Vacancy at British Council (UK Education Services Coordinator, 1 Post)

The British Council is the UK’s international organization for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We create international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries and build trust between them worldwide.

British Council Myanmar currently operates through two main offices in Yangon and Mandalay and two project offices in Yangon.

We employ approximately 180 staff, including project staff, teachers and trainers. We operate as the Cultural Section of the British Embassy and our main Yangon office is co-located with the Embassy.

UK Education Services Coordinator, 1 Post

Location : Yangon
Salary : Pay band G (from $1249 per month)
Contract : Two Years Fixed Term Contract
Closing Date : 20 July 2016 (23:59 UK Time)

To encourage UK Institutions to build their presence and recruit students locally, as well as building partnerships between the sector in both countries, the Education Services Coordinator will provide marketing and consultancy services to UK education institutions including events, market scoping and research projects.

In this customer-facing role, you will prepare bids and proposals, support relationship building at all levels and act as an expert on market, policy and regulatory changes in Myanmar and the UK education market.

Suitable candidates for this job will need to show experience developing strategic marketing campaigns as well as building partnerships and developing business within the UK education sector.

In your application, please include evidence of the relevant experience which you possess, matched against the criteria listed in the Role Profile and Person Specification for this post.

Start Date: as soon as possible

Please see the links for more information.
http://bit.ly/MYA-901e
(or)
LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/bc-edu-services-coordinator

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