya, and focused on aiming market forces at the linked challenges of climate change and global development.

You will be Angaza’s first in-house finance hire, and therefore the go-to person for all-things financial at Angaza. This means you must be willing to take on a range of responsibilities and projects that are both tactical and strategic in nature. A typical day may involve routine accounting and tax compliance, or a strategic pricing review and report-out to investors. You will be proactive about identifying and executing improvements to Angaza’s finance processes to keep them robust as we rapidly scale. You will work cross-functionally on a regular basis; in addition to frequent interaction with Angaza’s senior management, you will provide significant support to HR, marketing, and sales operations. This role reports directly to Angaza’s CEO.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Review and implement GAAP compliant accounting and billing systems
  • Manage day-to-day company accounting e.g., payroll, bank reconciliations, A/R, A/P
  • Build, update, and oversee company budget and drive growth decisions accordingly
  • Prepare and present management accounts (P&L, balance sheet, cash flow) to enable data-driven decision making throughout the company
  • Perform financial forecasting and modeling, including strategic pricing reviews, unit economics analyses, and fulfillment of ad hoc requests for the Board and/or fundraising due diligence
  • Ensure financial and legal compliance
  • Perform vendor price review and negotiation
  • Work closely with sales to set revenue targets and calculate commissions
  • Proactively identify opportunities for finance process improvement and implement those changes

Qualifications:

  • BA/BS in business, finance, economics, or related field; graduate degree a plus
  • 4+ years of experience; startup experience a plus
  • Accounting expertise; Quickbooks Online experience a plus
  • Experience creating and maintaining a budget
  • Expertise in financial modeling
  • Exceptional financial, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Self-motivated and comfortable working independently
  • Have strong business intuition
  • Exhibit exemplary follow-through and organization
  • Are focused on process optimization and increased efficiency
  • Have strong quantitative, communication, problem-solving, and project management skills
  • Thrive in fast-paced, dynamic work environments
  • Exemplify Angaza’s key values: impact-driven, empathetic, courageous, trustworthy, curious, and collaborative

Interested candidates should email a resume and detailed cover letter to careers@angaza.com with the subject line “Director of Finance – YOURNAME.” Applications will be considered as they’re received. For more information, please visit https://www.angaza.com/jobs/director-of-finance/.

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Campaign Director, Shine: Investing in Energy Access for All, Various Locations, Often Remote

Shine is an independent global campaign dedicated to ending energy poverty and unlocking investment for energy access. Partners from the faith, development, and philanthropic sectors are mobilizing new forms of capital, scaling resources, and generating momentum to achieve universal access to clean, affordable, and reliable energy by 2030 – one of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The Shine Campaign Director is responsible for the day-to-day management and activities of the campaign, including those listed below. This position will work to implement the campaign strategy directly with Shine leadership and manage the interface with the governance committees and leadership council. The Director will be expected to represent Shine at major energy, climate, development, faith and finance events

Responsibilities Include:

  • Coordinate all campaign activities, including staff management, communications, fundraising, financial planning, strategic planning, stakeholder management and others
  • Manage campaign staff, including the Director of Communications and External Partnerships and Program Director
  • Work closely with the steering committee to develop campaign strategy and to plan its implementation while serving as the committee’s main point of contact with campaign staff
  • Oversee and play an active role in external communications efforts, in conjunction with the Director of Communications and External Partnerships
  • Drive outreach to secure new commitments to invest in ending energy poverty, in the form of investments, grants and technical assistance by campaign partners
  • Cultivate, maintain and manage relationships with funders and partners, in conjunction with the Director of Communications and External Partnerships
  • With the steering committee, develop ambitious yet achievable benchmarks for success of the campaign; with the Director of Communications and External Partnerships, develop plans for communicating about these benchmarks to advance awareness of the campaign
  • Support the completion of all relevant financial and grant reporting requirements
  • Additional activities as determined by the steering and executive committees

