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Human Respect Project Manager

What does it mean to work for SFL?

Be part of the team that will #FreeTheWorld!

Working on Students For Liberty means spreading liberty to the whole world. 

SFL is present in all inhabited continents, empowering, educating, and evolving the next generation of leaders of liberty.

At the Programs Department, you will join a supranational team dedicated to promoting SFL volunteers’ actions and championing freedom. You’ll have the unique opportunity to work with people from worldwide. 

More than that, SFL offers exclusive benefits for employees:

  • Experience a fully remote workplace: work from anywhere in the world with extremely flexible hours
  • Advance in the organization as you grow
  • Take at least 3 weeks of extremely flexible paid time off
  • Get paid to spread the values of liberty
  • Travel to staff retreats and other SFL events in exotic locations

Position summary 

We are seeking a highly motivated Project Manager to help Students For Liberty launch a new project to spread the philosophy of Human Respect (see below).  The Human Respect Project Manager will be responsible for managing the planning, development, and execution of a series of tools, trainings, and events to build awareness of the philosophy of Human Respect, train discussion leaders, and plan for future events and activities that will spread that awareness further.  The manager will serve as the internal Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Human Respect.

Responsibilities

  • Develop sufficient understanding of the philosophy of Human Respect to function as the internal go-to for questions about how to develop the required videos, training curricula, and discussion guides, and, equally important, know when it is necessary to consult outside resources to clarify specific points or nuances about the philosophy;
  • Manage project timelines and budgets to ensure all deliverables are completed on time and within budget;
  • Coordinate with various SFL departments to leverage their expertise in the development of all required material;
  • Design and deliver training, workshops, and sessions that help students and team members advance their learnings on Human Respect and its application to daily living as well as broader policy implications;
  • Deliver first trainings in Brazil, Latin America, the US, and Europe over the course of the first 12 months;
  • Mentor and facilitate the continued development of students interested in the philosophy of Human Respect;
  • Create and review educational materials, articles, and resources related to Human Respect;
  • Other duties that may be assigned or developed over the course of this project

Qualifications

  • Experience in volunteer and/or people management
  • Excellent communication and soft skills
  • Creative approach to problem-solving
  • Ability to be autonomous and entrepreneurial
  • Full proficiency in English.  Spanish and Portuguese would be a plus
  • Demonstrated philosophical background and expertise
  • High level of Word, Excel and, Powerpoint proficiency
  • Proficiency with G Suite
  • Excellent reporting skills
  • Experience in project management
  • Experience in instructional design 
  • Experience in group creation and management
  • Experience in speaking at events
  • Willingness and ability (visa eligible) to travel periodically to Brazil, Latin America, Europe, and the United States

Application process

Please submit a cover letter and your CV in English to the Director of International Programs, Andre Freo, via email at [email protected]

Please include references, your permission to contact those references, and your salary requirements. 

In the cover letter, please include your interest in the ideas of liberty, your interest in both Students For Liberty and the role, your experiences managing international and mulicultural projects, and any familiarity with Human Respect principles

We will conduct interviews and selection on a rolling basis, and we will reach out to all candidates whose applications we wish to consider.

About Students For Liberty 

Students For Liberty (SFL) is the largest pro-liberty student organization in the world with students active in 117 countries on every inhabited continent. With a multi-million dollar budget and over 70 full-time staff members, we serve pro-liberty students in their pursuit to become leaders of liberty. We accomplish this through a strategy of identifying the top students and then empowering them to be agents of change in their communities. 

Last school year, our students organized over 2,700 events with over 600,000 people in attendance. We are a fully virtual, vibrant, and entrepreneurial organization working with a diverse team in the U.S. and around the world.

The SFL team is passionate about liberty and making the world freer. SFL team members go the extra mile to ensure that more students worldwide can benefit from our programs and resources.

Working for SFL means flexibility, meaningful work, and autonomy. We pride ourselves on growth, hard work, advancement opportunities, embracing entrepreneurship, and a passion for the product: liberty.

Additionally, we are strongly dedicated to ensuring our staff has the ability to grow and reach their full potential. To this end, we invest in training and professional development opportunities for staff at all levels of the organization.

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