We need a passionate mentor, a creative thinker, an articulate individual, a youth animator and a visionary to take our top-notch leadership program to the next level.
The manager must be able to initiate, design and secure resources to implement leadership trainings, interventions and projects that can help aspiring leaders build the capacities, competencies and character necessary to embrace their roles as critical actors in building a better Nigeria and Africa.
The Manager must:
Hold a degree in any discipline.
Hold the Nigerian NYSC discharge letter.
Be resident in Imo State or willing to relocate to Imo State.
Have proof of some leadership training, grant writing and project management training/experience.
Must be available for orientation in Owerri from December 13th, 2021.
Possess excellent written and oral communication skills.
Be a man or woman of integrity. We shall run background check.
Be a very patient, tolerant and flexible person able to manage young people.
Be a detribalized Nigerian.
Not be a religious bigot.
• Manage ELP Immersion Year Program.
• Initiate, design and secure resources to implement leadership trainings and interventions in the six ELP core leadership areas namely: Political Leadership, Educational Leadership, Business Leadership, Judicial Leadership, Religious Leadership and Media Leadership.
• Coordinate ELP alumni association.
• Contribute to CSAAE’s SWAMI (Succeed With A Mentor Initiative).
• Work closely with CSAAE’s NEAL (Network of Effective African Leaders) executives.
o Competitive monthly salary – Negotiable
o Free Health Insurance
o Per Diem
o Free Capacity Building Trainings
o Paid Sick/Family Leave
o Paid Annual Vacation
o Paid Maternity Leave
o First year rent support loan, if you are moving to Owerri
o Performance bonuses, commissions and frequent salary raise
o Job satisfaction
How to apply:
Write a strong cover letter (no more than one page) to CSAAE HR explaining:
- Your understanding of the mission of CSAAE and the aim/activities of ELP.
- How your skills, experiences and passion make you the best person to lead ELP.
- What new activities and strategies that you can bring to ELP in the next 3 years.
- How much you want CSAAE to pay you per month. Please be very specific here.
No grammar errors. Once we spot an error, we shall delete your application immediately.
No long and complex sentences. Keep your sentences short and simple.
The cover letter must be an attachment (pdf or word document).
Be sure to visit our website (www.csaaeinc.org) before writing your cover letter.
Attach your resume. Focus on skills relevant to this job. Your resume must provide enough details about yourself to enable us make a decision.
Email your cover letter and resume to: email@example.com.
Email subject must be: Application for the position of ELP Manager.
We shall delete any application that has no cover letter.
Application deadline: Saturday, December 11th, 2021: 12 midnight.
Looking forward to working with you!
The Centre for Social Awareness, Advocacy and Ethics (CSAAE) is a non-profit dedicated to helping young people build great careers, cultivate a spirit of entrepreneurship, become leaders of character, and embrace their roles as critical actors in building a better Africa.
Our vision is to build a better Africa where everyone can find support and encouragement to work hard, live with dignity and feel proud to belong. The Centre pursues its vision through three distinct programs that share the common goal of creating positive social, economic, and political change, one person at a time. They are:
• The Effective Leaders Program (ELP)
• The Career Building and Entrepreneurship Program (CBEP)
• The Youth Ethics and Anticorruption Program (YEAP)
ELP nurtures leaders committed to the development of Africa. CBEP helps youths get the education they need, secure jobs or build enterprises that contribute to the development of Africa; while YEAP raises the consciousness of youths to the importance of ethics, good governance, rule of law, anticorruption, and respect for human rights towards the development of Africa.
CSAAE is a registered nonprofit in Nigeria and a 501(c3) nonprofit in the United States with subsidiaries across the globe, an organization in special consultative status with the United Nations’ ECOSOC, and former representative of African nonprofits at the World Bank & IMF. The Centre carries out its operations from its head office in Owerri, Nigeria, with technical support from its U.S. office in Maryland.
The Founder, Dr. Godswill Agbagwa – Catholic priest, ethicist, socialpreneur and youth animator – grew up in Nigeria. While studying abroad as a graduate student, he was struck by the contrasts he saw between the levels of underdevelopment in Africa as compared to the Western countries he visited. Those experiences became the genesis of CSAAE, its programs, and the five core values at the foundation of his work: punctuality, integrity, creativity, accountability, and solidarity (PICAS).
Visit www.csaaeinc.org for more information.