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and at least 7 years of experience working on global clean energy access
  • At least 5 years of demonstrated experience designing and delivering comparable campaigns
  • Demonstrated ability to fund-raise and develop clear and effective campaign strategy
  • Ability to provide investors with a responsible, high-level overview of campaign investment strategies and impact
  • Demonstrated success in building, cultivating and stewarding new relationships with top tier funders, investors and organizations to lead to measurable results
  • Experience with a wide range of campaign approaches
  • Experience working in and strong relationships in the Global South
  • Ability to take initiative and execute projects with minimal oversight
  • Strong understanding of the role of philanthropy, business, government, faith, and civil society to deliver clean energy access outcomes
  • Commitment to the mission of ending energy poverty by 2030
  • Exceptional communications, management, relationship building, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong budgeting and financial planning abilities
  • Experience with development organizations a plus
  • Exceptional communicator, Extremely well-organized, detail-oriented and analytical, Flexible and collaborative, Strong relationship builder, Sense of humour

APPLY NOW: Submit a resume and a cover letter to Simran.vazirani@arabellaadvisors.com. Deadline to apply is August 4th, 2017. For more information, click here.

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Program Director of Policy and Finance, Shine: Investing in Energy Access to All, Various Locations, Often Remote

Shine is an independent global campaign dedicated to ending energy poverty and unlocking investment for energy access. Partners from the faith, development, and philanthropic sectors are mobilizing new forms of capital, scaling resources, and generating momentum to achieve universal access to clean, affordable, and reliable energy by 2030 – one of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The Program Director of Policy and Finance is responsible for implementing the key strategies of Shine. In partnership with the Campaign Director, the Program Director will develop the campaign’s infrastructure and build a robust community of practice among its partners. The Program Director will manage high-level working groups in finance and advocacy while engaging campaign partners to make ambitious and sustained commitments to energy access.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Work in partnership with Campaign Director and working groups to implement key Shine strategies.
  • Work with individual campaign partners to support and scale their commitments in programs, grants, and investments in energy access.
  • Develop a robust community of practice among partners and stakeholders, and manage highlevel committees of experts in finance, advocacy, and field building.
  • Track existing research on financing needs and opportunities to achieve universal energy access. Help identify barriers to success and guide the Shine finance committee to scale solutions accordingly.
  • Track critical trends in policies of key international and national actors. Develop and manage the Shine advocacy committee, working with key partners to advance advocacy principles and strategies.
  • Develop educational materials, briefs on best practices, and resources for the finance and advocacy functions for the campaign, in partnership with the Communications Director.
  • Support the Campaign Director in fulfilling any financial and grant reporting requirements.
  • Additional activities as determined by the Campaign Director.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred
  • Excellent facilitation, technical and communications skills
  • 5 years of experience in a role with programming and administrative responsibilities in a comparable issue area
  • Experience working in the energy access and/or development sectors, especially in the Global South
  • Demonstrated knowledge of clean energy access and global development issues
  • Literacy in finance and familiarity with impact investing world
  • Proven experience recruiting participants and managing participant engagement for campaigns
  • Proven experience handling administrative responsibilities in a lean environment
  • Experience managing financial reporting systems
  • Exceptional ability to manage time and tasks with attention to detail
  • Ability to take initiative and execute projects with minimal oversight
  • Commitment to the mission of ending energy poverty by 2030
  • Experience with development organizations a plus
  • Exceptional communicator, Extremely well-organized, detail-oriented and analytical, Flexible and collaborative, Sense of humour

APPLY NOW: Submit a resume and a cover letter to Simran.vazirani@arabellaadvisors.com. Deadline to apply is August 4th, 2017. For more information, click here.

