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Job: Program Manager, Cultural Affairs Office, US Embassy in London

July 8, 2015 @ 00:00 - 17:30

Program Manager, Cultural Affairs Office
Open To:
All Interested Candidates
Position Title:
Program Manager, Cultural Affairs Office
Reference:
15/37
Opening Date:
June 24, 2015
Closing Date:
July 8, 2015 at COB (5.30 pm)
Work Hours:
Full-Time, 40 hours per week
Salary:
Without U.S. Government experience – £39,389 gross starting salary per annum, (consisting of: basic salary £34,422, London weighting £2,100 and bonus £2,867). Plus discounted health care plan.

With U.S. Government experience – £42,373 gross starting salary per annum, (consisting of: basic salary £37,176, London weighting £2,100 and bonus £3,097). Plus discounted health care plan.

We are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for a Program Manager to join the U.S. Embassy London’s Cultural Affairs Office. This will be a fast paced and high pressure career opportunity where you will play an integral part in managing all aspects of public and cultural programs designed to improve the image of the U.S. in the U.K.

Creativity and meticulous planning are key attributes you will need to have to do the job. It is a role that will vary from day to day – from organizing academic conferences, exhibitions, performances, guest speaker events and receptions – to advising the Ambassador and senior officials on where the Embassy should be positioned in the U.K.’s cultural, political, economic and educational worlds. Are you fully au fait with U.K. and U.S. academic, political, business, social and cultural influencers? You will be called upon to utilize your professional contacts of key stakeholders within these sectors while at the same time cultivate new partnerships with U.K. Government ministers, well-known artists and senior academics.

Your portfolio is extensive and will also include taking charge of all administrative aspects of the position. You will manage information-gathering; draft and write program reports, action memos, briefing memos and advisory opinions for the Ambassador and other senior officials and advise contact organizations on developing funding requests which are targeted to meet Embassy goals.

This career opportunity promises to be varied and challenging. On occasion, we will require a flexible approach to working overtime outside of regular work hours (weekends, evenings and public holidays).
Interested? Then we would like to hear from you! For full details see:
http://london.usembassy.gov/hrd/1537.html

Details

Date:
July 8, 2015
Time:
00:00 - 17:30
Event Category:
Website:
http://london.usembassy.gov/hrd/1537.html

Venue

US Embassy, London
24 Grosvenor Square
London, W1A 2LQ United Kingdom
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Phone:
020 7499 9000
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