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Positions for IELTS examiner/ELT trainers 

We are recruiting two fulltime IELTS examiner/ELT trainers on one-year contracts. We are looking for qualified examiners with an interest in gaining training experience in the fascinating, unique context of Uzbekistan. We will also consider interest from those looking for full time IELTS examining opportunities.

For more information look into the Role Profile. 

Candidates wishing to apply should fill out the Application Form and send it to: gulnoz.nadjemidinova@britishcouncil.uz 

The deadline for submitting applications is September 23 2016.  

 Positions for Examinations Customer Services/General Assistant 

We are recruiting a full-time Examinations Services Assistant to support the day to day delivery of examinations in Uzbekistan.

The duration of the contract is initially one year, with a possibility of extension. The probation period is three months.

Duties will include (but are not limited to)
• To provide effective customer service to exam candidates (primary duty)
• To support ESM in  pre-test, test day and post-test date activities

Essential requirements:
• Basic finance management/administration skills
• IT Skills: MS Office
• Excellent level of written and spoken English, Russian and Uzbek languages
• Behaviours listed in the Role Profile 
• University degree

An Application Form and Role Profile are attached to this advertisement.

Shortlisting will be done against required skills, experience and qualifications listed in the Role Profile. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.

Candidates wishing to apply should fill out the Application Form and send it to: gulnoz.nadjemidinova@britishcouncil.uz 

Closing date for applications is September 16, 2016, starting date is October 1, 2016  

The British Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and is keen to reflect the diversity of society at every level within the organisation. We welcome applications from all sections of the community. We guarantee an interview to disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria.

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You will be encouraged to manage your own career. Whatever your area and level of work, a job in the British Council is a unique opportunity to develop highly transferable skills which will serve you well even if you aim to move out of the organisation in due course.

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