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North American Programs Associate

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What does it mean to work for SFL?

  • Experience a fully remote workplace: work from anywhere in the world with extremely flexible hours
  • Utilize SFL grants to grow your professional skills
  • Advance in the organization as you grow
  • Take over 3 weeks of extremely flexible paid time off 
  • Get paid to spread the values of liberty
  • Join an international community of staff from every corner of the globe 
  • Travel to staff retreats and other SFL events in exotic locations

About the Organization

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 a freer place. SFL team members go the extra mile in order to make sure that more students around the world 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.

Position Summary

Students For Liberty is currently seeking a passionate and professional individual to serve as North American Programs Associate. This is a full-time position reporting directly to the North American Programs Director and overseeing the management of programs in North America. This role requires experience with program or project management. 

The North American Programs Associate will provide advanced administrative and advanced level program support on the North American team, It requires the ability to regularly make administrative decisions and independently resolve complex problems. 

A successful candidate will have a firm commitment to libertarian ideas and to SFL’s vision and mission statements. 

Responsibilities

  • Resolves administrative and logistical challenges with the North American team
  • Foster a sense of entrepreneurial spirit amongst Coordinators in North America
  • Ensure a solid pipeline from prospective volunteers to Coordinators 
  • Support and implement training for the Coordinator Program
  • Complete administrative tasks to further SFL’s growth and development
  • Uphold SFL’s values, culture, and brand 
  • Collaboration with students program participants and staff to achieve the region’s objectives

Qualifications

The following qualifications are required:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English
  • Living and working in the United States or Canada
  • Familiarity with the network of pro-liberty groups and individuals
  • Volunteer management experience
  • Ability to balance many different programs while maintaining attention to detail
  • Creative approach to problem-solving
  • Integrity, humility, and intellectual honesty
  • Positive solution-focused outlook
  • Willingness to learn and provide assistance as necessary
  • Familiarity with G-Suite, and use of collaborative document tools
  • Ability to show discretion
  • Ability to self-motivate, work autonomously, and show entrepreneurial drive in a remote work environment
  • Willingness to travel periodically

Application Process

Anyone interested in applying for the North American Programs Associate position should submit application materials to Mike Avi, North American Programs Director at [email protected]. Be sure to include how you found this job listing in your motivation letter.

Application materials should include in a single .pdf document:

  • Motivation Letter
  • Resume

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