We are looking for suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join our team of IELTS Test Day Invigilator in East China.

You will need:

  • Excellent English skills in Listening, Reading and Speaking (minimum IELTS Band 6 or equivalent)
  • An undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification
  • At least 3 years' full time working experience
  • Strong sense of security and responsibility
  • Strong eye for detail
  • Strong sense of following standard procedure
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Confident to speak in front of a group of people
  • Ability to cope with changes/difficult situations
  • Good customer care

For more information on the requirement, please refer to the IELTS Test Day Invigilator Role Profile.

Salary

The above position is a part-time job. It is paid at 660RMB per session.

Application procedure

Before completing the IELTS Test Day Invigilator Application Form, please read IELTS Test Day Invigilator Role Profile carefully.

Please send the following documents to tdprecruitment.sh@britishcouncil.org.cn to complete the application. 

  1. IELTS Test Day Invigilator Application Form 
  2. IELTS Test Day Invigilator Reference Request
  3. Scanned copies of language certificates

If you have applied for this post before, please do not re-apply. If you are involved or plan to be involved in IELTS teaching in any form, please do not apply. Applications fail to made on our standard application form will not be considered.

 

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