|Position:||Cambridge English Speaking Examiners: A2 Key, B1 Preliminary and B2 First [10 posts: 5 posts in Yangon and 5 posts in Mandalay]|
|Location:||Yangon and Mandalay|
|Contract Term:||Part-time [paid per interview]|
|Application Closing Date:||21 July 2023|
We are currently recruiting for the position of Cambridge English Speaking Examiner targeting for A2 Key, B1 Preliminary and B2 First exam level. As a Cambridge English Speaking Examiner, you will play a crucial role in assessing candidates' speaking skills for Cambridge English Exams.
As an Examiner, you will be responsible for conducting one-on-one interviews with candidates, evaluating their English language proficiency, and providing objective feedback on their performance. You will follow standardized assessment criteria to ensure fairness and consistency in the evaluation process.
To excel in this role, we are looking for individuals who have a deep understanding of the English language and possess exceptional communication skills. Experience in assessing language proficiency and familiarity with Cambridge English Exams will be highly advantageous.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to join a dynamic team of professionals and contribute to the internationally recognized Cambridge English Exam system. If you are passionate about language assessment and have the necessary qualifications, we encourage you to apply.
Interested applicants are requested to submit their applications by the closing date of 21 July 2023. Please include your resume, cover letter, and any relevant certifications or qualifications.
Join us in shaping the future of English language assessment as a Cambridge English Speaking Examiner. Apply now and be part of a rewarding and impactful role in assessing candidates' language skills.
How to Apply
Submit your complete requirements to applicants_MM@britishcouncil.org with Subject Line: Cambridge English Examiner Application - "Applicant Name" - "Myanmar".
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