AMI is Hiring: Freelance Facilitators

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AMI is expanding rapidly. We are looking to build our pool of freelance facilitators who will deliver our world-class online content in a blended-learning workshop environment to clients in companies and organisations.

Successful candidates will undertake rigorous AMI training to become an accredited AMI facilitator. They will then operate on a freelance basis, and will be engaged for specific assignments based on the needs of AMI’s business clients, and their own availability. There may be scope for more formal engagement for the right candidates.

Facilitators will join a dynamic, international team focused obsessively on results. We work hard, innovate constantly and have fun in the process. This is a chance for someone with a passion for learning, people development, technology and business growth to be part of Africa’s transformation.

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Launchpad: Success@Work in 21st Century Africa Programme

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Are you struggling to get a good job? Do you want to stand out from the crowd? Are you looking to get a foot on the career ladder?

The African Management Initiative is offering a short online business and management programme to help young people navigate the job market and develop skills they need in the work place. 

Key topics that Launchpad covers are:

  • Setting goals for success
  • Personal Productivity
  • Influencing Others
  • Self-management: stress, work-life balance & integrity
  • Communication skills
  • CV writing, Interview preparation & Building ‘Brand Me’

Lecturers: Buyani Zwane & Jonathan Cook, Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria, South Africa

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Wanted: Freelance Facilitators

Hiring

AMI is expanding rapidly. We are looking to build our pool of freelance facilitators who will deliver our world-class online content in a blended-learning workshop environment to clients in companies and organisations.

Successful candidates will undertake rigorous AMI training to become an accredited AMI facilitator. They will then operate on a freelance basis, and will be engaged for specific assignments based on the needs of AMI’s business clients, and their own availability. There may be scope for more formal engagement for the right candidates.

Facilitators will join a dynamic, international team focused obsessively on results. We work hard, innovate constantly and have fun in the process. This is a chance for someone with a passion for learning, people development, technology and business growth to be part of Africa’s transformation.

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Talent spotlight

Are you struggling to find great people? A recent study conducted by EY survey on talent trends in Sub Sahara found that 70% of African firms are recruiting, yet many report that they are taking longer to fill vacancies. They are also experiencing higher staff turnover. Click here for the survey

We hear about the ‘Talent’ problem regularly from our business clients. So we decided to pilot a new service, that aims to leverage AMI’s database of skilled and talented individuals, to help our business clients find great people.

AMI Talent will provide business clients with pre-qualified shortlists of candidates for job vacancies in middle management or entry level positions, against criteria determined by the company. We will provide a rich dataset on the candidates experience, qualifications, and critically, their performance on our courses and against our peer-reviewed competency analysis questionnaires. You’ll find great people in 4 easy steps:

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AMI is hiring: Business Learning Manager

AMI is a pan-African entrepreneurial social business that empowers African managers, entrepreneurs and young professionals through practical and accessible learning and development tools. We help businesses develop productive and motivated workforces, we help entrepreneurs build thriving enterprises, and we help professionals develop new skills and advance their careers.

We have developed Africa’s first online social learning platform (web and mobile), and combine cutting-edge technology, world-class content, in-person workshops and an innovative peer accountability process.

AMI is expanding rapidly.  We are looking for an ambitious and talented Business Learning Manager to adapt our world-class content to the meet the needs of our business clients, to lead execution and scale-up of our innovative blended learning approach, lead a team of expert facilitators and play a leading role in developing our next batch of exciting and high-quality AMI courses.

The Business Learning Manager will report to the Chief Learning Officer and Chief Product Officer, and will work closely with the business development team to support clients across East Africa and beyond. You will be a key senior player in a dynamic, international team focused obsessively on results. We work hard, innovate constantly and have fun in the process. Continue reading “AMI is hiring: Business Learning Manager”

Wanted: Junior Business Development Executive

  AMI is an entrepreneurial African social business that empowers African managers and entrepreneurs through practical and accessible learning and development tools. We are looking for an ambitious and talented Junior Business Development Executive to establish and aggressively expand of our work on the ground with partners and companies in Kenya. The Junior Business Development … Continue reading Wanted: Junior Business Development Executive

Freelance Facilitators needed in Uganda!

AMI is expanding rapidly. We are looking to build our pool of freelance facilitators in Uganda, who deliver our world-class online content in a blended-learning workshop environment to clients in companies and organizations. Successful candidates will undertake rigorous AMI training to become an accredited AMI facilitator. They will then operate on a freelance basis, and … Continue reading Freelance Facilitators needed in Uganda!