Project Coordinator KP - TACS (ISB/P/66/1920)
Region
South Asia
Country / Territory
Pakistan
Location
Islamabad
Department
Education & Society
Job Category
Education (non-teaching)
Pay Band
Pay Band 4
Vacancy Description
Right to work in Pakistan Pay Band: 4 Salary: PKR 70,000 No. of positions: 1 Contract : One year fixed term Region: South Asia Country :Pakistan Location: Islamabad
 
Details
The British Council Pakistan is recruiting for Project Coordinator KP- Take a Child to School (TACS) based in Islamabad.

PURPOSE OF JOB


Project co-ordination within programmes across Pakistan, with lead responsibility for the delivery of defined project outcomes/results.   

CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT

Our Programmes Work
The British Council creates international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries and builds trust between them worldwide. Our work is organised into the separate business areas of Arts, English and Education and Society.
Arts: New ways of connecting with and understanding each other through the arts
English: More widespread and better quality teaching, learning and assessment of English worldwide
Education: Enhanced UK leadership of and shared learning from international education
Society: Societies whose young people, citizens and institutions contribute to and benefit from a more inclusive, open and prosperous world 

 

 

OTHER IMPORTANT FEATURES AND REQUIREMENTS OF JOB 
The post holder is required to travel extensively between the three offices, and occasionally work unsocial hours.


If you are interested to apply, for further information please see the documents below:
British Council Behaviours
BC Core skills.pdf
Role Profile.pdf

Closing date: 
UK time: 23:59, 10 November 2019
Pak time: 4:59, 11 November 2019

The British Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunity. British Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its partners to share this commitment. In line with the British Council’s Child Protection policy, any appointment is contingent on thorough checks. In the UK, and in other countries where appropriate systems exist, these include criminal records checks.