Teaching Centre Managers (Senegal OR Mozambique OR Ethiopia)
The British Council Sub Saharan Africa has three exciting job opportunities for experienced Teaching Centre Managers in Ethiopia, Mozambique and Senegal. The successful candidates will be responsible for managing the growth of the existing Teaching businesses in these countries. The post holders will ensure that regional and local strategy is clearly articulated, shared, understood and acted upon. They will create an organisational structure for these Centres that reflects British Council values, and UK/regional and local policy, practice, goals and priorities.
The Teaching Centre Managers provides professional leadership to the local Teaching Centre team and clearly demonstrates the ability to motivate, influence and shape individuals in order to assure continuous programme development and improvement. The post holder must show competency in the areas of leadership, business development, planning and improving curriculum and instruction, developing policy and procedures, people management and development and relationship management.
These posts are part of and accountable to the country leadership teams and they have a key role in the implementation of change and business growth initiatives. The Teaching Centre Manager works under the day to day supervision of the Country Director and is line managed by Business Development Manager Teaching, SSA. He/she maintains a co-operative relationship with the wider management team and centre personnel, specifically, Exams and EES, Marketing and Customer Service and customers - including parents and partners.
Post holders will be based in Maputo, Mozambique, Dakar, Senegal or Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
You will need to highlight in your supporting statement your country preferences. The British Council will take into consideration your preference but cannot guarantee your preferred location.
Teaching Centre Managers (2 Year fixed contract with a possibility of extension for further 1 year depending by agreement )
Note - there are 3 roles available in this recruitment. Teaching Centre Manager Ethiopia, Teaching Centre Manager Mozambique and Teaching Centre Manager Senegal are the 3 open vacancies.
The post holder will be expected to manage and grow the existing business. To balance costs, quality and value; build strong relationships with customers - including parents and partners; develop a fully integrated offer across all SSA which means developing the quality of teaching and learning including the relevant administrative and academic systems and processes and shared systems for financial management and reporting, HR, premises management, marketing and resources.
- Full mastery of English across all 4 skills equivalents to user (CEFR C2) IELTS Band 9 in each of 4 sections of the academic module
- 1st Degree
- DELTA or Trinity Diploma in TESOL or equivalent as accredited by the QCA at level 6/7 of the National Qualifications Framework.
- At least 3/4 years’ proven experience and demonstrable success as a manager in ELT context.
- Financial management and business development
- Ability to develop, implement and maintain academic systems in accordance with quality assurance frameworks.
Please refer to the role profiles and vacancy Information documents for more information on the role responsibilities/accountabilities and person specification.
Please follow the links for relevant document to support your application:
Teaching Centre Manager Country & Vacancy Info - Senegal.pdf
Teaching Centre Manager Manager Mozambique - Role Profile.pdf
Teaching Centre Manager Country and Vacancy Info - Mozambique.pdf
Teaching Centre Manager Ethiopia - Role Profile.pdf
Teaching Centre Country and Vacancy Info - Ethiopia.pdfBritish Council Behaviors.pdf
British Council Core Skill.pdf
Teaching Centre Managers - Locally Enhanced Package Info.pdf
Closing date for applications is 18 August 2019 (23:59 UK time)
Note that you should only fill out the application after thoroughly reading through the ROLE PROFILE & GUIDANCE NOTES.
Due to the critical nature of this role, candidates who do not align their work experience and skills with the Role Profile and Guidance Notes will not be shortlisted.
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