Project Officer, Arts & Education - Uganda
Region
Sub Saharan Africa
Country
Uganda
Location
Kampala
Department
Education & Society
Job Category
Project Management
Pay Band
Pay Band 4
Vacancy Description
Locally appointed PB4/Have the right to live and work in Uganda/Location: Kampala/Duration: Initially for 1 year with possibility of extension. Application closing date: 30 July 2017 at 23:59 UK Time
 
Details
Purpose of the Role:
This job supports the Uganda Arts team and the wider British Council team to deliver an programmes that build knowledge and understanding between the UK and Uganda.     

As the role holder you will be responsible for a delivery of challenging tasks as the summary below highlights:
  • Deliver high quality events and project activity working with partners and stakeholders in order to meet global, regional and country plans. 
  • Manage, plan and co-ordinate events.
  • Perform straightforward analysis, manipulation and interpretation of data, tasks or information, presenting findings/results accurately and appropriately to support effective maintenance of management information systems and evaluation of project outputs.
  • Support the delivery of agreed marketing and communications strategy outputs.
  • Finance and procurement cordiantion

You should possess the following:
  • A minimum of 2 years previous proven experience of working to support multi-partner funded projects, and a range of outsourced partners
  • Experience of working to tight deadlines and targets, giving close attention to detail throughout.
  • Recognised University Degree 

For further information about the role please access documents below:
Role Profile - Project Officer - Arts & Education.doc
BC Behaviours.pdf
BC Core Skills.pdf

Application closing date:30 July 2017 at 23:59 UK Time.

Equal opportunities & Diversity: we are committed to equality of opportunity and positive action to promote it. We believe that our Equal Opportunities Policy and a Diversity Strategy help to ensure that there is no unjustified discrimination in the recruitment, retention, training and development of staff.

Child Protection: The British Council believe that all children have potential and that every child matters - everywhere in the world. The British Council affirms the position that all children have the right to be protected from all forms of abuse as set out in article 19, UNCRC, 1989