Teaching Centre Call-in Assistant
The British Council in Ukraine is offering an excellent opportunity of temporary service for all individuals who are interested in working in the Teaching Centre supporting its internal operations on a ‘call-in’ basis.
|Closing date||Tuesday 31 December 2019|
The main requirements are:
- English at a minimum of B2 level, Ukrainian and Russian;
- Excellent communication skills
- Accuracy/attention to detail
- Computing skills (MS Office, Excel)
- Ability to work independently and as a team member
Due to flexible work schedule this position is a great opportunity for students who want to work part-time during their study.
Please see the Duties Description for the full scope of duties.
How to apply
Please put the title “Teaching Centre Call-in Assistant” into the subject line of your e-mail message.
The applications will be considered in batches on a regular basis (once in a month or two months). Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited for an English language test and interview.
The British Council in Ukraine has been ranked within the top 20 of more than 500 companies surveyed in relation to supporting learning and development for their employees. Part of a Hay survey on Best companies for personal development in Ukraine 2015, we have been placed at no 8 - the highest scoring British employer and the only British employer to make the top 20. http://nv.ua/publications/kuznicy-kadrov-nv-predstavilo-reyting-luchshih...
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