Careers

A career with Aidha is more than just a job, it offers you a deep sense of fulfilment. When you work at Aidha, you will be part of a team who are changing the lives of our students and empowering women and ensuring they have choices. We are looking for people who are passionate about helping women to create brighter futures for themselves as well as their communities.

If you think that is a community you would like to be part of, join us and be part of our team!

Director, Programmes & Development

The role of Director, Programmes and Development, is one that contributes to the strategic development of Aidha’s programme offerings and is responsible for developing strategic partnerships with partner organisations.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Programmes and Development Director is responsible for guiding the development of new programmes as well as determining the direction of the current student and alumni programmes; overseeing the research and evaluation initiatives that will track the success and impact of Aidha’s programmes; and managing curriculum reviews to ensure Aidha’s programmes remain effective and relevant to its students. The Programmes and Development Director will also play a key role in developing new partnerships to further Aidha’s programme priorities, including partnerships with local and international non-profits as well as funders.

The position is full-time. The Programmes and Development Director is expected to spend at least two Sunday a month on campus or, in light of Covid-19, supporting Sunday online activities.

For a more detailed job description, please click here.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive resume and cover letter, stating current and expected salary to [email protected]

Programmes Manager

The role of Programmes Manager is one that contributes to the strategic development of Aidha’s programme offerings. Reporting to the Director of Programmes & Development, the Programmes Manager is responsible for contributing to and supporting the development of both current and new programmes; assisting with research and evaluation initiatives that will track the success and impact of Aidha’s programmes; and managing curriculum reviews to ensure Aidha’s programmes remain effective and relevant to its students.

The position is full-time. The Programmes and Development Director is expected to spend at least two Sundays a month on campus or, in light of Covid-19, supporting Sunday online activities.

For a more detailed job description, please click here.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive resume and cover letter, stating current and expected salary to [email protected]

Campus Manager

The role of Campus Manager is one that lets you gain valuable skills in operations, interpersonal relationships, and organisation and planning.

Reporting to the Director of Campus Operations and Student Affairs, the Campus Manager is responsible for ensuring our Sunday operations run smoothly and seamlessly. This role is Aidha’s main representative on campus, interacting with many different stakeholders, from students to volunteers, and members of the public. Further, this role will have to spend three Sundays a month on campus and be in the office on weekdays to prepare the required materials for campus.

For a more detailed job description, please click here.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive resume and cover letter stating current and expected salary to [email protected] 

Marketing & Partnerships Manager

Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Partnerships, the position of the Marketing & Partnerships Manager is one that contributes to the strategic development of marketing initiatives and brand positioning of Aidha. The Marketing & Partnerships Manager will support the implementation of the strategic and integrated marketing plan in order to reach various key stakeholders (prospective and current students and alumnae; employers of FDWs; partners; donors; volunteers) to advance, increase and widen Aidha’s visibility and promote student enrolment.

The Marketing & Partnerships Manager will engage with partners and oversee outreach efforts, including running events, to expand Aidha’s reach and impact.

The Marketing & Partnerships Manager will also project manage fundraising campaigns and events.

The position is full-time. The Marketing & Partnerships Manager is expected to spend two Sundays a month (these will often be half-days rather than full days) on campus or at other event venues, or supporting Sunday online activities. Note that time off-in-lieu will be provided for work on Sundays.

For a more detailed job description, please click here.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive resume and cover letter stating current and expected salary to [email protected] 

Student Affairs and Campus Associate

Reporting to the Student Affairs Manager and the Campus Manager, the Student Affairs and Campus Associate is responsible for supporting the smooth operation at our satellite campus and online campus. The Student Affairs and Campus Associate supports the Student Affairs Manager and Campus Manager in the organisation and implementation of outreach activities and communications with the Aidha’s student body and its alumnae. S/he is one of Aidha’s representatives on campus, interacting with many different stakeholders, from students to volunteers, and members of the public.

The position is part-time (80%). The Student Affairs and Campus Associate will have to spend three Sundays a month on campus or remotely managing the online campus, and be in office on weekdays to prepare the required materials for campus or, in light of Covid-19, supporting Sunday online activities.

For a more detailed job description, please click here.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive resume and cover letter, stating current and expected salary to [email protected]

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Internships

What you will get out of interning with us

  • Experience hands-on the work that goes on in an NGO and the various projects that we embark on

  • Participate in a research study, help strengthen our organisational processes, assist in reviewing our various programmes and much more

  • Leave the internship understanding more about the lives of these foreign domestic workers and how an NGO operates

Please note before sending in your application:

  • Basic minimum commitment: at least 8 weeks on a five-day week basis. And on a case-by-case basis, a shorter attachment of 6 weeks can be considered.

  • No remuneration. As a small organization with limited funds, we are only able to provide unpaid internships

Interested candidates are requested to email their resume and cover letter to c[email protected]

I had a great experience when I interned at Aidha for 6 months! Everyone is really friendly and I was always invited to get involved in events outside the office. The best part was I got to work directly with beneficiaries and even managed my own research project.

Jessica Higgins, Intern

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