Bridge International Academies is the world’s largest chain of primary and pre-primary schools bringing world-class education to the poorest of the poor, democratizing the right to succeed.
Bridge leverages research, technology, and data analysis in order to standardize and scale the entire lifecycle of high-quality education delivery and to drive continuous improvement across all aspects of operations. This includes how academies are built, teachers are selected and trained, lessons are delivered and monitored for improvement, and more. Bridge pupils gain an additional .34 standard deviation on core reading skills and an additional .51 standard deviation on maths compared to their peers in neighboring schools, based on USAID-designed exams administered by an independent monitoring and evaluation company – this translated into over 250 additional days of learning. Thanks to economies of scale, Bridge is able to charge just $6 a month per pupil on average with academies reaching operational sustainability after just one year.
Are you a former teacher or currently teaching looking for ways to improve the education system and believe you can do more? Then this is for you!
We are looking to hire a dynamic academic with a twist for quality and improvement. You will be a field officer working hand in hand with the Instructional Design team, Academy managers, Teachers, Children and Parents.
You should have a degree in Education, be an indigene or resident in Borno State.
Kindly send a copy of your CV to email@example.com using Academic Field Officer Borno as the subject of the email.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.