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Director of Communications and External Partnerships, Shine: Investing in Energy Access for All, Various Locations, Often Remote

Shine is an independent global campaign dedicated to ending energy poverty and unlocking investment for energy access. Partners from the faith, development, and philanthropic sectors are mobilizing new forms of capital, scaling resources, and generating momentum to achieve universal access to clean, affordable, and reliable energy by 2030 – one of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The Director of Communications and External Partnerships is responsible for working closely with the Campaign Director and Program Director to develop, implement and execute the Shine communications and to influence campaign strategy. This position will report to the Campaign Director and will work directly with key Shine leadership and partner groups.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Design, facilitate and drive overall communications strategy that support goals and objectives of the Shine campaign
  • Ensure alignment of campaign communications objectives with Shine’s overarching strategy and mission
  • Lead external communications and partnership recruitment/development efforts, in conjunction with the Campaign Director
  • Create communications and marketing content and collateral for the Shine campaign
  • Identify top decision-makers on finance for energy access – and create communications strategies to reach and move them – while tracking impact
  • Help shift the energy access narrative from one of poverty to one of opportunity in which energy access can help transform the lives of those usually left behind.
  • Create and nurture a new network of energy access communications directors to coordinate communications activities, hone shared messaging and amplify new narrative
  • Create Shine ‘ambassador’ program to mobilize high-profile spokespeople in service of Shine’s strategy – via public-facing and private interventions
  • Draft timely and tailored key messaging for each ‘ambassador’
  • Place bespoke op-eds for Shine ‘ambassadors’ in high-profile international and regional media outlets – timed to coincide with pivotal energy access and finance moments
  • Curate and share compelling storytelling [vibrant film combined with lush photography and sharp copywriting] to raise awareness of the energy access work campaign partners are doing in the field
  • Target messaging to help influence the key decision makers at high-level political and financefocused events
  • Capture and effectively share partner stories of success
  • Support activities of Shine’s communications and outreach committee
  • Support the communications work of the committees and campaign partners
  • Work with the Campaign Director to recruit new partners to the campaign
  • Cultivate, maintain and manage relationships with partners, in conjunction with the Campaign Director
  • Develop and deliver a partnership engagement plan including strategic goals and targets
  • Create and support the network of Shine partners, ensuring that these receive regular updates on Shine’s progress, recognition for their efforts, and the resources and coaching they need to enroll new partners in the campaign
  • Support the advocacy agenda of the campaign and its partners
  • Additional activities as determined by the Campaign Director

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • 10 years of experience in relevant non-profit, advocacy or political communications in a senior management role
  • Proven experience designing and executing communications branding and messaging strategy for comparable energy, climate change, development or humanitarian campaigns
  • Demonstrated ability to conceive and deliver collaborative advertising campaigns and communications vehicles
  • Demonstrated experience and leadership in managing a comprehensive communications or marketing program/campaign to advance a climate-related cause that shapes policy and produces tangible action [CO2 emissions reductions, etc.]
  • Proven experience recruiting participants and managing participant engagement for campaigns
  • Experience working in or with communities in the both Global North and South
  • Strong understanding of relevant print and social media platforms used by the global clean energy access, finance and development sectors
  • Demonstrated skills in proactively building relationships with top-tier funders and organizations, and successfully positioning projects or services to achieve intended results
  • Ability to take initiative and execute projects with minimal oversight
  • Commitment to the mission of ending energy poverty by 2030
  • Experience with development organizations a plus
  • Exceptional communicator, Extremely well-organized, detail-oriented and analytical, Flexible and collaborative, Strong relationship builder, Sense of humour

APPLY NOW: Submit a resume and a cover letter to Simran.vazirani@arabellaadvisors.com. Deadline to apply is August 4th, 2017. For more information, click here.

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Research Scientist or Policy Specialist, Schatz Energy Research Center, Humboldt State University

The Schatz Energy Research Center (SERC) at Humboldt State University is pleased to announce a vacancy for a Ph.D.-level research scientist or policy specialist with expertise in energy access in contexts such as sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and/or Latin America. SERC was established in 1989, and it has a dynamic team of over 30 members who are focused on research and projects related to clean and renewable energy. For the past decade, SERC has played a leading role in initiatives aimed at increasing access to energy for low-income people in off-grid areas through programs such as Lighting Global and interdisciplinary research efforts in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia covering technical, policy, market, socio-economic, and human dimensions of energy access.

