British Council recrute Plusieurs Profils

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British Council recrute Plusieurs Profils sur Casablanca et Rabat: 

-Hourly Paid Teacher.
-Arts Cluster Project Coordinator.
-Arts Cluster Project Manager.

Le British Council est une organisation culturelle internationale qui a pour mission de promouvoir l’apprentissage de l’anglais et la compréhension interculturelle à travers le monde. Elle a été fondée en 1934 et est financée par le gouvernement britannique.

Le British Council opère dans plus de 100 pays à travers le monde, offrant des services d’apprentissage de l’anglais, des programmes d’échange culturel, des événements artistiques et des projets éducatifs. Les programmes du British Council sont conçus pour aider les gens à développer leur langue anglaise, à améliorer leurs compétences professionnelles et à accroître leur compréhension de la culture britannique.

L’un des programmes phares du British Council est l’enseignement de l’anglais. Les cours sont offerts à tous les niveaux, de débutant à avancé, et sont dispensés par des enseignants qualifiés dans des centres d’enseignement à travers le monde. Le British Council est également un chef de file mondial dans la recherche et la création de matériel d’enseignement de l’anglais.

Le British Council offre également des programmes d’échange culturel pour les étudiants, les enseignants et les professionnels. Ces programmes permettent aux participants de découvrir de nouvelles cultures, de nouer des relations avec des gens du monde entier et de développer leurs compétences linguistiques et professionnelles.

Enfin, le British Council organise des événements artistiques pour promouvoir la culture britannique à travers le monde. Ces événements incluent des festivals de musique, des expositions d’art, des spectacles de théâtre et des projections de films.


Hourly Paid Teacher

Role Purpose: The purpose of this role is to provide an enriching and engaging English language learning experience to learners while promoting quality teaching and effective learning of English. The role also supports the broader aims of the British Council and its cultural relations mission.

Role Context: As a Core Teacher, you will play a crucial role in supporting the British Council’s global English strategy by delivering high-quality teaching in line with the British Council Global Teaching Standards. You will also contribute to the organization’s reputation as a world leader in English Language Teaching (ELT) and participate in ongoing professional development to maintain the highest standards of teaching and learning.

Main Accountabilities:

Teaching:

  • Develop and deliver high-quality English language teaching that caters to diverse customer groups, taking into account individual learning needs and modes of learning.
  • Ensure that teaching meets British Council Global Teaching Standards and aligns with organizational and learner expectations.
  • Monitor students’ progress and provide regular feedback to promote learner autonomy and progress.
  • Engage in ongoing professional development and performance management to maintain British Council’s position at the forefront of ELT practices.

Teaching Centre Activities:

  • Participate in teaching centre activities and contribute to the development, evaluation, and improvement of English language courses, materials, and related services.
  • Support local marketing and promotional strategies and provide excellent customer service through effective communication with students.
  • Complete teaching-related administrative tasks to specified standards and uphold professional responsibilities and values.

Customers & Stakeholders:

  • Maintain positive relationships with customers and colleagues.
  • Educate customers about the British Council’s cultural relations role and create opportunities for students to gain an understanding of the UK and its values through intercultural interactions in and out of class.

Compliance:

  • Adhere to guidelines and policies relating to Safeguarding, Data Protection, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Special Educational Needs, and Health and Safety.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion:

  • Incorporate Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) considerations when planning and delivering lessons and interacting with customers and colleagues.

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Arts Cluster Project Coordinator

Role Purpose:

Supports the Arts programme team in the implementation of programmes and projects in Morocco and Maghreb (Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria) in compliance with British Council policies and procedures including financial admin, reporting and data collection, operational project delivery and managing relations with delivery partners.

Main Accountabilities:

Managing self and others

  • Holds vendors and suppliers to account for delivering services.
  • Has the ability to work independently and manage workload against project deadlines.

