The Genocide Education Project invites applications for its Education Director position.
After 17 years of dedicated service, developing and leading GenEd’s curriculum creation and professional development programs, including the outstanding GenEd Teacher Fellowship Program in Armenia, Sara Cohan, GenEd’s Education Director, is moving on to pursue other projects. GenEd is deeply grateful and extremely proud to have benefitted from her exceptional expertise, commitment, and personal passion for this work.
The Genocide Education Project is now actively seeking a new Education Director. The successful candidate will be an individual committed to collaborating with educators, students, and community partners on teaching about genocide. They are charged with increasing the reach and impact of GenEd nationally by organizing participation in conferences, developing and leading teacher workshops, and supporting educators nationally to advance the teaching of genocide, including the Armenian Genocide. The Education Director will lead GenEd’s newest nationwide initiative, the GenEd Teacher Fellowship Program, an immersive 9-day teacher training leadership program in Armenia.
Qualified applicants will have teaching experience, extensive knowledge of genocide studies, with particular expertise in the Armenian case, as well as organizational, budget, program management, and strong interpersonal communication skills.
Contract Basis: $45,000 – $60,000 depending on experience
Job Location: Remote, Occasional Travel
Applicants considered on a rolling basis until position filled
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Send cover letter, resume, and writing sample (1 page or less) addressing your commitment and teaching philosophy on genocide, including the Armenian Genocide to: info@GenocideEducation.org