The successful candidate will receive a full-time, fully benefited appointment at the Schatz Energy Research Center, which is based in Arcata, California, USA.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Participate in ongoing project activities related to energy access, such as the Lighting Global Quality Assurance program and research related to adoption of off-grid solar products by rural energy users in sub Saharan Africa and South Asia.
  • Build a research/project portfolio related to energy access, working in collaboration with SERC’s directors, faculty associates, professional staff, and students. This will involve playing a leadership role in the conceptualization and development of proposals for grants and contracts related to energy access and clean energy.
  • Manage and/or serve as principal investigator on one or more research projects, working closely with SERC’s directors, faculty associates, and professional staff.
  • Supervise research staff and students as part of project management duties.
  • Travel internationally to participate in meetings and field research activities. The position may also involve domestic travel (e.g. to Washington DC) to meet with program partners.

Qualifications:

  • Eligible candidates must have a Ph.D. or an equivalent terminal degree in an appropriate field of study at the time of appointment or within three months of the appointment start date. Candidates will have expertise in one or more technical, policy, and/or social science field(s) and meaningful prior research experience related to energy access. Candidates with an interdisciplinary background and experience working productively with a multi-disciplinary team are desirable.
  • Prior research experience should include fieldwork related to energy access in one or more region(s) of interest to SERC, project development and grant writing, publications, and collaboration with partners.
  • The successful candidate should have strong communication, research, problem solving, critical thinking, and project management skills.
  • She or he should be highly motivated and self-directed and should work effectively with colleagues and external partners in a collaborative team setting.
  • Candidates should have excellent writing and editorial skills and experience with standard computer software applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel.

Desirable Qualifications (Not required for application):

  • Experience with social science theory and methods relevant to energy access and international development
  • Technical and/or policy skills in one or more fields related to renewable and efficient energy systems, such as solar energy, energy efficiency, electric power, off-grid energy systems, laboratory testing, standards related to product quality/performance, and others
  • Policy and/or business experience related to deployment of products and services related to energy access
  • Foreign language proficiency relevant to fieldwork in key regions of interest; French language proficiency is of particular interest
  • Data science and statistical analysis experience using R, SQL, Matlab and/or similar computational tools

APPLY NOW: To submit your application, please send (i) a letter of application, (ii) a curriculum vitae, (iii) a one-page research statement, (iv) a list of three professional references, and (v) an HSU SPF Employee Information Form for Applicants to the Schatz Energy Research Center, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA 95521 or via email to serc@humboldt.edu. To receive more information about this opportunity, please click here. Application deadline is August 18th, 2017. 

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Manager – Policy & Finance, Clean Energy Access Network (CLEAN), New Delhi, India

The Decentralised Renewable Energy (DRE) sector is now almost a decade old in India, and in the last few years has seen a significant growth with better technology, finance and consumer awareness. Policy support for the DRE sector is still in its nascent stages, with a mini-grid policy and application-wise support such as for solar pumps being taken up by both MNRE and State Nodal Agencies. CLEAN’s recognition as the formal off-grid association by MNRE provides a unique advantage to drive a comprehensive and coherent policy strategy for the DRE sector, thus, ensuring that it becomes mainstream. To realise the full potential of DRE, replication and scale are critical. Access to low-cost finance and leveraging innovative financial instruments are key to the success of the DRE sector. One of the CLEAN’s core thrust area is to drive a comprehensive and coherent financial strategy for the DRE sector that involves a steady transition towards greater resource mobilisation from the private sector

Responsibilities Include:

Strategize, Plan and Evaluate:

  • Take ownership and responsibility of the CLEAN’s efforts with regards to Policy and Finance work streams
  • Develop the annual and long-term strategic plans for the above mentioned verticals of CLEAN’s work
  • Strategize and guide policy and financial analysis to better understand the sector’s needs and challenges, develop key programmes and solutions to address the challenges and garner support from financiers and Government stakeholders to facilitate implementation and policy change
  • Create the quarterly and annual budgets for the above mentioned two verticals, and provide clarity around longer term budget requirements
  • Monitor and evaluate performance against key indicators outlined for the two verticals and regularly report on progress towards achievement of outputs and outcomes