Financial Support

  • Plans and reports on project financial plans and budget expenditure and forecasting to Programme Managers; manages smaller budgets.
  • Maintains clear and up-to-date records on all financial transactions as per audit requirements.
  • Ensures relationships with vendors are maintained and payments are processed on time and in accordance with FABS on-line system (SAP Finance) guidelines.
  • Compliance to BC financial policies and procedures.

Project Coordination

  • Responsible for data management including timely data entry, quality assurance of data, undertaking basic analysis of monitoring data, and developing progress reports to meet needs of funders.
  • Supports internal compliance such as due diligence, records management, data collection and storage.
  • Manages grants administration, selection & evaluation, and procurement processes.
  • Manages events-based components and trainings within a programme.
  • Supports the project / programme manager in implementing diversity mainstreaming action plans and contributes to it.
  • Supports, where needed, project delivery & implementation at the regional level.
  • Manages relationships with clients/partners/stakeholders at appropriate level.
  • Manages relationship with vendors and suppliers and holds them to account for delivering services.
  • Supports with preparation of internal and external communication briefs and social media posts on Arts projects.

Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI)

  • Actively contributes to an inclusive and anti-racist organisational culture, being aware of your own biases, and taking action to mitigate against these. Ensuring people feel valued and are treated equitably, with support for people’s well-being and mental health.
  • Understand the British Council’s approach to equality, diversity and inclusion and how it applies to your role and make time for learning and development relating to EDI and anti-racism.

About You (essential requirements for the role):

  • University degree or equivalent level of experience
  • Arabic & French – written and spoken fluency
  • English – written and spoken level (CEFR level B2) 
  • Experience of working in a supporting role on programmes or projects.    
  • Administrative and financial administration experience.        
  • Good understanding of basic concepts of monitoring and evaluation, and how they are central to good project management.
  • Good writing skills

Desirable requirements for the role

  • Experience working in the arts sector

Further Information 

  • Role:  Arts Cluster Project Coordinator
  • Number of positions: 1
  • Pay Band: Grade 4/H
  • Location:  Morocco
  • Contract type:  Fixed term contract as per local labour law.
  • Closing date: 15th May 2023
  • Salary: 9180 MAD and Transport allowance: 500 MAD
  • Other:  This role is open to candidates who have the right to work and are based/located in Morocco.

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Arts Cluster Project Manager

Role Purpose:

The Maghreb Arts Cluster Manager in Morocco will be responsible for delivering our arts programme portfolio in Morocco and the Maghreb cluster (Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria). He/She will work with a small team of colleagues in Maghreb and the broader MENA region to plan and deliver impact for the local cultural sector and UK cultural professionals.  He/She will also contribute to the delivery of potential regional and global multi-country projects that involve Maghreb as and when required.

The Maghreb Arts Cluster Manager in Morocco will be responsible for the implementation of projects with a low medium/low level of complexity funded by British Council or by another client or funding mechanism – delivered through some or all of the Arts four global programmes: Culture Connects, Spotlights on Culture, Creative Economy and Arts Responds to Global Challenges. He/She will lead the successful delivery of a range of projects from start to finish including managing the contract or project plan, managing client or internal stakeholders, successfully achieving reporting and meeting compliance standards.

Main Accountabilities:

Sector mobilisation

  • Uses their own knowledge on the arts and creative industries, intelligence and insight from other sector stakeholders, opinion formers and funders to support the ongoing development of cluster or regional arts programmes that will meet the specific needs of Morocco and Maghreb while also providing value to a diverse range of UK arts and creative industry organisations.   
  • Through ongoing relationships with the Global and regional Arts team, builds and maintains good understanding of UK arts and creative industry sector priorities as well as Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) and other Her Majesty’s Government (HMG) priorities. 
  • Identifies and develops opportunities for the UK Arts sector to work in and collaborate with peers in Morocco and Maghreb.

