Project Manager, Tackling Modern Slavery in Vietnam

Job title: Project Manager, Tackling Modern Slavery in Vietnam (VIE-1728)

Job Responsibilities


Tackling Modern Slavery in Vietnam project is funded by the UK Home Office and implemented by a consortium composed of International Organisation of Migration, British Council and World Vision.  International Organisation for Migration (IOM) is the consortium lead. 

The Project is expected to achieve the following three broad impact areas: 1) Preventing vulnerable populations from becoming victims, 2) Strengthening the judicial response to human trafficking and 3) Supporting the rehabilitation and reintegration of victims of trafficking.

As the Project Manager, you will need to:

  • ensure successful delivery and management of the Tackling Modern Slavery from Vietnam Project, funded by the Home Office, in compliance with Home Office and the British Council’s requirements. 
  • oversee financial management to ensure sound client and programme financial planning, management and reporting is in place, and ensure the risks are identified, logged, managed and reported internally and externally in a timely manner and to British Council project management standards, in close liaison with the Team Leader.

For more information please see the Role profile.

Job Requirements   

The ideal candidate should have:

  • minimum five years of relevant work experience in project management including line management and external representation
  • experience of managing partners and sub-contractors in delivering programme objectives and activities.
  • a recognized degree-level qualification in social science or relevant working experience.

For further information please see Role Profile and British Council Generic Behaviours

Employment Benefits   

  • Payband 7/F – Competitive
  • Standard working hours of 37.5 hours and five days a week
  • 24 days of Annual Leave per annum, 15 days public holidays (combination of Vietnam and UK public holidays)
  • Comprehensive Medical Insurance package for you and your family members (eligible spouse and children only)
  • Annual health check
  • Other benefits regulated in the TACOS
  • Extensive training and development opportunities, both local and within the global network

The British Council offers an international working environment and growth prospects for the future as part of a rapidly expanding organisation.

Start Date: As soon as possible

Closing Date: 4 December 2018 (23:59 UK Time)

The British Council offers an international working environment and growth prospects for the future as part of a rapidly expanding organisation.

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Job Details
Organisation Name: 
British Council
Application Deadline: 
Tue, 2018-12-04