Manager, Curriculum


The GSL curriculum considers the leaders’ starting points and their legitimate concerns. The curriculum is designed to evolve in a way that balances theory and practice and is relevant to the context of each partner organization. The GSL Curriculum Manager will be responsible for creating content that is directly applicable to improving teaching and learning in schools and helps School Leaders and School Supervisors across different contexts to enhance their leadership practice. They will design content based on the principles of adult learning and grounded in the most pressing needs and the day-to-day reality of School Leaders and Supervisors, by building in time to plan and apply the learning.


GSL content is designed to be adaptable to different modes of delivery including in-person and virtual. The content includes resources and tools for school leaders and teachers. We keep a special focus to ensure that our content is responsive to the cultural and policy context within which a given set of school leaders operate.

We are looking for an entrepreneurial individual with a proven track record as an excellent teacher, to serve as our Curriculum Manager. They will be responsible for the development of an online and offline curriculum for School Leaders and Supervisors that is engaging, user-friendly, and helps influence and develop key leadership behavior amongst leaders.


Roles and Responsibilities

Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

GSL Core Curriculum

  • Update and develop GSL’s core School Leader curriculum modules and resources to be used across partner countries based on trends across the partner network and the latest industry research

  • Lead the development of GSL’s curriculum for short-term projects targeting specific focus areas.

  • Lead the codification and editing of curriculum designed for short term projects so it can become part of the core School Leader curriculum

  • Stay up to date and collate learnings from the curriculum work happening across the GSL partner network

GSL Online Curriculum

  • Adapt and continuously improve curriculum for online consumption

  • Develop supporting tools for online consumption: storyboards, tools, follow-up activities,

  • and instructional videos

  •  Ensure compliance with licensing and copyright laws and regulations

  • Stay on top of understanding industry trends in e-learning and content design


GSL Online Support

  • Support the planning and facilitation of local and global online learning communities of School Leaders

  • Work in collaboration with the Product Manager and the Director of Programs to implement the ‘rapid iteration testing’ phase for content and platforms and incorporate learning into content design


Support GSL strategy and team-building

  • Project manage the work of the program team by creating a project plan with the team and regularly monitoring and updating the plan

  • Support team members by sharing learning and providing feedback

  • The GSL curriculum function will closely partner with other team members to ensure the delivery of high-quality programming. As a key member of a small GSL team, the role would involve cultivating and managing relationships to ensure effective communication channels across teams at GSL

Candidate Profile


  • Academic qualification in education (desired) or another undergraduate degree

  • At least 6 years of work experience in teaching, training, and/or curriculum design

  • Understands adult learning theory and has developed adult learning experiences

  • Demonstrated interest in working in the social sector


Key skills, mindsets, and knowledge to be successful in the role include:

  • The belief that all students can achieve at the highest levels and that education systems can be designed to ensure this is the case

  • The conviction that all school leaders and supervisors can develop and grow, and dramatically improve learning outcomes of their schools

  • A learning mindset, staying up to date on research in the field and learning from others to continuously improve their work

  • Self-awareness, integrity, and empathy

  • Articulate - able to express thoughts, arguments, and ideas clearly and effectively


GSL’s work environment requires:

  • Ability to thrive in a start-up, fast-paced, fully remote yet highly collaborative work environment

  • Willingness and ability to give and receive tough feedback

  • Dedication to data-driven approach and results-orientation

  • Strong writing skills and the ability to express ideas clearly

  • Ability to work at flexible hours to accommodate different time zones


GSL Culture (click to read)

Our work environment provides:

  • Ability to work remotely 

  • Flexible work timings 

  • Learning and growth

  • Opportunity to create large scale impact 

  • Leadership opportunities

Work Location and Remuneration


The candidate can be based in India, Kenya, Malaysia, or Indonesia. The candidate must have the ability to travel internationally as well as within the country.  Salary and title are commensurate with experience and competitive with the non-profit education sector in the country. 

Interested candidates may apply by sending their resume and a cover letter stating how this position aligns with one’s professional experiences and aspirations to aniket@globalschoolleaders.org.  Please include "Application for the position of GSL Curriculum Manager" in the subject line of your email.

GSL is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive work environment for all employees.