Test Day Personnel Support Officer

Test Day Personnel Support Officer

The British Council

Vacancy

Not specific

Job Context

  • Our Examinations work focuses on providing access to high quality UK qualifications. Bangladesh is one of the top 10 exams businesses in the British Council
  • We deliver 135-140,000 exams a year. 70% of this volume are O and A levels, with most of the rest being IELTS. There is a growing Aptis sector, and a wide range of professional and university exams. We have recently begun delivering computer-based tests for the ACCA and IELTS.
  • Pay Band: 4
  • Contract type: Indefinite contract – Local
  • Role Purpose: The purpose of this role is to ensure effective and efficient delivery of Exams within a location. To support the new function of Test Day Personnel Resource management – this means managing all the key people we need to make exams happen in accordance to compliance standards. IELTS examiners, test day Supervisors, Invigilators, and Marshalls, and local examiners for O and A levels. A lot of this is `people-management` but there are key systems related to the people which need to be maintained as well. This role will be required to work exam days which will involve weekend work as part of the contracted hours.

Job Responsibilities

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Employment Status

Contractual


Educational Requirements

  • Minimum/Essential
  • Graduation in any subject



Job Location

Dhaka


Job Source

Bdjobs.com Online Job Posting.

Published on: 29 Aug 2023

Vacancy: 
Not specific

Employment Status: Contractual

Job Location: Dhaka

Application Deadline: 3 Sep 2023

Published On

29 Aug 2023

Company Information

The British Council

Business : The British Council is the UK`s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We create friendly knowledge and understanding between the people of the UK and other countries. We do this by making a positive contribution to the UK and the countries we work with – changing lives by creating opportunities, building connections and engendering trust.

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