Climate Induced Migration Issue Based Project (IBP) Manager
South Asia
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Project Management
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Climate Induced Migration Issue Based Project (IBP) Manager, Fixed Term Contract, Dhaka, Deadline - 10 November 2019
British Council is offering an exciting opportunity for a development professional interested in tackling the complex issues of Climate Induced Migration. 

British Council is looking for a Manager for its Climate Induced Migration project as part of the British Council PROKAS Programme. S/he will lead action on Climate Induced Migration and be an active member of the broader PROKAS strategic team, contributing to internal knowledge sharing, best practice development and team engagement. This is a great opportunity to use existing consulting, project management and technical skills, while growing capabilities within a rapidly growing programme.

The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We are on the ground in six continents and over 100 countries, bringing international opportunity to life, every day.
What we are looking for:

• Experience of working on governance and advocacy projects in Bangladesh;
• Experience of working with CSOs, government, political institutions, or private sector / trade bodies;
• Good understanding of climate and migration issues in Bangladesh Good understanding of the transparency and accountability / wider governance issues in Bangladesh;
• Understanding of principles of collective action;
• A politically smart thinker


• Respectful culture with a great team
• Flexible work environment
• Opportunity to affect real change .

If you are interested in applying, please see the Terms of Reference attached for further information:

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Submission Deadline: BD Time 23:59; 10 November 2019

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