- Lead cutting-edge digital learning on a global scale
- Make a difference by protecting communities from disease
- Based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
As the Senior Manager, Learning Design Solutions you will strategically lead the development of the World Mosquito Program's digital learning platform known as Catalyst. This platform is crucial to the transfer and harvest of knowledge that will empower and protect global communities from disease.
As part of a committed and dedicated team of international experts, your contribution will directly impact the success of this highly rewarding program. Reporting to the WMP Director and leading a team of five to seven direct reports, this opportunity will see you partner with the project implementation team in the creation of an ecosystem delivering highly innovative online programs and knowledge transfer.
You will bring experience driving state-of-the-art digital delivery, underpinned by the latest practices in online learning, teaching and assessment. With outstanding communication and stakeholder engagement skills, you will demonstrate strategic and operational leadership, along with a focus on evaluation and continuous improvement.
With the global impact of this project, your experience in an international setting, ideally delivering across non-English speaking cultures, will ensure your success in this exciting role.
This position is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, for an initial two-year contract and offers an attractive remuneration package, including expatriate benefits.
The World Mosquito Program (WMP) works with communities around the world, using safe and natural bacteria called Wolbachia to prevent the transmission of mosquito-borne viral diseases such as dengue, Zika, chikungunya and yellow fever. WMP’s goal is to protect 100 million people from these diseases by 2023. WMP is continuing to rapidly expand its operations, building partnerships with local governments and communities internationally.
With two regional hubs, the Asia hub in Ho Chi Minh City and the Oceania hub, based at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, WMP now has projects operating in 12 countries, with Wolbachia-carrying mosquitoes having reached 4.4 million people as at July 2019.
Through collaboration and innovation WMP believes it can make a difference to millions of lives around the world.
For more information about WMP, please visit www.worldmosquitoprogram.org.