The British Council, a leading international cultural organisation, is recruiting Exams Invigilators to support its internal operations.
|Location||Odesa, Lviv, Dnipro, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhya|
|Closing date||Tuesday 31 December 2019|
Grab the opportunity to be part of an innovative and growing business area with the British Council Ukraine. We are hiring Invigilators across various locations in the country.
The post holder will be part of a wider pool of test day personnel, contracted to support the delivery of a variety of tests on behalf of the British Council across various locations in the country.
As the Invigilator, you will support the Examinations team in the delivery of all exams in line with examinations quality standards and in order to meet the Examinations Strategy while meeting standards for excellent customer service.
Invigilators will be allocated different roles on test days including duties before, during and after exams as well as training and development.
As the ideal candidate, You will possess good customer service and people skills and have basic computing skills, on top of good working knowledge of spoken and written English, as well as Ukrainian language.
Due to flexible work schedule this position is a great opportunity for students who want to work part-time during their study.
Please find the detailed description of Exams Invigilator duties in the Role Profile.
How to apply
Please put the title “Invigilator” into the subject line of your e-mail message.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited for the interview and English language test if required.
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