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Family Mentor (Ref: HKP010)
In order to create a positive and inclusive environment, OneSky welcomes any individual from various diverse backgrounds and a passion for working with children to apply for the position. The Family Mentor will work in the Family Centre play areas by demonstrating quality adult-child interactions and early childhood best practices. They will model how to interact and enrich play through following children’s interests, asking inquiring questions, and teach parents and caregivers about responsive caregiving.
- Strong experience working with young children 0-6 years old/li>
- Studies in Early childhood education and or related disciplines required
- Licensed ECE (CE) highly preferred
- Fluent in Cantonese, additional language highly preferred
- Deeply enjoys playing with young children
- Friendly, approachable
- Strong work ethics
- Cooperative and collaborative team member
- Flexible and positive attitude
- Motivated self-learner
- Undergo an extensive training on the OneSky approach, child protection, and early childhood care and education best practices
- Will demonstrate and model evidence based early childhood best practices to parents and caregivers through play
- Get on the floor, be hands on, and excited to get involved with the children’s play.
- Coordinate and promote messy and creative play.
- Will educate adult caregivers participating at the Family Centre on the importance of play
- Will support the Social worker and OneSky staff in creating a safe and inclusive environment.
- Will help answer parent questions and inquiries
Please forward your cover letter and resume to email@example.com and include the job title in the subject line.
Executive Director of the OneSky Global Centre (Ref: HKO011)
OneSky for all children is a rapidly growing global organization, with offices in Berkeley, Hong Kong, Beijing, Da Nang, and Ulaanbaatar, with affiliates in London and Vancouver. Always working in partnership with government, we develop low-cost, replicable early learning and care programs to benefit young children at risk, and then we train and mentor caregivers and communities as they take our models to scale. We believe in the vast potential hidden in our world’s most vulnerable young children and have recently brought our proven approach to benefit children in Hong Kong via the P.C. Lee OneSky Global Centre for Early Childhood Development.
At the heart of the OneSky Global Centre, opened in May 2020 in Sham Shui Po, is a training hub focused one equipping professional caregivers and parents with the skills to provide responsive loving care to at-risk children and their families. A Family Centre and an Early Learning Lab will serve as models for ECCE best practices.
The Executive Director will serve as the main representative of the OneSky Global Centre to government, funders and general public as well as overseeing daily operations, always endeavoring to meet the needs of the local community.
- Serve as the main spokesperson for the centre to HK government departments
- Serve as the government recognized “operator” of the OneSky Early Learning Lab
- Serve as the centre’s liaison with the Global Development team, collaborating on all activities related to raising funds for the centre including hosting tours of the facilities, meeting with funders, and facilitating the sharing of information that will help the Development team create funding proposals and reports
- Serve as the centre’s liaison with the Global Engagement team, working with the team on the management of the centre’s website and development of promotional materials and supporting their outreach efforts to media and supporters
- Serve as the centre’s liaison with the Global Operations team, helping to ensure systems and documents required to ensure all safety and health standards are met
- Oversee the building of relationships with local community entities including NGOs and potential Trainee organizations
- Ensure a collaborative work environment and encourage creativity in creating solutions to the needs of the local community
- Ensure the centre is a welcoming place for local families and children and help address questions or concerns raised by the public about the centre’s services
- Participate in professional development opportunities to expand skills and knowledge
- At least 5 years of progressive leadership experience in an education or NGO setting
- Experience liaising with Hong Kong government departments
- Fluent in English and Cantonese (additional languages skills is desirable)
- Strong analytical and communication skills
- Flexible and positive attitude
- Cooperative and collaborative team member
- Strong leadership skills
- Values ongoing learning
- Experience working with vulnerable communities
- Early childhood education experience preferred
- Registered CCS (child care supervisor) preferred
Please forward a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 15, 2021.
Visual Curriculum Developer (Ref: HKP011)
OneSky is looking for a full-time Visual Curriculum Developer to create artwork to visually enhance digital training materials. The Developer will work closely with curriculum production experts and management team to create visual curriculum appropriate for OneSky training. The developer will be responsible for turning written words, sketched ideas and concepts into visually presentable training materials, including infographics, handouts, posters, etc. This position is based in Hong Kong.
- Brainstorm with curriculum production team and training team to come up with creative visual ideas for training materials.
- Prepare and design necessary visual elements (graphics, illustrations, etc.) for approval.
- Consistently refine design based on opinions from curriculum production team and feedback from training team.
- Complete layout of digital material by integrating visual elements with text.
- Format final training materials and send to digital delivery or print.
- Support team members in other curriculum tasks, including digital curriculum management, template maintenance, translation, etc.
- Bachelor’s degree in design or computer related fields.
- 1-2 years of work experience related to graphic design, illustration, or similar.
- Work experience in digital content production is preferred. Prior experience in NGOs or training organizations is a plus.
- Skilled in Adobe Illustration, Photoshop and InDesign.
- Good knowledge of Microsoft office software.
- Knowledge of photography and video editing is a plus.
- Able to communicate in English both in written and oral form.
- Able to effectively communicate and collaborate with a remote team.
- Creativity and curiosity in proposals, and open to feedback.
- Strong conceptual and implementation skills.
- Great attention to detail.
Please send your CV along with a visual design portfolio to email@example.com to apply for this position.
We are looking for translators! If you are fluent in Vietnamese or Mongolian and want some experience working with a dynamic team in an NGO setting, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org