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Teaching Operations Coordinator – Amman, Jordan
Middle East North Africa (MENA)
Country / Territory
Teaching Centres
Job Category
Administration, PA & Secretarial
Pay Band
Locally appointed Grade H
Vacancy Description
Contract Duration: 1 year FTC 6 Months Location: Amman, Jordan Contract type: locally appointed Pay Band/Grade: 4/H Closing date: 29 February 2020 Post holder must be a Jordanian or eligible to work in Jordan and have a work permit.

Role Purpose

To provide key coordination and logistical support to enable the effective deployment of Teachers and other staff within the Teaching Centre including managing Teaching Centre financial and staff personal data in compliance with corporate requirements and to a consistently high level to support reporting, compliance and decision making. To manage the onboarding and offboarding of all teaching colleagues

Function Overview

As part of the plans for future growth the Teaching Centre is looking to expand its business through off-site work in the private and public sectors. The focus of this new position will be the development of the current off-site programmes. This will involve working with the Young Learner and Corporate teams.

The Young Learner team is responsible for year-round and summer school courses accounting for more than 3000 young learners yearly. With an established onsite programme, the team now needs to scope possible offsite locations where the YL product can be expanded and younger students better catered for.

The Corporate team is part of the Teaching Centre. It offers tailored and off-the-peg general English, teacher training, business English, ESP and soft skills training to universities, businesses, individuals and NGOs. Most training is in Amman, though some occurs in other cities of Jordan, and very occasionally, abroad.

Please refer to the role profile attached below for further details 

Role Profile

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If you are interested in applying and feel that you are suitable for the role, please apply before 29 February 2020

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