Engage and Coordinate:

  • Engage at a strategic level with the relevant Ministries, Regulators, and Government Institutions to represent the off-grid sector and explore opportunities for convergence of projects and goals
  • Guide CLEAN’s engagement strategy with policy-makers, financiers, practitioners and key stakeholders, based on inputs from members and other decentralized energy practitioners
  • Coordinate and guide CLEAN’s strategic efforts to engage with other institutions involved in financial innovations and funding
  • Supervise the work of team members to ensure timely completion of deliverables and activities

Outreach:

  • Prepare proposals and interact with funders to generate funds that will support the activities of the team
  • Represent the organization in external events and forums, contribute to written reports, articles and online media
  • Strategize and lead CLEAN outreach activities

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 8 years of work experience in the field of policy and finance, with at least 3 years of relevant experience in the energy access sector, particularly in roles involving interactions with Policy makers and financiers, while leading teams and projects in the fields of public policy, research, finance, or advocacy
  • Master’s in Public Policy/ Economics/Development Studies/Social Sciences or related subject
  • Relevant experience in contributing towards institution development would be highly desirable
  • Strong interest and understanding of the Energy Access sector in India, along with the key challenges that the sector faces
  • Strong networking skills; preferably with existing networks in the energy access sectorpractitioners, regulators, policymakers, and financiers
  • Highly motivated, self-starter, resourceful, flexible with ability to multi-task
  • Willingness to lead a 2-4 member team with strong engagement and coordination skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Willingness to travel frequently to various locations, including rural areas
  • Strong working knowledge of English and spoken Hindi; Additionally, knowledge of other regional languages is desirable
  • Salary will be commensurate with experience/qualifications and in line with the organizational structure.

APPLY NOW: email info@cleannetwork.org with your resume (CV) and a cover letter articulating your interest in the position. For more information, please click here or visit http://thecleannetwork.org/.

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Manager – Skills & Technology, Clean Energy Access Network (CLEAN), New Delhi, India

The Decentralised Renewable Energy (DRE) sector is now almost a decade old in India, and in the last few years has seen a significant growth with better technology, finance and consumer awareness. Despite these developments, practitioners within the sector continue to face challenges in terms of technology innovation, linkages to manufacturers, product testing and standardization, access to efficient appliances for household and productive use and so on. CLEAN is best poised to understand the missing gaps and develop strategic plans at a national and regional level to address the needs and develop appropriate solutions that can be disseminated across energy solution enterprises and a variety of business models.

The sector also lacks skilled personnel across the value chain- technical, operational, entrepreneurial. Thus, enterprises are forced to spend their own resources on creating the human resource base that in the long run benefits the energy access sector as a whole. CLEAN has made headway in engaging with the Green Jobs Sector Skills Council on adoption of curriculum linked to specific renewable energy jobs and has undertaken Training of Trainers programmes for Solar PV technician and micro-grid technician courses across the country. Efforts are also ongoing to develop strong content for cooking solutions, sales and marketing for various RE technologies and entrepreneur development.

Responsibilities Include:

Strategize, Plan and Evaluate:

  • Take ownership and responsibility of CLEAN’s efforts on achieving key outcomes linked to Skills, Training and Technology Innovation
  • Develop the annual and long-term strategic plans for the Skills and Technology verticals of CLEAN’s work
  • Create the quarterly and annual budgets for the above mentioned two verticals, and provide clarity around longer term budget requirements
  • Visit the field once a month to ensure constant learning and stronger linkages with developments on the field; reorient programmes based on these learnings
  • Monitor and evaluate performance against key indicators outlined for the two verticals and regularly report on progress towards achievement of outputs and outcomes

Engage and Coordinate with Stakeholders:

