We believe that a strong and positive culture is one of the main pillars of a productive and ethical society that can transform itself for the better. We have defined a set of 5 core values and principles that will always guide our internal and external behaviors and decisions.
Openness: we are open and honest in all our interactions and nurture relationships built on respect and integrity.
Collaboration: we don't believe in reinventing the wheel. We work together to go farther than we can individually.
Impact: are focused on achieving great results rather than on process. Impact drives all our choices.
Empowerment: we are empowered to take ownership of our work and to go the extra mile. We also empower others around us to grow and develop.
Excellence: we set the bar high in everything we do. Excellent education for our children can only be delivered through excellent work.
We offer all staff the following benefits:
Health plans for you and your dependents
Paternity and maternity leaves
Learning and professional development
Empowering working parents
Access to learning resources through the foundation's library and academy
LIST OF JOBS
Research and Program Development - Applied Education Research
We are seeking candidates with strong research, policy analysis, and report writing skills to support and manage research efforts aimed at improving learning outcomes for students in Jordan.
Research and Program Development Officer
The Queen Rania Foundation is currently seeking to fill the position of Program Development Officer in its Research and Program Development Department to work on a portfolio of educational reform projects detailed in the HRD Strategy with local public and non-governmental counterparts.
Research and Program Development
We are seeking candidates with strong research skills and an academic or professional background in education to work on QRF’s research and program development efforts aimed at improving the quality of teaching and learning in Jordan.
Impact Evaluation and Monitoring Specialist
The IEM Senior Officer/Specialist will help to deliver the IEM team vision which aims to establish the IEM team as a ‘unique, strategically core team within QRF offering independent advice, critical thinking and oversight, delivering high-quality ethical monitoring and evaluation work using flexible, learning-based and utilization-focused methods and approaches’.