British Council Nepal has a new Country Strategy focusing on teacher training, examination reform, digital learning, EITA, examinations delivery and the development of a centre for professional development and cultural convention space.
We have secured additional funding to expand our operations in Nepal to continue and increase our commitment to cultural relations between Nepal and the UK.
To help us deliver this new strategy we are looking for five dynamic, suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join our Nepal Operation in the following posts:
Project Manager – EITA (English and IT for Adolescents): Post would suit a middle level manager interested in leading on English Project with a first degree CELTA qualification/ qualification in ELT and 3-5 years’ experience of work in education with project and relationship management in a multicultural international organization. This post is for 1 year fixed term.
Project Officer – EITA (English and IT for Adolescents): Post would suit a Bachelors’ degree (Education or Management preferred) with 2 years’ experience of project support at an operational level. Experience of working with INGOs (Education sector preferred) will be added advantage. This post is for 1 year fixed term.
Schools Project Officer: Post would suit a Bachelors graduate with 2 years’ experience of project support at an operational level. Ability to train essential. Knowledge of the school sector preferred. This post is for a fixed term of 3 years contract.
Project Officer (Education): Post would suit a Bachelors graduate with 2 years’ experience of project support at an operational level. Experience of working with INGOs at an Education sector will be added advantage. This post is for a fixed term of 3 years contract.
HR and Business Support Officer: Post would suit a Bachelors graduate with 2 years’ experience HR and Operational support at an operational level. This post is on indefinite contract terms.
Please note that the British Council Nepal office receives a high number of applications to vacancies. Many of these are rejected because they do not meet the skills, knowledge and experience criteria. Others are rejected because the applicants fail to complete fully the application form. We therefore urge you to apply only if you do meet these criteria. Thank you
How to apply
Further information about these above posts including detailed Role Profiles (Job Description) and an official application form can be downloaded from the British Council Website
All applications must be on the official form and should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than 5pm on Tuesday 16 June 2015.
*this vacancy notice was published on The Himalayan Times, 3 june 2015