IBP Coordinator, Fairer Labour Migration IBP
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IBP Coordinator, Fairer Labour Migration IBP, Fixed Term Contract, Dhaka, Deadline - 14 November 2019
British Council is offering an exciting opportunity for a development professional interested in tackling the complex issues of Fairer Labour Migration.British Council is looking for a Coordinator for its Fairer Labour Migration project as part of the British Council PROKAS Programme. S/he will coordinate action on Fairer Labour Migration contributing to internal knowledge sharing and best practice development. This is a great opportunity to use existing consulting, project coordination, 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 in the development sector and in governance programmes.
• Experience of working with CSOs, government, or private sector / trade bodies.
• Good understanding of migration, gender equality and social inclusion in development sector.
• Good understanding of transparency and governance issues in Bangladesh.
• Experience in partnership management, programme development and programme implementation.
• Good communication, facilitation, presentation and representation skills.
• Strong understanding of gender and diversity issues and experience in integrating these into programme.


• 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:
Terms of Reference.pdf
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Submission Deadline: BD Time 23:59; 14 November 2019

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