WHY YOU SHOULD BECOME OUR CAMPAIGN LEADER?
Campaign Leaders are ambitious, confident and committed students and employees who support our work at universities or corporates to raise awareness of Teach For Vietnam. This exciting and varied opportunity enables you to build on your employability skills by promoting Teach For Vietnam, driving attendance at our events and, ultimately, increasing applications for our Leadership Development Fellowship (LDF) and undergraduate opportunities.
As a Campaign Leader, you’ll use your confidence and connections to be our visible presence at your university or workplace. You’ll develop on a personal and professional level through challenging goals and targets, and by raising awareness of Teach For Vietnam you’ll also play an invaluable part in our mission to end educational inequality. You’ll gain valuable experience in marketing and event management and expand your own professional networks.
If you are interested in applying for the LDF yourself, becoming a Campaign Leader will give you a real head start. The skills and attributes associated with this role are aligned with our selection competencies, and once you have received an offer for our Campaign Leader Programme you will automatically be eligible to attend a Leadership Development Fellowship Programme assessment center (provided you meet the programme’s criteria).
- A university student on campus/An employee of any kinds of corporate at the time of application and during the year in role (in Vietnam or overseas).
- Commitment of at least 5 hours a week; the hours you work are flexible so you can fit the role around your studies and your works.
- Compulsory attendance at training events (details to be updated).
Accountabilities within the role include, but are not limited to:
- Lead generation
– Speaking with students or your subordinates and colleagues at your workplace and encouraging them to sign up to receive further information about Teach For Vietnam.
– Striving to meet targets set. Raising brand awareness
– Delivering lecture shouts or pitches about Teach For Vietnam to diverse audiences.
– Raising awareness of Teach For Vietnam via a diverse range of media – online and offline.
– Driving target audiences to events and raising awareness of Teach For Vietnam by devising and implementing innovative activities on campus or at workplace.
– Ensuring that the Teach For Vietnam brand is visible on campus or at workplace (posters, flyers etc.)
- Stakeholder engagement
– Building relationships with, and engaging with relevant academics and a diverse range of institution societies.
– Compelling students, fresh graduates and young professionals to engage in Teach For Vietnam opportunities.
- Events management and attendance
– Representing Teach For Vietnam at various careers fairs.
– Supporting at the career talks by Teach For Vietnam and other employer presentations throughout the year as directed.
– Design and delivery of innovative events and visibility campaigns to generate interest in Teach For Vietnam
You will need to show passion for Teach For Vietnam and our vision, as well as an understanding and enthusiasm for the different opportunities we offer students, graduates, and young professionals. We need candidates with strong connections at their institution through societies, departments and voluntary organisations, who are able to build relationships with a variety of stakeholders.
You will need to be proactive and make decisions on a daily basis individually and as part of a Campaign Leader team. You will be expected to strive to achieve above and beyond expectations by taking the lead and initiative to drive campaigns at your university or corporate.
- Problem solving
Every day you will face new challenges and will have to come up with considered, effective and appropriate solutions in response. While drawing on resources and logic you will need to be innovative in your approach to promoting Teach For Vietnam opportunities at your university or corporate. You will be expected to suggest creative ideas for engaging campaigns that capture the attention of students on campus or subordinates and colleagues at your workplace.
- Humility, respect and empathy
As a Teach For Vietnam Campaign Leader you will be working with a variety of institution stakeholders. We look for those that can build relationships quickly, giving value and respect to others to get the best out of them and to leverage support on campus.
Communicating clearly while listening and responding appropriately is very important as a Campaign Leader. You will need to adapt your style in different situations and contribute as a great team player. You will be required to communicate with others verbally on a regular basis and will need to be persuasive in your interactions with others to influence their decision making.
Personal development is vital early in your career. You will need to be aware of your performance, your strengths and your weaknesses and will need to be realistic in what and how you can do better.
- Planning and organising
You will need to manage your weekly responsibilities and plan and execute your own activities and events. This will mean effectively managing your own hours and duties alongside your academic work or work schedule.
– Campaign Leader can benefit from a flexible working system, so with the exception of pre-planned events, you will be able to plan and manage your own time.
– Teach For Vietnam strives to ensure strong performance is recognised and rewarded and as such you will be eligible for non-monetary one-off rewards where appropriate.
– Campaign Leader who meet the relevant criteria are eligible to fast track to the assessment centre stage of our LDF programme.
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