British Council Job Circular
Project Coordinator – SocietyThe British Council is the United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We operate in 110 countries. Our purpose is to create international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries and build trust between them worldwide.
British Council invites applications for the position of Project Coordinator – Society
Number of positions: 01
The successful applicant will be expected to:
- Co-ordinate the delivery of specified project activities and undertake specified technical/support tasks
- Develop clear understanding on activity plan for assigned project, budget required for activities and develop cash-flow projection for each month by liaising with Project Manager, and report on any variances occurred on previous month’s cash-flow projection.
- Support the Project Manager in implementing Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Framework for assigned projects
- Work closely with delivery partners to gather impact stories, case studies and prepare the stories and case studies to share through external and internal communication channels
- Provide all necessary admin and logistics support to the respective team
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills both in English and Bangla
- Excellent computer skills
- At least two (02) years’ work experience in the Civil Society/ NGO sector.
- Graduate in any discipline.
- Monthly salary BDT 44,326 (Consolidated)
- Transport allowance of BDT 8000.00 per month plus other benefits according to the organisation’s policy
- Professional development opportunities
- Medical benefits upon confirmation on the post for the staff and their family members (spouse/declared partner and children)
- Experience of working in an international organisation includes good work life balance and flexible working hours
Project Coordinator- Society
Closing date: 2 January 2017
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