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Exams Officer – Test Day Operations, Abu Dhabi (NA20155331)
Region
Middle East North Africa (MENA)
Country / Territory
United Arab Emirates
Location
Abu Dhabi
Department
English & Exams
Job Category
Exams
Pay Band
Locally appointed Grade H
Vacancy Description
Contract Duration: 2-years Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE Local grade: H / Full time (locally appointed) Basic Salary: AED 6,063.20 – AED 6,879.60 per month Housing allowance: AED 2,899.58 Benefits: Visa / Medical Insurance / Annual Airfare Closing Date: 16 February 2020 Start date of position: As soon as possible
 
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Exams Officer – Test Day Operations, Abu Dhabi

 

Description

Contract Duration: 2-years

Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE

Local grade: H / Full time (locally appointed)

Basic Salary: AED 6,063.20 – AED 6,879.60 per month

Housing allowance: AED 2,899.58

Benefits: Visa / Medical Insurance / Annual Airfare

Closing Date: 16 February 2020

Start date of position: As soon as possible

 

Role Purpose

 

The purpose of this role is to ensure exams operations and supporting resources meet customer experience requirements and ensure exams integrity on the ground. This role is ultimately responsible for efficient, effective and compliant Test Day delivery, managing cost, risk and contingency on the ground and setting standards, developing and managing the performance of their team.

This role will also provide technical support for all digital devices during exams sessions. This includes ensuring that the necessary devices are in good working order, properly set up and ready for exam use. The role will need to be on standby during exam sessions and troubleshoot or escalate issues for prompt resolution.

 

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


Local Restrictions on Employment


1. Post holder must be eligible to work in the UAE.

2. Successful candidate will be required to provide a police clearance certificate.

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