This is an exciting opportunity for professionals who have experience of multi- teaching centres business management.
WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING AND WHY You will be developing and delivering the English Strategic Business Unit (ESBU) country business strategy and plan, including all financial and non-financial targets while ensuring the activities meet cultural relations, business and operational objectives and that are appropriately aligned to corporate strategies.
WHAT IS INTERESTING ABOUT IT
You will be playing a part in the development and delivery of regional strategy, leadership, policy and decision making.
You will also contribute to the implementation of global strategy through leading or participating in a range of corporate initiatives as required.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
You should bring along a first Degree or equivalency by experience and relevant teaching qualifications.
You must have experience of teaching centre management of a medium scale, multi-centre business, including management of teams and resources - marketing, customer service
You shall have a proven track record of negotiating, agreeing, establishing and delivering income generation and impact targets.
You must have experience of Child Protection / working with children / managing staff working with children.
WHY WORK FOR US? At the British Council, we value equality, diversity and inclusion; we value our staff even more. We believe in the quality of work you can bring to the table without rigid working hours and we work on a 37.5-hour work week. You will find yourself having the opportunity to sit with various departments in office because we hot-desk! Last but not least, the rest of the standard corporate benefits will apply.
If this sounds like what you are looking for, apply today – or before we close this on 11 August 2019 (23:59 UK Time).
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