British Council Ethiopia
  • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Feb 17, 2018
British Council Invitation for  Mobile application and web-based database system development. The British Council is the United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations operating in more than 110 countries and territories worldwide and has been in Ethiopia for the last 71 years.The British Council, which is one of the major partners of the Federal Ministry of Education of Ethiopia, has been involved and has made contributions to the development of the education sector in Ethiopia. Currently, through the Quality Education Strategic Support Programme (QESSP) funded by DFID,British Council is supporting the Ministry of Educations on capacity building; policy dialogue and enhancing evidence-based decision making capabilities. Development partners including the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) have provided support to the education sector for several years. DFID supports the Ethiopian general education sector through its General Education Quality Improvement Programme (GEQIP) and the Quality Education Strategic Support Programme (QESSP).  The Minister of Education has now registered an interest in developing road map for the education development for about fifteen years along with the medium-term period of the national vision.   The Education Sector is the key driving force to bringing structural transformation in the economy and achieving the country’s vision of reaching middle income in 2025.  Ethiopia’s transformation plan demands for increasing the ability of the education system to prepare young Ethiopians to competently address the vision and challenges that the country has defined for its long journey towards prosperity. The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the British Council through The Quality Education Strategic Support Programme (QESSP), funded with UK aid from the UK government, has recently started a delivery approach in the education sector throughout the nation.  Through this delivery approach, more than 60 indicators were developed to track 9 strategies. A comprehensive performance indicator reference sheet (PIRS) is developed with a detailed definition, frequency, responsible body for collecting data and disaggregation. This invitation is therefore issued to interested and capable firms to automate these processes - data collection, analysis and feedback.    Job Requirements British Council Ethiopia therefore invites interested service providers to submit a tender for the supply of:   “ Mobile application and web-based database system development.”  in accordance with the Request for Proposal (RFP) Pack available from British Council’s e-Tendering portal hosted at   https://in-tendhost.co.uk/britishcouncil The following Bid Pack is available to download from the Portal: List of Annexes forming part of the RFP RFP- Request for proposal bid document Supplier Response  Pricing Approach Terms and Conditions of Contract   How to Apply Instructions to service suppliers Proposals must be submitted via the British Council’s e-Tendering portal hosted at  https://in-tendhost.co.uk/britishcouncil Tenders must be received by 16:00 UK time, on 28 February 2018 and be valid for 3 months.  Tenders submitted after the due time and date will not be accepted Please contact the Contract Officer immediately via email to:  Esayyas.Alemu@et.britishcouncil.org   or  Yalew.Desta@et.britishcouncil.org  if you cannot access the RFP documents in the e-Tendering portal hosted at   https://in-tendhost.co.uk/britishcouncil . 
British Council Ethiopia Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Full time
Jan 24, 2018
British Council Ethiopia The British Council Ethiopia Arts team currently runs two flagship programmes, namely Creative Futures and East Africa Arts Programme. There are key events to be delivered on the Creative Futures programme in the following few months. And thus our Arts Teams is looking to recruit an Arts Programme Officer (3months contract with the possibility of extension) to help the delivery of Creative Futures programme in particular. Specific duties will include: Provide administrative, financial and logistical support to ensure the successful delivery of all related activities  Work with the respective teams, to ensure that all project related procurement, contracting and payments are completed according to British Council procedures and client requirements.  Assist in the identification, assessment, reporting and management of risks Help to manage programmes budgets to corporate standards Help to ensure that outcomes and impact are measured and reported according to corporate standards and client requirements Identify risks and escalate as appropriate to Arts Manager  Support implementation of  the evaluation strategy for Creative Futures  Provide market intelligence and information, maintain and develop close understanding links within the sector Assist in ensuring that Creative Futures activities  are marketed to the highest standards internally and externally and attract the target audience  Other administrative work as required. Support other programmes when required. How to apply If you are interested, please email us filled application form with your CV (2 pages maximum) and Covering Letter (1 page maximum) to et.recruitment@britishcouncil.org   by no later than 9 pm Sunday 28 th  January 2018.   Please note:   L ate submissions will not be accepted Applicants who do not follow above instructions will not be considered for this role 
British Council Ethiopia Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Full time