Work @ SOWC

School of Wildlife Conservation Faculty

You will join on an eight-month contract as a member of our SOWC faculty. Consequently, your role will involve a blend of design, facilitation, and administration of both programmes. You will be responsible for designing parts of the curriculum, delivering and iterating on curriculum designed by others.

Your day to day will include organising sessions, facilitating discussions, reviewing student assignments, advising and encouraging self-direction, and providing regular feedback based on clearly defined rubrics. You will also work closely with our Academic Dean, Director of Academics and the Head of the Global Challenges Programme to constantly tweak and enhance the programme and curate powerful learning experiences for our students.

On a higher level, you will be involved in the co-creation of a vision and strategy for the programme, setting up the path that will allow students to extend the skills they learned to the outside world as the future conservation leaders of the African Continent.

Experts in Residence Program

Conservation professionals in the ALU Residency program will be able to mentor the next generation of African conservation leaders, lead workshops or seminars and coach the students. All this while having ample time, support and flexibility to conduct their own research/projects with access to ALU’s network and resources in the safe and inspiring city of Kigali. The only cost to the residents will be round trip plane tickets to Kigali, and extra travel/leisure expenses within East Africa.