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Invigilator – Amman, Jordan
Middle East North Africa (MENA)
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English & Exams
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Vacancy Description
Contract Duration: One year Location: Amman, Jordan Contract type: freelance contract Pattern : During Examinations sessions Closing date: 29 February 2020 Post holder must be a Jordanian or eligible to work in Jordan and have a work permit.
 Role Purpose
  • Provide support to the administration and implementation of examinations 
  • Information provision and excellent customer service

The post holder should be able to deal with complex information, should have excellent customer care, interpersonal skills, team working spirit , good attention to details and able to meet deadlines to a schedule. He or she should also be computer literate

Function Overview

The British Council Jordan Examinations Services is responsible for managing the delivery and growth of most of the British qualifications delivered in Jordan. Within the School Examinations operation, we enjoy a protocol agreement with three UK Examining boards and the Ministry of Education in Jordan, in which we are responsible for managing the delivery of all UK International Curriculum examinations and accountable for maintaining the integrity and quality of the private schools’ system delivering the UK International Curriculum

This post holder will contribute to the administration of examinations activity for British Council Jordan examinations team. The post holder should expect to invigilate new and existing examinations in any products IELTS, Professional, University, Cambridge Assessment, Aptis and Schools.

Please refer to the role profile attached below for further details 

Role Profile

British Council Core Skills

British Council Behaviours

Invigilator Application Form.



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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