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      • Director, Research at British Council

      • Department: Education & Society Duration: Fixed Term of 2 years, renewable by mutual consent Report to: Director Programmes Job Category: Business Development/Partnerships Pay Band: Pay Band 8 E
        • 06 June, 2018
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      • IELTS Examiners at British Council

      • Working Hours: Weekend working is usually required Description We are looking for examiners to conduct one to one interviews with IELTS candidates to assess their spoken English according to set r
        • 25 April, 2018
      • Programme Officer at British Council

      • Location: Adamawa Department: Education & Society Job Category: Project Management Pay Band: Locally appointed Grade G Duration: Fixed Term (till December 2020) Role Type: Business Delivery Repor
        • 13 April, 2018
      • Exams Venue Staff at British Council

      • Role Type: Business Delivery Pay Band: N/A Duration: 3 years Reports to: Exams Training Manager / Product Managers Vacancy Description: Part-time/Temporary work to invigilate exams and support Exams S
        • 13 April, 2018
      • Deputy Security Manager at British Council

      • The PersonWe are looking for someone that can: Provide sound, accurate and reliable security updates to colleagues and act as local Point of Contact (POC) on security matters for staff operating in
        • 02 April, 2018
      • Head of Customer Service at British Council

      • Region: Sub Saharan Africa Department: English & Exams Job Category: Customer Services Pay Band: 7 Job Type: Indefinite Reports to: Country Exams Manager Purpose of Job Ensure the highest qual
        • 26 February, 2018
      • Driver at British Council

      • Role Type: Business Delivery Pay Band: 1/kDuration: Fixed Term (Three Years)Reports to: State Office Admin & Resource Assistant Role Purpose The Driver will be responsible for providing safe,
        • 12 February, 2018
      • Programme Change Manager at British Council

      • Role Type: Advisory, Policy and Expertise Pay Band: PB 8 - E Duration: Fixed Term (Two Years) Reports to: Director Operations Nigeria Role Purpose       To provide profess
        • 19 January, 2018
      • Accountant (Maternity Cover) at British Council

      • Role Type: Advisory, Policy and Expertise Pay Band: PB4-H Duration: Fixed Term (Six Months) Role Purpose This role is for  a fixed term and as a maternity cover. The post holder will be a me
        • 14 December, 2017
      • Director, Research at British Council

      • Pay Band: 8 Duration: Fixed Term of 2 years, renewable by mutual consent Role Type: Policy, Advisory & Expertise Reports to: Director Programmes Role purpose Lead on the delivery of high profi
        • 04 December, 2017
      • Accountant - Exams at British Council

      • Department: Finance Pay Band: Pay Band 4 Role Purpose To ensure and provide assurance to the Country Exams Manager and Senior Accountant that transactions have been completely, accurately and appr
        • 18 September, 2017
      • Accounting Assistant at British Council

      • Role Type: Transaction Processing Reports to: Senior Accountant Pay Band: 2 Duration of job: Indefinite Role Purpose To support the delivery of the financial and business processes and systems in
        • 18 September, 2017

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The British Council is the United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations. The British Council creates international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries and builds trust between them worldwide. We call this cultural relations. We build trust and understanding for the UK to create a safer and more prosperous world. In terms of our reach and impact, we are the world’s leading cultural relations organisation. Cultural relations is a component of international relations which focuses on developing people-to-people links and complements government-to-people and government-to-government contact. We use English, Arts, and Education and Society - the best of the UK’s great cultural assets - to bring people together and to attract partners to working with the UK. The British Council has over 7,000 staff working in 191 offices in 110 countries and territories. The British Council in Nigeria The British Council was established in 1934 and has been in Nigeria since 1943. We currently operate from offices in Abuja, Kano, Lagos and Port-Harcourt and continue to engage in cultural relations work, building links between citizens of the United Kingdom and Nigeria. Our activities are delivered through our Arts, Education, English and Society business units as well as a thriving exams unit providing opportunities for thousands of Nigeria to acquire globally recognised qualifications.
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