Kiron Open Higher Education gGmbH is a non-profit organization founded in 2015 with the mission to enable access to high-quality education for refugees and underserved communities through digital solutions. Our team of Kironistas is international, agile, and thinks out of the box. We are education experts, techies, designers, project managers, communicators, grant writers, researchers, coffee drinkers, innovators, and dreamers, all united in our passion to democratize digital education
Carry out student needs assessments in collaboration with the Programs team
Identify and reach out to potential partners
Co-create social media advocacy campaigns
Host student virtual coffees, webinars, discussion panels
Track the outcome indicators for collective impact
Develop strategic collaboration projects with partners
Promote Kiron’s developing portfolio of Ukraine crisis response programs to existing and potential students
Create impact reports and disseminate impact results
Other areas depending on your interests and goals - at Kiron we offer a development plan to help our employees achieve their potential
To succeed and grow in this position, you will likely be:
Engaged with diverse communities
Fully familiar with the challenges of newcomers coming from Ukraine
Open-minded, people person with strong social skills
Team-oriented and able to deal with changing priorities
… and will likely have:
Understanding of how NGOs work
Worked in the recruitment of participants or partners in similar projects
Established and nurtured relations with NGOs and/or partners in general
Strategic mindset and can anticipate opportunities that can bring value
Ideally, you might also have:
Knowledge of Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning frameworks (MEL)
This profile draws on our experience of people who have been successful in this role in the past. We warmly encourage you to apply if you feel your experience and skills equip you for this job but are not listed here!
We are a mission-driven organization committed to making a difference for underserved communities and passionate about the potential of education to change the world.
We offer a flexible, agile, and entrepreneurial work environment, where purpose, enthusiasm, and ideas are valued.
A transparent wage model provides the framework for salary decisions at Kiron. Ranges are based on the job category (e.g. software engineers, fundraisers), and the level of experience and responsibility expected of the role (junior/entry-level, professional/experienced, senior / expert, team/content lead). The final salary offer is made considering the candidate’s experience and expected contribution.
The range foreseen for this role is between 3000 - 4000 Euros / monthly.
You can also expect 30 days of vacation, flexible working hours, remote working arrangements, 5 days of educational leave per year, team-building activities, and opportunities for professional development.
Then please submit your application via this link.
You can expect at least two rounds of interviews and, in some cases, to complete a task. We will inform you about the process in our first interview. We will inform all applicants of the outcome of their application.
If you have questions about the position or would like to discuss individual requirements relating to the application process and/or the demands of the role itself, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kiron is committed to empowerment and inclusion and continuously works to create a diverse, safe and inclusive environment. We welcome applications from all people - regardless of cultural and social background, gender, age, religion, worldview or sexual orientation. In line with our values, we especially encourage people with refugee or migration backgrounds, as well as people with disabilities, to apply. If you have any questions or constructive feedback on the topic of inclusion at Kiron, please get in touch with us.