  • Interface with manufacturer, product dealers, Testing and R&D centers to provide clear list of deliverables and ensure their achievement
  • Interface with Skill Development institutions, Government affiliated bodies responsible for training and relevant Ministry to ensure that clean energy linked training programmes across the value chain are integrated and institutionalized
  • Liaison with relevant teams of existing member enterprises to ensure their expectations on skills and training as well as technology innovation are being met
  • Regularly review Associate interactions with members and the work of the team towards achievement of outputs linked to two verticals and ensure quality and efficiency in delivery

Outreach:

  • Prepare proposals and interact with funders to generate funds that will support the activities of the team
  • Represent the organization in external events and forums, Contribute to written reports, articles and online media
  • Organise stakeholder engagement discussions linked to the two issues of Skills and Technology

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 10 years of work experience in the Electricity, Energy Access or Development sectors, particularly on roles that involved Technology roll-out and innovation, Project and team management, Training and Strategic planning
  • Bachelors or Masters in Engineering, preferably with specialization in Electrical or Mechanical
  • Strong understanding of renewable energy systems and concepts of sustainable development
  • Highly motivated, self-starter, resourceful and flexible
  • Willingness to lead a 2-4 member team with strong engagement and coordination skills
  • Interest in the Energy Access sector to manage across a range of areas and involve with variety of stakeholders
  • Good communication and presentation skills
  • Willingness to travel for 5-7 days in a month, including to rural locations
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Good working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint)
  • Strong working knowledge of English and spoken Hindi; additionally, knowledge of other regional languages is desirable
  • Salary will be commensurate with experience/qualifications and in line with the organizational structure

APPLY NOW: email info@thecleannetwork.org with a resume (CV) and cover letter detailing your interest in the position. To get more information, please click here or visit http://thecleannetwork.org/.

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Off Grid Electric has a number of openings:

In San Francisco: Embedded Systems Engineer, Engineering Lead (Power Electronic Controls), Electrical Engineer Battery Systems, Embedded Systems Lead Architect, Mechanical Engineer Battery Systems.

In Amsterdam: DevOps Engineer, Product Manager (Logistics), Head of Global IT.

In Cote d’Ivoire: Head of Sales, Territory Sales Manager, Territory Service Manager, Accountant.

To apply or find more information about these opportunities, please click here or go to http://offgrid-electric.com/join-us-1/#join-us.

 

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Director of East Africa Operations, Angaza Design Inc.

We are recruiting a Director of East Africa Operations to lead our Nairobi team and coordinate the support of our global network of distribution partners. This is an exciting opportunity to hold a key management role in a rapidly growing company, as we continue to scale our presence throughout Sub-Saharan Africa and the developing world. The chosen candidate will be responsible for recruiting and hiring a number of positions, maintaining a budget, performing rigorous accounting, managing a multicultural team, and representing the company within the broader energy access community. The position will report directly to the VP of Global Strategy and may include occasional global travel.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Manage and implement the Nairobi office’s operating budget including payroll and expense tracking
  • Create and maintain a positive team culture
  • Directly manage day-to-day activities of several sub-teams
  • Streamline hiring and onboarding processes to accommodate rapid team growth
  • Continue to develop Angaza Kenya’s intrateam collaboration systems to ensure clear communication and coordination on key projects
  • Act as liaison between the San Francisco and Nairobi teams
  • Represent Angaza at key industry events

Qualifications:

  • Experience as a Director of Operations or equivalent; previous experience working with training and customer support teams a plus
  • Experience developing and maintaining a budget
  • Excellent organizational and leadership abilities
  • Outstanding communication skills and attention to detail
  • Management experience with 4 or more direct reports
  • Working knowledge of data analysis and performance/operation metrics
  • BSc/BA in business administration or relevant field; MSc/MA a plus
  • Happiness in a very dynamic, fast-paced, flexible (and fun!) atmosphere

Interested candidates should send their resume and a detailed, personalized cover letter to careers@angazadesign.com with the subject line “Angaza Director of East Africa Operations.”