Teacher of English in Khobar , Saudi Arabia
Region
Middle East North Africa (MENA)
Country / Territory
Saudi Arabia
Location
Al Khobar
Department
Education & Society
Job Category
Teacher
Pay Band
Teacher
Vacancy Description
Contract Duration: Hourly Paid – Local Contract – One Year Renewable Location: Khobar, Saudi Arabia Contract type: locally appointed Pay Band/Grade: Teacher Closing date: 19 September 2019 Role Profile and Vacancy Information Post holder must be a Saudi or have the right to work in Saudi
 
Details

Role Purpose

§  To promote and ensure quality teaching and effective learning of English

§  To support the wider aims of British Council and its cultural relations mission

 

Function Overview

 

Saudi Arabia is currently going through significant change with the provision of employment opportunities for Saudi nationals being at the centre of the government’s long-term strategy. With emergence of Vision 2030, and the ambitious plans for economic and social transformation, mean that the opportunities for the UK will only continue to grow. Saudiisationz` is altering the employment landscape with large sections of the expatriate workforce leaving the country to be replaced by Saudi nationals. The government is investing heavily in training and education, and English is one of its central development areas.

 

This is a new role and represents a significant change in the way that we manage examinations in MENA and globally. The KSA, Kuwait and Bahrain examinations operation will have one integrated operations team across the five centres and an increased focus on business development and account management, which is key to the GNOME approach (Global New Operating Model for Exams). In 2017/18, KSA, Kuwait and Bahrain will deliver 190,000 exams making it the fourth largest exams business globally. There is a varied business profile across IELTS, BC Tests, schools, professional and educational examinations and opportunities for growth in all product areas and countries. The Saudi Arabia exams portfolio is of vital importance to the British Council in terms of the impact it creates for the organisation. The core focus is to develop the IELTS, Aptis, and Schools businesses, extending reach, enhancing customer and partner support and service, developing new markets, counteracting and pre-empting competition. The regional IELTS partnership programme is a key initiative designed to add value to existing relationship and safeguard the business Managing exams in Saudi Arabia comes with a significant level of challenge due to segregation laws in the country. A secondary challenge is to maintain and develop the schools, higher education and professional qualifications business through relationship-maintenance and value-added support for Ministry of Education and awarding bodies, and diversifying to new products like Aptis

 

Please refer to the role profile attached below for further details:

Role Profile

British Council Core Skills

British Council Behaviours

 

If you are interested in applying and feel that you are suitable for the role, please apply before 19 September 2019.

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