Schools Business Development Officer – Amman, Jordan
Middle East North Africa (MENA)
Country / Territory
English & Exams
Job Category
Pay Band
Locally appointed Grade H
Vacancy Description
Contract Duration: Indefinite Location: Amman, Jordan Contract type: locally appointed Pay Band/Grade: 4/H Salary: 590 JOD with 2 additional months in Dec & June Closing date: 17 January 2020 Post holder must be a Jordanian or eligible to work in Jordan and have a work permit.

Role Purpose

To deliver the British school examinations in Jordan to target audiences according to client services standard and to work with School Relationship Manager (SRM) in planning, implementing and maintaining a healthy relationship with our stakeholders to ensure their loyalty through providing added value products and serviced to help in future growth of school examinations in Jordan.


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 job sits within the management of the Examinations Services team in Jordan/MENA. This role reports to Schools Relationships Manager and will be mainly responsible for planning, implementing and maintaining a healthy relationship with our Stakeholders through providing added value products and serviced to help in future growth of school examinations in Jordan.


Please refer to the role profile attached below for further details

Role Profile

British Council Core Skills

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If you are interested in this vacancy , kindly submit your application by 17 January 2020

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