Curriculum Developer, I-TECH - Tanzania

Employer: International Training and Education Center on HIV (I-TECH)

Location: United Republic of Tanzania (Dar es Salaam)

Closing date: 10 Feb


Master’s Degree in Public Health, Education, Social Work, International Development, or other closely related field with a focus on education, training and/or instructional design and/or extensive training experience in an international setting.

- 5 years work experience designing, developing, and/or editing professional-level training materials for adults

- Experience with international health-related topics, issues and challenges, especially related to work in resource-limited settings

- Strong organizational and planning skills

- Strong skill with Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint, and competency in Excel

- Strong editing skills and familiarity with the use of a style guide

- Excellent interpersonal, and written and oral communication skills in English

- Demonstrated track record of producing education materials and providing TA and training in the field.

- Capable and comfortable working independently on a fast-paced team.

- Excellent supervisory, interpersonal, and written and verbal communication skills (curriculum writing samples and sample curriculum development exercise may be requested)

- Ability to respond effectively to urgent requests, and to prioritize workload

- Strong initiative

- Commitment to building personal and organizational capacity, and to mentoring others

- Client-orientation and ability to productively and diplomatically interface with multiple country project managers and internal and external clients


- Experience training adults in the area of HIV care and treatment, reproductive health, and/or sexually transmitted diseases strongly desired.

- Experience training trainers (TOT).

- Experience working in team settings, preferably in an international capacity;

- Experience with the evaluation of health education/training, and a commitment to building personal and organizational capacity.

- Knowledge of KiSwahili preferred.

Conditions of Employment:

This position is 1.0 FTE, based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. A 15 month contract is required with the possibility of extension to 18 months dependent on funding. Must be available and willing to travel within Tanzania, and up to 2-3 trips/year to regional or international meetings/conferences.

Vacancies Contact

Please apply through the University of Washington Employment Website -

use Req. number 40658

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