Deputy Director Bangladesh
Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh // Salary: circa £90K package
The British Council was founded to create ‘a friendly knowledge and understanding’ between the people of the UK and wider world by making a positive contribution to the countries we work with, and in doing so making a lasting difference to the UK’s international standing, prosperity and security. The programmes we use to do this are wide-ranging and cover the arts, education, English, science and society.
We have an excellent opportunity fora Deputy Director Bangladesh to lead programme delivery, to inform the strategic development of British Council Bangladesh, to support the wider British Council, reach and engage with core audiences in Bangladesh and to contribute to the region’s development through support for core initiatives.
- Management experience at senior level leading a medium-large, diverse and complex operation internationally
- Strong record in business development and financial literacy
- Excellent relationship building and influencing skills at senior level
- Ability to operate in a high risk security and financial environment
- Experience of motivating teams to deliver in difficult environments and achieve results
- To ensure all our programmes are audience led and aligned to strategic geographical priorities
- To develop and deliver a portfolio of full cost recovery, Grant and Partnership programmes to realise our ambitions and business targets
- Moving the programmes team towards a Professional Services Model
- To be a major strategic partner for full cost recovery work in a highly internationally competitive market and increase access to high levels of internal expertise
- To support the Business Development Team to shift perceptions of what the British Council does with investors and partners.
- To lead training and skills development across teams on financial modelling
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Closing Date: 16 December 2016
Equality Comment & Equality of Opportunity (UK)
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The British Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and is keen to reflect the diversity of UK society at every level within the organisation. We welcome applications from all sections of the community. 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.