Teaching Centre Assistant, Oman
Middle East North Africa (MENA)
Country / Territory
English & Exams
Job Category
Pay Band
Part time
Vacancy Description
Part-time hourly paid / Temporary Fixed-Term Contract / Salary OMR 3 per hour / Omani nationals preferred

The responsibilities will involve:

•               To support and assist the Teaching Centre’s administration and customers, in the delivery of quality Young Learner courses.

•               To deal with sometimes challenging YL behavior, and to communicate, professionally, appropriately and effectively with YL parents.

Role Profile, British Council Behaviours and British Council Core Skills Dictionary are enclosed for reference.


•               Omani nationals preferred

•               Should hold a High School Diploma or equivalent

•               Have good English language communication skills

Vacancy Closing Date: 09 December 2019

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