lEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
African youth volunteer within our organisation in areas such as finance, sales, human resources, and events management. They develop their leadership skills by:
(1) Managing our internal teams and operations.
(2) Undergoing semi-annual performance reviews.
(3) Delivering our other programs to African youth.
(4) Participating in organisational trainings.
Minimum 12 months.
(1) Contribute towards Africa’s long term development.
(2) Experience CYALA's unique culture and diversity.
(3) Expand on your existing industry networks and contacts.
(4) Develop yourself personally and professionally.
Most positions are Australia based. We do however have some positions available for international candidates.
WHAT WE LOOK FOR:
(1) Passion for African development.
(2) Verbal & written communication skills.
(3) Problem solving and analytical skills.
(4) Enthusiasm and willingness to help others.
(5) Ability to create and implement solutions that drive results.
(6) Ability to learn, receive feedback and work well within a team.
Getting ready for your interviews
Interviewing helps us to learn about you as a person and a potential colleague, and it helps you to learn more about CYALA, our tribe and what you could do here.
We want you to be excited, not anxious, about your interviews. Our interviewers are smart and caring people who are eager to get to know you, answer your questions and help you find your fit at CYALA.
Our advice? Relax, be yourself, take your time, show us your passion and don’t forget to interview us.
WHAT WE LIKE TO HEAR
(1) Experiences - We like to hear about your experiences, accomplishments and challenges to discover skills that will enable you to thrive at CYALA.
Come prepared to discuss some important experiences in a detailed way, focusing on your specific role and describing the key actions that were critical to success.
(2) Case Studies - We believe the best way to assess your problem-solving skills is to discuss real scenarios scenario with you.
This helps us understand how you structure tough, ambiguous challenges, identify important issues, deal with all the implications of facts and data, formulate conclusions and recommendations, and articulate your thoughts in a fast-moving discussion.