Teaching Centre Operations Manager

The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We create friendly knowledge and understanding between the people of the UK and other countries. We do this by making a positive contribution to the UK and the countries we work with changing lives by creating opportunities, building connections and engendering trust.

British Council invites applications for the position of Teaching Centre Operations Manager.

No of position/s – 01

Duration – Indefinite

Main Accountabilities

  • Contribute to the growth of the teaching business through the maintenance of structures and systems, which ensure the effective running of the operation.
  • To ensure that utilisation rates for contract teachers are maximised
  • To ensure utilisation of premises maximises income generating potential through timetabling of class types, levels, lengths and times
  • To form classes in a way that maximises average class sizes and meets local targets in this regard
  • To allocate teachers in a way that maximises benefits for the Centre in terms of cost while meeting customer satisfaction targets and quality standards for individual courses and contracts
  • Ensure a rigorous and robust approach to the management of resources and costs in order to ensure that they are maximally deployed.
  • To ensure month reporting to the Teaching Centre Manager is accurate and timely
  • Plan, communicate and manage working schedules for teachers, operations staff, temps and YLAs, ensuring staff work-life balance needs are incorporated
  • Manage teachers’ pay claims, monitor spend on overtime and report on potential overspend
  • Oversee preparations for the start of new terms including ordering of course materials, pre-course notifications to students, classroom arrangements and necessary student movements
  • Conduct customer research and market analysis and analyse the data to inform service quality development
  • Supervise the maintenance and analyses of Teaching Centre records and systems including: registration figures, CRM reports, sales performance reports, debtor and credit management, deferred income, TCMS data reports
  • Line manage a minimum of three staff members all in accordance with corporate standards
  • Work effectively with diversity as an essential and integral part of daily work and consistently meet the British Council’s Equal Opportunities and Diversity policy and standards in carrying out all internal and external duties

And will have the following skills and experience

  • Proven ability to deliver tasks to tight deadlines
  • IT skills of a level to be able to use Excel, SAP plus internet, word processing and database resources
  • Proven ability to work with figures and numbers
  • Proven strong planning and organisational skills
  • Experience of operations management of a small-medium sized operation
  • Ability to work in a way that promotes the safety and wellbeing of children.

We can offer

  • Monthly salary BDT 93,750 (Consolidated).
  • Transport allowance of Tk 9000.00 per month plus other benefits according to the organisation’s policy
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Experience of working in an international organisation includes good work life balance and flexible working hours.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and called for interview. We will only shortlist applications submitted on a British Council application form submitted electronically through jobs portal. Any hard copies of the application and incomplete application in the portal will not be accepted.

To apply, please click on the following link that will take you to the Jobs portal of British Council

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Closing date: 19 December 2018

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