Relationship & Stakeholder management

  • Develops and maintains relationships with delivery partners and stakeholders within Morocco (and other Maghreb countries) and is able to procure services and contract delivery partners.
  • Holds suppliers to account for delivering against grant agreement or contract.
  • Communicates internally and externally about a project’s success/challenges and lessons learned.

Leadership & Management

  • Manages Arts Programme Coordinator / delivery team.
  • Manages all Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) processes and ensures comprehensive use of internal tools in programme design and delivery. Maintains an oversight of the action plan developed through the use of internal EDI tools.
  • Builds strong internal relationships and networks

Programme Management

  • Contributes to development of, owns and delivers on Project Management Plan
  • Responsible for management of key Arts events or activities to be held in Morocco and other Maghreb countries.
  • Supports, where needed, with the development, management, monitoring & evaluation of arts projects at the regional level.
  • Identifies risks in a project or programme and puts together mitigation strategies with Country or Regional teams.
  • Responsible for internal and client relationships, procurement, contracting, compliance and reporting.
  • Checks on and reports on compliance.
  • Manages procurement on a project/programme.
  • Responsible for data management including timely data entry, quality assurance of data, undertaking basic analysis of monitoring data, and developing progress reports to meet funding needs.
  • Undertakes programme-specific data collection as needed. This includes working with colleagues to identify indicators and tools for data collection, quality assuring all data, and undertaking basic analysis.

Business Development

  • Supports the identification and development of professional networks, relationships and partnerships to increase the British Council’s impact and reputation in the Arts.
  • Coordinates research in country/regional context such as analysis of client and partner trends and opportunities 
  • Ensures high quality and accurate pipeline data for country/pillar.
  • Conducts specific pipeline and partner/competitor analysis to contribute to business development planning and prioritisation.
  • Provides support with development of new business proposals, ensuring that internal and external professional standards are met.
  • Ensures timely reporting and communication on externally funded contracts/grant funded initiatives.

Financial Management

  • Manages and controls the agreed budget, expenditure and income against plans, ensure accuracy of reports and ensure sound financial management and analysis across the portfolio through monthly finance reviews and quarterly business reviews.
  • Ensures timely and accurate planning and forecasting, timely reporting of risks, including financial and identify opportunities and mitigation actions
  • Ensures compliance to British Council financial policies and procedures.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)

  • Actively contributes to an inclusive and anti-racist organisational culture, being aware of your own biases, and taking action to mitigate against these. Ensuring people feel valued and are treated equitably, with support for people’s well-being and mental health.
  • Understand the British Council’s approach to equality, diversity and inclusion and how it applies to your role and make time for learning and development relating to EDI and anti-racism.

About You (essential requirements for the role):

  • University degree or equivalent level of experience
  • Arabic & French – written and spoken fluency
  • English – excellent written and spoken level (CEFR level C1) 
  • Experience in managing arts projects in Morocco and/or other Maghreb countries
  • Understanding of current trends and practices in arts and creative industry in Morocco and Maghreb.
  • Experience of building partnerships with a diverse range of arts and culture stakeholders – including governmental and funding partners (trusts, foundations, institutional donors)
  • Strong network building skills and an active and up-to-date network of diverse arts sector contacts
  • Strong written and spoken communication skills
  • Experience of managing projects from start to finish and familiarity with project life-cycles.
  • Understanding of procurement, evaluation, and reporting requirements of projects.
  • Proven experience of managing project finances
  • Experience of managing stakeholders
  • Experience of using technology in project delivery.
  • Good understanding and experience of supporting monitoring and evaluation.

Desirable requirements for the role

  • Foundation level Project Management certificate or equivalent work experience.

Further Information 

  • Role:  Arts Cluster Project Manager
  • Number of positions: 1
  • Pay Band: Grade 6 / G
  • Location:  Morocco
  • Contract type:  Fixed term contract as per local labour law.
  • Closing date: 15th May 2023
  • Other:  This role is open to candidates who have the legal right to work and based/located in Morocco.

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