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EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

The British Council creates international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries and builds trust between them worldwide. Our work involves developing relationships with people from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures. Working effectively with diversity and promoting equality of opportunity is therefore an essential part of our work.

CHILD PROTECTION POLICY

The British Council believes that all children have potential and that every child matters – everywhere in the world. The British Council affirms the position that all children have the right to be protected from all forms of abuse as set out in article 19, United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) 1989.

 Are you a teacher who would like to teach with the British Council in Burma? If so we invite you to visit our teacher recruitment page.

Training Coordinator

We are looking for a Training and Professional Development Coordinator to support the delivery of quality teaching across our Burma operations

Job aim 

  • To promote and ensure quality teaching and effective learning of English across our teaching operations
  • To manage the training, professional development and performance management of the teaching community working closely with specialist coordinators across products and branches
  • To contribute to and implement Burma Teaching Centre strategy and objectives in order to meet learner income and impact targets and enhance British Council’s reputation in Burma as an expert provider of ELT.
Internal reference code BUR-T-1889
Location Rangoon, Burma
Salary bracket Salaries are divided into two components - US dollars and sterling.  You will be placed on the 10-point teacher’s salary scale depending on qualifications and experience. 
The current scale ranges from: US$15,660 – 20,532 gross per year and GBP 7,740 – 8,700 gross per year.
Duration 2-year contract (renewable)
Working hours 12-18 contact teaching hours per week
Annual leave 40 days (whilst Burma remains an ECA category F country) and public holidays as determined by the British Council (approx. 14 days).

Closing date :  12 February 2019

How to apply:  https://tinyurl.com/BUR-T-1889e

Branch Academic Coordinator

We are looking for a Branch Academic Coordinator to support the delivery of quality teaching across our Burma operations.

 Job aim 

  • To promote and ensure quality teaching and effective learning of English across our teaching operations
  • To support the delivery of high-quality services in our Branches, working closely with the Academic, Operations, Marketing and Sales and Customer Management teams
  • To contribute to and implement Burma Teaching Centre strategy and objectives in order to meet learner income and impact targets and enhance British Council’s reputation in Burma as an expert provider of ELT. 
Internal reference code BUR-T-1891
Location Rangoon, Burma
Salary bracket Salaries are divided into two components - US dollars and sterling.  You will be placed on the 10-point teacher’s salary scale depending on qualifications and experience. 
The current scale ranges from: US$15,660 – 20,532 gross per year and GBP 7,740 – 8,700 gross per year.
Duration 2-year contract (renewable)
Working hours 12-18 contact teaching hours per week
Annual leave 40 days (whilst Burma remains an ECA category F country) and public holidays as determined by the British Council (approx. 14 days).

Closing date :  12 February 2019

How to apply:  https://tinyurl.com/BUR-T-1891e

Professional Development Unit Coordinator

We are looking for a Professional Development Unit Coordinator to support the academic pursuit and delivery of our contract work in Rangoon and Nay Pyi Taw.

 Job aim 

  • To promote and ensure quality teaching and effective learning of English across our teaching operations
  • To support the delivery of high-quality services in our Branches, working closely with the Academic, Operations, Marketing and Sales and Customer Management teams
  • To contribute to and implement Burma Teaching Centre strategy and objectives in order to meet learner income and impact targets and enhance British Council’s reputation in Burma as an expert provider of ELT. 
Internal reference code BUR-T-1892
Location Rangoon, Burma
Salary bracket Salaries are divided into two components - US dollars and sterling.  You will be placed on the 10-point teacher’s salary scale depending on qualifications and experience. 
The current scale ranges from: US$15,660 – 20,532 gross per year and GBP 7,740 – 8,700 gross per year.
Duration 2-year contract (renewable)
Working hours 12-18 contact teaching hours per week
Annual leave 40 days (whilst Burma remains an ECA category F country) and public holidays as determined by the British Council (approx. 14 days).

Closing date :  12 February 2019

How to apply: https://tinyurl.com/BUR-T-1892e

Young Learners Coordinator(Secondary and YA)

We are looking for a Young Learner Coordinator (Secondary and Young Adults) to support the delivery of quality teaching across our Burma operations.

Job aim 

  • To promote and ensure quality teaching and effective learning of English across our teaching operations
  • To support the delivery of high-quality services for our Secondary and Young Adult classes, working closely with the Academic, Operations, Marketing and Sales and Customer Management teams
  • To oversee the rollout of a new offer for the Secondary and Young Adult levels
  • To contribute to and implement Burma Teaching Centre strategy and objectives in order to meet learner income and impact targets and enhance British Council’s reputation in Burma as an expert provider of ELT.
Internal reference code BUR-T-1890
Location Rangoon, Burma
Salary bracket Salaries are divided into two components - US dollars and sterling.  You will be placed on the 10-point teacher’s salary scale depending on qualifications and experience. 
The current scale ranges from: US$15,660 – 20,532 gross per year and GBP 7,740 – 8,700 gross per year.
Duration 2-year contract (renewable)
Working hours 12-18 contact teaching hours per week
Annual leave 40 days (whilst Burma remains an ECA category F country) and public holidays as determined by the British Council (approx. 14 days).

Closing date :  12 February 2019

How to apply: https://tinyurl.com/BUR-T-1890e

Business Development Manager, Exams

We are looking to recruit a Business Development Manager, Exams in Myanmar.

Job aim 

The purpose of this role is to develop and deliver the 2-year market led, integrated cross portfolio Business Development & Sales strategy aligned with Global/Regional Exams strategy working with other BC colleagues to leverage opportunities and create value.

Internal reference code MYA-388
Location Myanmar
Salary bracket  Pay band 4 (from USD 924 per month)
Duration Indefinite

Closing date :  17 February 2019

How to apply: https://tinyurl.com/MYA-388ex

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