In a nutshell, our Chief Operating Officer is responsible for the P&L and operational performance (including educational outcome) of the Enko Schools, in line with the group Standards & Practices and Culture.
S / he ensures our learners and their parents receive the world-class experience they require, designs and implements effective operational and financial procedures and reporting, supports the business development effort.
S / he is a member of the leadership team, reports to the CEO and supervises regional / country directors and heads of school.
S / he can supervise, advise, take on projects, fill the gaps when needed.
As an ideal candidate you :
Speak fluently French and English.
Understand schools' environment - or visibly aspire to discover it and learn,
Have strong, demonstrated, experience in leading operations, acquired in a multinational group
Embrace our values
Share our excitement to offer a top-notch education to the African middle-class
Demonstrates passion for Sub-Saharan Africa
About Enko Education
Enko Education is a fast-growing network of African international schools, increasing access to the world’s best universities for learners across Africa.
Enko Education has developed innovative programmes leading to globally recognized and sought after qualifications. We are able to offer those at a fraction of the cost charged by other international schools in Africa.
Furthermore, Enko learners are supported in their higher education applications through our university guidance programme.
It supports them in selecting the right universities and then securing both admission and financing for their studies. We offer an outstanding learning experience striving to educate our learners with Africa at heart and the world in mind.
Enko Education model is showing impressive results with learners joining top universities like Yale University (USA), Sciences Po (Fr), the University of Toronto (Canada), African Leadership University (Rwanda) and many more.
Enko Education’s network includes today 16 schools across 9 African countries, and aims to open 30 more schools in at least 20 African countries over the next five years.
The group is funded by international institutions such as Proparco, I&P, OikoCredit, BIO, LiquidAfrica.