Finance and Procurement:
▪ Support the Arts Manager Kenya with the procurement and granting of goods, finances and services in line with established corporate policies and guidelines;
▪ Be responsible for creating and managing purchase orders for Kenya’s East Africa Arts programme;
▪ Support the Arts Manager Kenya in the monitoring of arts programme budgets and cash flows in line with established corporate policies and guidelines;
▪ Ensure appropriate management of invoicing and payment of suppliers and vendors in a timely, compliant and efficient manner.
Monitoring and Evaluation:
▪ Work with Arts Manager Kenya to administer British Council’s monitoring and evaluation tool: Results and Evidence Framework Level 2. (Or whichever tool is currently approved and used by the British Council).
▪ Work with Arts Manager Kenya to collect and record all quantitative data within the deadline and according to corporate standards.
Equality, diversity and inclusion and Child Protection standards:
▪ Support the Arts Manager Kenya to ensure that programme delivery and activity reflect British Council EDI policy.
▪ Ensure that child protection policy and standards are followed and maintained for all relevant projects
▪ Support Arts Manager Kenya with the delivery of programme activity to agreed timelines, costs and performance indicators.
▪ Support Kenya arts team in organising and managing logistics related to programme delivery.
▪ Be responsible for programme records management, including contracts, and archiving in line with corporate policy on data protection and information management.
▪ Support arts team with the management, communication and coordination of key stakeholder groups.
▪ Build and manage an up to date Kenya East Africa Arts database, to corporate standards of confidentiality.
▪ Support communications teams from across the organisation to tell stories of the impact of the Arts and for British Council’s East Africa Arts programme.