IELTS and Cambridge Assessment English Invigilators
We are currently looking for suitably qualified individuals to join our freelance team (collaboratori occasionali) of local invigilators (test personnel) for IELTS and Cambridge Assessment English in Rome
|Working hours||Invigilators typically work between 5 and 9 hours at any given IELTS or Cambridge Assessment English test session. Written tests take place on Thursdays or Saturdays.|
|Closing date||Friday 01 February 2019|
Applicants must be based in Rome and must be able to demonstrate:
- CEFR level B2 levels of spoken and written English (preferably Certificate)
- spoken Italian (native speaker or CEFR level C2)
- reliability and punctuality
- effective teamworking/organisational skills
- cultural awareness
- an ability to work well under pressure
How to apply
If you meet all requirements as outlined above, please fill in the Google Form: POST-Recruiting and submit the documentation requested sending the attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject: IELTS and CAE Invigilators
All applicants must have the legal right to live and work in Italy. If you are not an EU citizen we also require a copy of your work permit.
We will contact suitable applicants as soon as possible and, if selected, we will ask you to provide us with a copy of your casellario giudiziale and three references. Furthermore, you will be asked to conduct a training online and we will provide a live induction and a training before you start working on Cambridge Assessment English and IELTS test days.
The live training will be held in Rome, the exact date is to be confirmed.
The British Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunities and is keen to reflect diversity at every level of the organisation. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
The British Council believes that all children have potential and that every child matters – everywhere in the world. The British Council affirms the position that all children have the right to be protected from all forms of abuse as set out in article 19, UNCRC 1989. In line with the British Council’s Child Protection policy, any appointment is contingent on thorough checks, including criminal records checks.