About Trickle Up:
Founded in 1979, Trickle Up helps the poorest people graduate out of extreme poverty. We help women and vulnerable populations start sustainable livelihood activities and join savings groups that give them a safe place to save money, access credit, gain hope and confidence, and become decision-makers in their households and communities. Trickle Up works in partnership with local organizations, global institutions, and governments, focusing on how to scale what works. We measure and analyze impact guided by data that quantifies our results and shows that what we do works.
Since 2013, Trickle Up has partnered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), a UN agency mandated with ensuring the international protection of tens of millions of refugees around the globe. Trickle Up advises UNHCR on how to reach the poorest and most vulnerable and integrate the Graduation Approach into UNHCR’s livelihoods programming. Our goal is to help refugees build sustainable economic self-sufficiency, thereby increasing the resiliency of refugees over the long-term. We have reached more than 6,500 refugees in six countries working with UNCHR, with plans to expand to 22 countries, reaching 4,500 people in the next three years.
Our goal is to reach more of the world’s poorest than ever in the next 3-5 years by partnering with others to scale our approach. Trickle Up is headquartered in New York City, with regional offices in India, Guatemala, and Burkina Faso. See www.trickleup.org for more information.
Objectives and Anticipated Deliverables:
Trickle Up recently purchased access to LINGOS and, through it, has access to a number of e-learning tools, including Storyline, Articulate, QuickLessons, and Blackboard. We seek a creative consultant with expertise in applied learning and e-learning curriculum design to help us understand how to best leverage these new tools to build the capacity of Trickle Up and UNHCR staff around the globe. The E-Learning Specialist will work with the Program Director of Technical Assistance, to adapt Trickle Up’s core graduation and refugees capacity building materials into an interactive e-learning curriculum or curricular modules. Specifically, the E-Learning Specialist will provide support on the following objectives:
LINGOS Strategy. The E-Learning Specialist will assess Trickle Up’s e-capacity building needs and will develop a brief strategy for how to best leverage the LINGOS platform and the different functions that it contains.
Introduction to Graduation & Refugees Course. The E-Learning Specialist will work with Program Director, Technical Assistance to design a LINGOS-based introduction to Graduation and Refugees e-learning curriculum or curricular modules for Trickle Up livelihood staff seconded to UNHCR. Anticipated deliverables include:
Curated background reading for new hires, made available via LINGOS
Interactive introductory e-learning course on Graduation & Refugees (approximately 8 hours)
Process and system for measuring learners’ progress through the e-learning module(s)
Evaluation tool to measure learning outcomes
Capacity building on e-learning theory and implementation. The E-Learning Specialist will work closely with Trickle Up’s Technical Assistance Team on the design of the Introduction to Graduation & Refugees Course. Through this collaborative process, s/he will train Trickle Up’s Program Director, Technical Assistance, on the theory behind interactive e-learning, and will build Trickle Up’s capacity to adapt curricular materials to the LINGOS platform.
Trickle Up seeks a qualified candidate who will be available to work part- or full-time, either from our office in New York City or remotely. The exact timeline of the consultancy is flexible but is expected to take place between June and August 2017.
To be considered, click the “Apply for this Position” button and follow the instructions to upload your cover letter and resume. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until June 9, 2017. We are sorry we are unable to entertain phone calls related to this posting.
Trickle Up is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value a diverse workforce and extend equal opportunity to all applicants and employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, or any other status protected by law. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform essential job functions.