The British Council in Nigeria has a vacancy for a Consultant English in Education Sub Saharan Africa (SSA).
Role purpose :
Reporting to the Senior Consultant English and Education SSA and working in close collaboration with the regional, cluster and country-
based Education and English in Education teams, key stakeholders in priority countries and other stakeholders, the postholder will support countries in SSA to develop EES State Aid and Non State Aid programmes in line with regional EES strategy.
A key accountability will be to contribute to proposal management. The postholder will also support the development and delivery of quality, effective, efficient and compliant State Aid and Non State Aid EES contracts, contributing to the scale up of existing projects and design of new ones (using programme based planning).
Location : Abuja, Nigeria
Role Requirements :
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 :
Note that you should only fill out the application after thoroughly reading through the entire ROLE PROFILE & GUIDANCE NOTES.
As this is a business critical role, applicants that do not include examples that meet minimum requirements will not be shortlisted.
Please apply by 5 September 2019 (23 : 59 UK Time)
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