Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has been working with five States, supporting them on systemic, large scale transformation of their public education systems. BCG teams bring unparalleled experience and strategic systems thinking, providing end to end support to Departments of Education on conceptualizing the elements of a transformation, designing the different initiatives in a scalable sustainable manner, providing handholding/ implementation support, and overall ensuring a mission mode focus and accountability towards the achievement of improved learning outcomes across the organization.
The Education Alliance (TEA) is a non-profit organization registered in India to catalyze quality transformations in the public-school system through strategic partnership support. TEA aims to build an ecosystem in which governments can strategically partner with mission-oriented non-profit educational organizations to deliver high-quality education. Our goal is to empower government schools to create the next generation of leaders by transforming the quality of education offered in these schools. High-quality education for every child in India would call for a system that is accountable, collaborative, and equitable.
TEA sets up a Project Management Unit (PMU) to support the state education departments to partner more strategically with non-state actors and to design and deliver programs with the objective of building governments’ own capacity to sustain these initiatives post the exit of external partners. TEA currently has ongoing programs in Delhi, Tamil Nadu, and Madhya Pradesh.
The current opportunity is about working with the Madhya Pradesh Education Department on the BCG-led System Reform project in Bhopal. TEA will support BCG through a four-person team (1 Senior Manager and 3 Managers) to deliver on their commitments to the State.
TEA and BCG will both participate in the hiring process of individuals for the TEA team who will work closely with BCG for the education reform process being carried out in Madhya Pradesh. The consultants will however be full-time employees of TEA. The TEA employees would work in the same capacity and in a similar role as that of other BCG consultants staffed on the project.
The TEA employees will be based out of Bhopal* for the duration of the project (a minimum of 2 years starting from April 2020 until planned exit from State). During this period, they will be expected to connect with the central TEA team based in Delhi on a fortnightly basis.
Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to
Support program strategy and approach
On-ground implementation and monitoring
TEA knowledge and capacity-building
Required Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities:
Remuneration will be competitive with Indian philanthropy pay scales and will depend upon the candidate’s experience levels.
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