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The British Council and Department for International Development are co-funding the Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL) programme (the “Programme”) from 2018 to 2021 to provide opportunities for pupils in Northern Ireland and in the global South to learn about and take action on global issues. Teachers can participate in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training to support their global learning practice and schools can apply for grants to support international school partnership projects. The Centre for Global Education has been contracted by the British Council as an Expert Lead Centre to manage delivery of CCGL in Northern Ireland.

The Centre for Global Education invites applications for the following post to support the delivery of the Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning Programme (CCGL):

Programme Manager

The post-holder’s responsibilities will include: creating and implementing a strategy for the recruitment of a targeted number of individual schools and clusters applying for international partnership grants; successfully recruiting teachers for the delivery of on-demand and scheduled training courses on global learning; leading and managing a team of high quality staff, freelance trainers and education consultants; managing the project budget; and overseeing programme monitoring, evaluation and reporting requirements.

Salary: £42,616 pro rata (plus employer’s NIC and Pension contributions)

Hours: 32 hours, part-time  

Duration of post: to 31 August 2021

Location of post: Centre for Global Education, 9 University Street, Belfast, BT7 1FY

How to Apply:

The application form should be received by e-mail along with the completed monitoring form to: by 10am on Monday 17 February 2020.

Programme Manager Job Description

Programme Manager Application Form

Monitoring Form

If you have any queries please phone Stephen McCloskey on (028) 9024 1879.

Centre for Global Education is committed to Equal Opportunities.