Curriculum Development Consultant

Job Type

Full Time


Details: JOD 250/month with additional travel stipend for trips to the camp



Start Date


Application Deadline



Jerash Camp



About our organization:

We believe in women empowering themselves through language and technology. Based at the Hopes-Sitti Women’s Center and with the support of Hopes for Women in Education, a nonprofit registered in Canada in Jordan, we coordinate and support online language-exchange sessions between Palestinian refugee women learning English and young women learning Arabic in universities across the U.S., Canada, & Europe. We also provide English classes and personal and professional development workshops for women in the camp, taught by expatriate volunteers. With funding from GIZ's FASPAR program, we will now be launching an E-Tutoring program where women who have completed our language exchange program will be able to be trained on how to tutor Arabic to non-native learners and begin tutoring students from the U.S., Canada, and Europe. The Curriculum Development Consultant will be instrumental to the implementation of this project and work closely with the project manager and the women training to become tutors.

About the role:

The Curriculum Development Consultant will work full time to support the implementation of Banaat Connect's E-Tutoring program, funded by GIZ's FASPAR project. The role will be three months, terminating at the end of October. The consultant must be local, as this role requires regular trips to the Hopes for Women in Education Women's Center in Jerash Camp. The consultant must be fluent in English and Arabic, with a pedagogical understanding of the grammar of Modern Standard Arabic.

Main responsibilities:

  • Contribute to creation of instructional booklet to be used to teach women how to tutor Arabic to non-native learners
  • Hold a series of workshops instructing women on how to create curricula for non-native Arabic students
  • Help hold workshops teaching women how to teach others to be tutors
  • Work alongside the project manager and center manager to establish a plan for the course of the project, modify that plan as necessary throughout
  • Develop English language aptitude assessment for intake of future tutors


  • Professional experience in teaching and developing curricula for non-Native Arabic learners
  • Organized, adaptable, independent, comfortable with working on a small team
  • Flexible to work occasional weekends
  • Passion for nonprofit work, especially as it relates to women’s empowerment, education, and refugee aid.

Level of Language Proficiency

Arabic-Native/Fluent spoken and written

English-Native/Fluent spoken and written

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

Master's degree

How To Apply

All qualified candidates are welcome to send their CV and cover letter to by 5 PM on August 5th. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.