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We speak and act at all times with honesty. We seek to constantly more closely align our actions to our beliefs and values.
We are deeply invested in and assume personal responsibility for our results. We work with a sense of purpose and urgency towards our goals.
We believe that excellence can be achieved. We hold consistently high expectations for ourselves, our students and one another, in the face of any and all challenges.
We treat one another and the communities we serve with respect and empathy. We embrace difference in perspective and experience, and view them as opportunities to learn and grow. We seek first to understand and then to be understood.
We are committed to open and continuous reflection and growth. We ask for and welcome critical feedback from one another, our students and ourselves in order to ground our work in honesty.
Bangladesh is a nation of many identities, experiences, and perspectives. Teach For Bangladesh is dedicated to building an organization inspired and enriched by this diversity across ethnicity, gender, religion, race, sexual orientation, physical disabilities, economic background, and political views, so that one day all Bangladeshis have access to an excellent education and can live up to their potential.
Maimuna is a Bangladeshi-American entrepreneur who is driven by a deep commitment to social justice. She founded Teach For Bangladesh (TFB) in February 2012 with a vision to mobilize a generation of leaders working to end disparity in the Bangladeshi education system. She was inspired by her own experience witnessing disparity as a child growing up in Dhaka, and later as a mathematics teacher in a public high school in inner-city Washington D.C. through Teach For America. Maimuna holds a BA in International Relations from Mount Holyoke College and a MA in Teaching from American University.
Richard is an alumnus of the Teach First program in the UK, through which he spent three years teaching in under-served schools in London. Richard graduated from Durham University with a BSc in Chemistry and Economics and later received his PGCE in Science from Canterbury Christ Church University.
The Leadership Development team is responsible for ensuring that young graduates in Bangladesh develop as excellent teachers and leaders through ongoing coaching and mentoring. They ensure that Fellows gain the mindset, skills and knowledge necessary to be the leaders that shape this nation through one-on-one mentoring, the intensive Winter Academy, regular professional development sessions, and providing personal and professional support throughout the two years of the Fellowship.
Prior to joining TFB, Nusrat was a lecturer in the Business Department at North South University. She started her career as Management Trainee at MGH Group, and also has experience as a school administrator at the Milestone School. Nusrat holds a BBA in Finance, Accounting & Economics from North South University and an MBA from Texas Tech University.
The Fellowship Recruitment & Selection team is responsible for attracting highly qualified and motivated individuals to apply for the Teach For Bangladesh Fellowship, screening applicants to admit those who meet our selection bar, and ensuring that admitted Fellows join the program. We plan and execute recruitment activities at target universities, identify top candidates for the Fellowship, and execute all aspects of the multi-step selection process.
Reza is a CPA who joined TFB from HSBC, Bangladesh. He has extensive experience in the finance world in Australia. Reza holds a BBA in Accounting and Law from Western Sydney University.
The Finance & Administration team develops and maintains regulatory and financial structures that keeps Teach For Bangladesh up and running at the heart of the program. The strength of the team flows from the deep conviction and cooperation of the people in it. Each being from backgrounds ranging from development to corporate sector, we bring to the table different perspectives and experiences from home and abroad - and together, generate solutions that can tackle the next daunting challenge standing in the way of our vision to eliminate education inequity in Bangladesh.
Emily led Alumni Engagement for Teach First (UK) in Wales. In addition, she has extensive experience in non-profit work focused on empowering marginalized youth. Emily graduated from The University of Sheffield with a BA in History.
The Partnership Development and Alumni Impact team is responsible for building and managing meaningful relationships with the public sector and private sector. We create sustainable partnerships nationally and internationally, raising awareness of the importance of equity in education and recruiting others to support our cause through fundraising, support in kind and acting as ambassadors of our movement. A large focus of our work is our growing alumni movement and supporting these talented leaders to have a greater impact on society.
Shariar comes with over 12 years of experience in Human Resources, including most recently at Action Aid Bangladesh. Shariar received his BBA in Management and Technology from National University, and his MBA in Human Resources from International Islamic University Chittagong.
If you are looking for a career that is both challenging and deeply rewarding, Teach For Bangladesh might be the place for you. At TFB you will be surrounded by a diverse group of talented, passionate and supportive colleagues who are united by their commitment to our students and our values. We take great pride in our team, because we believe that it takes leaders to build leaders. Check out the current opportunities available below.
Following is a list of full-time positions that are currently available. To apply for one of the positions listed below, please email your resume (no longer than two pages) and a cover letter (no longer than one page) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position Summary: The Leadership Development (LD) team at Teach For Bangladesh is responsible for ensuring TFB Fellows are driving transformational change in the classroom, closing the achievement gap for their students, and within themselves, and cultivating their own leadership potential. The Director of this team will be responsible for providing vision and strategic clarity, setting and achieving ambitious goals aligned to the broader organizational goals, and driving strong management practice and team culture.
The Leadership Development team is made up of a group of diverse, passionate, and driven educators who take personal ownership of developing teachers and leaders. The Leadership Development Director has the opportunity to lead this fantastic team of staff consisting at the moment of 6-7 Leadership Development Associates (LDAs) who are responsible for directly managing Fellows. LDAs will be managed by 2 Leadership Development Managers (LDMs) who will report to the Leadership Development Director.
In January 2017 the program will consist of 78 Fellows, in 28 under-resourced schools in Dhaka city, impacting over 4000 students. This team, like all teams in TFB, can anticipate a fast rate of growth in coming years, and will require leadership that grows and adapts to meet that challenge. This role is ideal for a candidate with strong experience in classroom and coaching basics, who has a passion for building team culture, and is keen to drive big impact in a resource-constrained environment.
Position Summary: The Leadership Development (LD) team at Teach For Bangladesh is responsible for ensuring TFB Fellows are driving transformational change in the classroom, closing the achievement gap for their students, and within themselves, and cultivating their own leadership potential. The Leadership Development Managers at TFB are responsible for managing, supporting and developing the Leadership Development Associates (LDA) who act as teacher coaches at TFB. The Leadership Development Managers work closely with the Director of the team to develop strong management practices and team culture.
The Leadership Development team is made up of a group of diverse, passionate, and driven educators who take personal ownership of developing teachers and leaders. The Leadership Development Managers have the opportunity to manage and support 3-4 Leadership Development Associates (LDAs) within this team, who are responsible for directly managing approximately 40 Fellows, and impacting over 2000 students.
This role is ideal for a candidate with a strong foundation as a teacher and teacher coach, who is passionate about creating a vision of excellence for teaching and learning, and is keen to drive big impact in a resource-constrained environment.
Position Summary: The Finance and Administration Team is responsible for the overall accounting and operational activities within the organization. The team oversees and coordinates the work relating to Financial Governance, Financial Reporting, managing government and regulatory stakeholder relationship, vendor management and the administration function that entails and ensures the viability of smooth operation of the organization.
The Office Coordinator will be the focal point for managing and coordinating the day to day administration deliverables on site and also for other support that the team provides for all the staff. Under the supervision of the Finance and Administration Director the Office Coordinator will set up processes, protocols and policies in place to ensure a sustained and high quality level of support is provided to all the staff.
Position Summary: The Teach For Bangladesh Campus Ambassadors Program is an exciting opportunity for individuals who are currently enrolled in university or working as young professionals to help us recruit talented future leaders to the Fellowship. To apply to our 2016 Campus Ambassador Program, click here.