Hourly paid Teaching Centre Assistant- Rabat
Middle East North Africa (MENA)
Country / Territory
English & Exams
Job Category
Education (non-teaching)
Pay Band
Locally appointed Grade K
Vacancy Description
Grade K/ Hourly paid at the hourly rate of 42 MAD per Hour / One year fixed term contract / Open to all staff/ Must be a Moroccan national/or have the right to work in Morocco/ We cannot obtain residence permits for unmarried partners or obtain work permit if you don’t have the right to work in Morocco/ We cannot employ applicants beyond the retirement age i.e 60 years in Morocco
British Council Morocco is recruiting a Teaching Centre Assistant (Administration) for its Casablanca Teaching Centre. We are looking for enthusiastic young people, responsible for:
   • Supervising Young learners (YLs) entering and leaving the premises at the start, during, at the end of classes and during breaks;
 • Monitoring of YLs in restricted areas, toilet breaks and of noise levels and standards of behaviour; 
 • Supervision of student arrivals and exiting after sessions (specifically those who require parental/carer supervision to leave) as per child protection policy and practice;
• Set up of classrooms at the start of sessions and layout reorganised as agreed with the partner or as according to TC policy at the end of class;
• Management of up-to-datedness of class lists, and parent and proxy contacts.  

 Applicants should have completed secondary education in any field and have relevant experience in administrative work related to children or voluntary or any formal work experience that demonstrates you have the requisite skills and knowledge for the post. Good level of speaking and writing in English, French (B1 level) and Arabic (C1 level)

Important: This is a non-teaching position. It is an administrative work related to children's' supervision during teaching classes.

Starting date : 03 April 2019 
Closing date : 14 April 2019 

Please read the documents below before applying to the position.

Role Profile

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