Speaking Examiners
Region
European Union
Country / Territory
Portugal
Location
Flexible Location
Department
English & Exams
Job Category
Exams
Pay Band
Attachment
Vacancy Description
The British Council is currently recruiting Speaking Examiners for the following Cambridge Assessment English qualifications: B2 First (FCE), C1 Advanced (CAE) and C2 Proficiency (CPE).
 
Details
The British Council is currently recruiting Speaking Examiners for the following Cambridge Assessment English qualifications:   B2 First (FCE), C1 Advanced (CAE) and C2 Proficiency (CPE).  

Examiners will be recruited for Lisbon, Porto and Coimbra.  

Applicants must have the Minimum Professional Requirements. 

We welcome your application to become a Speaking Examiner if you have:

* education to first degree level or equivalent.
* a recognised language teaching qualification.
* proof of substantial, relevant, recent teaching experience ideally equivalent to at least 1800 hours ·
* three references or letters of recommendation  

Application forms, current CVs and three References should be sent to   exams.portugal@pt.britishcouncil.org  


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Deadline for applications: 24 November 2019.  


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