Exams Planning and Resourcing Coordinator (Kazakhstan)
Wider Europe
Country / Territory
English & Exams
Job Category
Pay Band
Locally appointed Grade H
Vacancy Description
Location: Almaty, Kazakhstan// Contract duration: Indefinite contract// Full time job// The post holder must have the right to live and work in Kazakhstan// Closing date for applications: 19 August 2019 at 23:59 UK time
Exams Planning and Resourcing Coordinator (Kazakhstan)

Role Purpose: 
The purpose of this role is to plan and track exams capacity requirements against demand from 18 months out on a 12-month rolling basis down to handover to Operations Manager for Test Day delivery. The role will translate demand into capacity/resource requirements for venues, examiner, venue staff and test materials to fully optimise operations and margins while maintaining service levels, maximising agility and ensuring contingency. This role will be required to manage remote relationships with Countries/Geography/Region and ensure counterparts understand requirements and execute to plan on Test Day.

Details of the responsibilities and duties of the post, as well as the person specification, are indicated in the Role Profile (please see below):

Role Profile-Exams Planning and Resourcing Coordinator (Kazakhstan).pdf

British Council Behaviours.pdf

The closing date for applications is 19 August 2019 at 23:59 UK time.

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