Careers

A career with Aidha is more than just a job, it offers you a deep sense of fulfilment. When you work at Aidha, you will be part of a team who are changing the lives of our students and empowering women and ensuring they have choices. We are looking for people who are passionate about helping women to create brighter futures for themselves as well as their communities.

If you think that is a community you would like to be part of, join us and be part of our team!

Volunteer Manager

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Volunteer Manager is responsible for the end-to-end volunteer management. The Volunteer Manager is responsible for the recruitment, training, engagement, and performance management of volunteers. The Volunteer Manager also identifies and develops appropriate volunteer opportunities for both individuals and corporate partners, building relationships to form lasting partnerships.

The position can be either a full-time or 80% part-time role. The Volunteer Manager is expected to spend at least two Sundays a month either on campus or at external sites for outreach events and attend Aidha events on evenings and weekends as necessary

Job description 

You can find a more detailed job description here:

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive resume, stating current and expected salary to [email protected]. We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

Programmes Manager

The role of Programmes Manager is one that contributes to the strategic development of Aidha’s programme offerings. Reporting to the Director of Programmes & Development and/or the Senior Programmes Manager, the Programmes Manager is responsible for contributing to and supporting the development of both current and new curriculum and other programmes initiatives; assisting with research and evaluation activities that will track the success and impact of Aidha’s programmes; and managing curriculum updates to ensure Aidha’s programmes remain effective and relevant to its students.

The position is either a full-time or 80% role. The Programmes Manager is expected to spend up to an average of two Sundays a month on campus. Note that time off-in-lieu will be provided for work on Sundays.

Job description 

You can find a more detailed job description here:

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive resume, stating current and expected salary to [email protected]. We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

Internships

What you will get out of interning with us

  • Experience hands-on the work that goes on in an NGO and the various projects that we embark on

  • Participate in a research study, help strengthen our organisational processes, assist in reviewing our various programmes and much more

  • Leave the internship understanding more about the lives of these migrant domestic workers and how an NGO operates

Please note before sending in your application:

  • Basic minimum commitment: at least 8 weeks on a five-day week basis. And on a case-by-case basis, a shorter attachment of 6 weeks can be considered.

  • No remuneration. As a small organisation with limited funds, we are only able to provide unpaid internships

Interested candidates are requested to email their resume and cover letter to [email protected]

I had a great experience when I interned at Aidha for 6 months! Everyone is really friendly and I was always invited to get involved in events outside the office. The best part was I got to work directly with beneficiaries and even managed my own research project.

Jessica Higgins, Intern

Note on Aidha’s remuneration policy: Our salaries are based on staff experience and in line with NCSS’s annually published Sector Salary Guidelines.

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